We traditionally have Easter brunch with our friends which includes an egg hunt for the kiddos, and this year was no different. This year, I decided to focus on the true meaning of Easter with a “He is Risen” goodie table for after the egg hunt. I started with making a cross backdrop with paper rosettes in yellows and greens. I set out coordinating gumballs, peeps, vanilla pudding, cotton ball cheese puffs, key lime cupcakes, lemon bites and a coconut cake for dessert. We enjoyed a delicious brunch and the kids hunted for Easter eggs filled with tickets which they traded for toys from the toy stash.
In our family, Easter is the most important holiday of the year. Not because of the egg hunts, baskets, bunnies and sugar covered goodies, but because of the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.
We had wonderful weather, delicious food and great company. It was a perfect day.
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What a lovely party! Everything is so pretty! I loved that you incorporated the true meaning of this holiday and represented it with the cross throughout your decorations. Your son is the cutest bunny ever!
Thank you so much Glenda!
Love it, Michelle! I love the “He is Risen” sign and the paper rosette cross for the backdrop. Everything is just gorgeous!
Thank you Katie 🙂
Wow! Everything, and I mean EVERYTHING is just incredibly beautiful! You never disappoint with your amazing talent! Beautifully done, my friend! 🙂
Thank you sweet Laura! 🙂