Easter Party Blog Hop by Evite

We challenged nine bloggers to come up with an Easter party idea under $35, from decorations and table settings to DIYs and recipe ideas — anything to help jump-start Easter party planning. Bloggers chose an Evite Easter invitation as inspiration for their idea, then did what they do best. Hop from one blogger to the next to see how all their creations turned out!

EMILY MILLER
B. Lovely Events
KYLIE JENKINS
Made by a Princess
CHRISTIE TROXELL
Ritzy Parties
MICHELLE STEWART
Michelle’s Party Plan-it
NANCY PFEIFER
A to Zebra Celebrations
NATALIE MAYHEW
Fern & Maple
TIFFANY FOX
Fizzy Party
STACEY DAPRILE
Positively Stacey
BRITTANY SCHWAIGERT
GreyGrey Designs

Blogger #1 – Emily Miller, B. Lovely Events

Evite DIY Chalkboard Easter Eggs B. Lovely Events

Out with the dye, in with the chalk! We’re eggstatic about these trendy DIY chalkboard eggs.

Blogger #2 – Kylie Jenkins, Made by a Princess

Evite Easter Blog Hop Kylie Jenkins Moss Centerpiece

This bunny bash began with simple dollar store items — hop on over to check it out!

Blogger #3 – Christie Troxell, Ritzy Parties

Evite Easter Blog Hop Ritzy Parties Tablescape

Sweeten up your Easter celebration by setting up a candy-crazy kids table, complete with chocolate bunnies and coloring pages.

Blogger #4 – Michelle Stewart, Michelle’s Party Plan-It

Evite Easter Egg Hop Michelle's Party Plan-It

This breezy backyard tablescape combines bold spring colors, fresh flowers and a simple DIY centerpiece for an elegant Easter affair.

Blogger #5 – Nancy Pfeifer, A to Zebra Celebrations

Evite Easter DIY Wall Art Nancy Pfeifer

Spruce up an old piece of art with ribbons and spray paint to create this eggcellent Easter wall art.

Blogger #6 – Natalie Mayhew, Fern and Maple

Evite Easter Blog Hop Natalie Mayhew Kids

Gather your favorite peeps for this bright pink and yellow Easter party.

Blogger #7 – Tiffany Fox, Fizzy Party

Evite Easter Blog Hop Fizzy Parties Easter Brunch

Set up a simple floral centerpiece to recreate this budget-friendly brunch.

Blogger #8 – Stacey Daprile, Positively Stacey

Evite Easter Blog Hop Fruit Parfait Positively Stacey

Who says you can’t have dessert for breakfast? Combine carrots, coconut and three kinds of spices to make this not-too-sweet carrot cake granola.

Blogger #9 – Brittany Schwaigert, GreyGrey Designs

Evite Easter Blog Hop Easter Egg Cake GreyGrey Designs

Covered in candy-coated chocolate eggs and edible Easter “grass,” this Easter egg cake is sure to be a showstopper.

 

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