Creating a special table setting for Easter can sometimes be time consuming and expensive. But how about making something different for your guests so they can take it with them back home? Flowers and plants are always welcomed by many and giving them as presents makes it even more special.
Today I’m sharing a simple tutorial on how to create a succulent pot arrangement that doesn’t only looks cute, but it carries back home a message of warmth and sharing.
All the products used for these tiny arrangements are available at +Michaels Stores and most in the $1+ section. The terracotta pots (I painted at home with spray paint), grapevine garland and butterflies are from the flower department.
After spray painting the flower pots and waiting for them to dry, I planted the small succulents and cut a piece of grapevine that will imitate a handle for the pot. Once set, I added the tiny garden metal pieces as an accent hanging from one of the sides of the grapevine handle. To finish it, I glued the tomato magnets (that read “Home Grown!”) to a wooden plant marker and this gave the arrangement the final perfect touch.
Because +Michaels Stores $1+ section had so many great accessories to add to our table setting, I also bough small muslin bags that read “Food for Thought” and inside I placed the fabric napkins in the folded as rabbit ears and with it, the cutlery.
I love how simple yet fun this whole table setting ended up looking. It was an inexpensive option but one that I know my guests will love.
Have you planned on your table setting decor for Easter just yet?