Ideas for Easter Brunch

Ideas for Hosting Easter Sunday at Home with Fashionable Hostess.jpg1Juliska Water GobletsJuliska Glassware for Easter Lunch

This Easter, I love the idea of assembling a simple Spring table accentuated by aqua and pastels that give off a welcoming, yet casual, feel. Mixing casual dinnerware is the key to pulling this off, especially if you plan to take the party outside or plan to make this a family affair {with young kids!}. Then, to add the perfect Easter accent, I love these adorable Pottery Barn bunny candy dishes packed with pastel M&M’s. Read on for how this Easter tablescape came together.

Ideas for Easter tablescapes

Pottery barn aqua plates, West Elm gold flatware, Pier1 gold napkin ringsHost Easter Sunday Lunch at Home with Fashionable Hostess

I created this lunch-time look starting with white dinner plates layered under turquoise Pottery Barn salad plates, and then miraculously I found Kim Seybert beaded placemats that matched the salad plates to a tee! On top of my salad plates I placed Kim Seybert greek key linen napkins with Pier1 hammered gold napkin rings. To accompany the gold accents I chose West Elm gold flatware. The final touch were my Juliska footed water goblets topped with fresh lemon wedges for an extra pop of Spring color. My new Robert Seigel Studio vase matched as well with its gold rim, which I filled with a simple white arrangement consisting of white Hydrangeas, Tulips, and Football Mums.

Dessert ideas for Easter LunchHosting Casual Easter Sunday Lunch for family and friendsHost Easter Sunday Lunch at Home - Pottery Ban Bunny Bowls

For dessert I was inspired by my Pinterest Board todo a donut buffet on my gold bar cart. {In case you missed it, I became obsessed with my new bar cart over St. Patrick’s Day and have used it for endless entertaining since!}. I placed a tower of pink, white and sprinkled donuts {from Dunkin Donuts – don’t tell anyone!!} on my 12″ Buttercream Cake Stand alongside more Pottery Barn bunny candy dishes. I filled the bottom level of my cart with cocktail and champagne options should anyone choose to enjoy some spirits over lunch.

Create a pretty Spring dessert Barcart displayStyle your bar cart for Spring

Hopefully this Easter will be warm and sunny allowing everyone to take this party outside, although given this example, being indoors wouldn’t be the worst option either!

Wishing you and your family a Happy Easter!

A special thanks to Pottery Barn for partnering with me on this post.

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  1. How pretty! The ceramic bunny dish is too adorable.

    xo, Laura
    http://brightandbeautifulblog.com

    April 1, 2015 • 9:29 am •
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