There’s so much to love about Easter parties – the kids are entertained (egg hunting, go!), and the adults can sit around and indulge in some day-time drinking (wheee!). If you’re just intending to have people come over to your house, that’s fine. But if you’re in the mood to level up your party planning skills and create one that’s totally gram-worthy, we suggest taking a look at these pretty Easter party themes. Just remember, party planning shouldn’t be a stressful affair, so feel free to pick and choose elements from these inspo shots. After all, the whole point of a party is really to spend time with your loved ones.
Farmer’s market Easter party
This was for a birthday party, but we reckon this spread of healthy bites works just as well for an Easter party. We love the “grass” that’s used as a table runner, and the use of wooden boxes for that rustic, farmer’s market feel.
This is such a clever idea – baby carrots in little pots of hummus. Goes to show that with a bit of imagination, you don’t need to slave in the kitchen to impress guests.
We love this – why should kids be the only ones who get party favours? Simply wrapped flowers are a nice way of thanking the grownups.
A modern take on a bunny themed party
With Easter parties, bunnies are an obvious theme. But how you choose to express this theme is entirely up to you. We like the idea of a more modern interpretation. Think a simple colour palette made of muted hues, and thoughtful accents.
Pasting rabbit ears behind each chair works for adults too.
Here’s an easy way to create a photobooth corner.
Peter Rabbit themed party
Take the classic and turn it into a pretty party marked by soft pastel colours.
With parties, don’t feel pressured to deck out the entire house. We love these ideas of focusing on just a small area (for example, a dessert corner or a photo backdrop) and fleshing out the theme well. These ideas take one key decorative piece – a tree of painted eggs — to anchor the Easter party. A few little details and accents and it works hard visually to set the theme of the party.
Take it outside
Easter parties are essentially a day-time affair so why not use it as a great opportunity to plan a picnic?