Easter Brunch and Egg Hunt

Last year we had our first Easter Egg Hunt and I couldn’t wait to have one this year.  But, with busy schedules and lots of other activities going on we ended up not having our big Easter egg hunt with friends.  Instead I planned an Easter Brunch for our family and we had a small get together with lots of fun hanging out together.

I loved the Easter party package from Dimpleprints I used last year and decided to use it again this year and reused many of the same elements. I used the play set in my parent’s backyard as the backdrop and hung a fabric banner to add a pop of color.  I added large colorful picture frames, a coffee filter wreath my grandmother  made and the Easter Egg Hunt sign to act as the focal point.

The bunny cupcakes were such a huge hit last year I decided to make them again and also made pink cotton candy Bunny Push Up Pops to match. Click here to download the free printables and get the easy DIY tutorial. And since bunnies love carrots I had to make the adorable carrot patch cupcakes inspired by Frog Prince Paperie.

The food was delicious and everyone pitched in and helped make something.  My sister made the coconut egg nest, my dad made the ham and egg nest and I made yogurt parfaits, mini pancakes and cupcakes.  We also had fresh fruit, scrambled eggs, bacon and hard boiled eggs.

After brunch the kids went on an egg hunt and it was so fun to watch them dashing around the yard looking for the hidden treasures.  After all the eggs were found they sat down to see what goodies were inside.  It was so fun to watch them share with each other and make “trades” for their favorites.

One of our favorite Easter traditions is confetti eggs (also known as Cascarones Eggs. so grandma gave each of the kids a box of confetti eggs and let them go wild.  This truly is one of my favorite things, the giggles that ensue are simply priceless!

My sister used the printables from the girls at Eighteen25 and made Bunny Tail party favors for all the kids to take home.

We had such a lovely morning and although we didn’t have our annual Easter Egg Hunt with friends it was a fun party and the kids had a blast.

I’m sharing the fun here.
Mariah
Mariah Leeson is the creative mind behind www.gigglesgalore.net. With a passion for celebrating, Mariah created Giggles Galore to inspire families to celebrate life’s little moments with creative, budget friendly ideas. She loves cooking, reading, crafting, hosting parties and most of all spending time giggling with her family.
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Comments

  1. So much fun. The children are adorable.

  2. Adorable!

  3. Another very cute Giggles Galore party! Well done! I love the cotton candy push up bunny rabbits. I added them to my 10 Creative Push Pop Container Ideas post today. They're so creative!

  4. I wanted to have an Easter party at our house this year but didn't get to- planning for next year. Love these ideas- will have to keep them in mind!

  5. adorable pary

  6. You are just amazing! Love everything!!! :))

  7. That was an amazing party!

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  8. Fun and beautiful party! Thanks for sharing. I'm your newest follower!

  9. Hi,

    I followed you over from Sundae Scoop love your party ideas. I would like to invite you to share this, and any other posts, on my link party at http://www.michellestastycreations.blogspot.com. Have a great weekend.

    Hugs,
    Michelle

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