Charming Yellow and Blue Easter Brunch

Easter is a lovely time to enjoy family and friends. Host a bright and fun brunch with delicious food, delectable treats and decor that makes a statement.

Colorful Easter Brunch

Create a brunch theme beyond the traditional pastel Easter hues. A color scheme of blue, yellow and white evokes a cheerful, spring-inspired atmosphere.

Buffet Style

Set the table with tasty, easy-to-make food sure to impress your guests. When displaying foods or desserts, always keep height in mind. Stands and compotes of various sizes and heights add interest to the presentation.

Coming Up Daisies

In addition to the bright color scheme, choose a happy, fun flower, like daisies, to be part of your theme. Arrange them in a white pitcher for an easy-to-make display.

You're Invited

Start your Easter event with a printable invitation that sets the tone and colors for the party. Get creative and print out your own or visit The TomKat Studio for printable invitation designs.

Pretty Place Settings

When setting your table, simple place settings with a splash of color make a big impact. Ruffle place mats and table runners are paired with square white plates to balance the frilly with the streamlined. Add a cupcake to each place setting to make a friendly impression when guests sit down for brunch.

Simple Place Cards

Guide guests to their seat with custom place cards in your party's theme. If you've invited people from different areas of your life, arrange seating so guests get to know new friends.

Natural Elements Centerpiece

For a simple Easter centerpiece, hang decorative eggs from the branches of a faux tree. Look for unexpected items in your chosen colors, like books and birds, to adorn the table.

Beautiful Brunch Food

When planning a brunch, range food options from savory to sweet and include a signature drink, like mimosas. Favorite brunch choices include layered banana pudding, deviled eggs and individual Bundt cakes.

Honey Lime Fruit Salad

When cooking, baking and ordering food and desserts, always keep color in mind. A fresh, delicious fruit salad is a simple way to add a splash of color to the table.

Refreshing Beverages

Serve ice-cold lemonade from a glass dispenser. Continue the laid-back vibe with mason jars and fun striped straws.

Easy and Delicious Egg Salad

Bring out your favorite egg recipes to celebrate Easter. Egg salad served on fresh croissants is a quick and easy option.

Sweet Dessert Display

Get creative and think beyond traditional table seating and standard dessert-table styling. Displaying foods and desserts in an unexpected manner enhances their appeal, especially when using gorgeous serving plates and stands. When shopping, look for white or glass serving pieces so they can be used for any holiday or event.

Colorful Hanging Decorations

Don't forget to consider the backdrop of the area you are working with and use fabric or decorations to complete the design and hide any unsightly distractions. Paper medallions add depth and color, creating an eye-catching background to the dessert table.

Daisy Fondant Cake

A sweet fondant cake with tiny daisies is the perfect centerpiece for the dessert display. Simple white pedestal cake stands dress up any dessert.

Dress Up Your Display

For the dessert display, use sprinkles, frosting and garnishes to tie in the color scheme. In addition, paper labels, cupcake toppers and ribbon also bring the theme together.

Daisy Cookie Pops

Continue a spring theme with daisy-shaped cookie pops. To display, place a piece of foam in a decorative pot, stick the pops in and cover with candy to hide the foam.

Cake Pops

Display colorful cake pops, a favorite treat for both kids and adults, in a box of faux grass.

Easter Cupcakes

Delicious cupcakes with Easter toppers are an adorable addition to the dessert display. Simply attach printable cupcake toppers to a lollipop stick and place in each cupcake for a custom bakery look.

Glass Bakery Pedestals

Make a pretty display of donuts, cupcakes and other sweets in glass pedestals.

Sweet Treats for the Kids

Fill pretty paper cups with tiny chocolate eggs or jellybeans for the children at the party.

Puppy Love

Let canine friends be part of the celebration by throwing your brunch outside. Plus, you'll be in the perfect setting for the essential Easter egg hunt.

Creative Serving

When styling event surroundings, get creative with what you already have. In addition to the rustic dining table and carved bench at this party, an iron shelf is used as an extra serving surface for everyone's favorite course, dessert.

Pennant Banner

Decorate your brunch setting with this "Happy Easter" pennant banner design. Hang above your dessert table or at the entry of your party to greet guests.

Sitting Pretty

Have plenty of seating areas available so guests can mingle throughout your party space. Impress the kids by having a baby goat or lamb visit for the day.

Thank You for Coming

To thank guests for attending, send them home with an embellished paper bag filled with treats and topped with a printable tag.

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