Friday, March 23, 2012

Set a Pretty Easter Table


I can't believe that Easter is only 2 weeks away!  Here's some inspiration to get your wheels turning.  Most of these could most likely be adapted using things that you already have, or things you can find in your back yard.
Don't forget a fun spot for the kids.  If nothing else, cover the table with paper and give them some crayons-always a sure hit!

Good Housekeeping

Craft table
Parents


I made these for party favors last year...just too cute!


Martha Stewart

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for that beautiful collection of photos for Easter decorating inspiration, Jennifer. It's kind of like a Reader's Digest version of the best of Easter ideas rolled into one blog post (and you did all the work of compiling it for us).

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  2. Such fun ideas! That chocolate bunny in the grass would be hit at my house! I'm always of fan of the pom-poms, such a big punch of festive for little $$!

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  3. Great inspiration photos - thanks for sharing, Jennifer! I need to start thinking about Easter. I love the chocolate bunny in the grass - I have to do that! But how will I get my kids to keep their hands off?? :)

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  4. I have to admit, I am not much of a holiday decorator. I'm so busy with life I never have time for "extras". Really pretty & cute ideas, though. I love those colorful pompoms. Cute for any party/special occasion.

    Hope you're having a good week. Or HAD. It's over. (Yay!) Been suuuuper crazy around here. Need to catch up on blogs! ;)

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  5. Beautiful Easter inspiration photos!!! Love the one using eggs in the vase as a centerpiece....so pretty!!! Have a geat week :o)
    ~Des

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  6. These are all gorgeous, Jennifer - there are so many possibilities with color combinations.

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  7. Hi Jen, I adore your table set up very much! I love its simplicity and colorful style.

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