Easter Festivities at the Farmhouse

Easter Festivities at Farmhouse38.com

I wanted to share some images from our annual Easter brunch. For the first time in several years, we didn’t get rained out; the weather was beautiful. In fact, it was so beautiful that it was a tad on the warm side for us to all sit outside on the deck around the Easter tablescape that I had painstakingly put together. Nope, we all stayed inside, basking in the glory of the air conditioner and peering out the window at the table. Eh. At least it made for a nice view.

Brunch Tablescape from Farmhouse38.com

The lovely view through the kitchen french doors.

I was going for a very neutral, rustic theme for my Easter decorations this year, as I had an abundance of lovely brown eggs from my girls, and just couldn’t bring myself to color them.

Easter Decor from Farmhouse38.com

I may have bought (gasp!) some white eggs to throw into the mix. Phoebe is just checking to make sure they’re all right.

So then I used them to make this:

Primitive Egg Wreath from Farmhouse38.com


As well as these:

Easter Brunch Tablescape from Farmhouse38.com

Thank you to 1840farm for these beautiful, handmade Colonial Farmhouse Collection baskets. They made adorable place settings, as well as favors! Check out their Etsy Shop!

I just love the look of lots of eggs sitting around in bowls. Obviously.

Easter Brunch Tablescape from Farmhouse38.com

And lots of spring flowers never hurt anyone either. Unless you have terrible allergies.

Brunch Tablescape from Farmhouse38.com

Spring Brunch Tablescape from Farmhouse38.com


And for the kids, of course, an egg hunt. But we went with plastic eggs for that.

Easter Festivities at Farmhouse38.com

Easter Festivities at Farmhouse38.com

Easter Festivities at Farmhouse38.com

Somebody found the golden egg.

Easter Festivities at Farmhouse38.com

Oh, wait. Somebody else found a golden egg. (Soooooo sparkly!)

Easter Festivities from Farmhouse38.com

Golden eggs for everyone!!!

And, of course, it only added to the Easter fun that there were baby chicks to be cuddled:

Easter Festivities at Farmhouse38.com

Easter Festivities at Farmhouse38.com

Annabel, Salt, and Beatrix hope you all had a very happy Easter.




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14 thoughts on “Easter Festivities at the Farmhouse

  1. Tessa April 24, 2014 at 6:54 pm Reply

    So ridiculously cute!! I want to come to Easter at your place. My Easter consisted of undercooked hard-boiled eggs and an extra bellini to make up for it. 😉

    • farmhouseK8 April 24, 2014 at 8:20 pm Reply

      LOL, Tessa! Those hardboiled eggs are so fickle! Glad you got a bellini (or two) out of it!!!!

  2. Debby Messner April 24, 2014 at 8:01 pm Reply

    What sweet fun. Your table is so pretty…..Love a long ch table. The children are beautiful.

  3. Kathleen April 24, 2014 at 11:32 pm Reply

    Love!!!!! So cute!!!

  4. Charlotte Zweigoron April 25, 2014 at 12:25 am Reply

    Oh, happy, happy!! I love it when we get to see your house, your decorating, your family, your pets (I include chickens in that category.) Fun stuff!!

  5. Katie April 25, 2014 at 1:30 pm Reply

    So classy and sweet. I loved it! 🙂

  6. Mandy April 25, 2014 at 4:58 pm Reply

    This looks like such a fun and cute Easter!

    • farmhouseK8 April 25, 2014 at 6:08 pm Reply

      Thanks, Mandy!! It was a lot of fun! 😀

  7. home, garden, life April 27, 2014 at 5:44 pm Reply

    Hope Phoebe is feeling better! Simply darling decor Kate.

    • farmhouseK8 April 27, 2014 at 6:23 pm Reply

      Thanks, Diane! After a rather extended recovery period, she is FINALLY all back to normal and full of piss and vinegar again. There are days I miss the recovery period. LOL. Just kidding. But kind of not…

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