Chicks, Eggs & More Ways to Punch Up Your Easter Table

We've rounded up the prettiest Easter table decor to inspire your Easter brunch. Use eggs, carrots, rabbits and more!

Rustic Simplicity

Rustic Simplicity

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A rustic table with understated tabletop decor is proof that simple goes a long way. The neutral brown burlap bags give the table a chic, vintage feel, allowing the blue hydrangeas to really pop. Guests will love the egg-shaped cutting boards (how could they not?!), while kids will get a kick out of the bunny-stamped bags filled with their favorite Easter treats.

For more detailed information visit Our Vintage Home Love.

A Delicate Tea Party

Delicate Tea Party

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Light up your table with vintage-inspired teacup candles. Romantic and whimsical, each gold-accented teacup is one of a kind and easy to make (we swear!). Just pour melted wax into different sized teacups, insert a wick and your DIY candles will add some zen to Easter chaos.

For more detailed information visit Hey Gorgeous Events.

A Pastel Affair

A Pastel Affair

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Dip dull silverware in pastel paints to instantly spruce up any table setting. Go with springy pinks, peaches, purples and blues -- the possibilities are endless! Better yet, these fun and functional utensils can be used all year long to make every day dining a little livelier.

For more detailed information visit A Simple Kind of Life.

Whimsical Cuteness

Whimsical Goodness

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Nothing says Easter like candy. Festive and functional, this table is a pastel explosion in the form of fun cellophane-bagged jelly beans, swirly straws, cupcake toppers and a towering jar full of salt water taffy. Add some structure to the table with pastel servingware, and try incorporating fresh carrots as your statement centerpiece!

For more detailed information visit Wants & Wishes.

Peep Peep!

Peep Peep!

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At Easter you can never go wrong with a table topped with fresh flowers and fabrics to match -- try the rich, royal purple hue above, and match it with a cute chick at each plate to ensure that all of your guests will have a friendly companion as they sup.

For more detailed information visit Holidays Central.

Sweet Centerpiece

Sweet Centerpiece

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Is there anything better than a centerpiece filled with your favorite Easter candy? To get this look, fill empty mason jars (or different sized vases) with layers of jelly beans and Peeps and top with daisies. Reminder: Don't add water!

For more detailed information visit Holidays Central.

Dessert Wonderland

Dessert Wonderland

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Desserts are always delicious, but they tend to look even more so when placed atop a cute wooden cupcake stand, brimming with Easter attitude. The topsy turvey stacked eggs can be customized too -- think monochromatic, multi-colored or spackle painted.

For more detailed information visit Party Like Paula.

Eggcellent Centerpiece

Eggcellent Centerpiece

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For a fun way to loop your kids into your tablescape planning, use their dyed Easter eggs as a vase filler for your Springtime arrangement. The florals and eggs can be customized too -- we think pink-dyed eggs with white flowers (try peonies!) would be a chic play on the standard Easter centerpiece.

For more detailed information visit Holidays Central.

Run, Bunny, Run

Run, Bunny, Run

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To create this runner, simply cut a long piece of burlap, and using a rabbit-shaped stamp, imprint rabbits along the cloth. Take large white pompoms or cotton balls to create the furry bunny tails.

For more detailed information visit Eclectically Vintage.

Crazy for Carrots

Crazy for Carrots

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To add freshness to your Easter table, take a large, clear jar and insert carrots, leafy green side up. To add a sweet effect, mix in small daisies or another flower for color and whimsy.

For more detailed information please visit The Party Dress.

Take it Outside

In Full Bloom

dimpleprints.com

Pinwheels, paper flowers and pendants ... oh my! With these Easter lively elements your outdoor party is sure to be a hit. More alfresco ideas: float flowers from tree branches and create your own Easter bouquet using fallen twigs and dyed eggs.

For more detailed information visit Dimple Prints.

A Pastel Party

Pastel Party

thetomkatstudio.com

Deck out your dessert table in pastels for a festive Easter feel. Vintage cake stands in varying heights and colors are perfect for displaying homemade treats, while paper flowers on the wall add some antique-looking texture to your space.

For more detailed information visit The TomKat Studio.

Gilded Bunnies

Gilded Bunnies

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Spray paint toy rabbits to create charming (yet expensive!) looking place card holders. Here's how: Buy cheap rabbit-shaped toys, paint them gold, adhese wire to hold the card and place those little guys atop Easter- and spring-inspired books

For more detailed information visit Hank and Hunt.

Nesting Tables

Nesting Tables

boxwoodclippings.com

For simple and sweet place settings, go with these charming wooden nests! Perfect to hold chocolate eggs (or your Easter treat of choice), the nests can be framed with a doily and a coffee filter and topped with a name tag.

For more detailed information visit Boxwood Clippings.

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