1. Easter wreath
Adorn a mantle or a chair in your dining room with a pretty Easter wreath or perhaps a cluster of bunnies.
2. Pick a theme
Set a woodland theme with a mossy bunny or two. Make a nest with fresh branches and Easter eggs.
3. Set the table
White and yellow napkins with polka dots is a fun contrast against a white table cloth. The tiny flower pots filled with fresh daisies is on theme and adds a nice touch to a table set for brunch or lunch.
4. Inviting entrance
Create an inviting entrance with bunny art, a DIY Easter tree or something as simple as a chalkboard sign hinting an Easter Egg hunt for the kids.
5. Easter bunting
Whether it's letters that spell out Happy Easter or some cute carrots, create a super-sweet scene with Easter bunting.
6. Decorate every corner
Don't forget the hutch or any other cabinets in the room. Place a few Easter eggs on the shelves to keep the whole room in theme.
7. Chocolate decorations
If you don't have any Easter homewares, don't panic. Top regular plates and serving platters with Easter eggs or any other small decorations on hand to help fill empty spaces on a table.
8. Cake stands
A cake stand with Easter cupcakes makes an eye-catching centrepiece, and the yummy desserts can be eaten by guests as they please.
9. Gift tins
If you don't have a cake stand, gift tins are a great way to elevate your show-stopping Easter dessert. Opt for gorgeous tins that match the colour of your table setting.
10. Edible nests
Chocolate and coconut nests are so easy to make, even with the little ones. The best part is, they also look great filled with mini eggs sitting on a table.
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