Hosting a brunch event can feel overwhelming, especially for a large family-oriented holiday like Easter. So to help you get through it, my team and I put together an Easter Brunch kit to try to make the holiday as stress-free as possible! In this brunch kit we included a printable invitation, cupcake wraps and toppers, brunch menus, and name tag place cards to help keep your brunch looking pretty and in order. To complete the kit, we have these food tags to place in front of your Easter Brunch dishes as fun little labels. Include names of dishes and note certain ingredients that are common allergies to make things super easy for your guests. If appearance is everything, then you will definitely be looking good with this Easter Brunch set-up!
Our Easter Brunch food tags can be made on any color of text weight paper that will match your home and party decor. We used a pretty coral and aqua blue (see Shop this Project below!) color combination to match our cute papercut bunny Easter garland that we incorporated into our decor. These food tags include an adorable bunny cut-out that is a perfect complement for the occasion! If you have a cutting machine, this project will be especially easy. Simply save the SVG onto your computer and upload it to your machine. Save the bunny cut-outs to use as confetti to dress up your table setting! If you will be cutting by hand, use our PDF templates, which are designed to match the same purple and green pastel colors as our Easter Brunch place cards.
For more stress-free Easter solutions, browse our entire Easter section! We have plenty of egg decorating ideas to keep the kids occupied, and stay tuned for our downloadable Easter coloring book pages. Whatever you do, make sure you enjoy yourself this Easter! ~ Lia
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>They would be delicious with your orange clementine jam ?<
Have you made it? It really is delicious 🙂
Tks for the link: blueberry scones recipe
I still need to try out your recipe!! It looks so delicious
Hi team, could you please offer the recipe for the almond scones?
Tks in advance
We actually got these at our local bakery, but we do have a great gluten free scone recipe on our site! https://liagriffith.com/gluten-free-blueberry-scones/. They would be delicious with your orange clementine jam 😉