Kid’s Easter Table

This Kid’s Easter Table is full of fun ideas.  Starting with a Cake Pop Tower all the way down to button candy napkin holder.

Lady Behind The Curtain - Kid's Easter TableAs I was standing back looking at this table I thought “Oh My Gosh, if I came to someone’s house and this was the table made for me I would be in Heaven!”  I had such a BLAST putting together this fun kid’s table.  I hope you can take some of these ideas and share them with your kids!  For even more fun add some Easter Oreo Cookie Eggs and some Easter Cereal Bars.  Look below for more kid friendly tasty treat ideas.

CAKE POP TOWER CENTERPIECE:

Lady Behind The Curtain - Kid's Easter TableI started with 3 sizes of clay posts and spray painted them to match my pink and yellow color scheme.  I also dyed rice pink and yellow to use as filler and hold up the cake pops.

*Coloring Rice is easy.  Pour your rice into a zip top bag, add enough rubbing alcohol to coat the rice then add your food coloring, rub in the color, pour out onto a piece of wax paper to dry making sure to move the rice around every so often to allow the bottom to dry.  Make a bag of rice for each color.

HERE is a tutorial on making cake pops.

All this together makes for a fun and easy centerpiece!

PLACE CARDS:

Lady Behind The Curtain - Kid's Easter TableI found these votive holders in the perfect colors at Micheal’s in the dollar section.  I added a small mason jar, filled them with the opposite color rice and inserted dowels with the name banners.

FELT BUNNY BAGS:

Lady Behind The Curtain - Kid's Easter TableI found the bunny bags in the dollar section at Target.  (are you beginning to get that the dollar section is my favorite section at ALL stores?)  Filled them with a bunny bank.  Yep!  You guessed it I found them in the dollar section at Target and candy.

PLACE SETTING:

Lady Behind The Curtain - Kid's Easter Table
STIRRER STICK:

Lady Behind The Curtain - Kid's Easter TableUsing a peep with a skewer inserted into the bottom made a really cute stirrer stick.

UTENSIL HOLDER:

Lady Behind The Curtain - Kid's Easter TableButton candy wrapped around the napkin and cutlery adds an element of surprise.  I also used scrapbook paper for the place mat.

Lady Behind The Curtain - Kid's Easter Table

FUN EASTER TREATS FOR A KID’S EASTER TABLE

1. PEEPS AND CHOCOLATE COVERED PRETZELS  2. PEEPS ON A STICK  3. EASY EASTER CUPCAKES  4. EASTER LOLLIPOP TREATS  5. COCONUT MACADAMIA NUT CUPCAKES

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Kid’s Easter Table — 4 Comments

  1. This is all so super cute. LOVE all the amazing details. The bunting banner names? To die for!! I know those took a lot of time and patience. What an absolutely adorable & inviting table! Thanks so much for linking up! Have a great week!

    {HUGS},
    kristi

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