Easter Nest Centerpiece and Tablescape
I decided to do a natural "Easter nest” centerpiece for the week of Easter. Using a woodland theme, I wanted the centerpiece to look like you found it while walking in a lush forest. I am using plants that will go in my flower beds as soon as it is warm enough.
You can use a basket or tray container to put the plants in and cover the sides with moss, or make the nest directly on the table, just be sure to put a waterproof liner under the plants to protect the table.
I started with a roll of moss, found at a local nursery. I didn’t want to use moss the entire length of the table so I cut it to make a base for my nest. Using Fuldaglut Stonecrop, a Sedum ground cover for my basket and adding grapevine, ivy, and ribbon to fill in. The center was left open to place the téte á téte for a burst of yellow color.
Adding a few sweet collectibles tucked into and around the nest and I’m finished. So easy and so pretty, perfect for Easter.
The French Hutch dressed for spring.
Bunny topiary with Angel vine
Happy Polka-Dot Plant
Old Quimper cup and saucer filled with Jelly beans.
And, a few old friends.