These 50 DIY Easter centerpieces will make Sunday dinner so much prettier and full of springtime, festive flair. Have a look at our favorites!
1. Golden Egg Vases
Turn some beautiful golden eggs into tiny little vases for the table. Check it out at Seventy Nine Ideas.
2. Pink-Dipped Vases
Project Wedding took some simple glass vases and dipped them in a bit of paint. That’s as easy as it comes for sprucing up your centerpiece options!
3. Rainbow Water
Papery & Cakery made rainbow water. Add some fresh flowers and you’ll have a springtime scene by dinnertime.
4. All Peeps
Why not put some Peeps to work this holiday. Over at Mom On Timeout you’ll see how these fun marshmallows can be when you use them to decorate.
5. Glittery Eggs & Flowers
A bit of glitter will always work in your favorite and She Knows knows that. Some eggs and flowers to delight your table this Easter … why not?
6. Nested Eggs
Some beautiful, nested eggs inspired by this setup at Williams Sonoma could finish off the dining room table nicely. Don’t you think?
7. Coconut Bunny Cake
Everyday Occasions made their centerpiece edible, which we’re always in favor of! Turn your dessert into a bunny and get style and the last course of the meal done all at once.
8. Mossy Eggs
Martha Stewart made up some mossy eggs to pop off a white tablecloth. Check out the tutorial after the jump!
9. Blossom Log
The Daily Basics make this gorgeous and nature-inspired centerpiece. The added, fresh flowers really made a difference.
10. Egg & Burlap Wreath
A wreath doesn’t have to be just for the door, you can use it on the table too. Check out the details over at Top Dreamer.
11. Mossy Scape
Here’s another centerpiece that uses that mossy vibe. You can create an entire scene just use your creativity and what inspires you about the season. (via)
12. Floral Egg
Simply Designing made this floral egg. If you want something to really sink your teeth into start working on this beauty by the weekend.
13. Dollar Store
Learn how to concoct something for the centerpiece without spending too much. Over at Salt and Pepper Moms you’ll learn how to put together a design with only Dollar Store finds!
14. Floral Eggshell Arrangements
Martha Stewart made some gorgeous egg floral arrangements too. Follow the link and watch how she does it!
15. Bunny Cake Dome
Sugar and Cloth use cake as centerpiece inspiration too. But this time the cake is covered with a DIY bunny dome!
16. Purple Topiaries
Are you a fan of topiaries? If you like this crisp, natural look, then visit Good Housekeeping for this purple inspiration.
17. Eggshell Tealights
Little Inspiration used eggshells as the foundation to their project. Instead of vases, why not turn your Easter eggs into tea lights for the table?
18. Polygon Paper Vases
Do you work well with paper? Over at A Subtle Revelry you can learn how to take some and turn them into vases for your flowers!
19. Lemon-Filled Apothecary
Yellow Bliss Road took lemons to the table. It adds a pop of color and a natural freshness as well.
20. Paper Cherry Blossoms
Good Housekeeping utilizes paper too. But this time, the paper is turned into some beautiful cherry blossoms.
21. Peeps & M&M’s
Two Sisters Crafting took some Easter candy and put it to good use too. Some Peeps and M&M’s can go along way in your centerpiece making.
22. Paint Stick Basket
If you gather up some paint sticks, you can use them to make something brand new. Check out the idea over at Build Basic.
23. Jellybean Candles
Grab some jellybeans and some of your glass votives you already have around. The two pair well together for a festive look. (via)
24. Ombre Vases
Living Well Spending Less made some gorgeous, ombre vases inspired by spring. All you need to finish them off will be some fresh flowers.
25. Tulips in a Basket
Tulips are quintessentially spring and a basket speaks to Easter with ease. It’s such an easy centerpiece to put together in a jiffy! (via)