An Egg-stra Special Easter Table !
Are you planning a luncheon, family dinner or Easter feast? A great looking table will complement your wonderful food!
I love to use and reuse bases from other projects and get double or even triple duty out of my investment. That is why I love working with artificial florals, garlands and greenery. They don’t die and have to be thrown away! I also like to use garlands down the middle of a table to decorate seasonally. This is perfect complement to serving buffet style, a sit down meal or a fun dessert display! Here are the supplies that I started with……(I did make a quick run to #Walmart to pick up new plastic Easter eggs and grass, so many colors and fun patterns)
Turquoise Table cloth (last Spring #Walmart) and Black and White Chevron table runner (birthday gift)
Bright Easter Egg Garland 5′
9′ Garland Sky blue
Close up of greenery twisted around Easter garland to secure.
The 9′ garland in Sky blue (from Rebecca’s Christmas decorations) was the base to attach all the fun Easter too. I started by fluffing and shaping it out and placing it down the middle of the table, allowing it to hang over the ends. The Easter egg garland is a great hand wrapped wired garland, easy to shape out and attach to the blue garland by twisting the greenery over in several places. (no hot glue gun needed). The 5′ Easter garland was centered in the middle of the 9′ blue garland. After a quick trip to Walmart for new plastic Easter eggs and grass After securing the two garlands together it was time to add a focal point, Rebecca’s Easter bunny and a yellow basket. I used the garland greenery and Easter garland to wire on the bunny and basket.
Fluffy Easter bunny and yellow basket
Bunny and basket secure
Now it’s time to fill the basket with an assortment of plastic Easter eggs, different sizes, colors and patterns. I also tucked in a few eggs to the garland.
The Easter basket is ready to be filled. use and assortment of, colors, sizes and patterns.
Green Easter grass is an inexpensive addition to the garland and I chose orange for the basket.
Green Easter grass tucked into the garland.
The Finishing touch is Ribbon! I chose Pink Glittered Coral ribbon, available at ShowMeDecorating.com
Next ingredient, ribbon! I used 4 yds
Fold ribbon in half and cut on an angle
The angle cut creates a fish tale edge
Create a single loop bow and wrap wire to hold.
1 yd creates this single loop bow
2 yds makes a 2 loop bow, secure with floral wire.
2 Single loop bows and 1- 2 loop bow, 4 yds total
Attach a single loop bow on each end of the garland and the 2 loop bow by the Bunny and basket!
The 2 loop bow adds the finishing touch to the Eggtra Special Easter Table
A collection of Bunny Author Court (given to all the Grand daughters by the original Miss Cayce’s) is ready for an Easter party!
A quick change out to bright #Fiesta plates as chargers & paper Easter plates and napkins we are ready for a fun lunch with family or friends. While shopping at Sams I spotted these fun Easter bucket treats ready to personalize and send home with guests!
These Easter Treat buckets were a great value at Sam’s
Mixing everyday dinnerware (Fiesta) and seasonal paper goods makes for a fun place setting
This bright and cheery table scape celebrates Easter, the Season of Hope!
The fun Chevron chairs were snagged at a Home Goods Store, http://www.homegoods.com
The Black and white Chevron table runner was my birthday gift from Jennifer, purchased through https://www.groopdealz.com
The Sky blue garland, Bright Easter egg garland and Pink Glitter Coral ribbon were ordered from www.ShowMeDecorating.com
Happy Decorating y’all! Becky and Kathy