Easter Table Inspiration With A Matching Dessert

Hoppy Easter friends (almost anyway) I have a super fun Easter table idea for you thats very simple. I created this with items I already have and then made the napkin rings with very few supplies. It’s a quick, inexpensive and cute way to dress up a unique Easter table. However, the star of the table is the matching dessert. Read along for more details….



I love setting tables for holidays and Easter is one of my favorites. I think it’s because I love this fresh new take on the season  and all things bright and fresh. I created this easy table keeping it simple and adding the dessert as the showpiece-plus it’s quick to make and yummy!


Theme idea:

Peter rabbit’s dinner- ok that was a stretch but I wanted to focus on the dessert so I kept the table itself simple by using black and white. I love how the orange pops against it. The mix of patterns makes it a bit more whimsical too.




Place Settings:


I started with a burlap ruffle edge placemat to warm things up and create a base for the black charger to pop a little. Then I added the dinner plate and made these napkin rings. I mean it took all but 30 minutes. I purchased the carrots at Hobby Lobby and hot glued them to some wooden rings, also form Hob Lob… That’s it! Then I used a smaller check napkin to contrast with the buffalo check table runner.




I placed a large buffalo check runner down the center of the table, added my everyday black hurricane candles (old and I have no source, sorry). Then I used my MacKenzie Child’s check pitcher to hold some faux (but you could use real) tulips and tucked in a few extra carrots I had left over . That’s it!





How cute are these dirt cup carrot gardens? So easy and delish.



Step 1

Make instant chocolate pudding and place into clear glass or plastic cups.



Step 2

Add crushed chocolate cookies to the top to look like dirt clumps.



Step 3

Make the “carrots”- just melt white chocolate and add orange food coloring.



Step 4

Dip large strawberries into the chocolate and let them harden-Be sure to keep the green stems on them. Then place your carrots in the pudding cups and that’s all there is to it.







I love how casual and fun this table is. You can’t help but smile seeing it and what fun for Easter dinner, for kids or kids at heart.



Hope you enjoyed this different take on Easter table looks. I have more ideas here Easter Table Inspiration With A DIY Napkin Ring or here How To Create A Beautiful Easter Table . So many ideas to choose from there is something for everyones style.



I hope this inspired you and it made you smile! I bet you are craving chocolate pudding now right? lol.

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Happy Entertaining







March 30, 2021


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