One of the best parts of living in the South is the nearly endless amount of warm weather. Spring and Easter bring about slightly warmer temperatures and the national go ahead to start using pastels in decor and wardrobe. I just at the chance to break out the pastels every year! This year I decided to put together a small brunch for my family with yummy mock-cocktail and bright colored tablescape for my Easter Brunch Party.
I started the table shopping at Target where I found the table runner and matching cloth napkins. Next, I went Michael’s where I found 2 pink bouquets, chalk board Easter Eggs, plastic strawberry baskets (similar glass or similar made of paper), and cardboard Easter treat boxes.
I already had the white plates and silverware from my wedding registry. Also, the jars were from a pickling attempt a few months ago. These jars are really handy for everything. I used them as part of my drink and goodie bag display with babies breath flowers.
Easter Mocktail Refreshment
2 Parts Blueberry Lemonade
1 Part Grapefruit Juice
2 Cans La Croix Berry
Mix juice in a pitcher and keep chilled. Chill La Croix. Add La Croix right before you serve.
Since we have kids around, we did a few activities included making paper bunnies to hang up around the house. I used this Bunny Banner DIY to print the template out. We traced the bunnies on scrap book paper, cut them out, made 2 hole in each, added cotton ball tails, and strung them up with pink yarn.
We also add the plastic Easter eggs and bubble bath to the water table for Easter sensory fun. With the warm weather, this was a blast for my daughter in my morning and periodically throughout the day.
After lunch, we took a family walk around the lake to work off all the yummy food and candy we ate. I just love Lilly Pulitzer for Easter Dresses. Here you can find Lilly dresses on sale from women and kids. If you are not sure how to wear Lilly besides on spring holidays, here is a great guide on How to Wear Lilly Pulitzer.
Are you obsessed with Pinterest like I am? Get more Easter inspiration by following my Easter Pinterest Board:
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