Styling a tiered tray for the seasons can be fun. I love how a tiered tray can add a visual interest to your counter or island. You can add various elements and textures to draw the eyes in.
SHOP YOUR house for some spring items
Here I gathered some of my spring items to play around with adding some spring and Easter items. I shopped my house to see what I had on hand. Decor items that can be easily changed out.
Add visual interest
It’s great to make it have a visual interest from all the different angles. You want it to look pretty from all of the different angles. Use smooth and texture items. I pulled a textured bowl from my cabinet and filled with foiled eggs.
add a few items that can transition to the next season
A Rae Dunn birdhouse that was a house warming present sits front and center. A real violet, faux plants, candles, other decorative items begins to pull it together. I made sure that some of the items used with transition to the next season. This way, I only have to change out a few pieces for summer.
It’s fine to mix real plants with faux
A few miniature clay pots with a foil egg and faux plant. You should not be afraid of mixing faux and real plants. It’s perfectly fine!
Make it easy
When Easter is over, you can simply pull out the eggs and bunny to add something else like a bird’s nest with eggs. I found some really cute bee items to have it a fresh new look. It only requires changing out a couple of pieces for a late spring and summer look.
Here are some fun items that I either own or would love to decorate a tiered tray for the spring or summer. I also have included some tray selections. My personal favorite is the brown white washed tray that I own.
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I hope this helps give you some good ideas. It really is fun to style a tiered tray. My grandchildren enjoy seeing all of the items.
If you are looking to make your own cake stand or tier tray for serving food, check out my tutorial here.
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