With Easter popping it’s delicious chocolate filled head just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about planning your Easter celebrations. Whether you’re having a low-key family lunch, or an all-out lavish dinner party, you’re sure to be inspired by these gorgeous Easter table settings.
For a simple and crafty option, make bunny inspired napkins for your table. The combination of twine, white linen and brown craft paper is effortlessly stylish.
Or for something fresh and beautiful, a lone tulip tied to a napkin gives a clean and sophisticated edge to your Easter table.
For something that is truly ‘eggcellent’, make hard boiled eggs the feature of your table.
Bring nature to the table with this garden inspired setting. The birds nests add an elegant touch.
Keep things fresh and light with mini pots plant filled with speckled chocolate eggs and large vases of fresh flowers.
Whoever said that table decorations needed to be expensive? Upcycle your old egg cartons and get creative with this simple and cost-effective look.
Your guests will feel incredibly special with their own place card that they can take home. Why not fill the nests with chocolate eggs for an extra delicious treat.
If you’re setting up a kids table, these Smartie filled cookie cutters are a wonderful idea! The kids will love nibbling on the chocolates and then they can take their cookie cutter home with them.
For Easter table settings that really do have the wow factor, hang pastel coloured hard boiled eggs from a large vase feature of branches and leaves. Match with pastel candles, ceramic bunnies and chocolate filled gift boxes.
For cost effective Easter table settings, cover old tins with a range of funky papers and fill with freshly picked flowers from your garden.
Get creative with this too-cute bunny napkin folding tutorial.
For a delicious treat, fill vintage teacups with mini Easter eggs. Your guests will love you for it!
Or if you want to take it one chocolatey step further, fill vases with Easter eggs and bunnies. Invite guests to nibble on them throughout the day.
Keep things natural with a collection of moss eggs from Martha Stewart. Click here to learn how to make your own.
Are you hosting an Easter celebration at your house this year? Have you got your own tips for Easter table settings? Do you have some ingenious ideas about where to hide chocolate eggs?