How to Make a Beautiful Easter Tablescape Very Inexpensively

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Easter Tablescape

I love beautiful tablescapes and I’m going to show you how to make a beautiful Easter tablescape, very inexpensively. The first layer for me is a tablecloth. I purchase my tablecloths through efavormart. They have poly-cotton tablecloths that are beautiful and extremely inexpensive. They look really nice however, if they get a stain or candle wax on them, I don’t feel like I’m breaking the bank to replace them. In fact, I always keep a second tablecloth on hand.

Next, I use a beautiful rose gold charger that I got from Dollar Tree. Order your’s today for quick delivery to your closest Dollar Tree location. I then place a white plate on top of that. I love using white plates as my base because then I can easily switch out the salad plate for any occasion. For Easter, I’m using a plate that I got from Pier 1 several years ago. If you don’t have something like this in stock, I’ve seen really cool YouTube videos where folks have made cute salad plates using a Dollar Tree glass plate, scrapbook paper, or fabric and Mod Podge. I’m actually going to try this next week and I promise, I will share it with you.

Then I used my faux eucalyptus garland down the center of my table and put my Trader Joe flowers in glass vases. Again, these vases are available for $1 at Dollar Tree.

I popped some flowers from our local nursery into some old terra cotta pots and made the cutest little pansy holders with eggshells from our chickens and some ceramic egg cups that I got a few years back at World Market for $1.

This year’s Easter Plans

Two of my three kids will be home for Easter this year. We haven’t had that many family members around our table since pre-covid. I hope you enjoyed how to make a beautiful tablescape very inexpensively.

I can’t wait to share with you my Easter brunch menu and recipes on my Saturday post!



  1. Happy Easter! How wonderful that you get your family around your Easter table. What a lovely tablescape. I love the copper, it’s so beautiful. Where did you get the napkin rings?

    1. Hum! I don’t have napkin rings on this table. On my St. Pats table I had ones that I got from Pier 1.

  2. Elizabeth@pineconesandacorns says:

    I love your beautiful Easter table! This is so beautiful!

    1. You’re so sweet Elizabeth. I’m having so much fun with my new table. I’ve switched it up three times and expect that I’ll do it again soon. 😉

  3. Leslie Watkins says:

    Oh, Lynn! I love it. Love that copper and those eggs with pansies are the sweetest! I need to make a trip to the Dollar Tree!

    1. The pansy egg cups are so easy and so inexpensive. When I’m done with them I will tuck them into my spring pots on my porch; eggshell and all.

  4. Easter has always been our blended family holiday, this year we will celebrate with friends on the day since grown children are working. Tablescapes make it so special. I love your ideas!

    1. Thank you Sweetie – I love playing around with my table decorations. Easter has always been a quiet holiday for us. When our kids were in college they typically didn’t come home because it’s a 6-hour drive and they didn’t get any days off for Easter. This year we are having friends and a few of our kids which is something new for us. Looking forward to it.

      Unfortunately, I had it in my mind that I had another weekend. When I realized it’s next weekend, I panicked. I need to kick it into high gear!

      Thank you for taking the time to read my little blog and always offering encouragement!

  5. Egg cups are adorable. Love them. Happy you get to have family vet to enjoy that table and menu. The copper is so unusual, I need some. Makes me want a Moscow mule. 🐰

    1. Thanks Regina – My daughter Emma is a actually a big fan of Moscow Mules, she just might have that instead of a Mimosa for brunch 🙂

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