My Favorites Friday #6 ~ Easter Centerpieces and Tablescapes

Welcome to My Favorites Friday!  This week I’m highlighting my favorite Easter/Spring Centerpieces and Tablescapes.  I found some modern, traditional and kid friendly ideas that are sure to inspire you!  Now I just have to choose which one to use for my own table…

This simple and elegant tablescape was created by Seaside Interiors and found on Houzz.  I love the serenity of it!

I really love the non-pastel decor of this table!  This idea is also via Houzz.

This pretty centerpiece by BHG was simply made by using clear tape criss-crossed over a pedestal vase.

I LOVE this gorgeous basket from Martha Stewart!  This was made by twisting birch branches around a regular wooden basket.

Aren’t these adorable?  Thanks to Martha Stewart again for the great idea!  Simply use faux grass and speckled Easter eggs {found at craft stores}.

I absolutely adore this idea from BHG!  I can just imagine my girls pretending it’s a little fairy world.  I might have to save this idea for the future or else I might find a few Polly Pockets tucked into my Easter centerpiece!  The papier-mache toadstools can be found at craft stores.  Aren’t they so cute!?

The Sweet Survival created these lovely hydrangea covered eggs and has a great {and simple} tutorial on how to make them.  They are a bit time consuming, but oh. so. pretty!

I love this idea from Stone Gable.  Daffodils are one of my favorite spring-time flowers and they sure do make a pretty tablescape, don’t they?

Dining Delight has this decorative idea of using a pedestal plate in her centerpiece.

Here is another beautiful idea from BHG.  I love the idea of using a smaller vase {or glass} inside of a larger vase. {This idea is also used in some of the other pictures, below.}

I found this idea on Butterfly Craze. It is no longer available, but looks fairly easy to duplicate. This would be another one my girls would LOVE.  It’s made using indoor/outdoor carpet cut into placemats.  It is so creative, isn’t it?  I love it!

This is such an adorable idea from Mommy Savers!  I love how they incorporated Peeps to make the centerpiece kid friendly.

Here is another great kid-friendly idea found on Celebrations at Home Blog.

I LOVE this Easter Egg Bouquet from Ms. Not-So-Perfect!  The eggs are simply placed on a wooden skewer.  Each egg already has a hole in the bottom, so they are easily made.  She shows some great pictures on how to do it.

I’m planning to make this bouquet as an “Easter Advent” idea. This year, we’re going to read Amon’s Adventure (written by the same author of Jotham’s Journey, etc. that we read during Christmas Advent).  I’ll put a little candy in each egg that the kids can open before we read our daily chapter.


I found many of these great ideas via Pinterest. I would love to have you follow my pinboards to keep up with my latest pins!

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I hope you’ll stop back next week for My Favorites Friday #7 ~ Cleaning Tips!


    • says

      I agree, Dawn! THAT is why I love Pinterest. I love seeing the creativity that people have – it is so inspiring to me and gives me so many ideas {like I need any more projects!!!}. :)

  1. Denise says

    *MY* favorite Friday blog! I love your posts! Very inspiring….

    Have a great weekend. I thank God for you, my friend!

    • says

      Thanks, Denise! You are such an encouragement – I wish everyone could have a friend as awesome as you are! 😀 I was actually thinking of you when I wrote this post: I could imagine you using some of these ideas since you are so gifted with hospitality!

    • says

      Thanks, Mary, you’re so sweet! I’ve enjoyed following your bathroom re-do. I wish ours was moving along as fast, but we’re going the DIY route, so I’m learning about patience. :)

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