Last Minute Easter Tablescape Ideas
We’re sharing last-minute Easter tablescape ideas today!
Spring will always be one of my favorite seasons of the entire year.
It feels as festive as the holiday season but without all the hustle and bustle, you know?
I love waiting for the blooms to pop, the beautiful assortment of pastels, crafting eggs, shopping for Easter dresses and baskets, decorating our home for Spring, and transitioning the containers on the front porch too.
Easter lunch is another special event I look forward to each year. I know so many of you do as well.
While I try my best to have our menu and tablescape ideas planned out well in advance, there are still times I find myself trying to pull a few details together at the last minute.
So, I thought I would share a look back at some of our most popular Easter tablescape ideas. And share some of the tips that have helped make the morning-to-afternoon transition a seamless one.
Here’s a look at our favorite last-minute Easter tablescape ideas…
Choose A Simple Easter Tablescape Color Palette
No matter if you have a small gathering planned or lots of friends and family coming over for Easter, choose a simple Easter tablescape color palette.
Preferably one that complements your existing décor.
This will help cut down on decision fatigue.
Especially, if you are shopping at the last minute or seasonal items have already been picked over.
Gather Spring Branches, Backyard Greenery, Grocery Store Flowers, or Potted Plants
Last-minute Easter tablescapes are a great time to get creative and take advantage of the gifts of nature.
Spring branches, backyard greenery, grocery store flowers, and potted plants from your local garden center are likely all readily available.
You don’t have to do anything fancy unless you want to. These French tulips in simple Ball jars are from the grocery store.
Search Your Local Craft Store
If you don’t have time to craft something special for each place setting, don’t sweat it!
Most big box craft supply stores will have everything from bunnies to decorative eggs at the front of the store ready for purchase.
Use What You Have on Hand
While it might be tempting to go out and buy all new things for a last-minute Easter tablescape, consider shopping your house before bringing in something new.
Some of our most memorable last-minute Easter tablescape meals have been eaten off mix-and-match vintage china or using my Grandmother’s antique dishes from Germany.
Serve an Easy Meal
Easter is one of those special occasions where treasured heirloom recipes are typically served.
While I look forward to those dishes all year long, let’s be honest, the time between attending services and sitting down to eat can sometimes be hectic.
To help make the transition seamless, consider making family favorite recipes then subbing the rest of the meal with store-bought items, asking loved ones to bring a dish, or cooking as many things as is safe in advance. That way, you can quickly reheat those items when you get home.
If your heart is set on a big traditional meal, offer little nibbles for hungry guests.
Set your last-minute Easter tablescape in advance if possible and consider serving drinks that don’t require a lot of mixing or ice.
Finally, serve up a sweet ambiance with cozy music. It will help set the tone for a calm yet festive afternoon.
We hope these last-minute Easter tablescape ideas have helped. Always remember, keeping it simple and stress-free will help both you and your guests create special memories that will last a lifetime.
Let us know how you plan to decorate this year!
Other Last-Minute Easter Tablescape Ideas to Enjoy:
Spring Flowers Inspired Tablescape
You’ve shared so many helpful tips, like keeping the drinks simple. I also really appreciated your tip for trying to use what I already have on hand. Thanks for sharing all of these beautiful ideas!!
These are beautiful ideas! My table isn’t looking like I want yet. Thanks for the inspiration!
Such great tips CoCo! I love the simplicity of the tulips in jars they are so beautiful! I hope you and your family have a very happy Easter!!
I love that you used Mason jars for some of your tulips. You are totally right – tablescapes don’t have to be complicated or expensive. And best of all – using simple things – they can be really beautiful. I hope you had a happy, safe and healthy Easter with your family CoCo.