Fiesta Easter Tablescape for the Kids!

Easter Fiesta Tablescape for Kids!

I got a little colorful with this kid’s Easter tablescape, hence the “fiesta” in the title! Although there are only 2 “kids” in the family (& one is more like an infant who can’t even sit at her own table lol), I still couldn’t resist practicing a fun table setup! I found these wildly-colored Easter egg plates at the Target, as always & had to get to work on a bright, kids table right away! The bold colors remind of all the summer fiestas I see in my future.

Easter Fiesta Tablescape for Kids!

First things first, the table cloth. This is a kid’s table, so I just used a sheet! We’re strictly a no-top-sheet household; so they’re always lying around. I wanted all the elements to be soft & kid-friendly. They should be able to play with everything on table.

Which is what led me to making my “runner.” I laid felt carrots (Target dollar spot) down the length of the table then piled on pom-pom ribbon & ric-rac. The rainbow ric-rac is a favorite!

Centerpieces consisted of cheap baskets, Easter grass & empty, plastic eggs. All ready to be played with or looked upon. Whatever happens happens at the kid’s table y’all!

I had 2 thoughts with the bowls of candy on the table. 1- They can just eat it. 2- They can fill the empty eggs in the baskets for each other with the candy. Either way, it adds a super colorful element.

Easter Fiesta Tablescape for Kids!

Easter Fiesta Tablescape for Kids!

Easter Fiesta Tablescape for Kids!

The Easter egg paper plates are a Target find. I was pleasantly surprised when I opened the package of plates & found 3 different designs inside! I had no idea. The daisies are probably cutest! Each place setting got a set of PEEPS, because why not? It’s Easter & they add even more color! Which is obvs the theme here!

I used green plasticware & orange napkins to create carrots. It’s a simple idea that can go a long way! I took the same idea with green mason jars & orange drinking straws. I also broke my “soft” table look with the glasses, but it was too cute not to incorporate! I may do the same thing for my real Easter table too!

Easter Fiesta Tablescape for Kids!

Easter Fiesta Tablescape for Kids!

Easter Fiesta Tablescape for Kids!

Most importantly, each plate holds a little, baby chick! I created name cards that will double as houses for the chicks, perfect for play! The name cards were actually a DIY banner kit from Target. I found them on clearance & wasn’t sure what I’d use them for, but knew they’d go perfectly on my kid’s table. I folded them in half & placed a letter sticker in the middle with each guest’s first initial. Perfect placecard/baby chick house combo.

Easter Fiesta Tablescape for Kids!

Do you set special tables for the kiddos? I love using the bright color scheme & creating a soft table that encourages play!

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Easter Fiesta Tablescape for Kids!

 Fiestas & Blessings Y’all!

Cathryne



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