Easter is such a special holiday for my family, and today I wanted to share a little bit about why I love Easter. I’m also sharing some Easter dinner ideas including a pack of free Easter decorations I created to make your Easter dinner beautiful, meaningful and totally easy to pull off!
In the past we’ve shared lots of Easter ideas, but this year I wanted to design a set of Easter decorations focused on the Savior and the important reason we celebrate this holiday.
The kit includes a decorative banner, placemats, placecards, napkin rings, party flags and more. My family has a big, Easter brunch, but these pieces would also be perfect to dress up your Easter dinner or use them for an egg decorating party or egg hunt.
Whether you’re hosting Easter dinner, an Easter brunch or some other type of celebration, you can use this packet of coordinating Easter decorations to make your table festive. The templates include instructions, and while I show them used as Easter table settings, most of the pieces are multi-purpose so they’ll be easy to incorporate with your family’s existing Easter traditions.
However, if you want some new Easter dinner ideas, to help your family focus on the Savior, the templates also have suggestions for creating some new, meaningful Easter traditions.
For my Easter table settings I created a #Hallelujah placemat featuring one of my favorite Easter scriptures. I decided to make the placemats purple since it’s generally the color associated with royalty — it just seemed so fitting for a feast celebrating the King of Kings.
There are also these bracket cards, available in coral or purple, that you can use as placecards. They can also be used as food labels for a buffet or even as name tags on Easter baskets or other gifts.
There are also these colorful Easter party flags. I used them in sandwiches, but they can also be muffin or cupcake toppers or wrap them around straws. I used the XL Party Flags to decorate our lemonade bottles (shown above).
The Easter Party Punchables can also be used as toppers, there are three different designs in the template. Use a 2-inch circle punch to quickly cut them out. You can also scatter these circles as confetti down the center of your Easter dinner table.
My favorite part of these Easter decorations are these Scripture Strips that can be used as napkin rings (or as labels on water bottles). Have everyone take turns reading their scriptures out loud to tell the Easter Story. There are 12 scriptures in all, and the same scriptures are also on round scripture tags.
If you will be having less than 12 people, you can use these round tags to supplement by tying the additional scriptures onto glasses or flatware. You could also put the Scripture tags inside of the eggs in your Easter hunt or tie them onto items in your children’s Easter baskets and have the kids look them up! I also used the 2-inch circle punch to cut out these scripture tags.
Finally, don’t miss this coordinating “He Lives” Easter banner that I shared last week. It’s the easiest Easter decoration — you can literally whip one up in just a few minutes.
I’d love to see what you do with these free printables! Please share a photo of your Easter celebrations on Instagram and tag #Hallelujah and @PagingSupermom, so I can check them out!
If you have four minutes, watch this video where I explain my inspiration for this collection of free printable Easter Decorations.
I often get questions where I found certain items so here’s a handy reference for you:
Napkin Fabric: JoAnn Quilter’s Showcase in Peach Polka Dot
White Square Dishes
Gold Flatware (similar to shown)
White & Gold Globe
19-inch Christus Statue
Gold Binder Clips
4-inch Lollipop Sticks
2-inch Circle Punch
Mini Hole Punch
The BEST Scissors