PICK YOUR FAVE: 4 SUPER CUTE EASTER BRUNCH TABLE IDEAS

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Easter is easily one of my favourite family Holidays. First, there's the chocolate, and then there's the fact that it's very first occasion to celebrate the season of flowers and pastel nails! And since I'm conveniently forced to take it a bit slow these days, I'm happily embracing all the family time, including our annual get-together on Easter for an over-the-top Sunday brunch, with brightly dyed eggs, fresh narcissuses, and more chocolate than even remotely appropriate. Not sure yet which way we'll be going this year, but rest assure that these super cute Easter brunch table ideas will serve as our no. 1 inspo!

 

Easter brunch table

I've said it before and I'll say it again: pastel shades are just quintessentially Spring, even if you're not that girly. :) I'm definitely the one who buys yet another set of napkins, just because they come in a shade of pink I hadn't come across before. And how gorgeous are those flower eggs?? (for steady hands only) Finally, a simple bouquet of white, soft pink and yellow blooms is a must for every Easter brunch table - no question about that. And if you have a Spring wedding coming up, this one would make for the prettiest wedding bouquet too!

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Easter brunch

And speaking of blooms: how about going all out with them? As a, eh, natural nature lover I wouldn't pass up the chance of recreating these flower crowned eggies (seriously!) or bouquet cones. So simple but so effective!

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Easter brunch table

I wouldn't immediately picture a taupe or moody green table when I think of Easter, but I have to say I'm into the idea ever since laying eyes on these pretty table settings. Obviously, the thin sleek white candles are a must to lighten up the mood, as are the golden cutlery and natural cotton napkins. And these marbled blue eggs are so pretty I'd consider having them around year-round!

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Easter brunch table

And then there's the most appealing one of all: keep it extra simple with hand-picked flowers, a white linen tablecloth and pretty string lights. Throw some pretty blooms is your regular storage jars and - my personal fave - dress up your Easter eggs as little bunnies (the handmade napkins are actually super affordable!). Done and done!

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Which one is your fave? I think I'll go with the pastel bouquets, thin candles, and flower crown eggs! :)

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