Easter is almost here! If you’re looking for easter basket ideas for tweens then look no further! I’ve done all the work for you! Your’e welcome. 😉 It’s not too late to run out and grab a few fun things for your tween’s easter basket! We don’t do a lot of presents during the year…
Source links and recap from my Easter decor Instagram live.
Here I’ve linked pretty much everything you saw on my Instagram live Easter decor episode. I’ve also recapped some of the tips!
Easter table links
MASON JAR FLOWERS
MASON JAR FLOWERS
IN THIS TUTORIAL WE LEARNED THAT ITS BEST TO VARY THE HEIGHT OF YOUR FLOWERS. START WITH ONE LARGE FOCAL FLOWER (A ROSE OR GERBER DAISY WORK GREAT) THEN FILL AROUND. USE YOUR TALLEST PIECES IN THE BACK AND THEN STAGGER HEIGHTS. I LIKE TO USE HERBS OR CLIPPINGS FROM MY GARDEN TO ACHIEVE THIS LOOK. EX, ROSEMARY, LAMBS EAR, LAVENDER, MINT. DON’T FORGET TO TURN & TUCK!
Group similar items in odd numbers and have at least one of them be a different height or shape.
Try repurposing cute jars for party favors. This can also double as a table marker. And while its on the table it can do triple duty as decor!
Remember to have fun with this! Key ingredients to include would be: a veggie to dip, DIP!, fruit, sweets (candy chocolate), crackers and of course CHEESE!
HERE’S A BREAKDOWN OF WHAT I USED HERE:
- Everything but the bagel crackers (Trader Joes)
- Cheddar cheese
- Roasted red pepper hummus (garnished with snap peas and a cherry tomato)
- Chocolate bunnies
- Jordan almonds
- Easter pretzels (Trader Joes)
- Purple cauliflower
- Pink cookie (Trader Joes)
- Dried orange slices (Trader Joes)
*bunny board, bowl and bunny knife all linked above
Glam up store bought condiments by putting them in pretty bowls and containers. And add a garnish!
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