Selected as Party of the Day on April 23rd!

Bunny Bash

Misha By Misha   in Easter

Drinks

Party Recap

My inspiration for this party came when I found the most adorable glittery orange carrot favor boxes from Paperlove at Homegoods. And what goes hand in hand with carrots.....bunnies, of course! The color palette I decided on was lilac, mint, white and gold with pops of grass green and orange. I then designed a darling invite, some favor tags and a cute little sign to match! My daughter just loves when I decorate her little table and chairs set for mini celebrations such as this one. She couldn't wait for the Bunny Bash to begin!

The decorations were fairly simple. I used a charming white desk for the dessert table and hung a darling tissue tassel garland from Glamfete above and attached a cluster of balloons on each side. I then topped the dessert table and party table with little grass mats that looked like real grass! Lastly, I hung a darling "Bunny Bash" sign with some mint velvet ribbon from one of the drawer knobs.
{download your FREE invite, favor tags and sign at the end of the post!}
I used a variety of different heights and sizes for the dessert table plates and added some cute porcelain bunnies {$3 at Target's dollarspot} to complete the look. For the desserts, I made Bunny "Peep" Pops, yummy vanilla cupcakes with a marshmallow frosting and white chocolate dipped strawberries. Now, usually I make the cake as well, but this time I decided to save myself some time. I was able to find a simple cake at my local bakery and just added all the super fun decorations! For the party table, I topped it with the same grass mats as the dessert table and added a beautiful vase of purple and white tulips. For the place settings, I found the sweetest paper plate and cup set at IKEA. I layered the plate with a cute little egg shaped plate and topped it with the finishing touch, which was of course that sweet little carrot favor that inspired the whole party!
Finally, a party wouldn't be complete without a fun little activity. I had the little guests decorate some color and fill "Scribble Eggs" from Crayola. It was super easy and the kiddos loved it!
This was such a fun party to style! I hope this party inspires you to throw your own Easter celebration!

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