Please join me in welcoming my guest blogger, Rachel of Rae Loves. Rachel will be sharing some simple ideas for Easter Table Decor without breaking the bank!
I’m Rachel and my home is over at Rae Loves. Today, Christine, allowed me to share some of my ideas for Easter tablescapes and I’m happy to present three ideas to make your dining room beautiful for Easter in no time, using items you probably have!
Easter is one of those holidays with iconic style; therefore decorating for Easter can be really easy if you’re smart about it. Because Easter is such a short holiday time, I prefer to find items from around the house to decorate or spend as little money on the decorations as possible. Depending on your style I have three themes for your Easter table. Whether you’re celebrating with a big family or just having fun with the kids hopefully one of these table decorating ideas will spark some creativity for your home!
This elegant Easter table is my favorite! It’s got gold and shimmer with beautiful flowers, but it looks comfortable enough to have the whole family over for dinner without being stuffy. The center flower arrangement was one that I had in another area of the house – repurposed here! For the white runner, I flipped over my chevron gray runner so that I would have a neutral background for those gorgeous branches with the gold and pastel colored eggs! I found these branches at a craft store as well and they really shine coupled with those candles! This was the easiest and quickest table to put together, but my guests would never be able to tell.
For this rustic themed table scape, I used the ever popular burlap runner and placemats. If your home has a rustic feel to it you most likely have something like this around! I also used a white cake platter that I had and my everyday plates and wine glasses. I filled in the space with some eggs and the cutest grass bunnies that I found at a craft store for a total of $15! Lastly I rearranged some flowers that I dried to make an arrangement, but you could use any flowers for the centerpiece. Again, use what you have around the house and this way it will fit in with your existing décor.
I HAD to find some faux grass to use in one of these designs! It is such a fun feature and I could see using this for any springtime décor. I brought back the grass bunnies since they are one of the features of Easter décor and used eggs to fill in the rest.
I hope that you can see how buying 2 or 3 items and using pieces you have around your home can make decorating for holidays easy and inexpensive! I definitely don’t want to have to spend a ton of money if I am hosting a dinner so this eases my stress and makes sure that the visual aspect of my party is a success quickly and inexpensively. These tips could be used for any holiday or season, by being creative and repurposing items you probably have an endless supply of décor options!
How will you decorate your table for Easter?