Set the table this Easter with these spring themed DIYs that will help you put together a beautiful cohesive Easter brunch in no time at all. From centerpiece ideas, to table decor and printed menus and invitations there is everything you need for the brunch, except the food!
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Set the table this Easter with some fresh tulips in a vase lined with Peeps to create a unique centerpiece for your family gathering. To learn how to recreate this spring centerpiece visit Bell'alimento.
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Surprise your family and friends by mailing these beautiful Easter brunch invitations that have spring blossoms and elegant cursive script in shades of teal, dusty pink and pale yellow. The free printable Easter brunch invitation can be downloaded for free at Lia Griffith.
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Easter Brunch DIY Ideas: Honeycomb Egg Decorations
These honeycomb eggs are so much fun! You can make large sized eggs to hang as decor over the dining table, or smaller eggs to work as cupcake or cake toppers. Check out this tutorial from The Spruce to learn how to make them.
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Direct guests where to sit by making some Peep place cards using clay cut into shape with a cookie cutter and painted in cheerful hues of pink, yellow and orange. Learn how to sculpt your own bunny placecards by reading the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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Download a copy of this colorful free printable Easter menu that you can customize for your Easter feast. Make sure to leave a copy of the menu on top of each plate, to allow guests to get excited about what they will eating. The cute design features Easter eggs and tulips and fits two menus per on sheet of letter sized paper. The Easter menu template available Sarah Hearts.
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Let the kids help decorate the table this Easter by cutting out eggs from various colors of tissue paper and using Mod Podge to adhere the eggs to a long piece of white paper. Read the full tutorial on how to create this inexpensive Easter egg table runner over at The Handmade Home.
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If you are looking for an easy way to make brunch classics like cinnamon buns, pancakes or muffins seem more festive for Easter, stick a Easter food toppers into them. To make your own download the mini signs available at Living Locurto and attach them onto toothpicks or lollipop sticks and stick into the tops of the food items.
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Easter Brunch DIY Ideas: Rabbit Cake Stand
Showcase your decorated eggs or baked goods on this rabbit cake stand that combined a ceramic bunny figurine and a plate to create a truly special Easter cake stand perfect for your Easter feast. Learn how to make your own cake stand by reading the easy tutorial at A Bubble Life.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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Add a soft glow of candlelight to your Easter brunch by adding small tealight candles into the shells of colored Easter eggs to add a wonderful ambience to your dining space. Make your own set of egg tealight candles by following the guide at Little Inspiration.
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Surprise your brunch guests with a mini basket favor left on each person's plate. Not only will the favor double as extra decor, but the mini baskets filled with candy eggs or chocolates that are sure to bring a smile to everyone's face. To craft your own mini baskets check out the guide at Studio DIY.
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Using sheets of cardstock create a few bunny cut outs that can sit down the middle of your table for an inexpensive Easter decorating idea. To make your own download the bunny templates at Two Zero One which are available for your Silhouette or to be printed and cut out by hand.