Easter Egg Table Setting
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I don’t know if it’s the fact that our weather has barely broken the 50 degree mark in Ohio or if I’m just behind the times, but I’m having a hard time wrapping my head around the fact that we are less than a week before Easter. My family is always last minute when it comes to planning menus and even more when it comes to decorating.
You may remember last year when I shared some tips on simple, but beautiful ways to dye your Easter eggs. (check out the video below:)
The food color/water/vinegar method is classic and fun and when paired with fun new pattern techniques as well as this year’s Pantone colors -including the color of the year: Marsala!! – it’s still a super fresh and beautiful way to decorate your Easter eggs.
And your Easter table!
It’s like two-in-one. If you love dyeing Easter eggs like I do, why not put these little beauties to work decorating your table? That’s my plan.
I love the idea of using these bright, bold eggs in a double walled vase to create a stunning centerpiece. Then, put some lovely little glitter monogram sticks on an egg with a little grapevine nest for a sweet little place setting. These simple ideas for an Easter egg table setting are exactly the style of decorating that I like to do. Big impact with little effort.