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.
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.
So then I used them to make this:
As well as these:
I just love the look of lots of eggs sitting around in bowls. Obviously.
And lots of spring flowers never hurt anyone either. Unless you have terrible allergies.
And for the kids, of course, an egg hunt. But we went with plastic eggs for that.
And, of course, it only added to the Easter fun that there were baby chicks to be cuddled:
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