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Impressive desserts that will steal the show at your Easter lunch

When she's not writing, Claire Gillespie can most often be found wiping snotty noses, picking up Lego, taking photos of her cat or doing headstands.

Bring a taste of nature to your Easter table with pretty edible centrepieces

From SheKnows UK
Get the most out of your Easter centrepiece this year by making it edible. Nature is the perfect theme as we embrace the start of spring: think flowers, gardens and baby animals.

Chocolate Easter bunny cake

What says "Easter" more than a cute bunny nestled in fluffy green grass?

Bring a taste of nature to your Easter table with pretty edible centrepieces

Photo credit: The Cake Blog

Bird nest cake

Another Easter treat that's simply too cute to stay out of sight is the bird nest cake. If you're feeling ambitious create your own fondant bird — or a whole family of them to share the nest.

Bring a taste of nature to your Easter table with pretty edible centrepieces

Photo credit: Vanilla Bean Baker

Marshmallow topiary

This eye-catching topiary tree with brightly coloured marshmallow birds and a pot full of colourful Easter candy is the perfect statement centrepiece for your Easter table.

Bring a taste of nature to your Easter table with pretty edible centrepieces

Photo credit: The Hungry Mouse

Bunny terrarium

Terrariums are having a moment as one of the most stylish table centrepieces for 2015 so why not give one a seasonal twist this Easter? For an edible terrarium all you need are cookie crumbles for soil, edible grass, ice cream cones for nests and edible eggs and bunnies.

Bring a taste of nature to your Easter table with pretty edible centrepieces

Photo credit: HGTV Gardens

Tulips and Easter candy

If you like real flowers on your Easter table, fill a large container with your favourite spring blooms and place this inside a vase lined with whatever sweet treats take your fancy.

Bring a taste of nature to your Easter table with pretty edible centrepieces

Photo credit: Craft-O-Maniac

Daisy cake

This beautiful daisy cake looks almost too good to cut into so let your Easter guests appreciate it for as long as possible by giving it pride of place on the table.

Bring a taste of nature to your Easter table with pretty edible centrepieces

Photo credit: Cake Central

Easter Egg bouquet

Replace the decorative eggs with edible ones and you have enough Easter treats for everyone at your dinner table.

Bring a taste of nature to your Easter table with pretty edible centrepieces

Photo credit: The Brown Eyes Have It

Bunny carrot cake

A basic carrot cake can be turned into a cute Easter centrepiece with the addition of a vegetable patch and an exploring bunny — all completely edible, of course.

Bring a taste of nature to your Easter table with pretty edible centrepieces

Photo credit: Cake Central

Bunny fruit platter

Easter treats can be healthy too. If you're needing a break from all the chocolate and icing going around, give your centrepiece real nutritional value with a bunny head fruit platter. It's colourful and cute — the only problem will be keeping hungry hands away from it.

Bring a taste of nature to your Easter table with pretty edible centrepieces

Photo credit: Worth Pinning

Spring chicks

The next best thing to having real spring chicks at your Easter celebrations is to make your own. Pop your marshmallow creations in a basket in the centre of the table and enjoy them when the meal is over.

Bring a taste of nature to your Easter table with pretty edible centrepieces

Photo credit: Pink Pistachio Peeps

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