Make a nature and simple Easter table centerpiece with touches of spring that will bring a warm and festive feel to your holiday table.
When creating this Easter centerpiece I knew I wanted to use some of the eggshell candles that I made. The brown shell offers such a pretty natural touch. Of course, eggs in general are a big Easter and spring symbol of rebirth, so they make a great statement for the table.
Making the Easter Centerpiece
- Start with an antique large dough bowl (or any bowl you have) and fill it with grapevines in a circular pattern.
2. Add a handmade bird nest with moss and eggshell candles.
3. Then add a few artificial berries colored gold with rub n buff.
4. Take some real branches from the outdoors and a few artificial pink blossom stems and set them in and around the outside.
The size is substantial enough to be a pretty focal point but not so big that it hinders your guests' view while seated.
However, containing the centerpiece in a bowl makes it easy to remove for dinner should you want to eat family style.
Note: I don't plan on lighting the candles but if you do, make sure that they don't catch any of the other materials on fire.
I think they look nice just as they are.
Other Easter table decorations include my newly painted glasses and a few spring pots. Some of the pots are holding more eggshell candles. One is a pot of faux white hyacinth flowers and in one I dug up a couple of small daffodils that will probably bloom by the time the holiday is here.
More Spring/Easter Table Decor Ideas
DIY Easter Table Centerpiece
- Rub n buff in gold
- Large wooden bowl
- Eggshell candles
- Faux berries
- Faux pink blossoms
- Start with an antique large dough bowl and fill it with grapevines wound in circles.
- Add a handmade bird nest with moss and eggshell candles.
- Add a few artificial berries colored gold with rub n buff.
- Take some real branches from the outdoors and a few artificial pink blossom stems and wrap them around the outside.
So pretty. 🙂
Love this Patti - it's inviting, original and simple. You allow space for the food which is often missed. Feels nice to see pretty pieces of spring around the web. Blessings to a great weekend...
Thanks Carole. We often set up holiday dinners in a buffet style but there are usually other things on the table like a pitcher of water, bread, and butter etc.. so it's just easier to create centerpieces that can be move. Hoping you're having a great spring and enjoy your weekend.