Easy Centerpieces for Your Easter Table

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When I think Easter, I think brightly colored eggs, pretty pastel decorations, and all things baskets and bunny! 

Decking out the house for this joyous holiday is no difficult task; just throw some dyed eggs in a wicker basket, and you've got yourself a totally adorable centerpiece. 

We got these glitter-egg decorations at the Dollar Store and displayed them in a tall glass vase lined with some green "grass." It really doesn't get much easier, and it's a great and almost effortless addition to the kids' table!

Of course if you want to step things up a notch, we have a few festive DIY spring centerpiece ideas for your Easter table. Whether you're celebrating with a big family buffet brunch or a hearty sit-down dinner, these simple crafty creations will delight everybunny


Floral Eye-Candy: A layer of jelly beans and a  layer of neon peeps make a super-sweet foundation for a bouquet of tulips or seasonal blooms. 


Create a Garden: Some fake grass, a few flowers, painted popsicle sticks (to make a white picket fence) and some "hidden" Easter eggs make this a whimsical display.


Pastel Everything: Think beyond the dyed Easter egg and get into a pretty-in-pink and pastel frame of mind with these colorful mason jars. You can use them to house flowers, straws, utensils, or just about anything else.


Incorporate Carrots: The Easter Bunny himself will be pleased to see this centerpiece on the table. How simple, apropos, and chic is this hydrangea and carrot arrangement?


Make a Nest: Choose a color scheme for your dyed eggs, and lay them out in a "nest"on a cake platter. How simple and beautiful is this display? 

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