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A Natural Easter Centerpiece
Made from ingredients found around the home, this Easter Centerpiece is a natural classic. It uses egg-shaped candles for mood lighting.Continue to 2 of 10 below.
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A Sweet Treat Centerpiece
Pastel colors are yummy and so are jelly beans, and the two make a perfect combination in this sweet Easter centerpiece.Continue to 3 of 10 below.
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Red & Green Make Easter
The colors red and green are no longer just for Christmas. They can easily be used to decorate a beautiful Easter or spring table. Christians believe that red represents the blood of Jesus, green represents new life and white represents purity. Use all three to tell the story of Easter.
Decorator's Hint: To save money, I never buy specialty dinnerware, but instead choose to reinvent my everyday dinnerware into fresh table ideas. See another Easter or spring table idea using these plates.Continue to 4 of 10 below.
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Celebrating the Birth of Springtime
You don't have to be skilled at flower arranging to manage this Easter centerpiece. This floral arrangement for your spring or Easter table is inexpensively and easily completed—the only tool needed is a pretty ribbon or twine.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Gone Are the Dreary Days of Winter
This fresh take on traditional Easter colors will brighten your Easter or spring table. Replace the nests and eggs with a brightly colored daisy to carry this Easter place setting all the way through spring.Continue to 6 of 10 below.
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Take the Celebration Outdoors
This gorgeous backyard setting for your Easter or spring table allows the outdoors to be your main decor, saving you money. Natural elements echoed on the table allow nature's beauty to shine.
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Chocolate Is Not Just for Bunnies
This Easter table or spring table idea proves that dark colors can be gorgeous in springtime. Dressing up your everyday tableware is a wonderful way to save money, and a simple spring bloom transforms this dark dinnerware. Plain gold-wrapped chocolate bunnies or eggs alongside dark dinnerware would also make an elegant Easter place setting.Continue to 8 of 10 below.
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Don't Eat the Centerpiece
This beautiful Easter or spring centerpiece suggests that summer is almost here. Since this centerpiece is strong enough to stand on its own, simply blend with your everyday white dinnerware and linens.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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A Good Old-Fashioned Easter
This pared-down country look will be right at home in your dining room or on a picnic table. If you don't have vases, use mason jars or small glassware to hold wildflower or inexpensive bouquets. The beauty (and frugality) of this look is that nothing needs to match.Continue to 10 of 10 below.
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Salute to Easter!
Be Italian this Easter, or just pretend like you are. This simple Easter table, displaying bright Tuscan earth tones and setting a spread of fresh cheeses and bread, proves that Easter doesn't always have to be about the bunny. Buona Pasqua! (That means Happy Easter!)