ENTERTAINING TIPS :: Easter brunch

Ah, spring has arrived!

There’s nothing sweeter than Easter brunch, especially when a table is filled with laughter, scrumptious food and gorgeous springtime blooms!

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We designed our Easter Brunch to nod to the whimsy and freshness of the season, with creamy garden roses, fringed tulips, lime green and cream parrot tulips, vibrant viburnum, and charming teacups with eclectic patterns all anchoring the table. Found vintage china welcomed guests to their place settings and fresh jams, julep cups and handmade crocheted napkin bands added spring flair.

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We nestled fresh fleurs into the teacup and saucers with Parisian metal frogs {if you don’t have frogs you can use eco-friendly foam or chicken wire} and build out charming arrangements by contrasting height and texture. Start with taller viburnum stems or tulips and cluster similar flowers together to create a layered look. Send guests home with the teacups après-brunch! Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideasEaster brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas Easter brunch ideas

 

Photos and spread: Valley & Co.

Make our viola ice cubes with a few easy steps:

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1. place a scant amount of water in an ice cube tray – filling each slot just about 1/8″ full {with freshly boiled water}

2. place violas gently in the slots, barely pressing them down into the water and place in freezer

3. once frozen add another bit of water until the slots are filled 1/2 way full of water. Place in the freezer.

4. take the tray out of the freezer and fill with the remaining water, filling to the top. Freeze.

Just like that and you have really gorgeous ice cubes that are perfect for any spring fête!

What are your Easter plans? Will you be hosting brunch?

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