The table is not the only thing that I like to dress up in Easter finery - I also like to dress our dining room chairs up, too. A sweet little spring wreath is tied to the back of each chair at my table with beautiful organza ribbon as a way to tie the whole look of my Easter table together in such a nice way. Though small in size and not very complicated to craft, these little wreaths make each guest feel extra special when they take their seat at the Easter table.
Customize the look of your chair wreaths to fit the design of your Easter or spring dinner party table using ribbon in any color. Also, while I used little eggs to embellish my wreaths, you can opt for an alternative embellishment to better fit your table's theme.
small 3-inch grapevine wreaths
small white craft egg
organza ribbon in 2 widths and shades of purple
Step 1: Glue a little bunch of Easter grass to the inside of each wreath with hot glue. Add a little dab of glue to a tiny white egg and place it in the nest.
Step 2: Run some long lengths of two complimentary colored ribbons around the back of your chairs. Slip the little wreath onto the ribbon and tie in a loose knot. Tuck a little piece of silk fern or ivy into the wreaths to give it an extra fine look.
Tie your Easter table theme together with our craft tutorials for purple flower napkin rings, spring nest place cards and an elegant centerpiece that captures both the Easter celebration and spring season simply, yet beautifully!