Each year as a part of our Easter festivities, my kids wake up on Easter morning to a decorated table setting just for them. I change it up from time to time, but they each have their own colorful bucket that I use to display Easter treats along with other fun decor and special touches. I’m excited to share my Kids Easter Table Setting to share some very simple ideas to make your home more festive for the holiday!
I found these adorable pastel-colored buckets at Hobby Lobby. I love filling them with green grass and how cute the peeps look sitting there with their little ears peeping out. Last year I used the peeps that are shaped like chicks and they were really cute too. Do your kids love peeps as much as mine? My kids are certainly fans. I saved the remaining peeps for the Easter Bunny to place in their baskets.
I found this plaid plastic tablecloth along with matching napkins at Walmart. I will often use a cloth or plastic tablecloth as a table runner instead. I love using white tablecloths, but having a table runner gives you the creative freedom to use different textures, patterns, and colors. For Easter, I love having the combination of the pastels with the bright turquoise, I think it’s fun to have the pop of color in the midst of pastels.
I have a stash of paper goods, napkins and straws, in fact, I may be a hoarder. Someone please tell me you do this too! I keep several colors of straws and cups on hand because it’s such an easy way to make a kid-table festive, and I love being able to throw something like this together quickly. I keep red on hand for Valentine’s Day, green on hand for St. Patrick’s day, etc. Keep things like this in stock make pulling a table together like this very simple. This table took me literally minutes to put together.
The little white cake plate is a find from Home Goods. I purchased two and found a square cake plate that matches as well. They were so inexpensive and because they are small they are easy to store in my china closet. I have used them over and over again! I love the gold foil Lindt chocolate bunnies as the centerpiece. Last year I used pink roses, which are fun. But I do love the gold touch to the table, and if you’ve seen the Easter Dinner Recipes and Menu I shared last week, then you’ll see those gold bunnies are in my formal dining room as well!
I hope you enjoyed this simple Kids Easter Table Setting, and that you will pin it now so you have it later. I feel so blessed to be able to spend this holiday surrounded by my family, and blessed to be able to celebrate the meaning surrounding the holiday. I can live, because HE is Risen! Happy Easter from my family to yours!