While Easter might look a little bit different this year, I wanted to give you some last minute inspiration for brightening up your home with an Easter tablescape and a few easy Easter recipes!
Last Minute Easter Tablescape Ideas
When you aren’t able to run to the stores, pull together items you already own to create an Easter tablescape! These white and gold dishes are some of my favorite (plain white works well too) because they can easily be tailored to any holiday or occasion. Your dishes don’t have to be Easter-themed to make a beautiful table.
Top each plate with a napkin, place card (you can easily make your own), and a touch of Easter decor. You and your kids can make your own dyed eggs as an option as well! I used these gold speckle eggs to tie in the gold touches on my dinnerware.
I pulled together all the white bunnies I have and grouped them together in the center of the table as well. Any type of bunny would work well! In the past, I’ve used moss bunnies or any type of Easter decor!
I love florals on spring tables, so I used what I already had and added a few garden clippings for touches of greenery throughout the arrangements! Even greenery alone would make a pretty neutral arrangement!
My key tip for setting a last minute Easter table is to “shop your home” for vases, decor and Easter touches that you can pull together!
Last Minute Easter Recipes
What’s on your Easter menu? I’m sharing a few family favorites below, and I hope you’ll give them a try this year! You can always substitute ingredients so the recipe works well with what you have in your pantry already!
- Top 7 Easter Appetizers (these can work well as side dishes too)
As for desserts, I hope you’ll “hop” into the kitchen and bake with your family this Easter. Here are a few of our favorite Easter desserts…
I want to know your Easter plans this year? Are you still having an Easter egg hunt for the kids? We are hoping the Easter bunny stops at our house this year. My daughter – now 5! – is VERY excited about Easter. The holiday might look a bit different than years past, but we are excited to celebrate nonetheless. Happy Easter!