I can’t wait to share these ideas to create the perfect tiered tray for Spring with you! I have ideas on cute ways to display eggs, using vintage pieces and an easy DIY to add some “garden” to your Spring tiered tray with some Easter touches!
The Perfect Tiered Tray
I have shared some of my favorite styles of tiered trays on the Feather Your Nest page. I love a tiered tray for decorating, functionality and the ability to display the holidays in small vignettes throughout your home. For my tiered tray I chose to perk up an old one and use my favorite color pink!
Ideas For A Perfect Spring Tiered Tray
For perfect Spring touches I added –
- Ceramic Lambs – I love these small little lambs to remind us what the reason for the season is.
- Small Signs – Shelf sitters or smallish signs like this vintage inspired block sign are the perfect size to tuck into the different levels on your tiered tray.
- Holiday theme mugs or tea cups – these can be found in thrift stores in abundance! I chose two Peter Rabbit mugs for my display
- Eggs! – I used egg cups and a button box with shredded paper to create a nest for these pastel eggs.
- A touch of Spring – I added flowers and these sweet and petite aged terra cotta pots to my tiered tray. You can find the simple DIY for the terra cotta pots here.
- Vintage Pieces – I used an antique lamb planter and the old pick up stick toys for their bright color.
Another Tiered Tray Perfect For Spring
Easter has this tray decorated with an antique pull along toy Amory and I found on our trip to Oklahoma, vintage Easter greeting cards, one of my grandmother’s Pendelfin bunnies and egg cups with pastel eggs.
Pendelfins were first produced in 1953 in a garden shed in Burnley, England. They were made by freelance artists Jean Walmsley Heap and Jeanie Todd. The name Pendelfins was used because the shed where they made the first creatures was overlooked by Pendle Hill.
The original Pendelfins were witches, pixies and elves – the pixie bods. They are no longer in production and are very collectable.
Perfect Ways To Display Easter Eggs
Bonus time! I generally have eggs of some sort in some container throughout the year in my home. I want to share a few ideas to display these, whether they are decorated ones for Easter, in a vignette year round, or in your tiered trays and centerpieces for spring.
In Tea Cups & bowls
In Compotes And Serving Pieces
In Boxes and drawers
In Vases And Apothecary Jars
In Baskets Of Course!
How Will You Create The Perfect Tiered Tray For Spring?
Make sure to save these ideas (you can hover over any image and save it right to Pinterest) for tiered trays and how to display eggs in different ways!