10 Tips for the Prettiest Easter Brunch Ever

Easter brunch is the meal when you pull out recipes for all the fluffy frittatas and crumbly coffee cakes and colorful fruit salads you can find. And when you’ve planned your courses and written your grocery list and mailed your invitations, it’s time to start thinking about your Easter table decorations. Because for a meal as special as Easter brunch, we just couldn’t lay dishes on a deserted tablescape. Here’s 10 easy tips to make your Easter brunch the prettiest Easter brunch ever.

Moss table runner

Go all out this year and exchange your linen tablecloth for a mossy table runner. Then, no matter what goes on top of it, your Easter table will be the most Instagrammed this year. You better think up your own hashtag right now. (via Matt and Ashley Photo)

Fancy easter glassware

In case you were just waiting for a special occasion to pull out all that special crystal dishware, you found it. Use your sparkly glasses and platters and plates and you probably won’t even need a centerpiece. (via Style Me Pretty)

All natural easter centerpiece

But in case you do, you can make one in a jiffy by going on a little nature walk and foraging for your decor. Using eggs and sticks and feathers and little flowers can make the prettiest and possibly most boho centerpiece you’ve ever seen. Just add candles for the complete romantic effect. (via Mamas Kram)

Nest plate charger

Layers on layers are one important aspect of creating a beautiful tablescape for any occasion. By putting flat wreaths under your plates instead of chargers, you’ll create the look that everyone has a nest at their place. (via Elizabeth Anne Designs)


Who can have Easter without flowers? Keep things simple with a gathering of bud vases and all your favorite blooms in various shades. Then let guests take home a vase-full of flowers for their own table. (via Floresie)

Easter colorful table

If you’re an “Easter baskets for everyone” person, make your gifts part of your Easter table decor. Whether they’re berry baskets like the ones above or little pink plastic boxes or brown woven baskets, they’ll make every guest feel special. (via My Sweet Savannah)

Printable easter menu

If you can print a menu for your meal, why wouldn’t you? Use this adorable printable Easter menu to let guests know what’s coming to the table next. You can’t be more prepared. (via Sarah Hearts)

Easter candy bouquet centerpiece

Got candy? Use it to decorate! Putting peeps inside your Easter bouquet is adorable. Or you can scatter chocolate eggs in colored foil across the table for guests to snack on while they wait. Because Easter is for too much chocolate. (via Two Sisters Crafting)

Gold easter table decor

Do you have some gold linens or glassware or plates that you used for the Christmas holidays? As long as there are no tree patterns or Santa hats, who is to stop you from using them again to add some glitz to your Easter table? (via The Nest)

Outdoor easter brunch

Lots of people are lucky enough to live in a warm climate where it’s lovely outdoors in March. If you’re one of those people, take advantage of the weather and move your whole Easter brunch outside. It’s the perfect way to really get into the Spring mood. (via 100 Layer Cakelet)