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There are a lot of memorable things that come to mind when we think about spending Easter with the family. Easter holds a wide variety of traditions in different areas of the world.
Did you know that in Greece, they gather all of their old pots, pans, and other earthenware and throw them off of their balconies? This is to welcome spring while symbolizing new crops to come in new pots in the upcoming months.
While in Finland, the Scandinavian children dress up as witches and flood the streets asking for chocolate candy and bunnies!
We find, in America, Easter is a time to spend with your loved ones, filled with children’s games, food, Easter egg painting (and hunting), and did we mention candy?
Thanks to the fellow DIYer’s below, you too can throw the ultimate Easter Egg Hunt luncheon filled with DIY details that will leave you excited to continue the traditions year after year. From the menu to the egg decorating, to the party favors, we’ve got you covered!
Let’s start with the sweet and savory… the food!
Breakfast and Brunch
Crock Pot French Toast: A soft and sweet fan favorite, french toast will be a win for any of your party goers who have a sweet tooth! We love this easy recipe provided by Delish.com
Sausage & Egg Biscuit: Taste With Home provides a simple recipe of savory goodness that every party goer will be left wanting two (or three) more. An easily made, grab and go Easter brunch favorite.
Easter Egg Fruit Pizza: Elizabeth from Sugarhero shares an easy way to make fruit pizza that will be a nice touch to your brunch menu.
Mimosa Bar (for the adults): Monique from Divas Can Cook shares her refreshing way to offer adult beverages for your brunch goers.
Blueberry Mint Green Smoothie: Yes.. it tastes as good as it sounds. The Merry Thought shared this yummy recipe that all ages at the Easter lunch can enjoy.
Lunch and Dinner
Colorful Deviled Eggs: One great, timeless Easter party favorite, deviled eggs. Here’s a fun spin from Foodjimoto
Roasted Asparagus, Tomato, Feta and Couscous Salad: These are a few of my favorite things! A nice, light, healthy option for the veggie lovers in the group. Chelsea from Chelsea’s Messy Apron share her recipe here:
Scallop Potatoes with Tomatoes and Bell Peppers are a nice spin on a classic comfort food favorite. The Food Network shares a great recipe.
Sweet Hot Plum Honey Glazed Ham will be a new Easter lunch or dinner favorite with this easy recipe from My Recipes .
Salmon With Cucumber Relish : Not a fan of the traditional Easter ham? Try Martha Stewarts take on salmon with a homemade cucumber radish relish.
Cheddar Popover Bread : Women’s Day shares a great recipe for cheddar popovers, because you don’t want to forget the bread on your dinner plate.
Homemade Peanut Butter Eggs You didn’t think we would forget the sweets, did you? Here is a timeless chocolate peanut butter favorite you can easily make for your Easter gathering.
Easter Egg Sugar Cookies are colorful, easy to make and so delicious! Make it a new tradition to make with your kids each year, thanks to Sam at Ahead of Thyme.
Chocolate Flower Cakes are a fun take on your average buttercream cake. Adding color with handmade chocolate flower petals? Count us in! Thanks to The Cake Blog for this helpful how-to!
Easter Puppy Chow is an Easter party favorite among all guests. Add Cadbury eggs like Design, Eat, Repeat has here, and it’ll be an added bonus for your sweet tooth!
Easter Egg Decorating
Decorating eggs is a great way to show your personality and style. It’s also a fun way to start new traditions with your family as you make them. Here are some of our favorite ways to decorate your Easter eggs.
Cheeseburger Easter Eggs are a really fun, unique spin on the normal Easter Egg Decorations. We love this DIY from Studio DIY.
Natural Dyed Eggs provide a new, environmentally friendly way to dye your eggs for your upcoming Easter egg hunt. We love this how-to provided by “Big Sis, Lil’ Sis.”
Painterly Pastel Eggs is a fun craft to do with your child and will bring a nice pop of color to your Easter Day decor. Thanks to Paper N Stitch blog, you can recreate these at home!
Typography Easter Egg can add some fun banter to the colorful eggs you create this year. Lovely Indeed provides a step by step how to so you can include them in your Easter Egg Decor.
Marbled Easter Eggs are a really creative DIY that can really set the ton for your Easter Brunch. See how Alice & Lois made these come to life!
Gold Leaf Easter Eggs will add a little flash and a lot of flare to your Easter Egg Hunt. She Knows provides a step-by-step guide to bring these beauties to life!
Water Color Floral Easter Eggs are a beautiful spring touch to the classic egg decoration. Whether you use them as a centerpiece or scatter through out your lawn for an egg hunt, It’s Always Autumn shares her how to.
Glitter and Confetti Easter Eggs are packed with color using a few items that are often found around the house. Hello, Wonderful shares an easy step by step for you to try these with your kiddos!
Glitter Easter Eggs because who doesn’t love glitter? Doodle & Stitch shows us just how easy these can be done!
Kool-Aid Dyed Easter Eggs are a fun, new way to get vibrant dyed eggs! Hometalk shares their easy process on how it’s done.
Decor & Games
One of our favorite parts of DIY party planning would have to be the decor and party favors! There is nothing as great as walking into a space, knowing you created all of the decor yourself, for you and your guests to enjoy. Take a look at our favorite ways to liven up your space, with Spring and Easter in mind.
DIY Tulip Wreath ; A lovely and welcoming way to add color to your Easter gathering. Added bonus, The How To Mom makes this step by step guide look extremely easy!
Easter Egg Hunt Clues (with a free printable) These are a really fun way to give the kiddos of the bunch a few hints on where the easter eggs are hidden, or also, where their Easter baskets are hidden! KC Edventures includes a free printable to make this years hunt even more interactive.
Confetti Egg Will be the ultimate way to add some extra sparkle to your Easter Egg Hunt. Oh Happy Day shares their tradition with us here:
Easter Egg Basket Made of Candy A new, edible way to display your child’s Easter goodies! The Craft Patch shares a fun how-to for these chocolate baskets your loved ones will adore!
DIY Eggshell Place Card Holders Guys… these simply made name card holders brought to you, thanks to The Merry Thought are such a lovely touch to your Easter Day festivities.
Paint Stir Stick Floral Centerpiece This is a genius hack that is easy to make, and will bring a nice element of Spring to your Easter Brunch fun. Thanks to the lovely Wedding Chicks for providing such an awesome DIY that will shout, “welcome spring!” to your gathering.
Bunny Party Hats Are the cutest take home party favor for your guests, big and small. Find it here from The House That Lars built:
DIY Egg Popper Game Will be a fan favorite of all ages at your Easter event. A fun tradition to start with the children of the family, Studio DIY shares how to create them!
Pom Pom Bunny Tail Garland DIY Candy has created the cutest bunny tail garland that you can easily re-create for your Easter festivities at your home.
Ultimate Easter Brunch Table Setting Put your mind at ease this Easter, and follow Tell Love and Party’s steps to the perfect brunch. From the center piece, to the table settings and garland, your guests will love it.
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