Easter isn’t too far away, ya’ll! We’re starting off the EASTER celebrating with this featured real party by my friend Deanna Talwalker of Mirabelle Creations! I fell in love with this party because of the bow tie details (my wedding had lots of bow tie details). I also LOVE the seersucker – another southern staple! So this Easter Brunch celebration is right down my alley! Deanna did a little research on the word “seersucker”. The word seersucker comes from the Persian words shir-o-shakar, which translates to milk and sugar. Clearly, the name confirms that it’s the perfect dessert table fabric! The cute party printables and sweet treats (like macarons in a push-up pop – easy and cute) make throwing an Easter Brunch at the top of my list this year.
Dessert Table: The inspiration for the table started with the pale pink, yellow, and light blue seersucker fabrics. All of the printable paper goods incorporate those colors, along with a pop of coral. The printable paper goods also include a simple stripe, like the seersucker fabric. The dessert table was first topped with pink ruffled seersucker table runners. A fabric flag banner, made from yellow and blue seersucker, decorated the bead board backdrop. A white hobnob vase held blue hydrangeas. Small ceramic bunnies and chicks were placed on the table for a subtle Easter vibe.
Easter is the perfect time for light, fresh desserts. Angel Food Cake was topped with whipped frosting and toasted coconut. A hand made bow tie was wrapped around the cake. Bow ties also decorated platters and candy jars. Strawberry Filled Vanilla Cupcakes with Vanilla Buttercream were topped with Easter cupcake toppers from the printable paper goods Collection. The table also included Strawberry Mousse, Assorted Macarons, and Vanilla Meringues.
Drink Station: A small drink station was set up on a vintage vanity table. Sparkling Strawberry Lemonade was served in mason jar glasses adorned with bow ties. Push up pops were filled with macarons for simple take-home favors.