Easter table decor for the picture perfect Sunday lunch

by Emily Gilbert |
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Stocking up on Easter eggs (courtesy of the Easter bunny of course) is easy, what about adding a few special Easter decorations to your dining table?

From table runners to cake stands, table centrepieces to egg cups, we’ve got everything you could need to create beautiful Easter table settings, however small your Easter party may be this year.

Talking Tables Artificial Grass Bunny Easter
Price: £10.99

Measuring 25cm, this cute Grass Easter Bunny Decoration makes the perfect centrepiece as part of your Easter table decor.

7 Pieces Wooden Easter Decorations
Price: £20.99

Made of durable wood, this seven piece set of decorations includes different bunny styles designed with Easter-related elements which can be placed around your dinner table for a sweet touch.

Reusable Artificial Grass Table Runner
Price: £14.15

Bring the outdoors in with this artificial grass table runner which is is 1.5 metres long and 40 cm wide. Not only suitable for Easter, you'll be able to reuse this table runner throughout the year.

Easter Tableware
Price: £16.99

If you don't fancy washing up, what about this cute tablewear set? The 69 piece set has everything you need for an Easter party including 8 big plates, 8 small plates, 8 cups, 8 forks, 8 knives, 8 spoons, 20 napkins and 1 tablecloth.

Party napkins
Price: £4.86

Napkins are a must for mopping up spills and messes and these disposable napkins make cleaning up quick and convenient as well as looking oh-so-cute.

Easter Bunny Ear Napkin Rings
Price: £13.99

You don't just need to stop at cute napkins - why not go one step further with these bunny ear napkin rings? The smooth surface won't scratch your napkin and can be used year after year.

If you are holding an Easter breakfast for your family, serve boiled eggs in this bunny egg cup. It'll be loved for mornings to come.

Ensure your table is protected with this gorgeous Easter tablecloth, made from 100 per cent cotton and patterned with bunnies, flowers, birds and more. Available in several sizes.

This little guy is almost too adorable to resist including in your Easter table decor. He's bound to make your family smile and will be a welcome addition every year.

Whether you're serving sandwiches or cakes, do it on this pretty plate made from stoneware and held by three sweet rabbits.

We all know how quickly flowers can try so these felt ones are the perfect solution. This handmade eco-friendly bouquet comes with daffodils, yellow and orange flowers and buds, wrapped in recyled white tissue paper and tied with string twine.

Treat your table guest to their very own carrot at Easter lunch. Each pack contains four colourful carrots made up of tissue paper layers. Simply peel the carrots to reveal jokes, temporary tattoos and little surprises that everyone will love.

Artificial Purple Hydrangea and Peony Floral Spring Wreath
Price: £17.3

Wreaths don't just have to hang on your front door, why not prop it in the middle of your dinner table? That are lots of different styles to choose from but we love the Spring colours of this one to add a pop of vibrance to your table.

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