This is the second party of our Family Easter. I shared some fun Kids Easter Basket ideas this morning. I hope you like them!
As I have mentioned, I set up an easy Easter breakfast for my little family. I kept the menu super simple – power breakfast sandwiches, fruit and pancakes. Easy peasy! I set up the table the night before and all I had to do was to make the sandwiches, pancakes and to cut up fruit. It was an easy and enjoyable breakfast!
I used one of my favorite set of plates by Nicole Miller. Paired them with nests big enough to fit a salad plate and pretty pink fabric napkins! I purchased Tulips at the supermarket. I also used a white Ferris Wheel cupcake holder to display fruit cups instead.
I made power breakfast sandwiches – eggs, ham and cheddar cheese on some amazing bread!
Orange juice for mommy and daddy. Milk for my little boy! Our girl doesn’t take anything to drink besides breastmilk yet 🙂
Pancakes for the kids! I even added 1/2 Cadbury cream egg to the stack! Sugar rush?
After breakfast, it was time to entertain the kids, especially our 5 year old boy! I set up a simple Decorating station!
Litte C worked on some fun Easter ornaments which will be mailed to his grandma and grandpa in Florida.
No Easter activity station is complete without egg dying, right?
And of course, some egg decorating!
Someone was really proud of his creations!
So that’s how we enjoyed our Easter morning! We wanted to be home enjoying our kids and celebrating Him!
Next post, our simple Easter dinner my husband put together!
How did you spend your Easter Morning?
Styling & Photography: Andressa Hara of Twinkle Twinkle Little Party