Hosting an Outdoor Easter Brunch


We host Easter nearly every year at our home and I just love hosting a party.  Due to the pandemic we obviously couldn't host our extended family but I wasn't going to bypass the festivities because it was just our immediate family.  I decided to create an outdoor Easter Brunch so that we could get outside to enjoy the beautiful weather but more importantly so that we could share in our neighborhood celebrations!


I set a table up out front and set it with paper goods and used just a few decor items I had as well as fresh tulips for a centerpiece.  I'm the type that has tons of paper goods always on hand so I didn't have to shop in store or online for these items.  I love making a balloon arch because they are cheap, easy and quick.  I had most of the balloons already on hand but I ordered a few more with Walmart Grocery Pickup so I never had to step foot in a store.  We just used some PVC pipes in the ground to hang the balloons.  I've since ordered a table balloon arch kit so I'll report back on that.  

My decor didn't take me much time at all but it brought big smiles to my girls and the neighbors loved the cheer it brought to the neighborhood.


I created an Easter themed Grazing Board for us to snack on before lunch.  It's funny how we killed the platter even though it was just us (hello Quarantine 15).  





If you know me you know I live for styling my family for parties, events and holidays, especially the girls!  I picked out the girls outfits long before the pandemic and there was no way I wasn't putting them to good use.  When selecting their outfits I kept in mind that I needed to coordinate with a boy, which is something I'm still getting used to, lol.  I decided on this fuchsia color as well as black and white.  I put daddy and Jack Jack in black and white and I found a dress with all three colors.  The girls outfits are actually leotards and faux suede pinafores from Mila & Rose which has the cutest selections ever!



I see these gorgeous family photos all over the place but I can't get my son to stand still and smile all while everyone else is looking at the camera and smiling with eyes open!!!!  The Holy Grail is easier to find; I'm sure of it!





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