A Budget-Friendly Easter Tabletop
Sunday April 13, 2014see more by lisa
Today I wanted to share some ideas on inexpensive Easter table decorations for anyone looking for ways to decorate this Easter, without breaking the bank.
This year I decided to do something a little different from the traditional all-pastels; sticking instead with neutrals, greenery, metallics, and some awesome glitter.
Did you know that, in Orange County they get a lot of Target salvage?! I will write a post all about that soon, and you might find yourself at Goodwill too.
DIY Easter Tablecloth
With the 40% off coupon at Hobby Lobby, and some left over fabric, this textural tablecloth only ran me $4.00.
I folded the burlap in half for a thicker look, pinned it to my white fabric, and all you have to do is sew it up!
Happy Easter Garland
I used the leftover fabric to make a garland, free-handing the light spring green sentiment.
Easy Easter Centerpiece Grouping
I had my little guys help me paint a former pink bunny white to go with my more neutral color palette and added some Target via Goodwill sparkly eggs into a glass candy jar for some glittery sparkle.
I used budget-friendly gold candle holders and placemats, plain white plates, and think as it get’s closer to the day, I’ll add some fresh flowers (instead of my semi-browned orchid) but untsil then, there you have it.
Although the table used mostly inexpensive Easter table decorations, the overall look is beautiful, proving you don’t have to spend a fortune to make a festive holiday tabletop.
Happy Easter to you and yours, Tiny Oranges readers!!