Tips on Hosting an Easter Brunch

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The Easter season is such a special time in our family. Not only do we celebrate lots of birthdays in our family, but we most importantly celebrate that Jesus is Risen. If your family is anything like mine, Easter morning is pretty chaotic. You know... hiding the eggs, explaining why the Easter Bunny comes and when, putting the kids church clothes on practically in the car to hopefully keep them clean a little longer. If you're hosting the family over afterwards for Easter brunch like me, well you just stepped crazy chaos up a notch. I've made a list of must do's to help your Easter Brunch go perfectly.


1}  Make a list of who is coming and go over with them the plan for activities. Will you be attending church together? Will you do your egg hunt before or after brunch?

2} Plan the menu. Keep it simple and ask for help.

Ham, quiche, fresh fruit, scones, and coconut cake are my most favorite things to eat on Easter.

Doesn't this quiche look yummy? You can find the recipe at Southern Living


3} Get out the dishes and serving pieces you want to use.

I like to write on a piece of paper what is being served on each piece.

4} Plan the activities for the kids... obviously an egg hunt, maybe a plastic egg toss? Easter pictionary is always fun for the kids and the adults.

5} Set the table and decorate the night before

6} enjoy!

I hope that this list spares your sanity!  Happy Easter, y'all!


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