How to decorate for an Easter Brunch

How to decorate for an Easter Brunch

If you celebrate Easter, you know that this occasion is less than two weeks away! Easter Sunday is a great time to enjoy the company of family and close friends. Be sure to take a look at our helpful home design tips to get your New York space in great shape for hosting brunch:

  • Fabulous flowers: Flowers can take your design scheme from drab to fab while also creating an inviting atmosphere for your house guests. We recommend choosing arrangements that are bright and cheerful, such as daisies. For more helpful tips on how to decorate with flowers, take a look at our previous blog post.
  • Festive food: A Sunday brunch wouldn't be complete without an array of tasty food. If you want to adhere to the Easter motif, we found this adorable recipe that easily shows you how to transform deviled eggs into the shape of baby chicks!  And, of course, be sure that your candy dishes are stocked with jelly beans, marshmallow Peeps and chocolate eggs.
  • Innovative eggs: If you have children, they'll love this DIY craft project for creating festive Easter eggs."Give eggs a quick new look by decorating them with old or new stamps," suggest a blogger for Martha Stewart. "Working in sections, coat a blown-out eggshell or a wooden egg with water-based glue sealant (such as Mod Podge); position stamps so they overlap. When done, paint a thin layer of glue over entire egg."

We hope your brunch is a hoppin' good time! For more hosting and design tips be sure to follow our blog or contact Metropolitan Window fashions for our stylish custom curtains and drapes.