With all of the chaos that we have happening in our lives on a daily basis (we’re typically only home night during the week, if that, and Saturdays are packed full with games and extra rehearsals), I decided that I wanted to take a moment to slow down with my little family and do something fun to celebrate this Easter season. This Easter Brunch that I created almost entirely with my Cricut was so simple to put together and my kidlets are already so excited to share a few calm, peaceful moments together.
I had a collection of these paper mache eggs that I had big plans for, but once I saw the neutral color with the color palette I was using, I opted to keep them plain for now. We can always decorate them after the fact. By adding a glass cloche and a petite cake stand, the Easter eggs have an elegant look to them.
I used a small amount of double stick adhesive to add a sweet little bunny to the front of the cloche. It’s extra little details like this that can make the feeling of the brunch that much more special.
Adding those bunnies throughout the tablescape helps tie the theme and the decor of the brunch together.
Because I wanted a more rustic look to the centerpiece, I chose to use burlap, stainless steel, and clean white pieces as the base and added the bunnies and other decorative elements to complete the whole look.
Any brunch involves yummy foods, so place settings are a must-have. I cut scalloped place mats from 12×12 card stock and topped each plate with more of the bunnies. Because I chose to host this brunch for my family, there wasn’t a need for place cards, but the sweet scalloped ovals adorned with more bunnies would work perfectly for that.
My kids would be happy to let anyone and everyone know that no party is complete without some form of favor to be sent home with. Paper cones with a scallop across the top tie in the scallops found on the placemats and the place cards and are the perfect size to fill with a few little treats.
Make sure that when you create these cones, you use an extra strength double stick tape to ensure that your cones don’t come apart.
There you have it! Our sweet little Easter brunch is sure to be a hit!
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