Set a Holiday Kids Table They’ll Love

When the kids table is right next to the dessert bar and topped with crazy-cute toys and decor, you can bet that everyone at the party will want a seat at this most-coveted spot. Creating a merry scene for the littles was the aim of blogger Elaine Hargrove, who didn’t want to replicate holidays past.

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“I remember not wanting to sit at the kids table—I wanted to be with the adults when I was little,” she says. Extra-large coloring books doubled as placemats, and she provided plenty of colored pencils and crayons. Kid-approved dinnerware and activities were all Hargrove needed to create a kids’ table that kept her children occupied for hours. Without even a peep about joining the other table!

Get inspired with more creative ideas for a kids table at Elaine’s blog, House of Hargrove!

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