Kid’s Spring Table Setting

Happy spring! Here in SoCal, we have had the weirdest weather! We had a surprisingly cold and wet winter. Then all of a sudden it got super hot. Like 90+ hot and we were all swimming and breaking out our shorts and flip-flops. Now, today its cloudy and will be raining all week. Wacky!!!

So, even though last week felt like summer…this week definitely feels like spring and I am excited. I love decorating for spring. It brings so much color and life into my home. I decided to put together a kid’s picnic table. It could also be used for a fun girl’s lunch table setting or even used as an Easter table setting! I hope it inspires you to break out all of your spring decor and set a cute table!


Spring Kid's Table
I have a thing for bunnies! They are so adorable. I thought the kid’s would enjoy them as well so, I incorporated them as much as possible. I found the cute bunny ear napkin rings in the Target Dollar Spot. I added beautiful satin pink napkins from


Spring Kid's Table
How cute are these little bunny place cards? Also, from Target…shocking…as well as the mini cupcake stands! I added a little moss for the bunny to rest on and then filled out each guests’ name on the place card.


Spring Kid's Table
I promise not everything is from the Target Dollar Spot! A good amount is though because Target makes some cute stuff! I did find these white pom-poms at Target as well and immediately thought bunny tails! I wasn’t sure where I was going to use them, but when I decided to make some strawberry milk, I knew the kids would get a kick out of having them on their glasses.


Kid's Spring Table
I already had all of these items lying around from previous years and thought they added some cute spring vibes. I took a terra-cotta planter and base, added some moss and then sprinkled felt eggs around. The felt eggs are absolutely precious. I found similar ones here and here.


I added a few more items for a bit of a different look. I think the previous table setting is a bit more girly with the pink napkins. Being that I only have a boy… I wanted to do a setting for him as well. I added a blue and white gingham lunch box(technically a suitcase) and added a few little animals to the table that all the kids would enjoy. Those carrots are from the Target Dollar Spot last year. They don’t have the exact ones again this year, but have some cute cloth carrots, if you are interested. I love the whimsy of the sweet duckling and lamb!
Kid's Spring Table
For lunch we had sandwiches wrapped in brown paper and finished off with wash tape. Some yogurt and a fruit roll up. I had to get fancy and add a gold spoon but any utensil would do. The strawberry milk finished it all off. If you don’t have these lunch boxes you could always use a brown paper bag and seal it up with wash tape and even add a white pom-pom for a bunny tail! The options are endless.

I hope this gave you a few ideas for your spring or Easter table this year! If you were wondering that beautiful centerpiece was from The Hubs and what really inspired me to do this table! Happy spring!


2 thoughts on “Kid’s Spring Table Setting

  1. love it Summer….so adorable! The pom pom on the drinking glass was soooo cute and the bunny place card ontop of the cupcake stand with moss….makes me want to run to Target right now.

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