It’s hard to believe Easter is 10 days away! Last week we shared easy and inexpensive ways to bring spring into your home.
Today, we’re sharing this pretty and fun Easter dessert table.
Whether your starting off your morning with an Easter egg hunt or ending it with a sweet treats after Easter dinner, make your dessert display stand out!
First start with the menu. It doesn’t have to be fancy, and if homemade isn’t your thing than these colorful and delicious Easter macaroons will make a great addition!
For the chocolate lovers serve chocolate mousse eggs from Trader Joe’s, which are velvety chocolate egg shaped caked layered with silky mousse.
Fill jars with candy like the ones I found at Target dollar store. Who doesn’t love M&M’s, especially in Easter pastel colors?!
Once you’re menu has been set, now it’s time to decorate! If you follow us, then you know we said time and time again to use what you own and restyle.
I recently bought the succulents and pink coup and have already used them for my spring tablescape as well as my Easter tablescape. Four years ago I bought pastel eggs and did a quick DIY project designing them with different beads from Michaels. I have used every year since! The glam geometric Easter eggs were a purchase from Target a few years ago that I have reused each year.
Two of my other favorite Target dollar store finds this year are the cute bunny chalk board clips and Easter egg hunt wooden sign! The bunny banner was from Target last year, and make a great addition to the mint and gold sequin runner from Michaels.
How cute are these French square plastic bottles from Via Blossom? Each Bottle comes with a white cap, so filling them with sweet treats is also a great option. Not to mention they are BPA free!
I simply added a cotton ball to the back of the bottle for the bunny tail and clipped the bunny chalk board on the front.
Using different textures and heights make your table design interesting and draws the eye in. I found these white and pastel cake stands at Target’s dollar store to display the desserts and the mini blue cake stand from HomeGoods provides an interesting display for the Easter egg hunt sign.
For those of you hosting a school party or mini Easter party this weekend, here’s another fun way to style a dessert table for kids!
Again, use a cake stand to display pastel colored Easter macarons and pair it with these DIY Easter Bunny plastic bottles.
Who ever your guests are, make sure you get your hands on these Easter macarons from Tree House Macarons, which can be easily shipped!
If you enjoyed our Easter Inspiration, then you’ll love our Easter Round Up from our work over the years here, which is one of our most popular pins!
Interested in more kitchen inspiration? Then check out our Blue and White Kitchen Reveal here.
Hope you’re hoping into the weekend inspired! Make sure you come back next week for Easter tablescape inspiration!
Design, Coordination, DIY, Photography, and floral designs – Sarah Sofia Productions
Easter macarons – Tree House Macarons
Chocolate mousse eggs and flowers – Trader Joe’s
Pastel cake stands, Easter glass jars, bunny garland, Easter egg hunt wooden sign, bunny chalk board clips, purple glitter bunny, &geometric Easter eggs – Target
French square plastic bottle – Via Blossom
Mint and gold sequin chevron table runner & plastic eggs – Michaels