Happy Monday friends! Last year I shared a budget friendly Easter table setting here and I wanted to share another one with you for this year. Similar to last year’s setting, this cost me $20 to implement. I shopped at The Dollar Tree and Clearance at JoAnn Fabrics.
I love these kind of challenges and I am always amazed out what you can create with just a little bit to start and using what you already may have.
Of course, not everything is brand new and I did use all my dishware, serving ware and utensils. Having neutral dishes/utensils makes settings like this simple because they are easily interchangeable for all the different hosting events and seasons of the year.
For this specific tablescape, I wanted to focus on the centerpiece itself and that is where the bulk of the budget went to. I bought 3 white wired baskets that held faux/real flowers this cost a total of $3.
The faux flowers cost me $10 from The Dollar Tree and to supplement I trimmed some leafy branches outside. Together, these filled up the baskets nicely, making a fresh and pretty statement.
Then I was able to buy 6 silver chargers at a dollar a piece. This complemented the simple white flowers and made everything a little bit more fancy.
I love to play around with opposites when decorating; for example – daisies and then shiny silver…
I also found some rose gold wrap at JoAnn’s that I was able to use as an inexpensive table runner. These type of runners are great because you just wrap them up after the meal and toss it out. This only cost one dollar to add to the table and it was a compliment to the metal accents.
Lastly, I easily threw on some faux eggs I found last year on clearance at the craft store. I let them lay around the table and think they are a elegant addition to a rustic chic setting.
This table was quick to put together with little effort in prep beforehand. It is something that someone with a smaller budget can achieve.
I hope this leaves you with a little inspiration and that you feel like budget decor is possible, even with 20 dollars in your pocket!
I am also over at Craftberry Bush today sharing how to make a faux olive tree and I would love for you to stop by…
Thank you so much for stopping by and I can’t wait to share some more fun with you later this week!