Whether you celebrate the religious significance of Easter or are just enjoying an Easter egg hunt with family, when it comes to getting kids to sit nice at a table to eat at this holiday, the struggle is real! Check out these tips for a cute Easter Kids Table that is both cute and functional to keep them happy and entertained!
In scrolling through Pinterest I always see tons of cute kids table ideas but as a mom to little ones I question the setups. Glass jars make cute centerpieces they are not very kid safe. And lots of that fake grass to decorate? Cute but it would be torn apart in no time! Instead I’m focusing on a few ways to make a Easter Kids Table that is cute, safe and functional!
Kid made decorations – I love the Target dollar spot for party décor as much as the next person, but you can also make your own decorations to make your space look cute!
This bleeding tissue paper Easter garland came together easily with my girls as they’re already a pro at this craft type! Use the time leading up to the holiday to create your own masterpiece to hang behind your table!
DIY table runner turned kids activity – You don’t need to spend a lot to make a cute centerpiece for this Easter kids table. Rummage through your collection of seasonal cookie cutters and pull out ones that fit the theme. Cut a piece of white paper from your paper roll and trace the cookie cutters to make a colorful table runner.
Place small Easter basket of crayons in the center of the table that the kids can use on the table runner.
Watch these basic outlines become colorful kid creations during your Easter dinner!
Kid safe tableware – No fine China at this table! Instead, grab solid pastel plates, cups and napkins to dress up this kids table.
You can Easter-ize them by adding coordinating paper cutouts on the plates to turn them into bunnies, and a simple ribbon around the napkin to create little carrot utensil wraps for their tools.
To find more supermoms focused on toddlers this Easter, visit Katie of Eat Pretty Darling who’s sharing a cute Easter themed snack tray idea and Emily of Sandbox Academy who’s sharing a matching game your kids are gonna love!