Easter is less than a month away and this week I’m bringing you a party that is equally cute for a little one’s birthday or an Easter celebration. I had a blast designing this little bunny party and all its adorable details. Let’s have a look!
I love the pastel colours of this theme, aren’t they gorgeous? I knew I wanted to use them on a statement backdrop, so I got some tissue paper and got working.
I love using tissue paper for party decorations. It’s so versatile, cheap and with so many colours available you can always match it with your theme. I made the garlands for the backdrop by folding circles over a piece of string and giving them a fringe for texture. The colours were perfect and I love the impact it had on an otherwise boring blank wall.
At the front of the table I hung a carrot banner – a fun element that brought contrast to the pastel colours of the theme.
The cake was the centrepiece of this table. I chose a simple vanilla sponge with coconut frosting. The shredded coconut covering the cake made it look so fluffy, I just added paper ears and voilà, it’s a bunny cake!
We also had cinnamon donuts that I decorated with these circle cupcake toppers.
I kept the bunny party theme with a jar of ‘bunny tails’ (marshmallows) and used the bunny cupcake wrappers and toppers set to hold pastel coloured chocolate eggs. We weren’t having cupcakes for this party, but I didn’t want to miss a chance to use those as part of this table. They turned out pretty cute.
Speaking of cute, how adorable are the carrot cookies in a bed of oreo ‘soil’? Believe it or not I found them at Kmart! Yep, they are actually pretty good looking and taste great too (I dropped one of them before this shoot and it broke so I had to eat it. Don’t judge). They also come in bunny and Easter egg shapes. Super cute!
One of my favourite details of this theme are the food labels with bunny ears. These are easy to make if you have a steady hand and the right tools, but I also have a simple version of the labels for those who aren’t so crafty, here.
I hope you love this party as much as I do!