No need to break your wallet for beautiful decor, impress your guests with these inexpensive and simple Easter table ideas!
We’re having our first annual Easter Brunch/egg hunt this Sunday and I had to prepare the table decorations in advance in order to ensure that everything is perfect for this weekend. We’re having a total of 10 people (plus 2 babies and 1 in her mama’s belly!) around our table and cannot wait to share this holiday with some very cool humans. I have a feeling this is the beginning of a new tradition.
I didn’t want to spend a lot of money on the decorations so I made sure that I put to good use the stuff I already had and made do with some inexpensive items to make it look like I spent tons of money on it. I like tricks like that.
These yellow tulips were $8.99 plus the carrots, which were only $2. A beautiful centerpiece that screams Spring for only $11!
I already had the bowls and cupcake stands so all I needed for this decor was fake grass ($1), chocolate bunnies (2 for 1 at $5) and colored eggs ($2). That’s more table decor for just $8. Need a dairy free option for the bunnies to make them allergen safe? Use this recipe.
I also am adding Easter candies and other treats (like gluten free bunny cookies and cereal, dried strawberries, and bunny gummies) around the table as decoration which was another $20 out of pocket. So far, we have spent less than $40 on table stuff. Such a deal!
The plates, goblets and napkins are mine. The key to a beautiful table setting, to me, is mismatched items and layering. Plates upon plates upon plates! I also looked up this post to figure out how to make the napkins into bunny ears.
We’ll have a full brunch menu planned, including a decorate-your-own sugar cookie egg station (using this gluten free lemon sugar cookie recipe), a DIY Bloody Mary bar and bottomless mimosas, as well as an adult Easter egg hunt. That’s right, we are all kids at heart! I cannot wait to officially decorate my table and impress my guests with these inexpensive and simple Easter table ideas! If you want to see how it all goes down, follow me on Instagram. I’m going to post lots of photos on my IG Stories section.