Easter Sunday arrives with Spring beauty, new fluffy dresses, white patent leather shoes, Easter bonnets, khaki or blue blazers, bunnies and baskets. What are you going to do for your Easter tablescape? What will you be serving Easter dinner?
Easter dinner is right in line with the Thanksgiving feast. As your lenten promises come to an end, it is time to indulge. Typical main courses include ham or lamb, green bean casserole or asparagus, lots of yummy rolls (hot cross buns anyone?), and cheesy potatoes. For dessert? A beautiful mile high carrot cake, of course! Entertaining the family at your house and need some help with recipes for the feast? We’ve got you covered. The Food Network has a fabulous page filled with tantalizing Easter treats.
Perusing Pinterest, our favorite source for party and table inspiration, we found some EGG-citing ideas.
How sweet is this?! Fresh, natural, sophisticated and simply stunning. A simple egg shell and blossoms. I’ve always wondered what good could come out of the pollen squiggles that seem to be everywhere? Now we know!
Adding eggs to your centerpiece and randomly placed on the table makes for a simple understated theme.
Looking for a different way to decorate your eggs? Tired of the old “dyed” and true methods? How about gilded eggs?Babycenter.blog has some amazing ideas for decorating eggs for Easter, turning them into works of art.
Image credit: Lulu Belle Interiors
Don’t forget the piece de resistance of Easter…the basket and the chocolate bunny! Are you the type that goes for the ears first?! They are always the best part.
Spring has finally arrived and it’s time for your toes to thaw out. Don your new Easter frock and break out the tulips…even if you have to thaw them out a la Father of the Bride!
Clayton Gray Home wishes you a Happy Easter and we can’t wait to show you all of the new treasures the Easter Bunny brought us from market!