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Today I am sharing easy Easter table decor ideas that are perfect for a buffet table, treat tabletop or dining room table.
We currently use an entertainment center as our dining room buffet table and it’s such a fun spot to decorate during the holidays. Easter table decor can be used as a centerpiece or to create a beautiful tablescape similar to our buffet table below
Decorating with Easter gnomes and glass eggs are perfect focal points for any tabletop.
How Do You Decorate an Easter Buffet?
- When decorating an Easter table buffet or creating a treat station, find a flat tabletop to decorate. Any flat surface will do (even a coffee table would work)
- Start by adding a table runner or tablecloth to create a base for your Easter decorations
- Mix in Easter decorations featuring a variety of Easter eggs, Easter bunnies and objects to create height
- Use candle holders to create height. Instead of using candles, I attached the Easter gnomes with heavy duty tape to the top of the candlestick
- Use colorful pastel bowls and plates to help create a cohesive look
Easter Table Tip
Add plates and bowls on the tabletop first and decorate around them. This will ensure that you leave enough room for the food!
Easter Table Decor
The Easter gnomes are a unique way to add a fun twist on Easter decorations and I love how cute they are!
Easter bunny table centerpieces using large or small ceramic planters are also easily filled with faux or real flowers to create a beautiful dining room centerpiece.
Easy DIY Easter table decorations can consist of homemade Easter garland, hand painted faux Easter eggs and faux flowers.
Faux flowers are not usually my favorite but this peach rose bouquet is really pretty, great quality and under $25!
Dining Table Centerpiece Ideas
Easter decorations for the table do not need to be tradition by any means. I used two silk hanging wreaths for the dining room table centerpiece and placed a candle hurricane inside.
Floral centerpieces with a candle are also a simple ways to decorate a kitchen table or dining space.
I used an old wreath (you may remember these wreaths hanging in the girls bedroom makeover I did a few years ago in my old house) to create an Easter table centerpiece by adding a candle to the middle.
I love how simple Easter table centerpieces are using wreaths and the best part, I used what I had in my storage area.
The dusty rose silk wreaths are absolutely gorgeous and I purchased these years ago at Homegoods.
Wreaths are always one of my go-to items when creating a table centerpiece.
Dining Table Decor Ideas
One of these days I will hopefully find a large hutch for our dining room. I have been looking since I bought the house 3 years ago but there is always something more important to spend the money on. For now, this media console serves the purpose.
A bar cart is an excellent addition to any Easter dining room with a bunny station that you may be creating. My bar cart was purchased locally but this one is similar and a great price.
Don’t forget, Easter candy and paper goods are perfect Easter decorations that will also add a pop of color.
Keeping with the Easter bunny snack and treat theme, I decided to use the bar cart as an extension of the Easter buffet filling it with Easter napkins, Easter candy and fun Easter decorations.
Here is the same bar cart below decked out last year for a bridal shower extravaganza around my pool.
RELATED: My white and gold Easter decorating ideas
You can see that full bridal shower post here.
You can’t go wrong with a bar cart! They are perfect for creating fun drink or food stations!
Hopefully you are inspired by my Easter Dining Room Decorating Ideas with bunny station and are looking forward to creating your own special Easter space and spring table in your dining room. Be sure to check out my dining room from last year and my Easter table setting ideas post . I love how the white and gold place settings!
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