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Everything You Need to Know about Hosting Easter Brunch

Easter brunch

So, you’ve decided to host Easter brunch this year! We think that is a great idea and we’re excited to help you figure out what you can do to ensure that you and your guests have the best Easter. Host a successful brunch by having a delicious menu, a welcoming home full of activities and décor and by making sure you have what your guests will need.

  • Have a delicious Easter brunch menu.
  • Create a welcoming home.
  • Entertain your guests.
  • Have a table suitable for hosting.

1. A delicious Easter brunch menu

Have a delicious Easter brunch menu. Include your favorite recipes and help yourself out by doing some of the cooking the night before!


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Beer Cheese Soup

Pinch of Yum makes this delicious beer cheese soup that can be eaten as a snack, appetizer or whatever you need it to be. We just recommend that you make it because how delicious does it look?!

Slow Cooker Balsamic Cherry Glazed Ham Recipe

Every Easter meal needs a ham. This one from The Recipe Rebel is perfect because you can make it the night before! You will thank yourself on Easter morning when you already have the main dish finished. Don’t get us wrong, we love brunch but don’t forget you don’t have all afternoon to cook. You can even watch the video on her page to see how easy it is to make!

Easter brunch

Easter brunch

Bacon Pancakes

Lena, the food blogger behind Lena’s Kitchen, made these delicious bacon pancakes on her blog. We love bacon and we love pancakes. This might just be the best idea ever! Get the recipe on her blog! This sweet and savory combination will help bridge the meal from the main dish to the desserts.

Crockpot Raspberry Chocolate Chip French Toast Casserole

Nora from Savory Nothings makes this irresistible French toast that we can’t stop dreaming about. Make this dessert the night before Easter and make hosting Easter brunch easier on yourself. This French toast looks so appetizing, we’re guessing you might have to make extra for your guests!  

 Easter brunch

Easter brunch

Gourmet’s Double Chocolate Cake

We can’t think of a bad time for chocolate cake. Why not make one for Easter? This double chocolate cake found on Alexandra’s Kitchen might be the most decadent thing we’ve laid our eyes on.


2. Create a welcoming home

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While setting the table, use these adorable decorations found in our store. Create your own napkin art and use simple green décor within your place settings. 

Pick a color palette. Try including ultra violet and a few other colors from the 2018 spring Pantone palette! We incorporated flowers and greenery inspired by meadowlark and lime punch (two shades from the palette) into our table scape full of greenery.

One of the best ways to decorate for Easter is with greenery. So first, pick out what type of greenery you want in your home and go from there. Do you want fresh greenery? Stop by your local greenhouse to find some that will easily fit into your table décor! If you prefer faux greenery that you will never have to water, head to Homemakers! You will find as much greenery and floral décor as you could possibly need throughout our showroom and in our seasonal accessory marketplace!

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3. Entertain your guests

Along with the classic Easter egg hunt and egg dying, there are many other activities you can do on Easter! Go the extra mile with these simple extras:

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Have guests that are still children at heart? They don’t have to be left out of the Easter basket fun! These five adult Easter baskets are a fun way to personalize an Easter gift that will make you everyone’s favorite Easter brunch host!

Design your tablescape and include activities for the children. Watch our video to discover ways to keep kids (and adults) entertained this Easter.

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4. Dining tables fit for a feast

Are you ready to take the jump and upgrade your table in order to accommodate larger gatherings? We’ve got four of the best tables to make sure you have plenty of room for your elbows and your food.

Modern Farmhouse 
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A.R.T Furniture Pearce Table | A.R.T. Furniture Mills Side Chair | A.R.T. Furniture Reeves Host Chair | A.R.T Furniture Becket Dining Bench

This classic table with elegant elm construction and an extravagant pedestal base creates an iconic anchor for your Easter brunch.

Western Lodge
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Modus Furniture Yosemite 7-Piece Dining Set

The rich dark finish of this table creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Easily seat your guests at this table for brunch, and you’ll find that you still have room for that delicious ham!

Classic Country
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Klaussner Trisha Yearwood’s Trestle Table | Klaussner Trisha Yearwood Nashville Side Chair | Klaussner Trisha Yearwood Nashville Arm Chair

If a rustic dining table is more your style, Trisha Yearwood’s trestle table will give you the style and space you need in your home for Easter brunch and all year!

Charming Cottage
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Emerald Home Furniture Barcelona Table | Emerald Home Furniture Barcelona Upholstered Side Chair | Emerald Home Furniture Barcelona Bench

The Barcelona table from Emerald Home is another table that’s perfect for a rustic home. The butterfly leaf extends the table, meaning you can use it for everyday dinners and extend it for gatherings like Easter brunch!


Show off your Easter brunch!

With these simple tips and tricks, your guests will be asking you when you’re hosting another event! Be sure to let us know how your Easter brunch went by tagging us on social media.

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