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I can’t believe how close it is to Easter! I got to thinking about it recently and decided to put together a little Easter tablescape. My kitchen isn’t big and fancy. The table has scratches and paint stains on it. That still doesn’t stop me from making it pretty for Easter. Plus, my little lady enjoys the decorations! So, here we go!
Here is my table all plain and ready for some decorating:
I wanted to first create a little centerpiece using a cake stand. I had an extra bird nest so I decided to place it in the stand. Then, I came across an adorable little chick for only $2! All it needed after that was some color. I found a beautiful egg and flower pick that I cut up and placed around it. You can find a similar one here.
I also found this adorable little bunny. It looks so real and feels so soft! It was too big to fit inside the stand, so I placed the bunny beside my chick setting.
Of course, I had to include my fresh flower display as well!
Okay, now for some plate settings.
I used my plain white antique plates for this one. I don’t have any burlap napkins so I improvised and used these paper snack bags. All I had to do was insert some silverware in them and voila! A burlap-colored baggie for silverware! The bags did need to be resized, but that was easy. Just fold to size and tape as needed.
Remember those adorable little Easter bags? I thought they would look cute in the setting too.
So, here is the table all decorated for Easter:
The cake stand did come with a dome, but I decided to leave it off because it made the chick look all smothered. Plus, we don’t want to hide all of those colorful details!
That basically does it! Just a very simple and sweet Easter tablescape. Perfect if you have a small kitchen table like me! Let me know what you think!