Easy DIY Easter Centerpiece
Easter Sunday is just around the corner, and I know everyone is planning brunches and lunches! And the best of all, Easter egg hunts! I’m honestly so excited because I feel like this is the first year that Aria will actually have a blast hunting for eggs! I’m guessing we will have to bring Rishi eggs. =)
Nonetheless, it’s always fun to have a pretty table set up for guests when they come over. Playing host can be oh so fun!
I wanted to come up with a cute, stress free way of creating decor for the party. All you’ll need are flowers and eggs!! I mean, it doesn’t get any easier than that!
Because it’s spring, there are so many beautiful flower options everywhere! I almost bought tulips for this fun centerpiece, but went with ranunculus! I mean, these colors were beyond gorgeous and I just couldn’t get past it given that I got the entire bunch for $10!! YASSSSSSS.
The other thing you may want is a little dish to actually put the egg shells in but they look pretty cute on their own as well. I saw this at the mothership (target, duh) and it was $7 so I jumped all over it. I couldn’t find it on the site to link it but thought this one would look so cute too!!
Start with cracking the eggs with a butter knife all the way around in the center so it breaks relatively evenly so you can use one egg to create two “vases”. You can always keep the eggs to make a brunch dish! No waste here!
I then very carefully lightly rinsed out the inside of the shell with a bit of water so that it could the flowers without getting all the runny egg juice on it. Ew. Sounds gross when typed like that.
Cut the flowers and start arranging!! I always like to add greenery so went ahead and also used the leaves of the stems.
Here is an example of what it would look like without using an egg dish. How adorbs is that? I die. Too stinkin’ cute.
Folks. It’s just that simple. It literally took me a total of 10 minutes to arrange this! Talk about being ready for a party completely stress free! You’re going to look like you spent hours on these! Work smart, not hard friends.
What are your Easter plans?!
Thanks for sharing tutorial for this easy DIY centerpiece. It’s so colorful and bright. Loved this idea. We hosted an Easter party at local party venues in Los Angeles. All had a great time, Next year, planning to host DIY party at home.