Want to up your Easter game, but in a way that’s EASY and budget friendly? Check out these Easter Table Decorations for kids!
I’m so excited to show you my first photo shoot in our new home! These Easter Table Decorations for kids almost look too good for a kiddie table!
If you haven’t followed along yet for my new house, check it out on Instagram.
One of the things I fell in love with this house was the kitchen…specifically this gigantic island that I knew would be great for entertaining.
When we get our new counter stools, we’ll have enough room to seat 7 people. And I love that these counter tops are really easy to clean, so of course this is where the kiddie table goes!
With everything that is happening in the world right now (lookin’ at you, Coronavirus), I think it’s important to keep up morale. One of the things that brings me and my kids the most joy is decking out our home for the holidays.
What I also love about this, is I didn’t have to leave my house to get supplies and everything you see here comes from Oriental Trading.
And I mean everything! I got all my Easter Egg hunt supplies – eggs, candy, toys, plus all the decor you see here.
Kiddie Easter Table Supplies
- Happy Day Plates
- Mint Plates
- Gold Chargers
- Paper cups
- Gold Cutlery
- Gold Straws
- Blank Craft Easter Eggs
- Easter Bunny Egg Holders
- Party Fans
- Fringe Napkins
- Snack Cones
- Gold Cording
- Cellophane Bags
- Gift Bags
- Gold Trimmed Vase
- Pink Peonies (guys, these are huge at 27″ long! I ordered way too many, so keep that in mind!)
- White Flowers
- White Feathers
Candy and Treats
- Gold Easter Eggs
- Pink Plastic Easter Eggs
- Peanut Butter Cups
- Egg Shaped spring toys (I know, I’m sounding super generic, but trademarks! Also, these do not fit in the smaller eggs, so get some jumbo eggs, too)
- Easter Emoji Tattoos
- Lollipops (obviously won’t fit in the eggs, but still super fun!)
- Yellow Sixlets
- Mint Green Sixlets
- Stacking Crayons
- Easter mini yoyos
- Easter Egg Rings
How do I make my Easter Table Decor Budget friendly?
- Purchase decor that isn’t holiday specific. Because in my case, I’m not going to use 20 plates for this Easter kiddie table. I used 4. If you use generic plates, napkins, cups, etc, you can use them for other events, too!
- Keep it simple. This may look like I have a lot going on here, but it’s more about the placement than the number of products included. The treat cones and bunnies add some much needed height without breaking the bank.
- You don’t have to make things Pinterest perfect. I mean, you totally can if you want to…but also remember that I have to style everything so it looks great in pictures. For example, you can get by without the fans or the flowers. Pick and choose items you love so it fits in your budget.
One other thing I love about these Easter Table Decorations was that it was so incredibly easy to put together. I usually have to design printables, put everything together…all that stuff which I love, but right now, I’m too stressed to put in the effort.
I had this Easter Kiddie Table done in under an hour. And that’s with the pressure of making everything photo ready! The biggest effort was lettering monograms on the Easter eggs…and if you know me, you know I love that crap.
And on that note, I want you all to know I appreciate you and please stay healthy.
If you need something to get your mind off everything for a bit, you know where to find me!
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