Easter Brunch & Table Setting

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  • Spring! It’s my favorite time of the year. Fresh air, new beginnings and lots of brunches! The colors are so soft and beautiful as the season begins to bloom. Enjoy this Easter brunch photographed by Alea Lovely including diy ideas and of course, recipes!
     
    Easter brunch and decor via Julie Blanner and Alea Lovely
     
    Hardboiled eggs dyed in the softest blue and natural brown eggs filled apothecary jars for simple decor along with a preserved boxwood wreath.
     
     
    Tulips draped over my favorite white pitcher 
     
     
    and filled my burlap bag.
     
     
     
    An abundance of berries and sweets on the Easter brunch buffet
     
    fresh fruit in sugar cones - convenient and beautifully displayed photographed by Alea Lovely
     
    Sugar cones are a delicious compliment to an array of fruit and are also easy to pass
     
    monkey bread recipe
     
    Who can resist monkey bread? Certainly not me.
     
    Lifestyle blogger & entertaining expert shares her Easter brunch filled with easy do-it-yourself decorations & recipes
     
    and gooey butter is this St. Louisan’s favorite treat and I’m sure it will be yours, too after just one bite.
     
    gooey butter cake recipe
     
    signature cocktail recipe | peach champagne punch photographed by Alea Lovely
     
    Peach champagne punch is a great signature drink to keep serving guests stress free.
     
    signature cocktail recipe | peach champagne punch photographed by Alea Lovely
     
    If that isn’t sweet enough, bakery sugar cookies {made at home} are the perfect ending to Easter brunch. They  melt in your mouth.
     
    the best sugar cookies make great treats or favors photographed by Alea Lovely
     
    Or offer them in a take home bag sealed with washi tape
     
    the best sugar cookies make great treats or favors photographed by Alea Lovely
     
     
    I had originally planned to plant grass for my Easter table, but never found the time. As an alternative, I filled a wooden box, which cheese comes in at the grocery store, with hardboiled eggs.
     
     
     
    and loose tulips! To recreate this look, fill a box with fabric to build up the space, add eggs and insert fresh cut tulips {or your flower of choice}. It’s perfectly imperfect.
     
    Easy Easter centerpiece filled with eggs and tulips photographed by Alea Lovely at julieblanner.com
     
    Hardboiled eggs in egg cups were embellished with a gold sharpie for place cards
     
    Spring table setting with ruffled linen napkins and egg place card photographed by Alea Lovely
     
    Don’t you just adore these ruffled linen napkins I found at Pottery Barn?
     
    Spring table setting with ruffled linen napkins and soft blue china photographed by Alea Lovely
     
    With every holiday or season, I usually update my artwork. This print will be hard to take down once Spring has passed. Click here for the diy frame and art.
     
    Easy art in minutes for less than $10 julieblanner.com
     
     
    Lifestyle blogger & entertaining expert shares her Easter brunch filled with easy do-it-yourself decorations & recipes
     
     
    beautiful Easter brunch table setting and decor photographed by Alea Lovely
     
    Photography: Alea Lovely
     
    Don’t miss the kids’ Easter party here!
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