Last year, for Easter Sunday we had a breakfast at Pat’s dad’s house for some of his family and we really had fun. I brought a few things from home to do a quick DIY Easter tablescape. I only brought some flowers ($3.99 a bunch at Michaels sale, I used 2 bunches), a moss sheet (leftover from my DIY Moss Letter project), some white Easter Eggs, napkins and napkins rings (on clearance at Pier One right now!).

I think my DIY Easter tablescape turned out great!

Easter eggs in white are elegant yet festive. Instead of filling the entire bowls with eggs, I put rolled up plastic bags in the bowls then added some eggs on top. That way I didn’t need many eggs for this project (less than one pack actually)

The moss sheet also added something to the centerpiece of my DIY Easter tablescape.

My napkins and napkin rings went great with my mother in law’s gold plates and chargers.

Aren’t those green goblets to die for! My mother in law had the best taste!

I should have taken pics with the food on the table but I was actually too busy digging in to think about pictures lol. On the breakfast menu: pancakes, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, canadian bacon, caramel pecan cinnamon rolls (find my recipe here), and these amazing parfaits. I just love parfaits, they are sooo easy to put together and the presentation looks really great.
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