Bring the family to the table this Easter with fresh creative touches that capture the essence of the season. Blend your tablescape with our tasty menu that might just become your Easter tradition.
An assortment of candleholders layered with clear marbles, gerbera daisies, and tea lights continue the floral theme down a yellow runner. A mix of small blooms placed in clean eggshells completes the ensemble. After blowing eggs, anchor them in eggcups with a dot of hot glue. Tap gently to make the opening on top large enough to fill the shell with water. Place a dainty bouquet of blooms in the shells.
Inspired by the sweetest sounds of spring—birds flitting around in the warm sunshine and bounty of new blooms—this birdcage with a floral arrangement inside takes center stage. Create your centerpiece in a container that can sit inside the cage, and adjust the flowers after placing inside. Assorted birdcages found at save-on-crafts.com.
These small baskets filled with white chocolate eggs double as place cards and party favors. To create baskets, cut 2 inches off the top of yellow paper bags using scissors with a decorative edge. Cut the band open, and then trim down the straight side with the decorative scissors. Cut the bottom of the bag down to the desired height for your basket. Tape ends of the band on opposite sides of the basket to create the handle. Fill baskets with paper grass and treats. Attach store-bought tags, or create your own using decorative scissors and white card stock printed with the names of your guests.
Food and Drinks
Create a tasty Easter menu with a Goat Cheese and Strawberry Salad, Parslied Cloverleaf Rolls, Grilled Leg of Lamb, Roasted Asparagus, Garlic-Herb Fingerling Potatoes, Corn Pudding, and your favorite festive cupcakes.