This Easter dinner table comes with a handmade, unorthodox centerpiece and a cool contemporary look.
The Easter eggs on this dinner table are hand dyed duck eggs. They're larger than most chicken eggs. (Dyeing instructions, tips & tricks here!)
If you're dyeing eggs for a color scheme that contains clean white hues (like these plates and vases), it's safest to use white eggs, because the dyes look much fresher and cleaner on them. (I do have a soft spot for dyed brown eggs, though!)
The little kraft paper nests take the sleek edge off this Easter table setting by adding 'natural' color and unruly, accidental shapes. They are extremely easy and quick to create - learn how to make paper Easter nests here!
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