It may not be quite warm enough for spring bouquets, Paris-themed picnics, and sweet tea on the front porch, but it’s certainly early enough for the season’s prettiest pastels! If you’ve been shopping for Easter centerpieces and can’t seem to find the right one, you’ve come to the right place. Make an Easter centerpiece that’s utterly unique using an Easter wreath, some mossy green filler, a clear glass bowl, sea glass, and a small birdcage or cloche covering. Let’s get started pulling together an easy Easter centerpiece!
DIY Easter Centerpiece Materials
- 1 Easter Wreath (or Boxwood/Natural Grass Wreath)
- 1 Tall Pillar Candle
- Handful of Mossy Green Filler or Dried Grass
- Wide Glass Bowl
- Small Wire Birdcage
- Sea Glass
- Burlap Table Runner (optional)
- Gold Filler Eggs (optional)
Start by placing your wide glass bowl in the center of the Easter wreath. Add the sea glass to the bowl, leaving room in the middle of the bowl for your pillar candle.
Add your tall pillar candle.
Cover the candle with the wire birdcage, gently scooting the sea glass out of the way of the birdcage.
Surround the birdcage with mossy green filler or dried grass.
Center your Easter centerpiece atop a burlap runner and surround with gold filler eggs.
Or, let the table runner shine and forget the gold filler eggs!
As Easter hops closer and closer, how will you get your home ready? Let us know in a comment below and share your Easter centerpieces with us on Instagram with #mykirklands!
Don’t have time to make your own Easter centerpieces? You can make a pennant banner in 10 minutes or less with pastel colored craft paper instead!