Easter Brunch Menu & Tablescape

Host an Easter brunch at home with our no-fail menu & simple outdoor tablescape decorated with flowers and spring colors. Just follow these easy recipes and ideas that appeal to adults and kids alike. Prepare the food ahead for stress-free entertaining, and check out our Easter entertaining guide for more table decorations, recipes, and projects.

Easter Brunch Menu & Tablescape Ideas, soft color palette

Easter Brunch Entertaining

Today’s tablescape is full of spring colors for an inviting and delicious Easter brunch. This table setting has soft colors and a few themed touches to delight your guests.

My inspiration came from these adorable little bunny plates that I found at HomeGoods. They add whimsy without being too “cutesy.”

The band of flowers around the plates is like a spring garden full of blooming color. This allowed me to bring in some of my favorite tinted glassware.

I created this brunch as a way to entertain at home with a light menu that’s full of flavor. Host it for friends or family before having an Easter egg hunt!

And for more Easter entertaining ideas you should check out this beautiful Easter tablescape & menu. For a table that’s a bit more nature inspired check out this Easter brunch entertaining menu and table.

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Easter Tablescape

Follow these tablescape ideas for a holiday celebration with family or friends. 

The table setting is simple, really. There are lots of colors but the soft muted hues look very tranquil.

  • Each place setting incorporates yellow plates, blue napkins, pink and green glasses, and specialty bunny plates that tie it all together.
  • A single billy ball stem lays across each plate and adds a bit of nature to the settings.
  • Egg cups are terrific to use as name holders {like I did for these tea party ideas} but can also hold an array of items other than eggs. Here I added greenery and a mini chocolate bunny for each guest.
  • Speaking of greenery, I use a mossy plant filler instead of the typical Easter basket “grass.” I like how it elevates the table to a more sophisticated look.
  • The centerpiece is a mix of flowers and Easter eggs. I filled two different sized vases with a mix of pink, yellow, and white flowers. And I included a dish filled with eggs and more mossy filler.

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Brunch Menu

Prepare a brunch menu with these recipes for entertaining.

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Dessert Table Ideas

Dress up purchased baked goods using flowers and fresh herbs. 

  • I purchased two mini cakes from the bakery and dressed them up for the occasion with fresh flowers and rosemary. The cake flavors are chocolate cappuccino fudge, and vanilla buttercream. 
  • Dana’s Bakery provided macarons in an array of flavors from Birthday Cake, to Key Lime Pie. The Orange Creamsicle and Fruity Cereal flavors tasted just like my childhood {hello Creamsicle ice cream and Fruity Pebbles cereal!}. 
  • You can also make this super moist and beautiful pineapple white layer cake.
  • Add these chocolate nests for a whimsical treat.

This Easter brunch menu was a hit with the family and so simple to put together. You really don’t have to go over the top to make a great impression on your guests!

Easter brunch menu & tablescape ideas

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  1. LOVE the colors!! The desserts cloche is so pretty and I love how simple yet so carefully detailed it looks!
    I think it’s called effortlessly chic, no? 😉 ADORE!! ♥

    1. Teehee, “effortless chic” – I’ll take it! 😀
      I’m obsessed with the mini cakes. You may be seeing a lot more of those!

    1. Thank you Mila. I’ve come a long way with my floral arrangements. From a few bud vases to more stylized displays. I still long for a variety of stems that aren’t available in my location though! 🙁

  2. Everything is so pretty, I love the vintage style dishes mixed in with everything!

    1. Thanks Mariah. I’m obsessed with collecting colorful and vintage glassware these days!

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