Easter eggs and flowers were the main decor go-to items used in the styling - I wanted to create a table that could be cute without being overly girly. Usually, I tend to go for lots of feminine details with lots of delicate touches, but the use of grass instead of flowers, and spots and stripes patterns keeps the designs and table neutral and fresh.
To save time, I purchased ALL the chocolate groceries (apart from the homemade carrot cake - Recipe in Bird's Party Magazine) from my local supermarket and local patisseries, and I think it just shows that you do not need to spend a lot on fancy desserts, nor slave for hours in the kitchen to have a fun and enjoyable party. Minimum effort, maximum satisfaction is the aim here!
I'm also a self-confessed chocoholic, and Easter offers the perfect chance to create a full-on chocolate dessert table! The color palette of lime green and orange added a fresh touch, and was entirely inspired by carrots - the food of choice for the Easter Bunny. The table also included dashes of luxurious brown to evoke thoughts of all the yummy Easter chocolate - My food of choice! :)
The centerpiece of this table is the carrot cake, decorated with the cake bunting and Easter Bunny cake topper from Bird's Party Easter Printables.
Chocolate cupcakes with Italian meringue icing were served, topped with edible sugar decorations also found in the baking aisle of any supermarket. To complete the look, they were decorated with printable cupcake wrappers.
The fun photo props like the Easter Bunny bow tie and Easter Bunny ears are also included in this party collection, and can actually be part of the activities you offer your little guests. Getting the kiddies involved with some fun DIY crafts that double as favors, is a sweet and easy idea - without mentioning that your Easter photos will look even cuter!