By Rosie Hatch

Published on April 2, 2017

Photography by ELLA MAH BLOG

Whether you’re hosting Easter this year or just want to spruce up your table for the upcoming holiday, we’ve got you covered. With these DIYs, you can create a one-of-a-kind display that ties all the beautiful elements of the season together. Florals, speckled eggs, and seasonal fruit all make easy and wonderful centerpieces for your next brunch fete. Here, we rounded up the prettiest centerpieces to DIY this Easter. 

Photography by THE PARTY SOCIETY

Fruit Garland

Using bright fruit down the center like a garland is an easy way to bring color and life to your table. Find a color palette you love, and run with it. These pastel colors look dreamy for an outdoor Easter brunch. Get the simple tutorial here.

Photography by SNIPPET AND INK

Blooms and Branches

If you wish to replace the usual bouquet of flowers with something a little more unique, this display is perfect. The branches add a rustic touch, and the untraditional shape lends an organic feel to the table. If you can’t find branches with flowers attached, you can always incorporate bare branches with flowers and greenery for the same effect.

Photography by MARTHA STEWART

Birch Wrapped Daffodils

Easter celebrations are the perfect time to go overboard on your favorite blooms. This captivating bunch of long-stemmed daffodils looks like they were freshly picked from a blooming garden. Complete the effect by wrapping the bases in birch twigs for a nest-like appeal that will have your Easter guests begging you for a tutorial.

Photography by LITTLE INSPIRATION

Dainty Egg Vases

Place these along the middle of your table (or on top of cake pedestals) for a whimsical touch that will be the topic of conversation. Get the kiddos involved, and use the free printable included in the instructions, or make your own. The rest is simple: All you need is egg shells and flowers to complete the look of these tiny Easter vases.

Photography by ELLA MAH BLOG

Coral and Blush Tones

Looking for the perfect spring color palette for your table? One word: coral. This shade looks amazing on any table, especially when you mix it with oranges and pinks. Recreate the look using one big vase centerpiece or a few small ones scattered around.

Photography by ALICE AND LOIS

Bunny Clay Bowls

If you have family in town for Easter and want to include them in the joy of DIYing, this tutorial is great. These adorable bowls are made with air dry clay, acrylic paint, and Sharpie. Let each person customize their own clay bunny bowl, and use them to decorate the table. Then, fill the bowls with jelly beans and candy, and each guest can take home their creation.

Photography by COCO KELLEY

Modern Floral Basket

Simple and elegant, this basket of hyacinths and moss proves that you don’t need a ton of frill to accomplish a chic centerpiece. Instead of using a classic wicker basket for Easter, grab a wire one for a more modern look.

Photography by BHG

Naturally Dyed Eggs

Did you know you can create colorful eggs without artificial dyes? Not only are the ingredients in this DIY natural, the finished product also looks great in a big bowl on the dinner table. Plus, you might already have these ingredients in your kitchen. Onion skins are used to create a soft orange, and blueberries are used to create a blueish-gray.

Photography by CRAFTS AND DECOR

Succulent Egg Cups

You can’t go wrong with succulents, especially when they are inside egg shells. Arranging these in a bowl in the center of the table or on each individual place setting.