From my family to yours, I hope you spend tomorrow surrounded by loved ones making memories you’ll cherish for years to come. And, just in case you need some last-minute Easter ideas, I wanted to share a few of my favorite projects and recipes from our magazines. Happy Almost-Easter!
- 3 Egg-Cellent Easter DIY Egg Decorating Projects
- TeaTime‘s Favorite Easter Recipes
- 5 Spring Floral Arrangements For Easter from Southern Lady
- VIDEO: The Easiest Flower Centerpiece Ever
- Create a Simple Easter Tablescape and Menu with The Cottage Journal
What are your Easter plans? I’d love to hear!
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Too beautiful to eat. The taste couldn’t possibly live up to the presentation: could it?!?!?
Our family is now fifth generation Easter brunch goers. The beautiful and historic Galvez Hotel on Galveston Island is our spot. The brunch buffet is elegant and delicious. It is one of my favorite things ever.
We celebrate Easter with Ukrainian traditions. We bake Easter breads called paska and babka, dye eggs that will be eaten but make Pysanky,also dyed eggs using bees wax in a reverse dye method that are not eaten. We fill Easter baskets with goodies and take them to church to be blessed the day before Easter. Then we have the usual Easter brunch foods Easter Sunday after attending mass.Happy Easter!
Love the Easter tablescape from The Cottage Journal. I also have a farmhouse table and will try to recreate this beautiful scene. Happy Easter!