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Hosting brunch is already a fun endeavor, but having it on Easter Sunday gives you the chance to get even more creative! Think pastels, carrots, and bunnies and you’re halfway ready to preparing the perfect brunch. All you really  have to worry about is making sure your decor matches your theme and preparing finger foods for everyone to snack on. The Easter Bunny will take care of the rest!

Dot your wooden spoons with a pastel button to doll them up for the occasion. It’s simple, cheap, and fast! (via Kara’s Party Ideas)


Take your ordinary utensils and dip a few in pastel paints in honor of Easter. (via Southern Weddings)


If you don’t want to dip your utensils, dip your bowls! The color adds an extra pop of color that brings life to your dining table. (via LEIF)


This bunny cupcake stand acts as a great centerpiece for Easter and other spring-themed festivities. (via Inside & Out)


Polka dot your linens to add a fun touch of personality to the even the boring bits of the dining experience. (via Design Mom)


Kids will love this! An Easter nest setting is a quirky but cool addition to your table settings. (via Martha Stewart)


Make your own cutting board and display it on the table as a cheese plate! (via Oh Happy Day)


Bunnies aren’t the only ones who can enjoy a carrot! Juice carrots with grapefruit and ginger to make healthy drink for the occasion. (via Whole Living)


These avocado deviled eggs add the perfect touch of green to your Easter food palette. (via Mother Thyme)


A loaded baked potato frittata is a great, light meal for brunch. (via Two Peas & Their Pod)


Save some money by making your own whole milk ricotta cheese to serve at Easter brunch! (via Food for My Family)


Satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth by serving honey apricot roasted sweet potatoes as a side dish. (via Savoring the Thyme)

pink grapefruit and orange compote with ginger yogurt

End your brunch on a sweet note by making pink grapefruit and orange compote with ginger yogurt for dessert! (via Cookin’ Canuck)

What will you serve at your brunch before everyone runs off for the egg hunts?

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