Hop on over and party with your peeps!
We are so excited to finally launch Design, Dine & Wine that we wanted to do something bright, bold and fun! This Easter we decided to throw out the standard Easter pastels and do something a little more colorful. My kids loved the idea of celebrating Easter with their closest friends. This party is full of delicious desserts, hip and modern clothing, and a simple DIY craft that your kids will love. The perfect mix for entertaining your little guests!
A great way to get your littles excited for the party is to mail super cute invitations. This invitation created by Minor Details CLE is so bright and colorful, the kids loved it! Invitations are so much more exciting when they have layered elements. You can either buy a custom invitation like this one or there are plenty of online invitation websites such as Minted.com or Tinyprints.com that you can choose from.
When it comes to kids parties we all know they can’t wait for the desserts! We dipped the rims of the milkshake glasses in white chocolate and rolled them in colorful sprinkles, added some whipped cream, more sprinkles and finished it with our bunny straws which I cut out using my Silhouette Cameo. As far as cakes go, this bunny cake that Kelsey Elizabeth Cakes whipped up was adorable and a perfect addition to our dessert table. Lastly, Karen dipped marshmallow peeps in confetti white chocolate, placed them on a stick for mess free eating and added a skittle for the tail. She also made a layered white chocolate mousse which the kids loved eating because it was not only fun to look at but tasted delicious.
To create our colorful tablescape we went with a simple pop of color approach. We bought these beautiful eyelet accent plates, colorful napkins and wooden Easter eggs from Pier 1 Imports. We loved how wrapping the plates with the napkins made the table settings pop! Top them with these adorable watercolor bunny cookies from Itty Bitty Bakeshop and it doesn’t get any more Easter than this! Lastly, we added some bright and sunny tulips as our centerpieces. A little tip with adding flowers when setting a table for kids, I always go with short vases and cut the stems lower so the kids can still see each other across the table. It’s a great way to add some dimension to the table without being in the kids way.
How cute is our Easter Tote DIY craft to finish off this fun kids Easter party? Check out how we did this simple Kid’s Craft!
Finally, I couldn’t go without telling you how much fun we had styling these cuties. These outfits from Janie and Jack and A Children’s Place were a great way for your kids to look cute but comfortable for any Easter celebration.
I hope you are inspired to throw your own kids Easter party!
Wishing you lots of love and inspiration
Credits & Resources:
- Design and Styling: Design Dine & Wine
- Photography: Lake Arts Studio
- Videography: Thomas & Thomas Productions
- Invitation: Minor Details CLE
- Dinnerware, Accents Plates, Milkshake glasses and Napkins: Pier 1 Imports
- Bunny Banner: At Home
- Clothing: Janie and Jackand A Children’s Place
- Models: Christian, Angelina, David, Jack, Cate & Claire