This week I’ve been doing some party styling for a Bunny Brunch, and today I’m sharing all my favorite things about hosting this festive brunch. I hope you’ll be inspired to recreate it yourself!
My first favorite is the Bunny Flower Crown I created with items from Target. It was so much fun to make, and pretty easy! I found the bunny headband in the Easter section, and the felt flowers were from the Dollar Stop. I guess the picture was a hit, because Target featured it in their Awesome Shop! This would make a great craft and/or party favor at a Bunny Brunch. Get all the details here.
My next favorite is my carrot wreath! I hung this on my door this week, and it’s definitely one of my favorites. I made it last year using a variety of straw and fabric carrots from Michaels, then tucked in some moss and added a jute bow. This wreath would be a perfect way to welcome guests to a Bunny Brunch!
Speaking of carrots, my Carrot Cake French Toast recipe is another favorite, and the perfect treat for a Bunny Brunch! The best part – the cake could be made in advance, and then fried into french toast the morning of the brunch. Easy!! Get all the details here.
I plated the carrot cake french toast on some cute little egg plates I found in the Target Dollar Spot. They come in a set of two, and they’re available in the pale pink I chose, as well as white and light blue. And the gingham napkin set is from Target’s Easter Shop. These two pieces lead me to my next favorite this week – my Bunny Brunch tablescape!
I found the shallow wooden boxes in the garden section of Michaels and was instantly inspired to have them serve as individual placesettings. I decided to layer in some grass, and build the placesetting on top of that. As I mentioned above, the plates and napkins are from Target, as are the bunny ear napkin rings. The bunny glasses are from Pier One.
Once the placesettings were ready, I focused on my table centerpiece. I used my white resin bunnies (no clue where these are from – my mom got them for me years ago. Aren’t they great?!). I also filled my apothecary jar with a little moss and some eggs (all from Pier One).
And my bunny paper goods are my final favorite this week! They were all happy finds at Marshall’s, by Paper Love Co and Meri Meri. I tried the website they have listed on the box, and was redirected to My Mind’s Eye, a company I’ve known for years, since my scrapbooking days, and they’re great! All of these items are perfect additions to the Bunny Brunch!
It was so much fun to style the Bunny Brunch, and I’m loving all the pastels, natural materials, bunnies, and, of course, the jelly beans! I hope you’re inspired to give some of these ideas a try for your own Bunny Brunch!