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I remember as a little girl counting down the days until the next holiday. The chance to get together with extended family and eat delicious food on a beautiful table my mother set got me so excited! It was the little details of the day that really stood out in my young girl mind. My mom had a way of making the everyday more special with simple touches. We always ate on nice dishes, no matter the number of guests. She served simple, but yummy dishes and every table had a centerpiece. My most favorite were the ones that contained fresh flowers my dad had grown in the yard.
Now that I am all grown up with teenagers of my own, I like to follow in my mother’s footsteps by making each holiday and family gathering more special with simple, elegant touches. Last week I shared a peony Easter table for your big Easter dinner. Today, I want to share a more simple table with some easy and delicious dishes to help you throw a simple Easter Brunch for your loved ones. This brunch will work for any Spring or Summer get together!
Most often on big holidays we have one large meal at the end of the day. To start the day, I love to serve a lighter brunch. This preps your tummy for all the food that lays ahead!
To set this table I partnered with Wal Mart and used gorgeous pieces from Drew Barrymore’s new Flower line. They have beautiful pieces for your home that look like you spent a fortune, but are actually very affordable. Gone are the days when Wal Mart was just the place to get the basics for your home. You can now browse their home section online and find stunning pieces and no one will believe where you found them! See some of the other amazing pieces I used in my home here.
Simple Easter Brunch with Recipes
To set the table, I used Drew’s Vintage Floral dish set. I love the floral salad plate paired with the navy and pink banded dinner plate. The set also comes with navy and pink bowls, which you will see later in the post.
For the centerpiece, I used a pretty pink garbage can, also from Drew’s collection. Don’t limit yourself to a vase or pot, get creative and think outside the box.
For the menu, I kept things light and beautiful. While on our trip to Maui, I fell in love with avocado toast. So, I recreated this simple recipe to serve for Easter brunch or anytime! It is light and delicious!
Some of my other favorites from Drew’s line…
Wishing you all a wonderful Easter with your family and friends!