How to Create an Easy and Elegant Outdoor Easter Sunday Brunch Tablescape!

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Hi everyone!! Spring is officially HERE! While Arizona doesn’t really get much of a winter, we can absolutely feel that spring is in the air! My favorite flower shops are putting out so many beautiful options for spring floral arrangements, chocolate eggs are popping up at the stores, and little Alina and Valentina are starting to ask me about one of their favorite holidays – EASTER!! They LOVE painting Easter eggs, hunting for Easter eggs, eating chocolate Easter eggs, and all of the cute bunny decorations and fun spring colors! Today, I want to share some ideas with you about how to create a SUPER easy and yet elegant Easter Sunday brunch tablescape!

Easter Sunday brunch tablescape inspiration

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While none of us EVER would have expected to have a second Easter in a row spent during a pandemic, you can still spruce up your home with cute Easter decorations, and get into the Easter holiday spirit! At our house, we love having a nice Easter Sunday brunch, with delicious food, treats, and of course, an elegant outdoor Easter Sunday brunch tablescape.

Creating Your Easter Sunday Brunch Tablescape

The way you decorate your table makes the biggest difference in the world, and makes any event feel so much more special. Adding a pretty pastel Easter color scheme, glitter Easter eggs, and other adorable decorations for the holiday can turn a simple Easter brunch into a festive event!

Easter Sunday brunch table place setting with napkin, flowers and Easter decorations

Here are some ideas for creating an easy and elegant outdoor tablescape for your upcoming Easter brunch!

What Are Some Easter Decorations?

Easter brunch table decorations don’t have to be too complicated. Just by adding a few elegant pieces to your Easter Sunday brunch tablescape, you can create a beautiful formal Easter table setting. Some great ways to set up an elegant Easter table setting are:

1- Place Settings: Place settings are one of the most important components to a beautiful Easter brunch tablescape. Adding nice silverware, such as this vintage jewel gold 5-piece place setting set, can add an elegant touch to your brunch tablescape. I LOVE the stainless steel paired with the 24k gold rim. SO gorgeous!

Easter Sunday brunch table with decorative ceramic bunnies and Easter decorations

2- Easter bunny dinnerware sets: My girls love the adorable Easter bunny, so when I put little bunny decorations around the house and around the table, they go CRAZY!! Add some sweet little Easter bunny dinnerware sets, bowls, and decorations to your tablescape for the holiday! I love this bunny belly stoneware snack bowl from Pottery Barn, and these ceramic bunnies from Crate & Barrel. They always have the best items for table settings!

Another great piece to add on for a nice tabletop display is this wood egg holder from Target. You would be surprised at the selection of Easter dinnerware Target has! The best part about this perfect little egg holder is that you can reuse it for hard boiled eggs any morning, whether it’s Easter Sunday or not!

Decorative ceramic bunnies on Easter Sunday table

3- Plates: Now, let’s talk about plates… There are SO many different things you can do with your Easter brunch plates. If you want something cheap and easy, then disposable Easter plates are the way to go! But, for fancier brunches, these beautiful gold beaded edge glass chargers Williams-Sonoma carries are so elegant and simply perfect to place them under your plates. As you can see in the pictures, I LOVED adding these on to my Easter tablescape!

The beaded gold trim is just SO pretty around the glass plate! These beautiful floral Meadow Easter plates at Williams Sonoma or these elegant and simple Crate & Barrel platinum rim dinner plates also make fantastic options for Easter brunch. I used these plates as well for my Easter tablescape. The thin silver platinum trim around the porcelain pairs so nicely with the Williams-Sonoma plates. Even though they are technically “dinner plates,” they turn a basic Easter brunch into a fancy meal!

Easter themed table decorations

4- Placemats: Don’t forget about Easter placemats to tie the whole place setting together! And, to catch all of your food if the fancy plates don’t do the job (LOL!) I love adding placemats to my table settings, it just frames everything so nicely! I didn’t do it this time around because I wanted the pretty plaid tablecloth and napkins to really stand out, but in the past I’ve used all kinds of great placemats! Such as for Valentina’s 5th birthday and our elegant pink, gold and white Thanksgiving!

Pink champagne glasses and easter decorations on outdoor dining table

5- Make it your own! Make the Easter holiday decorations all your own, whatever your style and preferences! If you want to do pastel yellow and white, GO FOR IT! If you want floral and bunnies on everything, go ahead! If you want more glam Easter décor, go with pretty glitter Easter eggs. Or, keep things simple with matte pastels. This assortment of Easter eggs from Michael’s has glittery, shiny, and matte Easter eggs so you can decorate your tablescape however you’d like!

Easter themed table decor.

Blush Pink and Green Easter Tablescape

While there are lots of great colors to choose from for Easter, I like to go with a nice blush pink and green. I just think those colors go so nicely with the Easter theme! Alina just had a Blush Pink and Pastel Green Ice Cream Birthday Party” and I realized how great the colors would work for a nice Easter color scheme! The two colors went SO nicely together!

Some nice pieces that you can add to your Blush Pink and Green Easter Sunday Brunch Tablescape are: 

  • These gorgeous blush pink flute glasses and wine glasses from Anthropologie, which you can see I added to my table settings above! The hand-painted gold rim looks SO nice with the sunset pink fade, and of course the wine and flute glasses match, making it a perfect set!
Easter decorations on dining table.
  • Easter napkins, like these pretty spring jubilee napkins from Bed, Bath & Beyond, are an awesome addition to your place settings. When you click on the link, it may show you the white color, make sure to select any colors you prefer. I loved the colorful plaid, but if you want to stick to a “blush pink and green” theme, they carry a nice pastel green color as well! And these napkins are totally affordable. Also, don’t forget Easter napkin rings! The napkins look so nice wrapped up in something like the gold and Easter egg ones I used above. 
  • Tablecloth: Try adding on a nice Easter tablecloth, like the plaid one I used above to match the napkins! Or, a lovely Easter egg table runner for a really elegant look!

Blush pink and green glasses, napkins, Easter tablecloths and runners are just perfect for Easter! Try out this theme when you start decorating and see how it works out for you! Or, try another pair of colors! The fun of decorating is trying out different themes and décor to see what you like!

Easter treats and flowers on dining table with pink glassware.

How Do You Make a Beautiful Easter Centerpiece?

Another great way to decorate your table for Easter Sunday brunch is to add a beautiful Easter centerpiece. For mine, I added faux light pink peonies as well as a pops of white daisies in blush pink vases, surrounded by speckled Easter eggs. The result was SO pretty! You can see the centerpieces in the pictures above! I also added a couple white vases with dainty yellow flowers, surrounded by wreaths of purple spring blooms and stems.

You can do something like what I did for your Easter centerpieces, or you can mix it up! There are so many types of Easter flowers you can use for a beautiful Easter centerpiece, including:

  • Daffodils
  • Tulips
  • Lilies
  • Daisies
  • Hyacinths
  • And so many more!

Get creative and make your Easter centerpieces all your own!

Easter Sunday brunch dining table decorations.

What Should I Make for Easter Sunday Brunch at Home?

Now for the best part! Easter brunch food! hahaha! We LOVE eating Mediterranean Omelet (Matt makes the BEST), French toast and Egg Benedict along with some fresh fruity mimosa for Easter brunch. We also have fresh berries and fruits on the table. But some other great ideas for Easter brunch at home are:

  • Easter egg breads
  • Baked ham
  • Frittatas
  • Egg scrambles
  • Eggs benedict
  • Hot cross buns
  • Scones
  • Lemon poppyseed muffins
  • Quiches
  • Bread pudding
  • And any other brunch items you enjoy!

Eggs, of course, are a staple for Easter brunch. But sweet breads and meats are also perfect for the occasion! Don’t be afraid to try making something new, and have fun with it! 

Easter Sunday place setting with easter egg candy and pink glassware

Easter Wreaths for Front Door

Finally, if you are having guests over, don’t forget a nice entrance! I added wreaths around my table centerpieces, as you can see from the pictures. But adding one to your front door makes the whole experience of coming to someone’s home for a nice Easter brunch that much more special! I love this beautiful speckled egg wreath. It’s the one I used around my flower centerpieces! It has such a unique look for Easter, and looks beautiful for hanging on your front door! Alternatively, you can make your own! There are lots of great ideas for DIY Easter wreaths, like pom poms, bunny ears, flowers, woven basket patterns, and more! 

Happy Easter! I hope this guide has helped you figure out some ideas for your outdoor Easter Sunday Brunch tablescape. We are all looking forward to eating some nice treats and spending time as a family during this holiday! The bottom line with Easter tablescape decorating: get creative, have fun, and enjoy this Easter with your loved ones! 

For even more tips and ideas about decorating for Easter, check out my post from last year!

Happy decorating!

Love,

Sherry

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