Ideas for styling tiered and regular trays for spring. Adding natural elements with greenery, bunnies, and all things spring to decorate these spring trays!
I’m not one who usually decorates much for spring or Easter but this year I was feeling inspired to brighten up a few spaces.
I’m eagerly waiting for warmer weather so decorating these farmhouse trays for spring was a perfect way to bring some of the outdoors in.
Galvanized Farmhouse Tiered Tray
The colors found in nature fill this tiered tray…lots of greens give it a springtime feel.
The galvanized 2 tier tray was a HomeGoods find.
As you probably know…I love to shop at HomeGoods but sometimes I feel bad sharing when I buy something there that you may not be able to find in your local store.
But no worries… I found a comparable galvanized tiered tray for you.
Although I shopped in Hobby Lobby, Michaels, and HomeGoods for any new pieces for these trays, I linked similar items below so you can easily order anything you may need to fill your spring themed tiered tray.
I just love these green flocked bunnies…I mean not so realistic because, ya know, bunnies aren’t green.
But they are super cute and I love the color green.
The grapevine orbs and wood beads I pulled out of my Christmas decor bin.
I really need to stash things I can use year-round in a separate bin because it wasn’t easy to find these in the Christmas bins.
The fabric and twine covered eggs were another HomeGoods find but again…no worries…I linked natural decorative eggs below for you.
Can you believe that cute wood block sign was only $5?
A stylist at the hair salon I go to made them…simply adorable!
Just added some faux eucalyptus plants and moss balls to fill in and that’s it!
A galvanized farmhouse tiered tray decorated for spring.
I’m so happy with the way this came together.
If you want to recreate this farmhouse tiered tray here are the supplies you may need…
Supplies for Galvanized Farmhouse Tiered Tray
- Galvanized 2 Tier Tray
- Flocked Bunnies
- Decorative Natural Colored Eggs
- Grapevine Orbs
- Decorative Birds Nest
- Wood Bead Garland
- Faux Eucalyptus Plant
- Wood “Happy Easter” Sign
- Moss Balls
Rustic Wood Tray with Handles
Just a little bit of pink sprinkled in this tray for a more colorful vignette for Easter.
This rustic wood tray with metal handles usually sits on our kitchen table.
I put felt pads in the corners so it can easily slide out of the way for eating or even working at the table.
The tray was yet another HomeGoods score for like $25!
I have a very similar one on our coffee table from Pottery Barn that was more than double the price.
Ouch…but you know I used a coupon code for that one.
I found a similar wood tray below.
The large glass candle holder I’ve had for years… it’s from Bath and Body Works and holds their jar candles…my fave.
The chalkboard is another item I had stored with my craft supplies…I use it for parties.
I saw the quote “Follow the bunny he has all the chocolate” on a sign that would have been too big for the tray.
So I just wrote it on the mini chalkboard…just wish I had better handwriting.
Note to self…sign up for a hand-lettering class.
Added more of those fabric eggs in a cute basket…love the pink gingham that matches the pink candle.
Another flocked green bunny, a mini succulent, and our family initial complete this simple farmhouse vignette.
Want to style a similar tray?
Here are the supplies you may need…
Supplies for Rustic Wood Tray with Handles
- Wood Tray with Handles
- Decorative Pastel Speckled Eggs
- Small Chalkboard Sign
- Faux Succulent Plant
- Flocked Bunnies
- Glass Candle Holder
I had so much fun styling these spring trays with natural elements and all things spring!
How do you add touches of spring to your home?
If you have any questions or suggestions, contact me or leave a comment!
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