Easter brunch isn’t complete without a statement-making centerpiece of some sort! This year, you’ll have the best one around town, and everyone will die to know where you bought it from! Only this year, you can tell them that you made your incredible centerpiece. Which of these ideas do you love the most?
As always, links/tutorials for the projects can be featured on the last page.
Fill a milk crate with mason jars stuffed with your favorite springtime flowers. I’m sure the scent is even better than the look of this centerpiece!
Keep things simple with skinny vases filled with a single peony. You could use hydrangeas, as well!
This centerpiece is almost 100% edible! Fill with traditional Easter candies like Peeps and Robin’s Eggs. You may have to remind the kiddos that the grass is not in fact edible…
Put your pastel eggs to use in your home decor! Long stemmed tulips and dyed eggs literally bring the outside in. Learn how to dye eggs naturally with this helpful post via Picky Stitch!
You’ll need a dozen eggs and a ceramic egg tray (find one at World Market) to make this centerpiece. It’s as easy to make as cracking an egg! Stuff with fresh cut flowers for more Easter infusion!
The Easter bunny will be at your house in no time at all if you’ve got centerpieces like this sitting out! You’ll only need to line the outside of your vases with them, because the flowers need somewhere to sit!
Head to your garden with a pair of clippers. Trim away enough sticks to create a tiny Easter “tree.” Outfit your tree with hanging egg ornaments!
Pssst…I find it easier to get the branches to stick upright if you work with a bit of floral foam.
Mini terra cotta pots with fake (or real!) grass look the best displayed on a tiered stand. This is a great way to showcase the prettiest eggs your family has designed!
Make one of these DIY Easter centerpieces with the tutorials below: