Every year on Easter Sunday, we have a brunch after our “intense exercising” required for egg hunting. 😉
For our table decor, I went with a colourful pastel theme. I saw these daffodils while shopping and thought they would be so perfect for my centre piece. Once they’re fully open, they. look. so. stunning. I am obsessed with their yellow colour!! They brighten up every room and just make me so happy. I love Spring!
I went on a bit of a tangent there… so back to the decor. I bought two bunches but they didn’t all fit in any of my vases so I had to think of an alternative. I found three vases of different heights so divided the flowers into each of them and cut the stems according to each vase height.
It turned out so cute! It gives the flowers more space to open up and just creates a beautiful – and BIG – centre piece… for just £4…
I also had these little white rabbits that I popped in between the vases for a little Easter touch.
I went for a beige theme for my tableware, using two table runners I placed parallel to each other, beige plates and beige egg cups. I used the napkin rings I made in this post and popped in these Easter napkins.
I also added the basket with the coloured hard-boiled eggs I made in this post. Not pictured – we have pancakes, pastries, ham and mimosas. Needless to say, I always end up rolling out of this brunch because I. am. so. full. In a good way!
I also had a little set up in the background. I used brown and white branches on which I hung some Easter decorations. I also added this little bunting (similar UK / US) and round Easter decoration for a pop of colour against the white wall (similar UK / US).
Lastly, we always have a couple of large chocolate eggs we share. Because the ones this year were so cute with their big bows, I had to include them in my decor. haha. They come all the way from Switzerland, so they better taste as good as they look!
Lastly, I put small chocolate Easter eggs (we had these, these and these – our favourites) in mason jars and cut out two pieces of leftover fabric and string and attached them to make a lid. Its honestly super easy, and a great packaging idea if you’re gifting eggs or just as a fun decor for Easter.
Little side note – this is also a great way to display your chocolate eggs – without the temptation of eating them because you “sealed” your jar. 😉
HAVE A HAPPY EASTER! What do you do on Easter?
P.S. I would love to know what you would like to see more of on this blog! I have a million and a half ideas but it would be awesome to get some of your inputs as well!