Laura Aguirre from Laura's Little Party is here with some easy and budget-friendly Easter dessert table ideas your kids will love!
I’m hopping with excitement for Easter to arrive! I love setting up a dessert table with the kids in mind. Pretty spring colors, and lots of goodies that little fingers can handle. This year I’m dipping lots of treats in chocolate! It’s such an easy way to make your store bought treats look more festive and delicious. And don’t forget the sprinkles!
If you’ll be setting up a kiddie Easter dessert table, here are a few ideas for you:
1. Add some fun Easter details in your decorI set out pretty pastel cake stands, and hung Spring colored lanterns that I found at The 99cent Only Store. I also repainted my bubblegum machine and added some colorful plastic Easter eggs inside.
I assembled an easy banner for the front of my dessert table with foam rabbits, and egg cut-outs that I found at The 99cent Only Store. I also attached a couple of egg cut-outs to the front of my popcorn holders.
2. Choose treats that are colorfulThere’s nothing more enticing for a child than colorful treats! To keep it Easter themed, I chose goodies that were pastel colored. I found things in pink, purple, yellow, blue, and green.
3. Make your treats kid-friendlyI chose treats that were easy for small hands & fingers to pick up. Mini cupcakes, tiny macarons, bird Peeps, cookies, popcorn, and bunny Peeps on sticks. These are all items that don’t require serving utensils, so clean-up is even a bit easier!
4. Make sure you have take-home containers availableIt’s always a good idea to provide something for your little guests to take treats home with them! I found some adorable cupcake boxes at The 99cent Only Store. I assembled them, and set them out for the kids to grab, and then fill with their favorite treats. And boy, did they!