I love this table setting, it is very colorful and easy to make, I found it in the hgtv website. What got may attention was the color of the paper pom-poms hanging from the ceiling and also used as a part of the table decoration. The fresh flowers bring spring to the table. And the small nest with decorated eggs remaind you that we are also celebrating Easter. You want to make the pum-pum, click here for instruction. DIY pump-pums.
Another very colorful table setting, but this time with the colors blue and yellow, this remind me the sun and the sky, in just one composition. It has a lot of details. This table setting is from HGTV, what I love more is that even the food bring a lot of color to the table not only the decoration.
Lavender-and-white polka-dot ribbon—around pots, along a linen runner—finishes this row of faux topiaries sprouting festive buds: in-palette painted plastic eggs (hot-glued into place; ditto the ribbon) and hyacinth buds. Tiny topiaries double as place markers and favors. Look for topiaries at floral or craft stores
At this colorful kids’ table, oversize purple lollipops become edible flowers when paired with scrapbooking paper petals and planted in buckets filled with grass-green jelly beans (wedge a small piece of Styrofoam into the base, if needed, to keep your flowers from toppling over). Duckling name-card holders let little ones know which seat is theirs (if you can’t find ducklings at your local craft or party source, go with chicks). Encourage tykes’ creativity to flow with a craft-paper tablecloth and crayons. Also up for grabs: doodle-friendly hard-cooked eggs.
I hope you can take some ideas from here for your table setting this Easter, and celebrate the color of the spring.
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