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Our family celebrates Easter with all the cousins, aunts, uncles and grandparents for an annual Easter Egg hunt.  We have done a variety of get-togethers that have included brunch; we have had picnics at the park, and dinner gatherings.

If you are hosting an Easter get-together there are ways to stretch your dollar and still add festive touches without spending a lot of money. Here are some fun ideas for simple DIY Table Décor that is easy on the budget.  Check out pictures of these simple DIY table decor on the blog at

Egg Place Setting Name Cards

Use an egg as a table name card.  I decorated my hardboiled egg using edible markers, simply with the name, one with a flower, one with a butterfly.  You could use dyed eggs if you prefer.  I placed a paper doily on the plate and then placed the hard-boiled egg in a cupcake wrapper with some Easter paper grass.  I think this is such a cute idea for brunch or a dinner get together.  I used a real hard-boiled egg, I used Nest Fresh eggs, they were on sale this week at my local Save Mart and I really loved the way the brown egg looks. You could also use craft eggs for the kids’ table or if you will be at a picnic and the eggs will be outside for a long period of time.  If you are using hardboiled eggs be sure to eat your eggs as an appetizer or refrigerate for later.

I love using Nest Fresh eggs I’ve had them delivered right to my house using Amazon Fresh! I love supporting companies that support regional farms.  NestFresh employs a national network of regional farms to produce and supply farm fresh eggs in a local and sustainable system. Nest Fresh was the first egg to become Non-GMO Project Verified.  You can enjoy your eggs knowing that your ingredients are of the best quality.  NestFresh believes healthy chickens lead to healthy eggs.

Carrot Napkin Utensils

This is such a simple and budget-friendly way to add an adorable Easter touch to your table.

What you need:

  • Orange Napkins
  • Green Plastic Utensils
  • Ribbon or Twine

Lay the orange napkin so it looks like a diamond, place your green utensils in the middle and wrap.  Tie with some ribbon or twine.

Using plastic utensils makes it great for everyone you could use at a brunch or picnic.  I love using plastic cutlery when I can I’m all for less dishwashing.

Easter Branch Vase

I love decorating on a budget, using what I have and incorporating nature which costs me nothing.

What you need:

  • Vase
  • Branch or branches

Scrapbook paper (to make eggs, crosses, bunnies or any other Easter themed decorations to hang on your branches).
Easter Egg Template – FREE DOWNLOAD HERE:

Place the branch in your vase, I added Easter grass in the vase.  Cut out your Easter themed shapes using this free Easter Egg Template, you can use flat paper eggs and use a punch hole and ribbon to hang them on your branches.  You can also fold each egg cutout in half and use double-sided tape to make the 3-D Eggs. I used 5 egg cut-outs to make my 3-D Eggs. This beautiful Easter decoration cost me nothing, I already had everything to make it. This vase looks great on the dining room table as a centerpiece, on a fireplace mantle, or any shelf.


I hope these inexpensive ideas help you add Easter touches to your home.  Enjoy the Easter season celebrating with your friends and family relishing in the season and time together.

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