A pretty table with Easter Decor has been the inspiration of people across the world for centuries. The colors, shapes and designs are sure to bring delight to your home during Easter time.
The following are tips on how to make the most of your dining room and and Easter table decoration.
Easter Decor is usually pastel and soft shades of green, yellow and pale blue. The tablecloth should ideally match the decorations especially if it is not an expensive cloth.
2) Place Settings
For a casual Easter lunch, you may want to use a cloth placemat instead of a plate to avoid the mess. If you want to add more color on the table, small candy eggs can be used as place cards.
3) Center of the Table
The centerpiece should be based on Easter decorations and colour scheme. A good idea is to use a mixture of dried flowers, artificial flowers and grasses. The base should be something like a basket to hide wires or pins that may be used to hold up the centerpiece.
4) Easter baskets
Decorating Easter Baskets make it easy to serve your Easter lunch as well as provide your guests with extra place setting for desserts and other items. Make sure that the baskets you use are clean, sturdy and in good condition.
Make sure that the tablecloth you use is not too thick. Regardless of which color you choose, the tablecloth should be no more than 3 inches thick. This will ensure that the decorations and food do not get wet and dirty.
The centerpiece can be used to show something bright and cheerful like Easter eggs or a basket filled with Easter candy. You may place some artificial flowers in the basket that provides a focal point for your set-up.
These are some of the ideas that you can use to make your Easter table beautiful. The more traditional guests will be pleased as Easter Decor is colourful and bold. You may want to add a few extra items for people who like things simple and clean.