pastel easter prettiness

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Since the bunny hops on down the trail this Sunday, we thought we would share some lovely pastel Easter inspiration with you!  Whether you are dying eggs with the kids in the kitchen or going out to a lovely brunch with family, Easter is a particularly fun holiday to get crafting!  Here are some links and ideas!

(photo: Olivia Gird Photography/styling: Gracie Lou Events: see more from this shoot HERE)

Set the mood.  If the weather is nice, why not bring your brunch table outdoors?  Mix and match furniture in pretty pastel shades adds a light romantic touch to your table.  Flowers in hues of blush and butter from Stoneblossom Floral and Event Design create a striking centerpiece in sweet spring style.

Have fun with it! Make cute bunny garland to string across your dessert table (A fun idea to create an ombre look is to cut the bunnies out of paint samples from the hardware store in pastel shades).  Get the kids involved, too.  These natural Easter egg dyes create soft subtle shades and aren't full of chemicals or food coloring.

Celebrate! Setting up a simple Mimosa Bar with champagne (or sparkling cider for the kiddos) and different juices adds a fun touch to your brunch, and also keeps with the pretty pastel color theme.  Alternatively, follow this recipe for a delicious daytime drink that looks just as good as it tastes!

Hippity hop over to Sweet Indulgence and grab some of these adorable bunny cake pops (also in bunny tails and little lambs) for a little something different in all of your baskets.  Finally, add some fun to your backyard Easter egg hunt with little bunny statues and chalk board signs leading the kids in every direction!

Just want to relax and enjoy the day out instead of entertaining at home?  Join Castle Hill Inn for their superb brunch and Easter egg hunt on the lawn (you might even spot a few of their local live bunnies hopping about in the gardens). Click HERE for details!  Hoppy Easter, Readers!

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