With Easter just over a week away, our thoughts have turned to updating our entertaining and seasonal décor with pretty pastels, warm metallics, and bountiful florals. Whether hosting an Easter brunch for 12 or making an intimate holiday dinner for just a few, these easy but stylish DIY projects spotted on Pinterest will add a pretty layer of loveliness to your table.

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We love the modern, painterly effect of this technique, and how it elevates any table. Go for a restrained palette like what’s seen here for a modern take, or combine a wider-variety of different hues for an additional artistic feel.
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Candlestick Egg Vases


Utilising an existing set of varying height candlesticks as egg holders is a minimal yet elegant way to add height to your Easter table, or use them to adorn your mantle as seen here. We love this use of white glass holders, but a metallic take on the look would be equally stylish.
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Origami Surprise Box


Utilising cheery, floral wallpaper, these unique gift boxes are a new take on a party favour. A few careful folds and you’re ready to stuff with eggs, candy, and whatever else you want to share! Leave the sculptural items in the center of your table for a unique and double-duty centerpiece.
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Printable Treat Bags or Place Cards


Utilising plain cardstock and this free printable template, these easy cellophane gift bags or place cards are perfect for small candy eggs and some festive grass. We love how they evoke the spirit of an Easter egg hunt, even if your brunch is an adults-only affair.
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Flower Easter Basket


Upgrade your classic Easter basket by decorating the outside with a mix of gorgeous spring flowers. Well-hydrated blooms and some glue-gun patience are all it takes to make a show-stopping centerpiece.
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Dip-Dye Vase and Foraged Florals


This hand-dyed vase brings a pop of color to a table when paired with an arrangement of vibrant wild flowers. With only three supplies, this vase is a cinch to create and will be the perfect container for flowers throughout spring and into summer.
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Easter Egg Terrarium


Oversized plastic eggs with clear lids, spray paint (in a color of your choice), and a few decorative air plants are all it takes to make a living arrangement, perfect for those who don’t possess a green thumb. Another great favor idea, they can be placed at each guest’s table setting and serve as a parting gift.
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Will you be attempting any of these festive projects? Share with us below!