March 29th, 2010 |

Easter: The Kid’s Table

We’re talking Easter ideas for kids today on The Party Dress and Project Nursery!  So, we’ve already covered the craft and decoration ideas….now onto the food!  If you are hosting a big family brunch with a lot of little guests, considering setting a separate table for the kids.  Something low to the ground, with the table setting and the food, geared completely towards them!

 

Although I wouldn’t normally recommend cloth napkins for kids, this bunny napkin is so cute…..it’s a must-do this Easter!  The candy-embellished face will make the kids giddy with excitement!  What child doesn’t love peeps?!  Incorporate jelly beans and peeps into your centerpiece – your flowers can coordinate with the “grown-ups” table, but the candy will add a sweet, child-like feel to it.  If you are serving a traditional honey-baked ham for dinner, make ham sandwiches for the kids.  To make them a little more stylish and festive, use a bunny rabbit cookie cutter to make an indent in the top of the sandwich.

Create a cute party favor display by planting a large tray or basket with grass.  Brush waffle cones with red and yellow food dye (let them dry on wax paper) so they look like orange carrots.  Tie jelly beans in green cellophane, and place into the cones.  Stand them up in the grass….and they look like carrots for the Easter bunny!

Images: bunny sandwiches (parents.com), carrot party favors (goodhousekeeping.com), peeps and tulips centerpiece (thecelebrationshoppe.com), bunny napkin (via Napkins with a Twist)

 

 

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