08 Apr

Chic {& Affordable} Spring Bunny Theme

Chic {& Affordable} Spring Bunny Theme

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!}

Chic {& Affordable} Spring Bunny Theme

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

Chic {& Affordable} Spring Bunny Theme

Chic {& Affordable} Spring Bunny Theme

Chic {& Affordable} Spring Bunny Theme

Chic {& Affordable} Spring Bunny Theme

Chic {& Affordable} Spring Bunny Theme

Chic {& Affordable} Spring Bunny Theme

Chic {& Affordable} Spring Bunny Theme


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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