Today I have simple ideas for orange and green Easter tablescapes, plus other DIY table decor inspiration.
So let’s spring into the season!
Orange and Green Easter Tablescapes
Easter is a time of new beginnings and a perfect opportunity to celebrate with family and friends.
These DIY table-setting ideas are fresh and easy to create.
Bright orange and spring green are a beautiful combination for Easter. They really make a cheerful and festive table setting.
Look at the elements below to recreate the look in your home.
Setting an Easter Table
Preparing a beautiful table is one of the best ways to welcome your guests and create a warm and inviting space for your Easter dinner.
In this post, I will guide you through setting the table for Easter with orange and green colors, perfect for spring!
First, open your cupboards to use what you have as a foundation.
If there are pieces you inherited or grew up with that, you cherish. Incorporate them into your table design!
Then add pops of color with flowers, linens, tableware, and decor.
I love to find deals at discount stores such as Home Goods or TJ Maxx or thrift stores like Goodwill or Savers.
Begin by choosing a tablecloth, runner, or placemats and napkins that complement your color scheme.
A light-colored print such as gingham or subtly patterned tablecloth will provide a neutral foundation for your colorful table settings and decor.
For example, I chose soft sage green gingham placemats from HomeGoods for my table with faux grass placemats.
You’ll notice my table has neither a tablecloth nor a table runner. It’s optional, so you do YOU if you want to keep it simple!
You can then add green or orange napkins to bring some accents of color to your table.
Or I chose white and then trimmed the napkins with a lovely faux vine.
Easter Place Settings
My simple white plates are topped with small cabbage-themed salad plates for each place setting. (similar plates, affiliate links)
Make each guest feel special with a little treat.
For example, I added Easter cupcakes trimmed with a bright orange carrot.
But you could use a single fax daffodil, tulip, tiny Easter basket, a bag of jelly beans, or a small chocolate bunny with a theme-colored ribbon, etc.
Check craft or variety stores for cute holiday decor to use at your table. Work within the color scheme to keep the table coordinated.
Add holiday plates with an Easter pattern or bunny for a dinner table with personality-plus.
You can use one as an accent, mix, match patterns, or choose dishes with one consistent theme.
Play around to see what works with what you already have too!
If you don’t have plates with the right colors or graphics, you can use plain white plates and add the colors underneath via the linens or on top with other details, as I did.
Create a Centerpiece
A beautiful centerpiece can tie together the entire table setting. And you’ve probably figured out I am pretty simple.
Flowers are an easy and inexpensive way to bring life, color, and joy to the table!
Plus, you can continue to enjoy them after your guests are gone. Or you can share them as a parting gift.
I used vivid orange tulips because I love orange! They are so bold they don’t require anything else.
I love adding a ceramic bunny or two for an alternative Easter-themed centerpiece.
They look adorable between vases of spring flowers. Consider using a shallow bowl or planter filled with bright green grass that you can grow yourself.
Or a pretty easter basket filled with eggs. You can also create a centerpiece using orange and green candles or a combination.
Include a pretty glass at each place setting, a water glass, and a wine glass if it’s more of a formal dinner. I used thrift store glassware stems.
Incorporate colored green or orange glasses if you have them! Or, add a decorative touch to plain glasses with a ribbon or green or orange charms.
Embellish with Decorative Touches
Small decorative touches can add a lot to your Easter table setting.
For example, use small green or orange votive candles to add a warm glow.
To add a festive touch, you can also scatter green, orange, or Easter-themed glassware bowls around the table. Then, fill them with holiday treats.
Consider Your Seating Arrangement
If you are hosting a large dinner, consider creating a seating arrangement.
Place cards with each guest’s name to add style and personalized touch to your table.
Plus, they can help you organize your setup and planning, especially when children are involved.
Once you have set your table, take a step back and review your creation.
Ensure everything is in order, there is enough space between each place setting, and there is still room on the table for food. 😉
I hope you’re inspired by the ideas above to style a simple orange and green Easter tablescape for your holiday dinner.
Elegant Easter Tablescapes
Here are more ideas for your Easter table decor.
Pink Table Decor
Easter Egg Blue Table Decorations
Holiday Table Ideas
See the posts below for more entertaining ideas and holiday and party tables.
Valentine’s Day Dinner Table Decoration Ideas
Garden Party Ideas
July 4th Table Decor Ideas
Black Table Setting
Ideas for Arranging Halloween Tabletop Decor
Thanksgiving Table Setting Ideas
Rustic Christmas Table Ideas
Elegant Christmas Table Ideas
Christmas Table Setting Ideas
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