As I mentioned last week, I celebrated Easter with my family this weekend. We all worked together to have a day of fun and festivities for the kids (T plus her two cousins, aged 6 and 4). I put together a “Bunny Buffet” that the Easter Bunny left for the kids for being such wonderful cousins to each other.
Although I used all the spring colors, I focused the primary colors on aqua/teal and yellow – all inspired by this pretty aqua chiffon I found months back at $5 for 5 yards. Unfortunately, the sun was shining right through the french doors behind the buffet, so you can’t see the fabric all that well, but it was all soft and shimmery in person!
These treats were the big splurge of the party. I had fallen in love with Dainy Delights’ creations back at Christmastime, and I was finally able to get some of Renee’s treats. I love the little Faberge-style eggs, and am still marveling at the incredible detail of those cookies! The kids were so excited at all of her work. I would definitely recommend Dainty Delights to anyone looking for sweet treats that also double as sweet works of art!
Do the flowers look familiar at all? They are all paper flowers from T’s first birthday party. I simply spray painted them in the buffet colors – and I LOVE how they turned out. I’ve loved the effect of spray painted craft paper for a while, but I was pleasantly surprised to see how well the nooks and crannies of the flowers took spray paint.
The banner was made using my Silhouette and shapes available through their online shop.
A full view of the buffet for you. It really was fun putting together a special treat for my wonderful niece and nephew (and T, of course). I wish I got to see them more often, but it only gets more difficult as time goes on.