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5 fabulous ways to decorate your Easter table

With the Easter long weekend fast approaching, it’s time to to start thinking about one other thing than just the food…Easter decorations!

Plus you can have a lot of fun with your decorations. No matter if your hosting a cozy Easter brunch or are serving up a big dinner to 20 people, the decorations instantly pull together the look of the table.

So whether you prefer to have subtle decoration or you wish to go full-blown Easter crazy, the following decorations will be loved by all.

5 ways to decorate your Easter table 

Hard-boiled egg place cards

Using an hard-boiled egg, you can write the names of your guests with a permanent market on one side of the egg. Place on top of a napkin.

 

Mason jar flowers 

Fresh flowers arranged in a mason jar, are not only trendy but look beautiful. Flowers will add a lovely touch to your Easter table setting.

 

Easter bunny cut outs 

Make these cute little paper bunny cut outs which are perfect to decorate the napkins. Simply cut out your paper bunny and place it on top of the napkins.

 

Bunny ear napkins 

These bunny ear napkins will certainly spruce up your table. Follow the steps below to recreate these sweet bunny napkin ears.

 

Easter food toppers 

If your planning on making sweet treats this Easter, print out your very own toppers. They are sure to brighten up your Easter table. You can even tape your printed topper to a lollipop stick or even a toothpick.

 

Now you have your Easter table decorations sorted, scrumptious treats must follow.

Sweet Easter recipes to try 

 

 

 

*DISCLAIMER: Copha is a contributing recipe Partner at myfoodbook.com.au. This article features content sourced from Copha and our own opinions. For more information visit the Copha website.

 

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