Easter is a fun and beautiful holiday. I love decorating eggs with my kids, making crafts and doing DIY projects. We have already shared this Farmhouse Bunny Sign, a Burlap Canvas Farmhouse Easter Banner DIY, and Farmhouse Easter Garland. All three are beautiful and add so much personality to your space. Today we are sharing Farmhouse Easter Table Ideas.
We got a lot of things for this from Oriental Trading. We got some of the other things from Hobby Lobby or just had on hand. This works great as a Springtime Table as well, just take out the obvious “Easter” stuff.
Farmhouse Easter Table
We got the following for our Farmhouse Easter Table:
- Silverware holders
- Chalkboard stickers
- Burlap table runner
- Plate chargers
- Gold rimmed plates
- Wood box
- Glass Vases
- Lavender bushes
- Wood bunnies
- Speckled foam eggs
- Galvanized Buckets/Pail
- Stuffed lambs
- Burlap string
The burlap table runner went down first, with a 6-inch burlap on top of it. Then we did the chargers and plates. I actually got the chargers from Hobby Lobby for about $2 each, as well as the wood slices, and the large eggs. There is great Lavender on Oriental Trading, but Walmart also has some great Lavender bunches for inexpensive.
I took the tins and put candy, stuffed lamb, sequin bunnies, and grass inside. I made enough for each one of my kids. They loved these! We then added the speckled eggs, wood slices, wire eggs, and bunnies. I also added the twine wrapped egg I made (I need to make more of these).
This Farmhouse Centerpiece was one of my favorite features! This is so easy to put together and looks spectacular in my kitchen windowsill (when it’s not being used as a centerpiece, lol).
I hope this simple Farmhouse Easter Table inspires you to do something fun for your family for your Easter dinner! The nice thing is you can use all of these decorations around your house up until you decorate your table for the meal! The plates, chargers, and silverware holders are great to use for any special occasion.
The box, vases, and lavender can do in a window, on a shelf or even on the table with the burlap table runner every day of the week. So most of this can be repurposed and reused often. Even the galvanized tins can be used to plant flowers, hold pencils, etc.
Be sure to pin the image below so you can find this easily when you need Farmhouse inspiration!
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