Dressing up your Easter table doesn’t have to mean draining your wallet. We offer 12 DIY centerpieces from around the web that prove Easter décor is even better homemade. These creative and charming centerpieces vary from super-simple to those more fit for an experienced crafter, but all include beautiful step-by-step images and solid directions to help you along the way.
Who doesn’t love edible décor? For a sweeter spin on tabletop adornments, this coconut-covered bunny cake is sure to bring the ‘wow’ factor to your Easter feast. Plus, it makes the perfect post-meal treat! Find this charming recipe at Everyday Occasions.
Peeps are practically synonymous with Easter. Yet while they’re typically regarded as treats for kids, Paula from Bell’Alimento shows you how to give the classic marshmallows a stylish update. When partnered with pink tulips, this centerpiece simply screams springtime.
Using small, potted flower arrangements, Spanish moss, and a few decorative embellishments like plastic eggs and chocolate bunnies, you can construct this floral arrangement by Liz of Hoosier Homemade.
Metal buckets and burlap squares lend this gorgeous centerpiece a distinctly rustic touch. In addition, ombré paint makes simple bunny stencils look extra special. All you need is plastic grass and pastel colored eggs to complete the pastoral look. Check out the tutorial over at The DIY Village.
What could be more seasonal than a combo of asparagus stems and tulips? After all, this verdant veggie and favorite flower are some of the first crops of spring. Combining the two in a fresh and elegant centerpiece is Doreen’s, of Hymns and Verses, way of heralding the long-awaited return of springtime.
If you haven’t gotten into the Washi tape craze yet, this tutorial is the perfect introduction. Taking a patchwork approach to egg art, Chandra from Oh Lovely Day uses several different rolls of pretty, patterned masking tape to create a Pinterest-inspired centerpiece. The uniquely detailed eggs look utterly charming when paired with a simple ribbon bow.
When tulips combine with candy eggs and paper grass, they form a centerpiece that is totally Easter-appropriate. Check out Between Naps on the Porch for this Pottery Barn knock-off that promises to lend your Easter décor some serious panache.
Follow Liz’s lead and make your table Easter Bunny-friendly using fresh, crunchy carrots as part of your floral arrangement. The stark white and sunny yellow of the flora will pop against the bright orange vegetable, ensuring a show-stopping centerpiece that really captures the season. Love Grows Wild has the creative tutorial to get you started.
For the cost-conscious hostess, this inexpensive centerpiece is the perfect way to lend some flair to your table without draining your funds. Using only Dollar Store materials, Holly shows you how to fashion a vibrant, colorful centerpiece flecked with fun glitter over at Ribbons & Glue.
For a creative way to add some impact to your dining table, this DIY centerpiece from Hostess with the Mostess combines curly willow, rocks, and fresh tulips in a totally innovative arrangement. This Earthy centerpiece is a great way to lend elegance to your Easter décor without getting kitschy.
Since springtime is perfectly suited to color, why not incorporate the whole rainbow? Delicate bud vases in various sizes house colored water and a single daisy in this simplistic yet creative tabletop adornment, courtesy of Papery & Cakery.
If you’re not the crafting type, this foolproof centerpiece is shockingly simple to assemble, yet looks deceivingly upscale. Simply stick a bouquet of daffodils into your teapot of choice to dress up your table in seconds! Check out Creature Comforts for Ez’s cute example.
Need more Easter ideas? Try the festive recipes and crafts below.