Apr 15, 2017

Finally, an Easter Tablescape That Isn't Cheesy

by Hadley Mendelsohn

The Kitchy Kitchen

If you're on the hunt for an Easter egg idea that's simultaneously a chic décor hack and a fun activity, you're in the right place. In this video from The Kitchy Kitchen, lifestyle blogger and chef extraordinaire Claire Thomas walks us through the steps for building Easter egg terrariums that are on-theme but don't play into the holiday clichés. Plus, these decorations will be a unique way to bring some green elements inside your home.


The Kitchy Kitchen

If you're hosting an Easter brunch, consider laying out all the ingredients on a picnic table for your guests to make their own terrariums to bring home with them as a goodie bag of sorts. Or make them ahead of time on your own and use them as tabletop décor in the entryway to greet your guests. Ready to start crafting your terrariums? Watch the video below for the full easy-to-follow directions.

Shop the chicest egg holders below before you start crafting. 

Vintage Copper German Egg Cups ($450 for five)

Shiny and sleek, these bronze egg cups will serve as a fun pop of color against the natural greens and décor you use for your terrarium.

Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Plain Egg Cup ($50)

These classic, hand-painted porcelain egg cups are dainty and Easter-ready. And you can use them all year long to eat your breakfast when they're not functioning as a mini vase for your terrariums. 

Sur la Table Italian Olivewood Egg Cup ($10)

For something a little more rustic, use a wood egg cup like this one. The olivewood tones and textures will bring warmth to your tablescape.

Are you going to try this Easter craft at home? Let us know how it goes in the comment section below.