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How to Create a Simple Spring Easter Centerpiece

Are you looking for some Easter centerpiece ideas and inspiration? Today, I’m sharing how to style a simple springtime Easter centerpiece vignette.

Spring Easter centerpiece

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Are you ready for another Pinterest Challenge? If this is your first time hearing about the Pinterest Challenge, let me explain. Every month, our fabulous host Cindy from County Road 407, selects an inspiration photo for everyone to recreate.

Each blogger who is participating puts their own spin on the photo, based on each of our individual and unique styles of decorating.

If you’re hopping over from Michelle of Thistle Key Lane‘s blog, welcome! I’m so glad you’re here. Didn’t you love her tiered tray Easter centerpiece? And you won’t want to miss my other friends at the end of this post for even more inspiration.

Spring Easter centerpiece

This month’s inspiration photo comes from Suzy at Worthing Court, who shares how she decorated her console table in her entry for spring.

Suzy raided her attic and decor closet to create her Easter centerpiece, so I thought I would do the same.

Spring Easter centerpiece

I always try to use as many of the same elements as possible from the inspirational photo. But at the same time, my goal is to use just what I have at home for the monthly challenge. Here is what I ended up including when styling my spring vignette:

  • Riser for height replacing the tiered tray
  • Dishes and placemats
  • Nest with eggs
  • Moss and ceramic bunnies
  • Faux plants
  • Birdhouse
  • Pitcher
Spring Easter centerpiece

The inspiration photo showed a beautifully styled tied tray. I’m almost embarrassed to say that I have never owned one. Am I the only one?

white ceramic bunny birdhouse and white pitcher

I used a footed wooden riser a friend made me, giving my farm table Easter centerpiece some height.

dishes and placemats for spring

I replicated Suzy’s white dishes in her centerpiece, but I added floral dishes rather than the green ones from the challenge.

nest with eggs stacked on spring dishes

My petal-shaped placemats were from HomeGoods and fit perfectly with the rest of the table.

spring dishes with nest of eggs

A nest with eggs was placed on top of the stack of dishes.

moss bunny in centerpiece

Another egg nest sits on top of a cute little birdbath displayed on the white wooden riser.

Spring Easter centerpiece
white ceramic bunny

There’s nothing that says spring like a bunny. This ceramic one is perfect for this spring Easter table centerpiece.

I only wish I had a bunny butter dish like the one in the inspiration picture, but I’ll have to put it on my shopping list.

moss bunny and white pitcher

Suzy had the cutest bunny topiary in her Easter centerpiece, and I was so jealous! I had to settle for this moss bunny instead.

moss bunny white pitcher and faux plant

The faux plants were the easiest part of the centerpiece. I have them throughout the house.

Spring Easter centerpiece

An ironstone creamer pitcher and metal-roofed birdhouse finished up the Easter centerpiece vignette.

Spring Easter centerpiece

Thank you for following along to see how I styled my Easter centerpiece.

Are you ready to see more Pinterest Challenges? Next up is Barb from French Ethereal. You are going to love her take on this challenge!

Until next time,

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  1. I would love to shop your closets too! I love what you came up with! Your kitchen with that view gets me everytime, especially when you have styled your table with garden themes. Wait…that’s always!

    Happy spring!

    1. We do have the “styling with a garden theme” thing in common, don’t we Amber. Thank you for the kind words, sweet friend.

  2. I love how you took this idea and totally made it your own, Kim! All the elements you’ve pulled together are such a beautiful way to celebrate the season. From the moss bunny to the ironstone and the pretty pink plates every detail is fabulous. Loving and pinning as always, CoCo

  3. Love all the prettiness you brought together here, Kim! So sweet. And I’m totally crushing on those pink pillows; gah! Did you say target? I might need some of those in my life:)

    1. Thank you, Melba. It is so fun to see how each blogger recreates the inspiration pic to make it their own. Thank you for visiting.

  4. Kim, I love that you used a riser to create your pretty display on! That’s brilliant! By the way, why do your faux plants always look so real? I never seem to find any that look this good. I’ll have to check out your sources. Hugs!

    1. Thank you so much, Michelle. I really couldn’t believe how real the Target faux plants looked this year and at a great price. A win-win for sure!

  5. You knocked this challenge out of the park! I love the little bird bath and riser you chose to use instead of a tired tray! Seriously genius. Your colors are so cheerful too and I adore all the different bunnies! Hope you enjoy this tablescape for a long time. Thanks for joining in. pinned

    1. Thank you for the sweet words, Cindy. This challenge was so much fun for me. And there was so much amazing inspiration this month!

  6. Kim,
    Your table is so lovely, as usual. I always love seeing your creativity! Thanks for the inspiration.

    Niky @ The House on Silverado

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