It’s a week of Easter pins…
I saw this tablescape last year after Easter and saved it to share this year. I love the design, love the color scheme, love the simplicity and love that it isn’t necessarily specific to Easter. Oh I also love that Gwyneth Paltrow helped design it. I actually own similar plates and glassware from Anthropologie so I plan to recreate this look soon. I’ll keep you posted on how it goes.
Head on over to Remodelista
for more pictures from the photo shoot!
The always fabulous Kim of TomKat Studio is at it again with a gorgeous Easter brunch she designed for HGTV! Everything Kim touches turns to gold so get ready to be amazed!
I love how she displayed the food on this outdoor couch!
Styling/Party Designs: The TomKat Studio
Photography: Laura Winslow
*Please visit TomKat Studio for a complete list of vendors that contributed to this shoot…it’s a long list!
Also, be sure to visit Kim’s Etsy shop to purchase the printables from this party!
Icing designs made these simple Easter bunny jar that would be a great party favor or addition to an Easter basket! It never ceases to amaze me how simple it is to make cute things sometimes!
Instructions via Icing Designs
: “We bought a glass jar with a lid from Hobby Lobby and filled it with mini marshmallows. (Of course you can fill it with whatever you heart desires.) In the dollar bins at Target we picked up a little bunny ears headband and just cut off the “headband” part. We took the ears and hot glued them on to the top of the lid. Then just added a little “cotton tail”…and tied one of our “Easter” tags around the neck with some pink tulle and shear white ribbon!”
It has a tail. A jar with a tail.
You could fill it with anything really: jelly beans, coins, other candy…the possibilites are endless!
I love Love LOVE this Easter egg greeting tutorial on Poppytalk by Present&Correct and it’s ALL in pictures! No words needed! With that said…
Have an “egg”cellent Easter weekend!