Let These 10 Spring Centerpieces Inspire Your Easter Table

An alfresco tablescape with a lemon printed tablecloth and a floral centerpiece surrounded by lemons.
Photography by John O’Hagan, Styling by Dorothy Walton

Text by Bethany Adams

You may have your Easter menu planned to perfection, but if you’re looking for a little inspo for the décor to go with it, we’re here to help! From twists on classic floral displays to fun and fresh ideas, these spring centerpieces will help you kick off your holiday spread and share a little extra seasonal joy with everyone at the table.


A dough bowl filled with moss and three bunny figurines.
Image by Lizzy Designs Blog

If simplicity and ease are your style, this sweet display will exceed your expectations with abundant beauty. A trio of figurines nestled into a moss-filled dough bowl couldn’t be easier to assemble, but it’s certain to charm everyone at your table.

Branching Out

A glass canister filled with dyed eggs and branches.
Image by StoneGable Blog

If your tablescape needs a little height, foraged branches are the perfect go-to. Pair them with your favorite receptacle or follow this blogger’s lead and craft a full display by anchoring them in a glass vase with holiday-appropriate filler.

Simple and Sweet

A tablescape with blush linens and florals.
Image by Rooms for Rent

Blush and orange create a lighthearted palette on this spring table that utilizes light woods and splashes of shining metal for a balanced elegance. With a spread this simple, consider nestling your floral display in a vessel that provides texture and visual interest, naturally elevating the monochrome blooms within.

A Little Bit Longer

A long wooden box filled with flowers and used as a table runner.
Image by Rachel Parcell

A classic bouquet will always bring elegance to your table, but why not spread the love? This elongated example of floral splendor serves double duty as both a centerpiece and a runner, evoking images of garden rows in bloom.

Natural Wonders

A tablescape with glass canisters filled with plants and Easter eggs.
Image by Bless’er House

Forgo bouquets and vases this year in favor of a display fit for a naturalist’s table. A collection of apothecary jars turned makeshift terrariums celebrates the beauty in simple elements like moss, birds’ nests, and foraged wildflowers. See more here.

Farm to Table

A head of lettuce used as a vase for tulips.
Image by Darling Darleen

For a truly fresh spin on your typical vase, take a cue from this display that showcases a vibrant spray of tulips nestled into a head of cabbage. Personalize it with the floral variety of your choice for an organic, spring-ready centerpiece. Get the DIY here.

Tulips in Tiers

A tablescape with a floral tablecloth and a yellow tulipiere.
Photography by John O’Hagan, Styling by Lucy Finney and Lily Simpson

If floral arranging isn’t your strength, a tulipiere may just be your best friend. These fun and fanciful vessels come in a variety of shapes and styles, meaning there’s sure to be one to fit your Easter table, and they make showing off those spring blooms sweetly straightforward.

A Thoughtful Touch

A floral centerpiece placed in a bowl of lemons.
Photography by John O’Hagan, Styling by Dorothy Walton

Pair your flowers with a complementary element to elevate your centerpiece from simple to stunning. Here, a basket of seasonal citrus serves as a colorful base for a classic arrangement that doesn’t have to try too hard to be eye-catching.

Daisy, Daisy . . .

A centerpiece of yellow daisies.
Photography by John O’Hagan, Styling by Lucy Finney

Need a last-minute option that’s just as beautiful as its more complex counterparts? Collect a handful of your favorite blooms from the garden and display them in a contrasting vessel—like this green Depression glass—for a quick centerpiece that still brings seasonal joy to the table.

Three’s Company

Three chinoiserie ginger jars with colorful blooms.
Photography by Jim Bathie, Styling by Sidney Bragiel

Multicolored bouquets arranged with a variety of blooms can make your table shine, but they’re far from the only way to go. For a fun take that shows off each flower’s unique beauty, group your selections together in a trio of vases—the chinoiserie pieces shown here create cohesion in the display through their shared style and color.

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