It’s become a tradition in our house to decorate our little eat-in kitchen table for each holiday, birthday, etc… The girls get up and run straight to the kitchen in the morning. It’s so fun to see them happy and excited and it doesn’t take much to set it up and add a few treats and surprises. This bunny-themed kids Easter tablescape took 10 minutes to set up and is budget-friendly!
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I created this simple “Easter tree” centerpiece by hanging speckled eggs on faux cherry blossom stems. These are faux eggs that I reuse each year so they are nice and sturdy and the kids can play with them.
It adds so much interest to the table without having to spend a fortune on fresh flowers or spend a lot of time making something elaborate!
Most of the paper goods I found for the table like the Easter-themed plates, and the bunny napkins and gift bags are from Meri Meri. I found some of these items at Homesense and the rest are from Etsy!
I put more faux eggs in the egg cups and added tiny sparkly faux carrots that I found at the dollar store to the plates. The girls actually played with them for a long time before we could convince them to eat any real food!
I used my trusty pink floral glasses again. I use these for almost every party I set up for the girls. They look forward to having sparkling “wine” when they see these pretty cups! Pink linen placemats and white charger plates finish the look.
The little bunny favour bags were perfect for collecting mini eggs that I had hidden around the house. The girls reused them later to give some small gifts to their friends.
The girls loved these little Easter bunny costumes. They would be a great addition to an Easter basket!
I just can’t with how cute these little fluffy tails are!!
The girls matching rompers are from Smash+TESS, a Canadian company that I love. I actually have one in my size that matches! I put them folded on their chairs so they could put them on in the morning along with their new bunny costumes.
I set this tablescape up a few days before Easter so that we could take pictures (life of a blogger lol). So I hid a few mini eggs around the house and they had so much fun hopping around to find them. On Easter morning the Easter Bunny will leave their baskets at their places and will hide the rest of their treats around the house!
I hope you are inspired to create a bright and fun kid’s Easter tablescape for the littles in your home! Hoppy Easter!
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