Well folks, spring has sprung! March is here, which means Easter is more than on its way. This year I tried to come up with a uniquely fun and different Easter brunch tablescape idea to inspire you. I always love using pastel colors during spring, and this Easter tablescape is no exception.
My inspiration for this entire bunny-themed table setting took a turn when I spied these fabulous bunny plates at Michael’s. They just called to me—do your ever have that feeling? While it looks like they’re sold out now, Pier 1 also has bunny plates so you can achieve a similar look!
I loved how all of the bunnies were wearing hats, glasses and bows. I’ve nicknamed them “hipster bunnies” and decided to theme this whole Easter tablescape around the idea of using hipster bunnies. Aren’t they adorable?
Want to recreate my Easter brunch tablescape for your own celebration? Keep reading, and I’ll give you all the tips, tools and tricks to make this party for yourself! I also decided to make some fun graphics and chalkboard-like signs to incorporate into this Easter brunch table. You guessed it—more hippity hoppity hipster bunnies! I made this “Welcome to our Easter Brunch” printable PDF sign that looks just like a real chalkboard, and all you have to do is print it on plain white card stock!
How cute is this bunny ears top hat centerpiece? I found mine at Michael’s, and you can purchase a similar one here for your table. I sat it on top of a speckled egg wreath, and ta-da! Instant and easy table centerpiece that’s sure to be the talk of your party!
I also created a printable chalkboard-like sign featuring a different hipster bunny! It’s perfect for your buffet or dessert table and reads “Hippity Hoppity Happy Easter” on a chalkboard background. Just insert into your favorite white or vintage-looking frame to complete the look.
Let’s talk place cards! I made some fun little bird’s nest place cards using small nests that I filled with speckled robin’s eggs and gold colored eggs. Finally, I glued names to each of the larger golden eggs to finish my place cards. Wouldn’t your guests love to sit down in front of these place cards? I know I would!
As part of my hipster twist, instead of using the familiar and traditional Peter Cottontail, I made this funny little printable sign with an image of a girl bunny wearing glasses and a bow on her ear and it reads “Here Comes Abigail Cottontail.”
To coordinate, I’ve also got these hipster bunny food pick printables available just for you and your Easter brunch! Simply print out and cut around each bunny face, then glue to a toothpick and insert into your veggies, desserts, cheese or, in my case, donuts!
Wishing you and yours a very hippity hoppity hipster Easter celebration!