Have a Meaningful Easter Dinner with Resurrection Story Napkin Rings

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Did you know that to us Christians, Easter is more important than Christmas? It can be so hard to keep the day focused on the true meaning of Easter, but not impossible! I designed these resurrection printables to be used at Easter dinner as part of a religious place setting!

Printable egg-shaped napkin rings
Each of these eggs has a piece of the resurrection story, and they’re numbered. Basically, what you do is incorporate them into your table setting. After blessing your food around your Easter table, the resurrection story is read by everyone around the table! Just print them, cut them out, and tape them into a ring.
They can go around your napkins…
Egg-shaped napkin ring around napkin
…or they can stand up on their own right on your Easter place settings!
Egg napkin ring on plate

I broke the resurrection story down into 8 reading parts. If you need to use more than one at each place setting, that’s ok. If you have more than 8 guests for Easter dinner, I also included one matching sheet of blank eggs that you can use to fill in with. These can also be used for children who are too small to read, or as coordinating place cards. A few of the eggs have smaller reading parts- I did this so they could be used for new readers. 🙂 You’re welcome to download these religious Easter dinner helpers for free:

Resurrection Story Napkin Rings:

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Extra Blank Eggs

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*As always, download these before printing because Google Docs can be weird sometimes and only want to print half the page. Also, these were designed by me for personal use only yada yada yada, so don’t sell them or make me regret posting them on the internet for free, k? 😉 * 
Egg Napkin Ring Display


If you’d like to make your own so you can have the right number for your guests, here’s my printable resurrection story you can use as a jumping-off place.


This is the first year we will be incorporating the resurrection story into our Easter dinner, and I’m really excited about it! I would like to do something similar for Christmas dinner. I truly hope these Easter napkin printables can help your family have a meaningful Easter dinner! If you’re looking for more free Easter printables, be sure and check out my post from yesterday. :-)Actually, find all my Easter posts (and great ideas from Catholic Icing readers) at my Easter Link up! Keep the links coming! 🙂

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  1. I’m squealing over here in excitement to use these, thank you SO much for sharing this idea!

  2. Wow, thank you!!!!!!

    • Aw, you’re very welcome! I’m always happy when people find these because I really like them. 🙂

  3. thank u s much my children r going to love this

  4. I love Catholic Icing! Thanks for your creative ideas of sharing the joy of Resurrection with my family and my Catholic preschoolers!

  5. Can’t thank you enough for making all these wonderful resources for us to use!!!!! My kids love them!!
    God bless!!

  6. Thanks! These are great! 🙂

  7. Christina Dronen says

    I’m trying to figure out how to make Easter more special & memorable. I love these! I’m printing some for my family and sharing this one on my blog!