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Inspiration for your Easter Brunch

We were on the hunt for some new ideas regarding dying eggs, inviting spring to the table and yummy Easter-y breakfast recipes all throughout the web. Have fun getting inspired! by Sarah

Here are a few of our favourite discoveries for this year’s Easter Brunch. For more ideas take a look at our  Pinterest board.

 

1. Less colour is more

When it comes to dying eggs go for laid-back or light pastel shades that are all the rage this year. You like it as raw and natural as possible? Look for eggs laid by rare and old poultry breeds that come with a touch of colour naturally, such as light blue (Araucana), pink or even dark brown (Marans). You could also always use onion skins, beets or grape juice to dye your eggs with. Let Martha Stewart show you how!

Naturally colourful eggs by old breeds © rusticmeetsvintage.com via Pinterest

Naturally colourful eggs by old breeds © rusticmeetsvintage.com via Pinterest

Pastel Eggs © myrusticfarmhouse via Pinterst

Pastel Eggs © myrusticfarmhouse via Pinterst

 

2. Same same but different

Whether it’s a girly pink, yellow as bright as spring flowers, green that is greener than grass or even carrot-style orange: pick one vibrant colour to use as a common theme in your décor. We promise you’ll be rewarded with a table that is more than pleasing to the eye! And you know what’s almost too cute to be true? Matching egg cosies shaped like chicks or bunnies. Like, how amazing are those?

One colour theme from the muesli bowl to your fav egg cosy © dillekamille via Pinterest

One colour theme from the muesli bowl to your fav egg cosy © dillekamille via Pinterest

 

3. Signs of spring in your bowl

Use edible flowers and dried petals to invite spring right into your muesli bowl. Both our Verival Crunchy Mix with Fruits as well as our Cranberry Cherry Muesli will brighten your bowl with dried sunflower and cornflower petals.

Flowers for breakfast © shanyaraleonie.com via Pinterest

Flowers for breakfast © shanyaraleonie.com via Pinterest

 

4. DIY Décor on the breakfast table

The hunt for Easter Eggs is a kick for both young and old so why not draw inspiration for decoration right from a child’s phantasy? Who wouldn’t love a chick-cup or bunny-cake-holder?

Eating fruit can’t get any better © simpleasthatblog via Pinterest

Eating fruit can’t get any better © simpleasthatblog via Pinterest

Bunnylicious! DIY Bunny Cake Holder by © A subtle revelry via Pinterest

Bunnylicious! DIY Bunny Cake Holder by © A subtle revelry via Pinterest

 

5. If you can find it, go eat it

What’s even better than finding your Easter Nest? Eating it right up, of course! Just use some oats or your favourite Muesli to bake an Easter Nest you can fill with yoghurt, fruit and more.

Muesli Nest with Coconut © Greenster.com via Pinterest

Muesli Nest with Coconut © Greenster.com via Pinterest

 

6. Eggshells are the new flowerpots

Everyone has broken an egg before while trying to decorate it. This time, however, you get to reuse it as a flowerpot and groom some early bloomers right there on your breakfast table.

Eggshell floristry  © Shifra Jumelet of A Cup of Life via Pinterest

Eggshell floristry © Shifra Jumelet of A Cup of Life via Pinterest

 

7. Shhh! The napkin can hear us

Learn how to fold your very own bunny army and equip everyone of your guests with a fun set of napkin-bunny-ears. Find out how to do it here: Lushome.com.

Bunny Napkin © Lushome.com via Pinterest

Bunny Napkin © Lushome.com via Pinterest

 

8. Buntings for the win

DIY buntings will go a long way when you’re looking for that last decoration hack to make your Easter table just perfect. Instant holiday mood guaranteed!

DIY bunting by © Yellowblissroad.com

DIY bunting by © Yellowblissroad.com

 

What kind of decoration do you like to use for your Easter Brunch? Let us in on your must-haves on Instagram using our hashtag #verival.

Header Pic: © myrusticfarmhouse.blogspot.co.at via Pinterest

by Sarah on the 02.01.2016
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