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Easter Party for Kids with Simple Decor Ideas

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Today we’re sharing a few cute ideas for hosting your own Easter Party for kids. This is one of our favorite traditions, as our kids have off a few extra days around Easter. They invite their friends over for lunch, we decorate eggs, and it’s just a nice way to start Easter break!

For this party, we worked with Kathy from The Bloomery, a local flower farmer. Check out the awesome Easter grass she grew for us! (Hint: if you’re local, she sells it to florists and anyone who wants to use it to decorate!)

Using our paper cutting machine, we cut simple bunny silhouettes out of thick paper, and attached them to skewers to “plant” in the Easter grass.

One of the favorite pieces around here are those little cupcake stands with cloches, and we used them to display Marshmallow bunnies to dress up the table. The raffia carrots are from Pottery Barn!

For little treats at each place setting, we made chocolate bunnies in chocolate molds and stood them in small bowls of jelly beans. The kids went straight for the ears 😉

We also used chocolate molds and candy melts to make these adorable chocolate carrots!

For a simple place setting, we used 12×12 patterned card stock cut into the shape of an Easter egg, and placed a glass plate as well as a paper plate (from Target!) for the kids to use.

In our shop, you can find invitations to host your own Easter party! Check them out HERE.

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  1. Love Love Love this!!! Great ideas and looks easy to pull together!