I literally love any excuse to get creative and to decorate or make things. Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Easter? I’m there and I’m hosting a party.
Nothing makes me happier than getting together with family and friends outside of the pressures of work and doing simple things that get us working together, communicating and smiling.
Bring back all the simple things in life.
This Easter, after just having moved into our new house in London, we decided to host an open house on Good Friday and invited all of our friends into a WhatsApp group to see who could make it.
We wanted it to be chilled, we wanted it to be fun and we wanted it to be Easter. To inspire your next get together…
Release the inner child! Hide them in the garden or in your house and give everyone a little bowl. Whoever collects the most wins the big egg!
These gorgeous homemade goodies were made and delivered by Lucy Claire Bakes. We went for a box of the brownies, red velvet cupcakes, mini egg and white choc cookies and the brownie balls (all of which were Easter specials). Lucy is SO talented, these treats were dangerously YUMMY and were devoured almost instantly by our guests. They were the perfect addition to our Easter party! See Lucy’s website here.
Swear down, this was the most popular activity of the LOT, and it was from a kids’ shop!. I bought loads of baking bits but they weren’t even touched. Topic of conversation for the afternoon was along the lines of, ‘Which colour shall I do the bunny’s ears?’. Winner.
But, as I said above, the colouring won and we didn’t make the nests. Here’s some Pinterest inspo for what our Easter baking could have looked like…
We had SO much fun with a certain set of bunny ears, that were kind of almost a hat! Get yours here.
and we ate them all! Toasted with a little bit of butter throughout the day!
Whether you’re with friends or family this year, make it a good one and hold your own Easter party at home!
The best kind of Easter.
What did you do? I’d love to know!
Love as always + happy adventuring,
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