How to decorate your Easter lunch table  

 

With the confinement still in place and gatherings still forbidden, this Easter will most likely be similar to that of 2020, that is, celebrated only with the members of each household. If you have family members in your home with whom to spend Easter, today we present you some ideas on how to decorate your Easter lunch table simply and originally.

 

Choose a colour palette

To give your table more harmony, choose a festive colour palette and keep the theme throughout your table. This will create a link between each element.

 

Colourful eggshells

Eggs are one of the most characteristic elements of Easter. Decorating Easter eggs is a very fun activity to do with children. Take a needle and make a small hole in the top and bottom of an egg. The interior should immediately come out of the shell leaving it with a hollow shell, perfect for decorating.

To strengthen the shell, put it in the microwave for 15 to 20 seconds or in the oven previously heated to 150 ° C for 10 minutes. And don't forget to take some family time decorating the eggshells with paints, stickers or glitter.

 

Surprise bags

Everyone likes little surprises. Surprise bags are an ideal element to surprise your family. Get paper or cloth bags, put sweets, such as traditional Easter almonds, inside and close with a little string or an elastic band.

 

Decorate with a centrepiece

Choose to place a different arrangement in the centre of the table. You can order a bunch of flowers or use flowers you picked up on a walk. Try to add elements that refer to Easter, such as carrots, eggs and chocolate almonds.

 

Get into the festive spirit and party to the fullest with your closest family.

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