Easter at Its Best
Even for a gracious hostess like you, this year’s beautiful springtime tablescape is quite the accomplishment. (And we’ll never tell—it’s actually easier than it looks.)
Our masterpiece centerpiece? 1. Large, gorgeous wreath. 2. Amazing wooden rabbit. 3. Done!
Fast and fab: A small floral wreath and a candle/placecard make a personalized party favor.
Here’s our helpful step-by-step story of how it all comes together. Another tip? Set your table the night before. Less stress. More time with guests.
Cue the Floral Chandelier
All eyes are on the showstopper of the season and, yes, you made it yourself.
Choose a theme and colors that suit the occasion and reflect your personality. Show off your unique sense of creativity.
With a wire wreath form (24” size works well), use floral wire to start securing larger flowers.
Fill in with foliage and smaller flowers, working both sides of the wreath for fullness up top and below.
When you’re done fine-tuning your one-of-a-kind creation, use the easy Pier 1 wreath hanger to show off your newly acquired skill as a budding floral designer/chandelier artist/Easter hostess extraordinaire.
Easy Bunny Ears Napkin
Pick your pastels, then just fold, wrap and tie—quick as a bunny, you’re done.
Fold a square napkin in half. Pull the point up toward fold, as shown. Roll away from you up to the top.
Find the rolled napkin’s midpoint and position the egg. Wrap the napkin around the egg/head.
Tie napkin securely into a bow with the ribbon of your choice. Tweak to give the ears a touch of personality.
Easy Bunny Napkin
Make-Your-Own Mimosa Bar
Take note: You’re only 3 steps away from a sweet sip of bubbly made just the way you like it.
Pre-party, decorate our vintage-style chalkboard with mimosa-making guidance for your guests.
Try out your mixologist magic: Fresh raspberries and a sprig of fresh rosemary? Don’t mind if I do.
Her Easter Basket
She’s never outgrown the joy of an Easter basket, especially one loaded with Champagne, a scented candle, and precious bunny salt and pepper shakers. What a sweet way to remember a very special celebration.
His Easter Basket
“For me?” Surprise him with some of his favorite things: Bright copper tumblers (and something to go in them), a cool faux succulent plant and bars of gourmet chocolate. Best. Easter. Ever.