5 Incredible Parties For Easter
I can't wait for spring. To me, nothing says spring like an Easter party filled with gorgeous desserts and pretty pastel colors. Here are some of my favorite Easter parties from our site, Catch My Party. I promise, you can't help but be inspired by these!
If you're thinking of doing something playful this year for Easter, how about adding some bold chevron stripes with colorful pom poms and paper lanterns. This party screams 'fun', especially with all the adorable desserts like the carrot cupcakes and bunny cake pops.
This is one of my favorite Easter parties because it's got great colorful details like the fabric bunting, and there are such creative desserts like the bunny push pops and bunny cupcakes. But my favorite part is the Mexican cascarones or confetti eggs. These are egg shells painted bright colors, filled with confetti, and cracked over people's heads!
You don't have to spend a fortune to throw a sweet Easter party. This one was done for under $30, the guests were all toddlers, and the results were terrific. All you need is a simple activity like egg coloring with a few store bought treats and some colorful but inexpensive decorations and you're in business.
What a terrific way to turn a traditional white buffet into a space to display all kind of delicious treats. Plus with the help of ribbons, flowers, glass jars, and printables, you've got yourself a party to remember!
If you're thinking of throwing an Easter brunch, take a look at the selection of food at this one: Greek yogurt and apricot parfaits, silver dollar pancakes, fruit skewers, and cupcakes. Plus the drink cart is not only practical, but also adds a great vintage touch.
I hope you've been inspired and excited by these parties. See more beautiful Easter parties at Catch My Party.
Jillian Tohber Leslie decided to “get her party on” and launched Catch My Party in 2009, as the place to share party ideas, tips, and photos, and to celebrated the entertainer in all of us! Jillian received her BA and MBA from Stanford University. Jillian currently resides in Palo Alto, California, with her husband, David, daughter, Lainey, and company mascot, Gertie, their nine-year-old Tibetan Terrier. In her spare time, Jillian loves to cook, craft, entertain, style parties, and take photographs. To learn more about Jillian check out her Catch My Party blog, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.