Curious how the Odebrech’ts spent Easter? We really just kicked back and enjoyed with some treats, an egg hunt and a yummy brunch. Here are the highlights from the Easter 2011.
Here’s the dessert table. This is where I spent most of my prep time because let’s be honest, this is always my favorite part of a party!!
Here is my favorite treat of the day. Carrot Cake cake pops as seen in Bakerella. I saw this idea as a marshmallow pop and knew that Bakerella must have some and she did not disappoint!
These were some fun and festive goodies. The classic haystacks make fabulous birds nests. These are simple and could be great for a number of different spring parties.
The birds were a very simple project that I found on Martha Stewart Last Minute Easter Ideas.
Some plastic eggs, paper streamers and a permanent marker.
Each of the kids got a basket for gathering eggs in the egg hunt.
Aren’t these printables darling. I found them on Catch My Party courtesy of Peace Love Cupcakes. Added a little ribbon to the bottle and a 2″ circle. Good to go.
I always love to find giant lollipops that fit my theme. These were perfect at a buck a piece. Perfect.
I don’t know why, but I love these Izze soda bottles. They are so stinkin’ perfect for every table…
Here is the kids table. Super simple. Paper egg plates and napkins I found at Target. I also found these cute little carrots with treats inside on Martha’s last minute Easter ideas. Super simple and inexpensive. I just used a chocolate bunny and wrapped it with an orange streamer and topped with a green streamer cut to look like a carrot top. Easy peasy!
This centerpiece for the kids table turned out better than expected as a last minute idea. I found these carrot bubbles in the Target dollar spot. first I placed some green Styrofoam in a trifle dish and covered it with crinkled paper. Next, I taped a skewer to each of the carrot bubbles with packing tape (tried double sided and it wasn’t strong enough). This centerpiece cost less than $5 and included a fun item for the kids.
Adult table featured some fresh flowers (of course…it’s Easter).
Again, kept it simple with paper products from Target. Added a little Martha touch. I selected some 12 x 12 paper and cut flowers with my Cricut. Added a coordinating mini cupcake wrapper filled with Jelly Bellies. Cute and simple (are you sensing a theme…simple).
Isn’t this bread adorable? It was as yummy as it was cute…well almost. It sure is cute.
We did some Easter Egg hunting and then..
with these beautiful eggs, we did some…
Easter Egg smashing!! Always a big hit!!
Happy Easter all!! I hope you got some time to spend with your families!!