Holidays, Easter Round Up

With Easter Sunday only a week away, you’ve probably made your plans and set your table, but just in case you need some last minute inspirations~

You might want to check out Curious Bunnies

Painted in Waterlogue

A non-traditional, gray, white, and yellow Easter table

Easter table 1

and Lemon Cheesecake Squares

Easter table 3

Our kiddos enjoyed this Easter Egg Hunt Table last year

Easter egg table 1

and an Easter Egg Hunt Chalkboard

easter chalkboard

These Burlap Bunny Bags are a fast and easy craft, and you can tuck a book or an Easter surprise inside

Easter bunny bags

1-2-3 Easter Baskets come together in 1-2-3 steps

1-2-3 Easter baskets

How about a pink and white palette with cotton galore like Nest Eggs here


You might want to dine on Asparagus & Ham Alfredo Rolls

ham and asparagus timbales 1

Or maybe you’d like to serve a luscious brunch casserole of Spinach Ravioli Alfredo with Chicken and Asparagus

spinach and chicken ravioli alfredo

Fresh Veggie Cream Cheese is perfect for spring sandwiches

veggie cream cheese sandwiches 2

All Occasion Coconut Cupcakes are so easy to make and you can top them with green coconut for Easter grass …or St Pats Day 🙂

Irish cupcakes

And don’t forget the tulips! You’ll want to have some Fun with Flowers here

tulips and bunnies

The tulips I’ve seen so far seem extra happy this year!

tulips and eggs

Celebrate the season with fresh everything!

Psst, in case you missed my Silly Goose post last week, check out her makeover here


I will be joining the fabulous parties and blogs on my side bar and

Karen’s Up on the Hill

The Scoop

The Style Sisters

Between Naps on the Porch




22 Responses to “Holidays, Easter Round Up”
  1. Lynn says:

    Everything with alfredo in the name sounds really good to me! Happy Easter planning Jenna-have fun with the kids:@)

  2. Mary says:

    Love your round up Jenna, I can’t believe Easter’s a week away! I know you’ll have some fun treats for your little bunnies, your burlap bags are too cute 🙂

  3. Kim says:

    Thanks for the wonderful reminders of past projects, Jenna. I’m trying to resist those lemon cheesecake squares. HH is decreasing his intake to drop a few pounds, so I’d eat every single one myself if I made them. NOT good, but, oh, how tempting!

    • Thanks sweet Kim! We have the opposite problem around here, my HH is so skinny! You would think as much as I cook all this fattening food he wouldn’t be! I do tend to eat more of the sweets though… 🙂 Hope your Easter is extra wonderful! >

      • Kim says:

        Actually, my HH is thin, too. He wants to avoid getting fat, though, which is good. I should be as diligent!

  4. love those burlap bunnies!!! too cute!!

  5. I just love all these ideas! Delighted to of found your blog at the Thursday Fav Things Hop!

  6. I love the yellow and the gray table and the Spinach Ravioli looks absolutely delicious! Thanks for a stopping by the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop!

  7. plutrell says:

    Eater and Spring bring us so much creative ideas. Thanks for sharing yours with the Thursday Blog Hop!

  8. Thanks for shring your Easter/ spring ideas! It was fun seeing what others do!
    Blessings My Friend,

  9. msshe says:

    Everything is beautiful! Love those baskets with letters! Sheila

  10. Wonderful ideas. I had to take a second and third look!

  11. Such a great collection of wonderful ideas here….love those baskets, super cute! Happy Easter!

  12. Everything looks so wonderful. I love the bunny plate! Happy Easter wishes and thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. xo

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