Today I wanted to share a sweet and colorful Easter table for kids and a few fun ideas to make the holiday extra special. We typically eat a late lunch at a restaurant or our clubhouse after church, so I always make sure to have an Easter brunch on the day before or the morning of Easter! This setup could easily be used for a kid’s table at easter lunch, a backdrop for a fun egg decorating party, or a festive brunch for your little ones.
Kids Table Decor
Colorful Cake Stands (Sold out – similar here and here) // Green Midi Dress (Sold out – similar here) // Iridescent Easter EggsÂ // Bunny Plate (Sold out – similar here and here)Â // Gingham Yellow TableclothÂ (Sold out – similar here) // Plastic Bamboo Utensils // I bought the gingham napkins in-store at Anthropologie (similar here and here) & picked up the cookies, marshmallows, and candied eggs at Whole Foods.
Easter Brunch Food and Recipes
My girls love the bunny cinnamon rolls and I am a big fan of the brunch board. I can’t take credit for either idea as they are viral Pinterest hits, but I will share with you how I make them. For cinnamon rolls, I usually buy these from Target.
Bunny Cinnamon Rolls
ðŸ° Use one un-cooked cinnamon roll for the face & cut another in half for the ears.
ðŸ° When you cut the half for the ears, remove the center arch if there is one. You only want two loops of ear, not three.
ðŸ° Pinch the dough together well on the sides of the ears!!
ðŸ° Bake at 400 for 10-12 minutes.
ðŸ° Add icing in the center of the face & ears immediately out of the oven. It will melt out and cover perfectly. If you’re struggling, you can use a knife to guide it. Add sprinkles once the icing is staying where you want it!
If you want another easy Easter brunch idea, make a breakfast board! Pancakes (bunny shape optional), eggs, biscuits or bagels, fruits & toppings.
I cooked some pancakes, eggs, and bacon and combined them on a baking sheet with all the pancake toppings you could want! You can use anything that you like but we went with berries, chocolate and white chocolate morsels, strawberries, walnuts and whipped cream! I also included some grapes and mini cinnamon raisin bagels! You could use a fancy dish, but a baking sheet works so good! I love these from Target and my white dishes are Vietri Belleza (Sold out similar here). It’s a fun way to pass the time on Easter morning as the girls loved grazing & making their own breakfast plates!
If you want to find a few more items to make your kids’ easter table extra special, check out this post!
We typically do Easter baskets on Easter morning and make cinnamon rolls. I have used all types of items for baskets in years past including sand pails, caboodles (sold out – similar here), and regular baskets. If you want some easter basket ideas, head to this post!