Kids Entertaining: Easter

The kids had such fun at last year’s Easter egg hunt, I knew I wanted to make it an annual event. This year, I once again called on some of my favorites for the details, including favors and decor from Amy Blessing, flowers from Moon Canyon, and small bites from Annie Campbell.
The Table, Flowers, Baskets & Favors
To start, we laid this bunny pattern linen runner from Lake August down the center of the table. On top, Amy and I placed an assortment of veggies, some of the glitter eggs that we made for the hunt, and spring arrangements of plum fritillaria, muscari, dahlia, tulips, sweetpea, and artichoke, from Moon Canyon.
At each setting, we placed Gigogne tumblers

embroidered bunny napkins from Pottery Barn Kids, and the baskets that Amy had made for each of the little ones. For the baskets themselves, she used these simple bamboo ones, filled with natural grasses. On top she placed rabbit place cards made using wood cutouts from Etsy, this font, and handmade poms for the tails.

Around each basket she placed pussy willow crowns for the kids to wear during the hunt, held together with floral wire and a tiny bit of hot glue. And for the favors, she made little bunny bags using white linen from ISW, filled with Tattly veggie tattoos.


The Small Bites 

For munchies, Annie prepared some of her amazing crudité platters, comprised of snap peas, Persian cucumbers, asparagus, breakfast radishes, honeydew radishes and cauliflower, and served on Montes Doggett wood platters. To accompany them, she made delicious Avocado and Green Goddess dips, served in my favorite Big Sur Mugs from Materia Lumina. And for sweets, we served ‘Lette macarons in white and green. XXJKE