Any excuse to get your friends together and eat is a good one! Host an Easter Bunny Brunch and get all of your Easter baskets stuffed for your kids while enjoying delicious food and company!
This is a tradition I started years ago when I used to host my annual egg hunts. My mom friends and I would all get together and bring some bags of candy and some empty eggs and we would fill the eggs while hanging out and eating food. It evolved into a brunch because it worked better while all the kids were in school. Then it evolved again into stuffing the entire baskets together since I don’t host the egg hunt in my new(ish) hometown because someone else had already taken that on before I moved here. It is one of those parties that is low key, easy to put together and just plain fun. It’s a great way to get a lot of variety in the candy and other treats while only having to buy a few bags.
Easter Bunny Brunch
We cutened it up with darling Easter supplies from Oriental Trading!
The first things you will need are eggs…lots and lots of eggs! Putting them in clear jars, and on tiered trays does double duty of making them decorations too! You can have your guests bring their own eggs if you want, but they are super inexpensive when you buy them in bulk, so I don’t usually bother having them bring any.
Easter Bunny Station
Next you will need egg fillers. I set up a filling bar in my dining room with the cutest little baskets to hold the treasures. I also picked up a few little wind up Easter toys and stuffed bunnies because they were too cute to pass up! Most years I ask my friends to bring a few bags of egg fillers to share, and then their own stuff for their Easter baskets if they want to put them all together there.
I will list all of the fillers I put in the baskets at the bottom of this post, and will share the table setting and printables in another post. Be sure to check out the recipe for the Deconstructed Individual Fruit Pizzas that I made for the brunch! Yummy!
Enjoy the rest of the photos of this super fun Easter Bunny Brunch and I would love it if you would share it wherever you like to share stuff!
What do you think of hosting an Easter Bunny Brunch? You could also host this same party as a birthday party for kids and let them fill their own eggs. Another idea is to set something up like this the week or month of Easter and let the kids earn Bunny Bucks for good behavior and then they can “shop” the Bunny Store. This set up is so fun and versatile!