At Project Kid we love any excuse for a gathering, but Easter is one of our favorites. After a long winter, it’s one of the first occasions to fill the home with all that’s light and bright. Even with relatively limited motif options, the blogosphere always delivers fresh ideas, and we’ve gathered some of our faves below. Whether you plan on hosting a big gathering, or celebrating with close family, these bright ideas will help get the Easter egg rolling!
Felt, pipe cleaners, and a toilet paper tube are all it takes to make the bunny ear napkin rings above. Choose a color that matches your china and use them year after year. Project Kid for Woman’s Day.
Add a pair of mini ears to make any bottle Easter appropriate. Lia Griffth shares a template to make your own.
For a simple but fun family breakfast, print out See Jane’s polka dot placemat and include a bunny surprise in everyones bowls.
The secret to Bash Studio’s festive placemats is hot glue! Part nest, part modern art, all Easter.
Color blocking makes the old new again, even when it comes to plastic eggs! A Calico Chic Life shares the how-to for turning last year’s leftovers into this year’s centerpiece.
Chocolate Easter bunnies are about as classic as it gets, but Oh Happy Day‘s cheery conversation bubbles make them center stage worthy.
Brit & Co‘s papier mache eggs are meant to be shared! For a friends Easter gathering, split amongst your favorite chicks as favors.
For a cheap yet chic option, try these origami chicks from The House that Lars Built. Not only will they brighten up any table, they also double as candy holders!
For a table that’s inspired less by sugar and more by sustenance, we love this carrot hued color scheme from Amy’s Party Ideas. Your little ones will be happy to eat like bunnies when their veggies are part of such a peppy place setting.
Why keep the egg hunt separate from the rest of the celebration? A low table and lots of pillows elevate an Easter picnic while taking advantage of the spring sunshine. Image via Style Me Pretty.
March 2, 2018|
Decor, Early Elementary, Easter, Favors, Older Elementary, Preschool, Spring, Toddler, Tween to Teen