I used glass plates over dinner plates and added a fun green striped paper underneath with an initial sticker in lieu of place cards. I think glass plates are a staple just like white plates. They can be dressed up in so many different ways.
I also used a scrap piece of orange gingham fabric and rolled the flatware into little carrots with green napkins stuffed in the top.
My favorite part are the orange mercury glass votives (found in the Michaels dollar section) that I stuffed with floral foam and stuck in a white chocolate bunny pop and some faux greenery.
Here's a closer look at the centerpiece using all items that I already had except for the candy and Easter grass.
An orange jelly bean carrot bouquet. My daughter loves this!
Those Lindt chocolate hazelnut carrots are sooooo delicious! It's like nutella on a stick - yum!
These were the only plastic eggs I decorated. I just used a little puffy paint (circa 1980); do you remember that stuff? I had quite a few of those foil wrapped Reeses eggs in there, and some critter ate them up before I got a chance to snap these photos!
So what are your plans for Easter? Are you a big breakfast peep or are you more of a brunch kind of peep? And speaking of peeps, am I the only person on Earth that doesn't actually like Peeps? I also don't like Cadbury eggs. Am I weird?
** The glass domes, hurricane, beaded dinner plates, and table runner (which is actually two dish towels layered over each other) are all Willow House items. To see more Willow House products click on the "Shop My Willow House Store" button on the sidebar.
Linking up to Table Top Tuesday, Between Naps on the Porch, Just a Girl, and Serenity Now.