Thought Easter candy was just for eating? Not so! Chris at Celebrations at Home invented a way to appreciate Easter treats before they wind up in your belly. Her adorable Easter peeps garden centrepiece is one of the cutest ways we can think of to adorn a table. Plus, if you scatter little chocolate eggs and colourful candies in the grass, you'll have dessert ready to go before you even sit down for dinner.
Pretty Easter eggs are a big part of Easter decorating, and these speckled and gilded Easter eggs by Kim at Sand and Sisal are particularly lovely. Plus, once you have them painted and ready in the colours of your choosing, you can arrange them in whichever vases, pillars or holders work best for your decor. It's the perfect convenient and customizable craft.
These adorable egg flowers from Bird's Party Blog make for a beautiful Easter bouquet centrepiece, but they aren't just for looking at. Inside each colourful exterior is a scrumptious Easter egg just waiting to be discovered. When the holiday is over, these lovely decorations will make tasty and much-appreciated spring gifts.
Are you looking to get your kids involved in your festive decorating? Then you must check out these Easter egg flowers by Kim at The Celebration Shoppe. With some basic materials, you and your little ones can create a beautiful bouquet of felt flowers in no time. The centre of your table won't just be a pretty display; it will also be a source of pride your kids will love pointing out to visiting friends and family all season long.
If you're on the hunt for an elegant centrepiece that can be appreciated from all corners of the room, this stunning twig-and-butterfly centrepiece by Lia at Ellinée can't be beat. It's so gorgeous and sophisticated, we have a feeling you'll wind up keeping it around well after Easter is over. And we fully support that decision!
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