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Centerpiece For Easter Table

Are you looking for creative Easter Centerpiece ideas? Today I’m sharing some fun Easter Centerpiece Ideas with step by step instructions to make putting your Easter Table together super easy.

This table is created without buying a single new item, however since I might be a bunny hoarder, it wasn’t that big of a challenge. LOL

Pinterest Challenge

It’s time for our monthly Pinterest Challenge hosted by Cindy at County Road 407. This months challenge is an Easter Centerpiece and our inspiration photo comes from Suzy at Worthington Court

Each month it is so fun to see each persons interpretation of the inspiration photo. If you are joining me from Marty at A Stroll Through Life, I’m so glad you stopped by.


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Easter Centerpiece Ideas

Although the centerpiece from inspiration photo is inside the house, I decided to place mine on our screened porch. The natural elements I used work well on this table.

Screened Porch Easter Centerpiece Ideas

Elements for Easter Centerpiece

First, let’s take a look at some of the elements I included from the inspiration photo.

  • Moss Bunnies
  • Dishes
  • Faux Greenery
  • Candles
  • Clay Pots
  • Bird Nest
  • Bird House
  • Pitchers
  • Jute Table Runner
  • Concrete Bunny

Alternative Centerpiece Risers

In lieu of the tiered tray that Suzy used on her table, I opted to use a couple of cake plates to add height and dimension to the centerpiece.

In addition, a natural wooden riser adds a third level to the setting.

I began with the table runner and the 3 risers to create my version of the centerpiece.

Woodland themed Easter Centerpiece

The vintage milk glass cake plate is one of my favorite pieces to use on my tablescapes. I just used it on my Italian Tablescape that you can see here.

After arranging the risers in the center of the table, it was time to add the larger decor pieces or core pieces.

First, the vintage bird house was added to the milk glass cake plate. In addition, I stacked two clay pots and added faux greenery, a concrete bunny and a moss bird nest all rest on the cake plate.

Easter Centerpiece on porch table

Next, I added a large moss bunny which sits on a taller thrifted cake stand and is surrounded by a small eucalyptus wreath.

Stacked Cabbage Plates on Easter Centerpiece

Finally, a small candle sitting on a cute porcelain cupcake stand was added to the wooden riser as well as a tiny bird. All the core pieces are now in place.

Easter Centerpiece Ideas

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Best Centerpiece Tips

Here are some tips that apply to any centerpiece. At this point you have your core pieces in place and it’s time to double check your placement.

  • Make sure you have a variety of heights to draw the eye around the centerpiece.
  • Check for a variety of textures.
  • If the center piece isn’t a floral arrangement, you should have more than one focal point.
  • If the table is in the middle of a room, be sure all these details work from every angle.
Easter Table Centerpiece Ideas

Add Additional Elements

Now it’s time to fill in around your core pieces. At the front of the risers, a clay pot with a tiny bird nest is nestled with another small moss bunny. A greenery candle ring holds a clay saucer with another small candle from Antique Candle Co.

Clay pots and moss bunnies for a Easter Centerpiece

Final Touches

Finally, a stack of cabbage leaf dishes, ironstone bowls, ironstone pitcher with vintage cutlery were added to the left of the centerpiece.

To the right, a green waffle towel holds another faux greenery piece and a white ironstone pitcher to complete the centerpiece.

Easter Centerpiece Ideas for your Easter Table Setting

In addition, the glass vases on the DIY light fixture hold simple sprigs of greenery.

I hope you enjoyed seeing my interpretation of todays Pinterest Challenge.

Now it’s time to see how everyone else interpreted Suzy’s centerpiece. Up next is Carol at Blue Sky At Home, with her Simple Fresh Spring Centerpiece Idea.

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Thistlekeeping - Thistlewood Farm

Saturday 26th of March 2022

[…] See the entire centerpiece here. […]

Rachel

Saturday 26th of March 2022

Thanks so much for sharing.

KariAnne

Friday 25th of March 2022

I'd love to share this on Thistlekeeping tomorrow! It's SO CUTE!

Rachel

Saturday 26th of March 2022

Oh Thank you KariAnne! I'd be honored.

Kristin | White Arrows Home

Friday 25th of March 2022

Everything is so pretty! I love all the greenery and that cute moss bunny!

Rachel

Saturday 26th of March 2022

Kristin, I really appreciate this.

Marty

Friday 25th of March 2022

I love your table. What a great idea to use multiple lifts with the cake stand and log round. That birdhouse is perfect too. Great tips here to use with more tables.

Rachel

Saturday 26th of March 2022

Marty, I really appreciate your comments. Enjoy doing these together.

Diana

Friday 25th of March 2022

Love, love, love this. The mix of textures is just perfect!

Rachel

Saturday 26th of March 2022

Diana, I really appreciate you for stopping by.