Feaster

Easter + feast = Feaster! Get friends and family together this Easter for fun and a meal to remember.

 

First, set up your own movable feast in the backyard to take advantage of the spring sunshine.

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Mismatched china and thrift-store juice glasses make for a charming place setting. Bon appétit!

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Feast your eyes on these showstopper desserts. Gorgeous as they are, they’re easy to re-create: Just purchase pastries and a cake from a local bakery and garnish with fresh blooms. Choose pansies, roses, lilac or other edible flowers you’ve grown yourself or bought at a farmer’s market to ensure they’re free from pesticides and safe to eat.

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Create a crafting center where adults can help kids decorate our bunny ear printable. Colored glitter, faux flowers, fabric and washi tape are unexpected embellishments. Don’t forget the glue sticks!

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In lieu of (or in addition to!) the traditional Easter egg hunt, plan an Easter egg roll, White House lawn-style. Gussy up wooden spoons with bands of washi tape, available in craft stores. Once the egg roll is over, just take the tape off the spoons and return them to the kitchen drawer.

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Paint wooden placards available at craft stores with “Start” and “Finish” and attach each to a 1×1″ piece of wood to create a signpost.

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To play, simply have kids use spoons to roll hard-boiled eggs toward the finish line; first one to cross it wins!

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For favors, celebrate spring by giving each guest a mini gardening kit, including pots, gardening gloves, pots and/or a trowel.

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Happy Feaster!

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Invite your friends to your own celebration with the free Evite invitation below.

Evite Feaster invitation

 

 

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