Treat your guests to a beautiful buffet in full bloom, filled with whimsical, colorful and edible signs of the season.
Set the Table
Pick your colors, use your imagination, think layers, add special touches and voila!—it all comes together.
Savory Seafood Cheesecake
Flip the script from sweet to savory with yet another reason to crave cheesecake.
Toss some fresh seasonal color and variety into your buffet menu with a festive garden mix salad so full of flavor your tastebuds will never be the same.
Fancy Deviled Eggs
The term “decorating Easter eggs” takes on new meaning with colorful beet chip and parsley garnishes on these Southern-style favorites. Get cracking and make plenty—they always go fast.
Ultimate Lemon Bundt Cake
Use our recipe as a tasty base, then let your mad frosting skills take the cake to the next level of deliciousness.
Care for a Cocktail?
Start your celebration with signature drinks that taste as delicious as they look.
Grab a tart Grapefruit Cucumber Gin Fizz.
Pretty and potent Rose Vodka Lemonade.
Stack up your Centerpiece
Create levels to decorate using three different cake stands, and add flowers, Easter eggs, mugs, bunnies and more to coordinate with your holiday decor.
Add a Beautiful Napkin Fold
Stop and roll the roses. It's easy, beautiful and only takes a minute.
Lay a square napkin wrong side up, and fold into a triangle by taking one corner and bringing it to the opposite corner. Place the long folded edge closest to you and, beginning at the fold, roll the napkin away from you.
Once you have the long napkin rope, roll it around itself and tuck the end underneath or let it serve as the “leaf” when the napkin’s placed in a cup or mug. Tip 1: Use an unironed napkin. The creases help form petals. Tip 2: Also works with real or artificial green leaves as accents.
Thank your Hostess
Earn your place on the best guest list by surprising her with an adult Easter basket gift bearing Champagne and flutes.