Thanks to google + pinterest searches for these fab ideas!
atch your eggs to your plates and glasses, then neatly align them on a wooden sugar mold in the center of the table. Get the tutorial at A Wonderful Thought.
Add a homey, vintage feel to your Easter table by stacking classic books within a delicate glass cloche. Stick with green spines to stay true to the seasonal color palette, then pair with tulips and bunny decor. Get the tutorial at So Much Better With Age.
Who says egg cups have to be limited to just eggs? Think outside the box for personalized brunch table settings (and take-home favors!) everybunny will love.Get the tutorial at Modern Glam.
Be it through linens or plates, a light pink pattern establishes an elegant, soft contrast against white decor and serveware. Get the tutorial at PIZZAZZERIE.
Massive bunches of tulips brighten up this simple Easter tablescape, and chocolate bunny place “cards” mark each spot. Get the tutorial at Driven By Decor.
Soft blue napkins and eggs add feminine flair to an otherwise rustic Easter table. Get the tutorial at Bless’er House.
Create this rustic and flower-filled display by styling anemones, ferns, eucalyptus, and moss-covered eggs on on a burlap runner. Wood slabs, moss piles, and monogrammed eggs also add a nice touch. You can create these personalized Easter eggs (and easy place card alternatives) by using a small paintbrush to fleck tan acrylic paint (thinned with a bit of water) on undyed farm eggs. Then use a gold paint pen to handwrite guests’ initials.