Easter Lunch Tablescape for Kids

There are only two weeks until Easter, and I kicked off the season with a casual Easter lunch for the kids.

The menu was very fancy: PB&J, applesauce, string cheese, and milk.

The table was a little fancier. We used their Easter baskets as centerpieces, and filled them with some Easter things we bring out each year: books, little stuffed animals, bunny ears, and some (empty) plastic eggs.

Simple Easter Tablescape for Kids | Five Marigolds

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I set the table using some faux grass mats, and lunch was served in berry

Simple Easter Tablescape for Kids | Five Marigolds

I folded the napkin into a point, and then folded it over and drew a little bunny ears and whiskers. I filled them with wood utensils for the ears, and secured them with candy bracelets, leftover from the valentines we made.Easter Bunny Napkins with Candy Bracelet | Five Marigolds

I dipped the milk jars in light corn syrup, and then in a little tray of some cookie sprinkles we had on hand.Simple Easter Tablescape for Kids | Five Marigolds

Happy Easter season, everyone!


4 thoughts on “Easter Lunch Tablescape for Kids

  1. Laura says:

    What a precious tablescape.
    I hope you will join us at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. This would be a fabulous contribution!

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  2. Lara says:

    Oh my gosh this is insanely adorable! Love all your details like the bunny napkin and the sprinkle rim of the glass. And that grass…so cute!

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