Hey guys! Happy Easter weekend! I’m hosting a small Easter brunch with family this Sunday and with 6 kids under 5 at my house wanted to keep things as simple as possible. I tend to go slightly overboard when entertaining, which I love to do, but ends up being a lot of work and sometimes added stress, so this Easter I’m going the opposite direction but not sacrificing a pretty table either.
I found some really pretty paper goods at Kuhl Linscomb in Houston, everything on my Easter table can be tossed after brunch which means no dishes for me and more time to enjoy having with family. I love bold color and florals for Easter so mixed in some gingham, florals and stripes for my tablescape, I’ve had this burlap tablecloth for years, which I won’t toss after the party but you could totally go the paper cloth route too, this brand is great because the paper is higher quality so it still looks good on your table.
We also went mess-free for Easter egg decor this year. I found this neat little egg decorating situation that uses markers instead of messy dye, and the girls LOVED it! How cute are the eggs?!
As for the brunch menu, we’re keeping it super traditional (ham, deviled eggs, potato salad, rolls and sugar cookies for dessert–yum!). Have a wonderful Easter weekend y’all!
Photos by Waverly Walla