I most certainly love to get carried away with parties, and this Bunny Breakfast had me giggling and smiling to myself through every bit of preparation! The girls went crazy when they saw the whole ensemble and I have to say, it was one of the most fun mornings to treat the girls. With a simple store-bought menu, a set of printables, disposable tableware, and just a few craft supplies, you can put together a special children’s Easter party for your little bunnies, too! I included pink and yellow, white, and “chalkboard” for ya since I realize that not everyone is surrounded by all girls all the time, and I wanted all your little bunnies to enjoy this! This is a festive setup for an Easter brunch, a classroom party, or a little Easter egg hunt with some friends! I hope you love it!
I’m loving this clear Chinet® Cut Crystal® tableware because it coordinates with EVERYTHING! Last week, I showed you my Garden Party and today, Chinet® has sponsored this Bunny Breakfast (all opinions are my own, of course)! Tomorrow, I’m going to share the full set of printables for this party. Using the printables, a good dose of pom-pom trim, and this tableware, you can see how easily everything comes together.
The printables include pink, yellow, and white circles, and also “chalkboard” backgrounds in the large and small plate size. Once you cut out the circles, you can spray the printed side with a quick layer of spray adhesive and then press them onto the bottom of the plate. It only takes a few minutes and gives your plates some personalization and festiveness which shows right through, leaving the plate still usable!
You can mix in your own serving dishes or build the cutest little cake stands by flipping a cup upside down and hot gluing it on the center bottom of a printable-lined plate. I also hot glued some pom-pom trim around the edge of the plate. These cake stands aren’t going to hold up a tiered cake, but they work great for lighter treats. Do be cautious that the treats aren’t piled on one side only, though, because the stand will tip. We had no problems with our muffins and little cake, but they are plastic, you know.
Now, the bunny cups. Can you even stand the cuteness? I almost can’t. Printable bunny ears are hot glued on the back rim. A yarn pom-pom tail looks adorable (though you could use a cotton ball if you don’t want to make yarn pom-poms). On the front, we have some whiskers and a pink, felted ball nose. The cutest, right? You can download the bunny cup printable by clicking here or get it in the full set of free printables tomorrow. Powdered sugar donut holes make great bunny bites, by the way!
Did you say more pom-poms? Don’t mind if I do! The pom-poms around the base of the cup are darling – Olivia said they were the cutest cups she’d EVER seen.
I added the appropriate amount of sparkle to the table by glazing up the Chinet cutlery handles with some silver glitter Stickles. I love the glittery accent on the pretty, swirled design – it’s great, right?
Food was very simple – fresh fruit, donut holes, a fruit-topped white cake, muffins, and milk rounded out this party beautifully!
Don’t forget to stop back in this week for ALL of the free party printables!!
Lastly, because we’re having SO much fun with these party supplies, and we SO appreciate you reading all the way through the details, I’m throwing in a