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Plan a Unique Easter Brunch with These Style Tips

March 22, 2016

Photo Credit: Debi Lilly / A Perfect Event / Averyhouse

When you think of Easter, do you imagine building baskets from the Easter bunny for the kids, full of that plastic, neon grass? If so, this event’s décor is going to change what you think of this springtime holiday. Gone are the saccharine eggs, replaced by delicate candles, and instead of chocolate bunnies, there’s a lovely brunch awaiting your guests. We want to share with all of you this adorable yet upscale look that would be just perfect for any Easter brunch or luncheon.

Photo Credit: Debi Lilly / A Perfect Event / Averyhouse

Orchid Shantung table linen was the gorgeous base to this detailed and charming theme. The vibrant hue offered a departure from the traditional pastel shades seen around this holiday. The rest of the décor was a bit more subdued, but we love that the base color was this daring purple. The water glasses featured a bit of color, too, with pastel peach flower petals peppering the surface.

Photo Credit: Debi Lilly / A Perfect Event / Averyhouse

Pastel-hued favors sat atop each place setting, and bouquets of periwinkle, peach, and pistachio dotted the center of the table. Interspersed with these floral arrangements were sweet egg-shaped candles—perfect for the holiday adding a little whimsy, don’t you think?

Photo Credit: Debi Lilly / A Perfect Event / Averyhouse

Because there’s so much color to this look, the White Lamour napkins and white plates provide a welcomed balance. It’s a well-planned décor theme, and one we bet will be popular this year and for years to come.

Photo Credit: Debi Lilly / A Perfect Event / Averyhouse 

Are you planning an Easter event this year? Tell us about some of your ideas in the comments!


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