Are you in a rush to get some ideas for an Easter party?
You are going to love this Easter party on a budget! It’s simple, easy and super cute!
You can do it too!
I often get asked, “How do you start to plan a party”?
Here’s what I do:
I decide my colors, patterns and whatever character, figure, image I’d like to incorporate.
I loved this invite from Petite Party Studio. She was able to customize in the colors I chose.
I wanted something a little outside the box. This set up is versatile. My colors are orange, yellow, white and a little bit of gray.
I made an Easter topiary for the centerpiece. I share the topiary step-by-step instructions the other day.
Set up your table with a few things, add some colors to match your theme.
One of my favorite ideas, is this plastic tray from the Dollar Tree. I used it to add candy and Easter eggs with treats.
The vase is another plastic bowl from the Dollar Tree filled with white marshmallows. The tray fits on top perfectly.
Your Easter table does not need to have all desserts and candy. Add some other snacks such as gold fish, jello, popcorn, etc.
The white favor boxes and cute Easter toppers are from Petite Party Studio. They carry all the party supplies you need!
You can find these adorable wood spoons from Petite Party Studio.
Kids love fruit, don’t they? I dressed these up with some tags from Petite Party Studio.
How fun are peeps right? They save the day for a cute topper on your cupcakes!
Oh yes! the cupcake wrappers will be the perfect touch!
A lemonade stand was part of my set up. I purchased lemonade candy from a local candy store in Arizona.
You like the sign on the table? Yes! Petite Party Studio rocks! They will hook you up.
Bubbles are always an excellent choice for party favors! Add the pretty thank you tags with some ribbon.
I found the yellow bubbles at Hobby Lobby.
My yellow tablecloth is a purchase from HomeGoods.
My sweet husband built the lemonade stand. He also shared the instructions how to build stand.
You might have seen how I also used it for my daughters’ Valentine’s Day breakfast party!
Yellow sippy cups and white paper cups are from the Dollar Tree.
I also bought 2 plastic pitchers at the Dollar Tree.
This party was set up outside. I didn’t want the kids to break a glass pitcher.
I have tons of burlap scraps…..what did I make? A burlap garland to decorate the lemonade stand.
I wrapped an empty spaguetti jar with burlap and added moss with some yellow flowers from the Dollar Tree.
What do you all think? Easy! I’m confident you can pull this off!
A HUGE thank you to Nikki from Tikkido for taking these beautiful photos!
Send me photos if you host a party soon!