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Some Bunny Loves Me Easter Brunch Ideas

There’s beauty in both the sweet simplicity of this pretty “Some Bunny Loves Me” theme – and also in its {much appreciated} budget-friendliness! Designed by Stefanie of Anna and Blue Paperie, this party is a wonderful visual reminder of how smart choices in paper, color palette, and presentation can make for a very pretty party that’s easy on both the your eyes AND your wallet!

{Added bonus – at the time that I’m writing this, the custom invitation and collection of party printables pictured here are both on sale for only $10 in Stefanie’s Etsy Shop!}

Some Bunny Loves Me Easter Brunch Ideas

Read on for more pretty pics + all the budget-friendly party details from Stefanie…

Some Bunny Loves Me Easter Brunch Ideas

Some Bunny Loves Me Easter Brunch Ideas

Some Bunny Loves Me Easter Brunch Ideas

Some Bunny Loves Me Easter Brunch Ideas

Some Bunny Loves Me Easter Brunch Ideas

Some Bunny Loves Me Easter Brunch Ideas

Some Bunny Loves Me Easter Brunch Ideas


PARTY DETAILS, as told by Stefanie,

Theme: Some Bunny Loves Me
I wanted to style a table that was versatile and one that could be used for everything from Easter brunch to baby showers, childrens’ parties and more.  The color palette used within this collection includes a pale yellow, pale green, and baby blue along with a textured linen to give a warm and classic feeling throughout.  My goal was to create a look that was affordable and one that could easily be recreated for anyone’s occasion to create a sweet and lovely event!

The favors are apothecary jars filled with all the ingredients your guests would need to make homemade chocolate chip cookies.  The jars were topped with a pale green gingham fabric and tied in place with baker’s string.

Many of the sweets were ones that I found at my local grocery store – such as the donut holes, crème-filled pastries, and muffins.  Displaying them on a pretty plate with matching colored paper liners made for a lovely display.  I added homemade cream cheese frosting to the top of the muffins for a sweet ruffled look.

Potted plants fit perfectly in white tins that I found in the dollar bin at Target! I also added a pale yellow ribbon to the cake stand, a vase of coordinating flowers, and themed gift tags and labels to keep the colors consistent throughout the décor.”


– Styling: Anna and Blue Paperie
– Stationery Details/Printables: Anna and Blue Paperie {etsy shop}
– Photos: Stefanie Richter
– Cupcakes: Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop in Austin, TX (Special Thanks!)
– Pale Blue & White Cake Stands: Home Goods
– Nests, Kenaf Table Runner, & Potted Plants: Pottery Barn
– Speckled Egg Candle Holders, Flower Bowls: Pier 1 Imports
– Ceramic bunnies: Hobby Lobby


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Viktoria-Pinkpastry SAYS:

Cute easter party! Love it!

Reply April 9, 2011 at 7:52 am

Kristina SAYS:

Wow, this is SO cute! What font did she use to make the cupcake buffet cards with??

Reply April 9, 2011 at 6:49 pm

julia Kukulovski SAYS:

This is so beautiful, this will be my sons first easter and although he is only 8 months I want it to be a event to remember thanks for the fab ideas.

Reply April 9, 2011 at 10:19 pm

Brett Meager SAYS:

I LOVE the bunny tails – absolutely fab idea, so cute!

Reply April 10, 2011 at 7:16 pm

grace @ wedding favors SAYS:

These are all very pretty! I love the idea of putting a card at the top of the cupcake. :D

Reply April 11, 2011 at 4:29 am

Rowaida Flayhan SAYS:

This is beautiful

Reply April 11, 2011 at 8:05 am

Karen@winerackdecor SAYS:

Elegant and classy.

Reply April 11, 2011 at 11:30 am


So cute!!! Here’s another great idea for an Easter party…Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit party!


Reply April 12, 2011 at 11:33 am

MonogrammedEverything! SAYS:

Great ideas!!

Reply April 16, 2011 at 6:53 am

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