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Entertain on Easter

Colorful eggs, candied chocolates + cups filled with sweets… It must be Easter. 

There’s something about a well-dressed table that makes the food taste better… [although, that might be because I toss in lots of sweet treats]. Regardless, creating a festive table has always come easier for me than the whole cooking end of things. I’m working on that. 

In the meantime, I hope you enjoy these fun ideas for entertaining on Easter. You may squeal a little over the sweet treats sent over from Public Lives, Secret Recipes

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Fill bowls and baskets with colored eggs, candies + Easter grass.

Laurens-Lyst-Easter-Table

Laurens-Lyst-Easter-Table

Have fun with place settings. Pick up festive ribbon + clothespins [from Michaels, in stores] to wrap around each napkin. Try also placing a handful of Easter grass on each plate.

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Fill a tall water glass with fresh flowers. Keep the arrangement loose + imperfect. The idea is to make the table feel light and inviting.

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Add color to your table through candies, confetti and place cards.

Laurens-Lyst-Easter-Table

Laurens-Lyst-Easter-Table

Add sweet treats to your table! These adorable krispie pops arrived at my doorstep from the talented baker behind Public Lives, Secret Recipes. I met Caitlin in the Windy City, and insisted she share her creations with me. Best part is, you can order custom krispie pops too.

Laurens-Lyst-Easter-Table

Laurens-Lyst-Easter-Table

Cake Pops: Public Lives, Secret Recipes [email publiclivessecretrecipes@gmail.com for orders] // Candies: Sugarfina // Baskets + Clothespins: Michaels [in stores] // Place Cards: The Paper Source

Sweater: J. Crew // Jeans: AG // Love Ring: Sydney Evan [affordable option here]

Photos by Annie Shak