To get this look for a simple kid-friendly Easter table setting to consider collecting items you have on hand. Look for items that are kid-friendly (non-breakable) and colorful.
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We used the same premium paper plates and napkins as the adult table but added only kid-friendly items to delight our young diners. If you have a non-breakable plastic those would work nicely too.
The paper plates and napkins were our only purchase for our Easter table settings. I think I will invest in fabric buffalo check napkins in the same colors since I adore this look and can use fabric napkins all year.
The adult table is organic and pretty, but too many breakable items for our younger guests. For example, Great-Grandmother’s books, glass cloches, glass cake stands, glass apothecary jar, and box-woods. You can read more about the adult Easter table HERE.
The items we used in this centerpiece: wood slice, decoupaged eggs, ducky friends, Easter egg tree, Easter hankie, twig nest with Blue Bird eggs, and moss-covered bunny.
We made this tree a long time ago and have used it for all the holidays. It is super easy to change the decorations that we hang from the branches. It was almost free since I used a clay pot and paint I had on hand. The branches were from my yard, so the only purchase was the spray foam insulation that I used to hold the branches in the pot.
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