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This Bunny Hop Easter Party is not only super adorable, but it’s the best way to celebrate the holiday with the kids! What child doesn’t love a good Easter egg hunt and bunny brunch with their friends?! Sweet Parties really went all out for the kids and put together a gorgeous table set up, planned some fun-filled Easter activities, and even made some creative party favor treats for the kids to take home.
From Sweet Parties: We had the best time celebrating Easter with an egg hunt and lunch. I set up the party at our neighborhood playground and it could not have been a more perfect day! The forest background was beautiful, the weather was perfect, and the kids had a great time!
I set up the snack station and made a fabric garland using old pieces of fabric. I cut each fabric the same size (about 24″x 15″) then rolled each piece up to create a log. I used really sharp scissors and cut sections approximately the same size (you can’t tell if they are off slightly). Then I tied each one in a knot along a piece of string in a repeating pattern. Since I used all scraps, it didn’t cost me a thing! The flowery fabric was actually an old baby outfit.
I spent weeks saving egg cartons then used the empty containers as our serving plates. I added a cute sign that said “Hoppy Easter” and some ric rac around the edges. Then I filled plastic eggs with some snacks and they turned out adorable. Easiest way to serve snacks ever! We had pink lemonade in milk jars and straws with cotton balls.
For dessert, I decorated oval cookies with royal icing. Once the icing hardened, I painted lines and circles using an edible marker. I filled mini paint pallets with food coloring and a few drops of water. Then the kids used paint brushes to “paint” the cookies. They were so easy and turned out perfect! However, next time I would add less water since they got a little runny.
The kids then searched for the hidden eggs and played on the playground.
The party favors were “carrots” in “dirt”. I made the carrots out of pretzel sticks using melted chocolate and crushed Oreos for the dirt. They need a little work, but the kids didn’t care! What a fabulous Bunny Hop Easter Party!
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