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How to Throw a Fun (and Simple!) Easter Party

photo by Oh Happy Day

Happy (almost!) Easter! I’m flying to Thailand for the long weekend with my boyfriend. Julian wants some sun and to enjoy his last holiday off work for a while. I couldn’t argue with that! Also, it’s his birthday this month, so really anything goes haha. Anyways, while we’re having a tropical Easter, I’m dreaming of simple ways to livey it up and make an unconventional twist on the traditional Easter. Hope you enjoy these tips for how to throw a fun (and simple!) Easter party!

Easter DIY pinata photo by Oh Happy Day!

1. First things first, you’ll want to put together a simple tablescape. I’m loving this white linen tablecloth covered with pretty pastels and topped off with a DIY giant Cascarones egg pinata filled with candy. Party hats, florals, and a paper garland are a couple of simple accents to help brighten it up!

photo by Studio DIY

2. I would definitely plan an Easter egg hunt. What’s Easter without an Easter egg hunt after all? If you don’t have painted eggs, then just use simple rainbow-colored plastic ones. Fill them up with candy, small toys, or confetti. This free printable Easter egg hunt banner would mark the cutest ending point for the big chase!

easter-basket-alternatives-new photo by Lovely Indeed

3. It’s time to revamp your Easter baskets! I’m in love with just about everything on this mommy-approved gift list, especially the bunny ankle socks and party crackers. Try wrapping it all up in a wicker market basket that you can reuse! Or go for one of these modern Easter basket alternatives.

Easter-table-dinner Clockwise from top left // The Sweet Lulu Blog / Sugar & Cloth / Lovely Indeed / Studio DIY

4. Need some last minute Easter decorations? Try these simple hand-painted Easter egg balloons that are sure to keep the little ones entertained. I also love the idea of making these easy peasy DIY honeycomb Easter eggs to hang up around the table or to use as a cake topper. Even if you’re going out to eat, you can still put together this last minute Easter dessert table to have when you get back. 

Want a healthier alternative to all the piles of candy and sugar? Make these DIY printable bunny boxes that are the perfect size for a mandarin orange. For more healthy Easter food, check out my round-up of 10 delicious vegan Easter recipes or the recipes from last year’s virtual Easter party.

I hope you all have a wonderful Easter with your friends and family!

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