It’s finally spring and I don’t know if you’re as excited as we are but Spring fever is real over here! Give me all the flowers, the tender greens, and the light! We’ve put together these little Easter brunch ideas for you. And the easiest -of all times- DIY flower wreaths. (Thanks to Atelier Carmel for the idea and the flowers!) Guys, these flower wreaths take literally ONE MINUTE to make. Scroll down to watch the little video we put together with the help of our talented homegirl Maca, she makes the cutest little videos!
Oh! By the way, the pictures were taken at Camille’s place, she just finished renovating her kitchen and her little banquette is the cutest thing. Especially with a bunch of Boucherouite pillows on it 😉 I’m so in love with the tiles she picked for her floors, the light bounces off them like crazy.
Our DIY Tabletop Flower Wreaths would be so cute for an Easter brunch but beyond that, how cute would they be for a Spring wedding or a summer party!! Wait until you watch the video. You’ll laugh at how easy they are to make.
Easter Brunch Ideas – DIY Tabletop Flower Wreaths
What you’ll need:
– Olive Branches
– A few flowers (these are Ranunculus and Butterflies)
– Clear Tape
– Cut the olive branches the size of your plates.
– Secure both ends with clear tape.
– Add a few of your favorite flowers.
Snap! Your table is in full bloom
Easter is such a great time to gather your loved ones. Get your fancy crystal glassware out of the cabinet, it’s time for rosé!
This is us trying to take a decent picture (but honestly we were laughing like crazy) I rarely step in front of the camera but this time I had to, the setting was just too gorgeous. Camille and Maca totally got me with the Rosé 😉
I just adore this color palette, such a great mix of peachy pinks, teals, light blue and mustard yellow! That original painting, Colombes by Zoe Bovin is a stunner too! (It’s available online in our Baba Art Gallery, right here)
Do you like the all-white kitchen look with butcherblock countertops and gold? I think it’s the best thing because then you can add some color pops with your accessories. Accessories are way easier to change than floors and countertops! That cute Boucherouite rug might not be the most practical in a kitchen (especially if you have kids) but hey, how cute!
Happy Easter to all of you! I wish you some sweet times with your family. Let me know if you try out these easy-breezy flower wreaths, I’d love to see them! –Stephanie