Easter Dessert Brunch: Four Delicious Recipes + Tablescape

Since I am still in recovery mode, it was nice this year to not have to cook a full Easter meal.  We went out to eat for lunch and then came home for dessert.  I made four delectable treats and set the table with my favorite blue opaline and lots of spring color.

I kept the flowers pretty wildflower-y this year…they looked like spring, and they were cheap.  (they were in that 3 for $10 section at the grocery store – I find a grouping of these filler flowers can be a pleasing, organic look)

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Underneath the desserts in pie plates, I layered colorful, vintage handkerchiefs.

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I have grand ideas for tablescapes on holidays, and then the holiday sneaks up on me.  Luckily for me, I collect pieces throughout the year at fleas, thrift stores, and estate sales, which helps when I need to put together a pretty table in oh less than ten minutes.

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I was so happy I picked up these West Elm napkins (they are on sale now!) a few months ago.  Each one has a different stripe pattern on it which I love for an eclectic, collected vibe.   The plates were found at the Alameda Antique Fair in California this past January, the blue opaline makes an appearance nearly every holiday, and the glassware is vintage.

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Since I do not like marshmallows, Peeps have never looked good to me, and I have never tasted one in my life.  But they did look cute as little appetizers at the dessert brunch, nestled in the blue paper grass.  Plus these were dipped in dark chocolate, yummy!

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Now it wouldn’t be fair if I talked about all of these incredible desserts I made, and then didn’t share recipes, now would it?  A couple of these are tried and true, and a couple of them are new favorites, but let me tell ya, they were all delish, and there was barely anything left when all was said and done.  (always a clear sign of success)  Keep in mind too that these recipes would be fantastic for a Mothers Day Brunch or any other holiday for that matter.

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Two Great Party Theme Ideas

If you have some party planning in your near future, you may want to check out these articles I wrote with complete plans for food, invitations, decor, and activities!

First off, an 80′s party!  Side ponytails and scrunchies, anyone?  This party works for people of all ages!  Full details here.

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If you have a little wild animal in your life (I have four myself), you may want to think about a Safari party.  Everything you will need to celebrate your wild one is here.

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Planning events can feel overwhelming with all of the things you have to do everyday just to keep up with life.  I like to think these articles can help give you a plan and make things easy for you.  I hope you enjoy them!

Have a great Easter, Everyone!  May you celebrate Family, Love, & Life this weekend.  xo

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