I loved the colors of the plastic eggs that I found at Target and Dollar Tree so I wanted to use a lot of color for the table. I started with a simple tablescape with a springtime vinyl table cloth that I already had on hand. Vinyl is perfect for wiping up spills and messes especially when egg decorating. Mixing and matching different plates and napkins, I created colorul place settings for the kids to eat their snacks on. I used purple plastic plates for chargers and our own spring green ceramic plates, then folded colorful napkins diagonally and placed a plastic fork on top. The napkins were a steal at Ikea for .88 cents a pack. I sprinkled the table with some of the party tags I designed for Easter, as well.
For the centerpiece, I crafted an Easter egg tree out of foam moss and styrofoam Easter Eggs. The trunk of the tree is a paper straw and the base is a bucket I already had in my party inventory and used a styrfoam form to anchor it. This was a simple project and cost less than $7 to make!
Ever since I saw these Cupcake Poppers here - I've been dying to make them. Keep in mind, all of this work was done in the wee hours of the morning, so it's not my best, but WHO CARES - the kids are gonna eat 'em up regardless!
The kids will hunt for plastic eggs outside, but indoors, they will have fun decorating edible eggs. For this table, I filled small bowl with grass filler and hard boiled eggs, then set out dye and crayons and markers.
I love popcorn baskets for parties - they're my new thing. I made these with the pattern paper I designed for my Easter Egg Hunt collection and added a paper medallion to the side - it reminded me of a daisy! To make the box into a basket I added the handle and filled it with grass and chocolate eggs.
Here is a few view of the table. I hope you were inspired to create something fun & festive for your Easter table!
Oh and if you want to have your own Easter Egg Hunt - here are some free printables for you - HAPPY EASTER!