Easter Lunch Styling
Don’t you just love Easter, the only time of year when it’s acceptable to eat chocolate for breakfast, lunch, tea and any time in - between, but chocolate aside, if you’re looking to make your Easter table look as inviting as the delicious chocolate eggs then read on to hear a few styling tips.
1) Homemade vases - cut tops off hard boiled eggs and remove the contents. Line the shells with cling film, pop into tealight holders, fill with water & add small bunches of primroses or small flowers of your choice.
2) Create a beautiful centrepiece - if you have kids or even adult sized kids, get them all involved by decorating blown eggs then hanging from twigs foraged from the garden and placed in a large jug in the middle of your table.
3) Add interest to your table by introducing different textures. Create mini nests with craft raffia and place on each plate. Fill with mini eggs. Definitely a place setting I’d be very happy to sit down to!
4) Bring the outside in and use artificial grass to create an unusual but fabulous table runner or table cloth.
5) To add some height to your table try using tiered cake stands and filling each layer with hot cross buns, interspersed with foil wrapped eggs.