How to Style a Simple, Rustic Easter Table

March 25, 2016  |  

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Throwing an Easter brunch doesn’t have to involve gluing crystals to eggs and scouring stores for just the right shade of Peeps to match your tablescape. Instead, go the rustic route with understated Easter table decor that includes fresh spring flowers in simple vessels, subtly dyed (or natural) eggs, and unfussy place settings. Our friends at DecorAid have some great inspiration to carry out this idea.

Sweet pink tulips and budding branches look freshly cut in a large clear jar. Via Happy Day Out

Via Happy Day Out

PINK TULIPS AND GREENS

Sweet pink tulips and budding branches look freshly cut in a large clear jar.

Via Redhead Can Decorate

Via Redhead Can Decorate

DAISY PLACE SETTING

A single daisy bloom tied with twine around a cloth napkin makes for simple, elegant place setting.

Via All Things Heart & Home

Via All Things Heart & Home

SPRING BLOOMS

A variety of spring blooms and greens in mismatched vessels creates a relaxed vibe.

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Via Bird’s Party

EGGS IN A NEST

Top an elegant cake stand with a “nest” of dried grass and an assortment of eggs.

Via My Rustic Farmhouse

Via My Rustic Farmhouse

WHITE TULIPS AND PASTEL EGGS

Pair a simple bouquet of white tulips in a rustic watering can with a bowl of pastel eggs for a simple centerpiece.

Via Everyday Occasions by Jenny Steffens Hobick

Via Everyday Occasions by Jenny Steffens Hobick

DAFFODILS AND NATURAL EGGS

Alternate matching bowls of daffodils and natural-colored eggs and skip the tablecloth for understated elegance.

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