Martha Stewart’s Most Pinned Easter Ideas Will Have Your Spread Looking Amazing

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If you’re hoping to be inspired before the big Easter get-together, taking a peek at what home and entertaining guru Martha Stewart has in mind isn’t a bad place to star. Her eponymous magazine and website offer a wealth of decorating inspiration—from table settings to sophisticated Easter egg-dying ideas.

And to make it even easier, the team over at Martha Stewart has put together its most-pinned Easter ideas, and let me tell you something—there’s a reason the people of Pinterest are in love with these recipes, centerpieces and more.

Here, you’ll find everything from bunny-shaped cookies to the most darling daffodil candy cups. Trust me, your guests are bound to be impressed with these ultra-popular Easter ideas—and you’ll be motivated to start prepping the set-up in no time!

1. Bunny Cookies

Tie a bow around these or add frosting for an even more festive touch! There’s no going wrong with cookies this adorable. I mean, they’re almost too cute to eat. Almost. Get the recipe.

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2. Thread-Wrapped Easter Eggs

Easter decor doesn’t have to be complicated. Sometimes the slightest detail will make for a sophisticated spread. Take these thread-wrapped Easter eggs, for example. See how it’s done.

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3. Bunny Napkins

You can never have too many bunnies for this holiday, but finding the perfect way to display them can be easier said than done. Folding your napkins to make them look like they’ve got bunny ears? Now, that’s an adult way to set your Easter table, don’t you think? See how it’s done.

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4. Daffodil Candy Cups

There’s more than one way to display candy this season. Think outside of the Easter egg (haha get it?!) and try placing candy in little flowers this season. See how it’s done.

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5. Eggshell Flower Arrangements

These delicate little flower arrangements will perfectly complete a table setting. So get ready to wow your guests with simple yet oh so pretty decorations like this. See how it’s done.

Martha Stewart

Check out the article on Martha Stewart to see all of the ideas that made the “most-Pinned” list. But, you don’t have to let the Easter inspo stop there! Make sure you don’t miss these ideas to take your Easter egg hunt to the next level and these new and creative egg decorating ideas.

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