It seems like months since I’ve gotten to share some ideas on here, and that might be because it has been months. I hope you accept my apology as I finally round up the time to share some very inexpensive and easy ways to spruce up your table just in time for spring!
All of my items I will share today come from Oriental Trading, making all of the ordering simple. Starting with the basics, these paper bunny plates are absolutely too irresistible to leave out. And, they pair perfectly with the white scalloped chargers that I plan on using year round. What made this table setting perfect for spring is the choice of floral napkins, many choices found in the wedding section. I ordered two different sets this year. The second set I used to fold into cute little bunnies. There are so many tutorials for these on Pinterest and I imagine they would be a fun activity to do with the kiddos, an alternate to the usual and potentially messy Easter egg dying.
For the center of my table, I combined a mossy runner with a floral box on top that I found at my local grocery store and filled it with a variety of faux pink and white florals, a Silver Dollar eucalyptus garland, and eucalyptus stems .
Next, I added some accents to my box like these sets of pink glass bud vases and this adorable white vintage Easter bunny tray as a center point. I love how this ceramic piece could be used to hold extra Easter treats, or even more bunny folded napkins. Since my box has quite a few elements already, my bunny tray is just holding a spare flower or two.
The last element to the floral box are small sets of bird nests with wood eggs inside. The eggs come in a white color, but I found a fun way to make them a marble texture. To do this, simply fill a disposable container of room temperature water and add some nail polish. Place your egg inside and slowly turn the egg until the polish substance has fully covered it. Remove then let it dry for about an hour then it’s ready to display. This was the perfect use for the half empty bottles of nail polish I no longer use!
I was also able to use simple acrylic paint I had lying around to use on all the extra wooden eggs. Then I added them as a filler inside this white lantern set. I took the tops and glass sides off the lanterns. There were a few leftover eucalyptus stems that I used to turn the lanterns into a vase. The cherry on top of this spring hutch were the two welcoming spring banners that I layered. They matched the florals so perfectly.
Thanks for following along! I hope this gives you some ideas how you can decorate for spring this year!