Easter Brunch

Every year on Easter Sunday, we have a brunch after our “intense exercising” required for egg hunting. ūüėČ

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. ūüėČ

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!

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