Peter Cottontail Easter Party

Posted on February 26th, 2012 by Kara
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Can you believe that Easter is just around the corner? This PETER COTTONTAIL EASTER PARTY submitted by Jennifer Kirlin of BellaGrey Designs is so darling. I just love the soft pink color scheme. Take a look at the stacked Oreo’s with bows tied around them…so cute & easy!

You can purchase this whole Peter Rabbit party collection in Jennifer’s shop.

Jennifer said– “I created the Vintage Peter Cottontail Easter Collection to bring together some old and some new. I really like silhouettes because they allow you to be imaginative. What color might the bunny be? White, brown, grey, or black? Does the bunny have a pink nose or is it speckled? What color are its eyes? I chose the soft pink because it’s soothing and classic of Easter. Also, soft pastels are typical of my personal Easter decor for our home.

I chose a soft ruffled backdrop to keep with the theme. I ruffled up the main white table cloth to show a soft pink one peeking out underneath.

I picked up a few different mini bird nests and added some fun pink speckled eggs. I made the Meringue cookies, stacked a few Berry Burst Ice Cream Oreos and wrapped them with a thin pink ribbon. I turned the egg holders upside down and added a pink bow and speckled eggs. I made some Strawberry milk and placed the bottle of milk in a mini wooden crate I had lying around ~ I knew that would come in handy one day! *wink*

Every day is a reason to celebrate and although this is an Easter inspired theme, it could very well serve as a great baby shower, first birthday or even a bridal shower theme.”


Party Designs/ Styling ~ BellaGrey Designs
Party Collection~ BellaGrey Designs Shop
Photography ~ BellaGrey Designs
Cupcakes ~ BellaGrey Designs


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