Host an Easter Brunch for Kids

The bunny has delivered his treats, but the fun isn't over. While the adults are enjoying an Easter brunch, let the kids have a playful tea party. Decorate with cute crafts and serve easy foods for the most fun springtime fete ever.

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Please Join Us!

This pop-up card will jump out at your guests. Tell them it's BYOB (bring your own bunny).

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Party Time!

Set a small table for the children to enjoy their Easter celebration. Dye eggs and stamp them with the kids' names as place cards.

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Pom-Pom Paper Flowers

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Cupcake Cafe

Bake dessert in oven-safe teacups for a surprising treat. Decorate the cakes with icing in different pastel hues and sprinkle the tops with coconut flakes.

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Beautiful Blooms

Simple-to-make felt flowers look darling as a low-maintenance, high-impact decoration. Place them in the center of the table and let the children take one home as a party favor.

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Egg-stra Cute!

And oh so easy: Make these simple ties by gluing felt and rickrack to a standard hair elastic.

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All Ears!

Turn your little party guests into a herd of hopping bunnies. Glue chenille stems between two layers of felt and attach to a simple headband. These ears are so adorable, your kids won't want to take them off.

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Every Bunny's Welcome

Don't forget the stuffed animals! Set them up on the couch with their own springtime feast. A miniature tea set, play pastries, and even a stuffed carrot will complete their party nicely.

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Make an Impression

Press the blunt side of a cookie cutter into bread, then toast to create these perfect bunny-theme snacks. Spread honey mustard on the bottom slice and layer with ham and shredded lettuce.

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Pink Drink

Attach a felt bunny face to a straw to dress up a tasty fruit smoothie. Stick marshmallows to the inside of the cup for a polka-dot effect.

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Spring Bling

Toward the end of the party, let your young guests wind down with an easy craft project. Set up a buffet of beads and precut felt shapes such as squares, circles, and flowers so they can make a sweet necklace to match their Easter ensemble.

Originally published in the April 2009 issue of Parents magazine.

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