Easter is fast approaching which means its time to buckle down and start the Easter celebration plans! When we were kids my mom and aunt would make my brothers, cousins and I these really elaborate Easter baskets. They really took their time to make each basket personalized making sure it was outfitted in our favorite color and latest obsession. I remember one year my basket was adorned in the color peach with a massive amount of tulle and lace! Lol…I guess looking back, I have always been a girly girl. Which is why I am giddy with excitement for today’s post. I have teamed up with 9 other bloggers to bring you a Spring into Easter Blog Hop. I have posted all of the links to all of the lovely posts at the end of this post so be sure to check all of them out!
I have a confession to make, I LOVE LOVE LOVE my boy but I am admittingly having way too much fun with my little baby girl. She is as girly as they come. She loves dressing up in princess costumes, takes any chance she gets to slip into my make up drawers and will wear nothing less then a tutu skirt over her pjs everyday after bath time. Who’s daughter is she?! Ha! She’s totally my mini me. Which is why it was so fun to put together this super girly little Easter brunch!
Start with a girly dress up activity Adding princess costumes to the table scape is a simple way to not only decorate the chairs (no fancy chair covers or sashes needed!) but can serve as something fun for the girls to do before they sit down to munch.
Pick a soft color palette and use it throughout to keep things cohesive. I chose pretty pastels in pink, blue, and yellow for my color scheme.
Make it personal taking note from my mom and my dear aunt I thought that tying in this little ballerina bunny from Mikaela’s room would be so sweet and could hopefully serve as a fond memory of Easter brunches when she’s all grown up one day.
Now you all know as a floral designer, Its really hard for me to break away from traditional floral arrangements as my centerpieces. Although this was a kids table I wanted to add beautiful blooms of African Roses, Ranunculus, and Vanilla Roses to add to the girly charm. If you are stumped as to what color combo or variety of flowers to use this floral recipe should be helpful!
Themed parting goods a half a dozen egg crate can serve as the cutest favors. Simply fill them in with her favorite treats or toy filled Easter eggs, wrap with twine add a little paper carrot and voila!
This was honestly such a fun project to work on. It felt very personal to me as I have been obsessing with all things princess parties lately. I want to thank all of the lovely bloggers who partnered up to bring you this great Blog Hop. Next up is Elva M Design Studio. Make sure to click through to read more on her Carrot Patch Inspired Easter Patch! Cauuute! And for more Easter inspired pretty see all of the links below. Happy Monday friends!
Egg-stra Charming Easter Tablescape from Pretty Twinkle Party | Host A Super Girly Easter Brunch by Style In The Details | Carrot Patch Easter Table from Elva M Design Studio | Bunny Bash from A Lovely Design | You Are Somebunny Special Easter Egg Hunt by The Party Porch | Bunny Treats Bar Cart and Party by Happy Family Blog | Easter Dessert Bar Cart from AK Party Studio | Flower Market Fun from Made of Sugar and Spice | Celebrate with Spring and Easter Vignettes by Sunshinetulip | Small Easter Party by Just a little Sparkle
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