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Everything You Need to Know about Hosting Easter Brunch

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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.

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The Best Easter Recipe Ideas from “Iowa Girl Eats”

Easter Recipe Ideas from Iowa Girl Eats | Homemakers Furniture

Easter is less than a week away! Are you ready? Between prepping the baskets and coming up with a kid-friendly tablescape, the holiday can be a busy time. Today, we’re hoping to make it easier for you. We talked with Kristen, the blogger behind Iowa Girl Eats, to get her ideas on the best Easter recipes. Below, she shares a make-ahead breakfast casserole, a 3-ingredient fruit dip and more easy dishes. We’re getting hungry just looking at them. Keep scrolling to see Kristen’s mouth-watering eats and gather recipe ideas for your Easter get-together!

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5 Adult Easter Baskets That Will Make the Kids Jealous

Adult Easter Basket Ideas from the Homemakers blog

Give the grown-ups something to look forward to this Easter! Adult Easter baskets are our new favorite trend of 2017. Scroll down to gather inspiration from our five adult Easter basket ideas. You can mix and match any of the pieces for a more personalized gift. Just don’t be surprised if the kids get a little jealous!

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DIY Easter Table: How to Keep Little Ones Entertained

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Remember the kids’ table? You know, the little dining setup segregated from your “adulting” family. Whether it was a small, round dining table http://www.homemakers.com/kitchen-and-dining-tables/ or a pullout card table, almost everyone has experienced this seating arrangement, complete with waterproof tablecloth and paper napkins.

If you’re reading this post, we’re assuming you’ve now graduated to the adult table. Which means at mealtime, you understand the kids that need something more to look forward to than Uncle Phil’s casserole.

To help out, we talked to our senior visual designer, Brandon Roush. He shared tips on fashionable and fun Easter kids’ table decorations, like using a black sharpie to write names on terracotta pots and filling them with crayons for fun placeholders.