Our Easter Dinner Tabletop (and it’s a family activity too!)

Easter Tabletop

Since Easter will be the biggest holiday dinner for our family since Christmas, my mind started turned turning towards my dining room table. If you remember back in December, I talked about how I didn’t have any holiday decorations for our dining room. With the help of Kmart, I did a makeover of our dining room, which turned out fabulous.

My Christmas red tablecloth and decorations won’t work for Easter, so something had to be done. I headed to Kmart to check out their Celebrations by Radko line of Easter decor. I had enjoyed the same line of items during Christmas, so I knew that the Radko line would have some cute stuff for Easter too. I found lots of great options, I really loved the mother and baby duck figurine…

But with the help of Mattie and Courtney, we decided to go traditional and we chose a Easter Bunny boy and Easter Bunny girl for our display. Aren’t they sweet? You can see all the photos of my #KmartEaster shopping here.

Once I was back at home, I got ready to work on my Easter tabletop. I covered my table in a white tablecloth that I bought at Kmart and brought all the items I would be using to the table to start assembling everything.

Usually everyone in our home is off of work on Easter Sunday, so it’s a nice day to enjoy each other and enjoy a great meal. While there never seems to be a shortage of things to talk about in our home, I thought it would be fun to put together a set of Easter dinner conversation starters that would be part of our Easter tabletop.

Each plastic egg was filled with a paper that has a question or idea, that can be answered during our Easter dinner. You can download my Easter Dinner Conversation Starters & get more instructions here: Free Printable: Easter Dinner Conversation Starters

The eggs were all placed in the cute Easter basket that I bought at Kmart, which was also filled with Easter grass. This basket will become my centerpiece for my Easter tabletop.

Next, I took an old canning jar and filled it with chocolate foil-covered eggs. A small candle (in a glass  holder) is placed in the opening of the jar to complete the look.

I placed additional Easter grass in the middle of the table, on top of the tablecloth. The filled Easter basket was placed in the center, with the boy Celebrations by Radko Easter bunny on the left. I also placed the canning jar candle holder on the left, with a few chocolate eggs scattered on the table.

On the right side, I had a bowl of jelly beans and the girl Celebrations by Radko Easter bunny.

The top of the Easter basket was tied with a big bow made out of of tulle and the tails of the bow flowed down to each of the Easter bunnies. Isn’t it cute? I think the figurines made it great, but I also love how the eggs will double as a family fun activity.

While we were shopping at Kmart, we also made sure to buy a premade Easter basket. Normally, I make our own Easter baskets, but this year, we wanted something that was already put together and wrapped up to give to a child in need in honor of my sister, Brittany. My sister is very ill and not able to enjoy Easter baskets anymore. When she was able to enjoy such thing, stuffed animals — especially very soft ones — was one of her favorite things. This bunny looked like a perfect one for her, so while she can’t enjoy it, we’ve decided to give it to someone who will, in honor of her.

I hope you enjoyed my Easter tabletop. What about your Easter decorating? Do you decorate for Easter?

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This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias All opinions — as always — are 100% my own.

 

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  1. April Decheine says

    How cute, I love the little note in the egg, that would be fun to have everyone conversing at the table!

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