Happy spring to all! I hope things have been going fabulously! We’ve finally started seeing some sun shining through the rain clouds here in Portland and it could not be coming at a better time. This winter has been a serious drag with all the snow and rain we’ve gotten, and we are ready for things to transition just before one of my very favorite holidays, Easter. Mark your calendars for April 11th, I will be paying a visit to the legendary 30 Rock building for an appearance on the Today Show! I’ll be spending the morning with Al Roker during the 9am hour to share a gorgeous design for both an Easter brunch table and a kid’s Easter table. And each component of the table settings will have a corresponding tutorial on the site! Find our photos below for a sneak preview of set-ups.
Easter Brunch Table
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We are loving that Pantone’s Color of the Year is Greenery, so we used this as some of our main inspiration for the botanical brunch spread. Because Easter is right in the middle of spring, it is a perfect time to showcase some stunning seasonal blooms. To tie in some pops of blush pink tones that complement our greens, we designed a beautiful crepe magnolia branch with a mixture of buds and blooms. Our brunch table setting includes shredded paper nests, calligraphy egg place cards and DIY linen napkins, just to name a few. We’ll also be sharing plenty of styling tips along the way, like how to create a fresh greenery table runner and how to use paper ferns in your spring home decor. Follow along as we post all the projects in our DIY Easter collection!
Kid’s Easter Table
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While we went for an elegant, woodsy theme for our adult table, our kid’s Easter table is all about bright, vibrant colors for spring. Starting with coloring placemats as a perfect activity to keep your little ones entertained during brunch, we also added bunny treat boxes and party hats as playful holiday accents. Our centerpiece is bursting with colorful hues in yarn pom poms, painted wooden Easter eggs and carrot treat cones, all arranged in an upcycled DIY Easter basket. If you are looking for Easter kid’s craft inspiration, be sure to look through our favorite projects that little ones can do for the occasion.
We can’t wait to see you there! ~ Lia & Team
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