Hippity hoppity, Easter is two weeks away! There is a lot to get ready for if you are entertaining on Easter Sunday—table settings, egg hunts, not to mention the food you will be serving. I have put together items that I recommend you use to make your Easter beautiful, memorable and fun.
Before we go anywhere, let’s start off with the baking essentials since they are my forte. I absolutely love decorating sugar cookies, but it seems that Christmas is the only time of year to do it—wrong! This Easter Bunny Cookie Cutter Set will have you pulling out the sugar cookie recipe, frosting tips and sprinkles. The bunny shape keeps it simple, but festive. You can get the bunny cookie cutter set here, but if you are looking for more shapes, I suggest this seven piece set.
For an Easter basket that has an elegant touch, I suggest this wooden woven basket. It comes in a cherry or soft maple version, and though it’s lovely for Easter, I can see myself using it all year long. Purchase your own here.
If you have children of your own or some in town for the holiday, you will need to keep them entertained. Williams-Sonoma has this wonderful chalkboard Easter egg decorating kit, that I wish I had when I was a kid! It’s a lot less messy than the egg dying kits (sorry PAAS). You can find the kit here.
It wouldn’t be Easter without a little seerksucker! Gents will be sporting their seersucker in the form of jackets, bowties and pants, but why not introduce the summery cotton blend to your tablescape? You can find the seersucker napkins here, and if you want to go all out, you can also get a seersucker tablecloth here.
If you’re going to decorate eggs, then they deserve a pretty pedestal to sit on! These simple wooden egg cups are the perfect stage to let all the beautiful decorating shine. You can find them here.
Easter brunch is not complete without mimosas, which means you need champagne flutes. You can purchase them by half a dozen here.
Whether you are serving carrot cake, cheesecake or a batch of cupcakes, a cake stand is a must during Easter. I love the robin’s egg blue color of this cake stand—perfect for spring and summer! You can find it here.
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