Tumbling Bunnies Easter Party

Posted on March 27th, 2013 by Kara
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Just in time for Easter, this precious TUMBLING BUNNIES PARTY was submitted by Carolyne  of The Party Artisan.

Some of my favorite elements of this adorable bunny themed party are:

  • Obviously, the fondant tumbling bunnies on top of the chocolate cake
  • The meringue “bunny tails”
  • The popcorn filled favor cones
  • and MORE!

Here’s what Carolyne said about planning the party- “This party is based around prints of hand painted watercolor bunnies. The bunny starts off sitting and then performs a complete tumble before sitting again! Completely unique! All designed by The Party Artisan, the banner would not only look cute for the party but also a wonderful addition to a child’s bedroom! This theme would not just be great for birthdays, but wonderful for Christenings, baby shower, and Easter too, in fact anytime where a bunny is needed :). Instructions can be found on The Party Artisan blog to make the fondant bunnies for the cake.”

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Favor Cones

Milk Bottles

Striped Paper Straws

Sprinkles

 

Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:

Favor Cones

Milk Bottles

Striped Paper Straws

Sprinkles

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3 thoughts on “Tumbling Bunnies Easter Party

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  1. Carolyne

    Thanks for featuring my party!
    I loved painting these little bunnies, my daughter asked if I was painting enough bunnies to fill the house :) The designs look great printed, just as cute as the original paintings!
    I’ve also added the bunny tails recipe on the blog, as well as a chocolate bunny bouquet and some bounty eggs which would all look wonderful with this party.
    Carolyne
    xx

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