With Easter just a hop, skip, and a jump away, we’re betting some of you are in need of a few eggcellent party ideas! Don’t worry, we have about a dozen.
Let’s talk spring’s must-have party supplies from Bonjour Fete, like Liberty’s Green Betsy range, which is fresh, flowery and all around festive! The “Happy Easter” garland features bunnies with colorful pom-pom tails, a detail that gives us the warm fuzzies.
Even the flowers heard how cute these bunny ears are! And how about those giant tissue paper flowers?!
When it comes to setting your Easter table, don’t be afraid to play with patterns. We mixed the Liberty floral print dessert plates and napkins with sweet striped and scalloped cups and dinner plates.
These speckled placemats reminded us a bit of a spotted egg, perfect for Easter! We even created our own confetti by using a circle paper punch and a leftover plate. No detail is too small!
On the hunt for Easter basket-worthy fillers? These bunny coin purses are on the money. And, you can never go wrong with Sugarfina candy, these darling “Sun’s Out, Bun’s Out” cubes feature a furry cottontail and two ears!
A treat that’s always in season? Cupcakes. Especially when they’re covered in frosting flowers! These pretties were made by Whisk and Whittle.
Did we mention they match the print? (Just another fun little Easter Egg detail.)
We have a hunch somebunnies liked them.
If you thought we were done incorporating the Liberty print, you were wrong! What better way to decorate a papier-mâché egg than with a napkin and a little bit of Mod Podge Paper Matte?
Begin by cutting the napkin into small strips. Don’t worry too much about the size or shape of the strips, the napkins are very similar to tissue paper and easy to manipulate once covered with Mod Podge.
Put a layer of Mod Podge directly onto the papier mâché using a paintbrush, cover with a strip of napkin, smooth with your fingers. Repeat. Once you have covered the egg entirely, apply a thin layer of Mod Podge all over and let dry.
Arrange your perfectly printed papier mâché eggs in a cute Easter basket for display. These Piki Picnic Baskets are adorable, handmade and fair trade!
And with that, we wish all you lovely peeps the hoppiest Easter ever, filled with friends, family and florally fun!
Styling and Design: Royale Ziegler of But First, Party!
Photography by Billye Donya