An Easter table that combines the sophistication of adults, but also is the perfect kids Easter table with some fun surprises for the little ones and adults alike!
Once again I am joining Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate as she hosts another fabulous tablescape! You will find links to over 20 fun Easter tablescapes at the end of this post. Trust me, you will not want to miss a single one!
I think we can all remember those time’s during a holiday meal when you shared a little table with your siblings or cousins while the adults filled up the dining table!
This year, it is unlikely we will be having Easter dinner with our extended family. However, this means kids and adults alike will all be dining at the same table!
I decided to set a whimsical kids Easter table that the adults will enjoy too!
I love the challenge of creating this table given, with the exception of grocery stores and a no-contact flower farm, I had to really shop the house to bring this table to life.
I had a whole other vision for this table, but had to put my thinking cap on and rustle around my craft room to see what I could come up with. I am pretty please with how it turned out.
My daughter organized my craft room a couple of weeks ago, which made it easy to spot things that I could use to create a fun Easter table with that kids would love.
I spotted two half filled bags of dried moss, which became my inspiration. At either end of the table, in the centre, I created a “meadow” using the moss. I tucked in little straw carrots that I had purchased a while ago.
When I put in my last grocery pick up order, I included some Lindt mini gold bunnies and mini eggs. Tucked amongst the moss, the kids can “hunt” for the treats during dinner!
If you follow me on Instagram, you will know that we have many flower greenhouses that have resorted to creating no-contact drive through flower stands to help sell off their spring stock.
I purchased these pink anemones at one such stand, put them into little glass yogurt jars, and then tucked them amongst the moss. This was just want each little “meadow” needed to become a whimsical centerpiece.
I used my everyday blue plates stacked on top of my favorite jute placemats and dark wood chargers. Each is topped with a pink melamine plate.
Green plastic water goblets I forgot I even had, are perfect for this table.
An upside down moss covered flower pot is topped with a plate to create a cake stand. Simple vanilla cupcakes made from scratch, frosted with pink frosting and adorned with toasted coconut and purple peeps will be dessert!
I repurposed these DIY napkin rings. I simply filled each feather “nest” with mini candy eggs! Each holds a simply folded pink hemstitched napkin.
I used my Cricut to cut tiny pink bunny stickers, and placed each one on little brown paper bags. It is amazing what you can find when you really look! These four little bags were found at the bottom of a tin bread box filled with all kinds of stuff I didn’t know I had!
They are perfect for filling up with all the goodies hiding around the table!
That concludes the tour of my whimsical kids Easter table! I hope I have inspired you to look around your home and have some fun creating a table for your family this Easter.
Come Easter dinner, I know I will have fun being the adult at the kid’s table this year!
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Now it is time to explore all the other Easter tablescape links! Scroll down and enjoy!
Celebrate & Decorate
Create With Cynthia
Home is Where the Boat Is
Belle Blue Interiors
Life and Linda
At Home with Jemma
The Painted Apron
Home and Gardening with Liz
Harbour Breeze Home
Our Crafty Mom
Red Cottage Chronicles
My Thrift Store Addiction
White Arrows Home
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Southern Nell Gracious Living
My Family Thyme
Blue Sky at Home
Living with Thanksgiving
The Little Yellow Corner Store
Calypso in the Country
So many creative ideas Maureen, I love the flower pot cake stand!! It’s all adorable, especially the little brown bunny bags and the little meadows you made! It is a fun challenge to shop the house for tablescape and craft ideas, but I must admit I am jealous you have no contact flower stands, I wish we did, I’m having fresh flower withdrawal! Your table is so pretty, Happy Easter!
Lori Nell says
Maureen, I love your creative garden trail! This Easter tablescape is just the cheer-up, shot in the arm we all need, Love the lilttle bags full of candy! I’m so glad to meet all these talented ladies on this blog hop!
Maureen, I love your creativity and resourcefulness! This has been a challenging time, hasn’t it? I don’t know what little touch I like the best. The little meadows are so sweet with the little gold bunnies hiding among the moss and flowers. The DIY napkin rings make such elegant nests for a few little eggs. I hope everyone that can gather around your table enjoys it and has a lovely Easter. Please stay well and healthy!
Super creative and so fun for the young and young at heart Maureen! Love all the mossy details, nest napkin rings and sweet bunny treat bags! Happy to be hopping with you this week! Happy Easter wishes to you and your family. ♥
Rita C at Panoply says
Maureen, this is SO resourceful! I love how you say the two half bags of moss were your inspiration. I saw a meme the other day that said, “Y’all are about to understand why your Grandma used to wash aluminum foil!” and your comment reminded me of that. 🙂
The napkin rings are adorable, the flowers and candies a sweet nod to hunting Easter candies. All in all, a very sweet kind of throwback. There are plenty of silver linings in what we’re going through. Thanks for the inspiration. Take care to stay well.
Momo.. love this ! Favourite part is the moss and the little straw carrots! How wonderful!! Such fun ideas!!
Pam Richardson says
Maureen, what a cute table for children, I think all children would be excited to sit here. I love the mossy meadow that you created. The bunny treat bags and the adorable nest napkin rings would make little ones excited for sure. This is an adorable table! Happy Easter and stay well!
Calypso in the Country says
What a beautiful table – perfect for kids or adults! I love the pink napkins and how you styled them. Such a cute idea. Great hopping with you – stay well!
Linda Primmer says
Maureen, the kid’s theme is so sweet. The little nest napkin rings are darling. Love the mossy runner with bunnies and goodies. The bunny treat bags are are so fun. Even adults would enjoy this festive table. Do stay safe.
Debbee M says
Maureen, I’m still a kid at heart and would love to have a seat at your charming table! Since it will just be hubby and I this year, I envy you having children with you on Easter. Usually, I get my fix seeing them at church all dressed up in their holiday finery or at the community egg hunt. Oh, and can your daughter please come and organize my craft room too? Wishing you a healthy April and joyous Easter.
Ann Krucek says
What a fun table!! I want to search through your centerpiece and see what goodies I can find! What a great idea. All the colors and treasures make this table a real delight! I, too have been trying to organize my craft room – this time is well spent 🙂 I hope you have a wonderful Easter even though plans have changed. It is always a pleasure to hop with you. Take care
Liz @ Home and Gardening With Liz says
What a fun table! I love the moss inspired meadow centerpieces. I’m so glad to hear that someone found a way to share flowers during this pandemic situation. I really like the bright colors you created using this mix of plates and stemware. Very colorful and cheerful! Wishing you a great Easter!
bonnie morgan says
I love the no contact flower stands! I think they are closing everything tomorrow here.
Your table is so cheerful and pretty. I love the colors and the cute candy nestled in the greenery. Those glasses you forgot about worked so well. How cute your napkin rings are.
Have a blessed Easter. Stay safe and well.
Maureen, what a darling idea. Yes, I remember separate kids’ tables! I love using moss and your centerpiece was darling with it. Your sweet napkin rings should delight the kiddos. I really like the little paper bags too. Have a wonderful Easter.
Maureen, I’m so inspired by your table!! I love how you created your centerpiece and those perfect glasses in a fun color! I love how you made a cake stand from pots! It’s all so pretty and inspiring!!
Maureen, it is taken me a little longer to get to comment on everyone’s Easter tablescape blogs since life and routine has been interrupted. I just love your little moss “meadow” centerpiece for your table including the little chocolates for a mini “Easter hunt”. What a great and playful idea for adults and children alike. The cupcakes look so delicious and are adorable with purple chick peeps. The white feathered nests make a perfect napkin embellishment. The combination of all of your pastels really makes me ready for Easter and Spring. Many wishes for a safe and healthy Easter holiday.
Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says
Maureen, you are so creative, and have created such a beautiful table for your family to enjoy. The centerpiece is so pretty. It is always fun and satisfying to shop our house to create a tablescape. I hope you have a blessed Easter. Take care, and stay well!
Shirley Wood says
Maureen, your meadow centerpiece is just gorgeous and sets the perfect mood for your Easter tablescape. You are so right, when we put some effort into it there is no telling how creative we can be with things we already have on hand. I paused when you said your daughter organized your craft room! What a dream come true! I love your napkin rings feathered nests and the embossed paper bags. The entire dining room is perfect for Easter. Hope you and your family have a nice Easter Season!
Maureen, I love your pastels and mossy accents–such a pretty table! Happy & healthy Easter! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction
What a beautiful table! Love your moss meadow with carrots and other Easter treats. Your nest napkin rings are so pretty, as are your flowers, Peep centerpiece, and darling bags with rabbits. I enjoyed admiring every picture!
Maureen, you’re so creative and resourceful! It is all so pretty! The soft pastel colors you chose and the beautiful centerpiece you created bring a smile to my face! Your napkin rings and treat bags are all so sweet. It is always fun to hop with you. Stay safe and healthy, my friend!