What’s cuter than a Bunny Breakfast for Easter? Nothin’ cuter.
I thought it would be sweet to make a little Bunny themed breakfast for Easter for my little girls, and here’s what I came up with.
Let’s start with the bunny themed dining table. First I decorated their little chairs, and turned them into bunny chairs, with a pom pom tail and little bunny ears made of white paper, and water colours. Easy and so, so cute.
I set the table with some pink plates and adorable bunny cups, that I saw at the store and couldn’t forget -they actually inspired the whole breakfast, and were perfect for hot chocolate.
I’ve kind of developed a bit of a crush on plain old baby’s breath, and thought it went perfectly for my bunny breakfast as little bunny tail flowers.
And one other sweet idea, bunny ear napkins.
Above the table I used a little chalk board bunting wishing everyone a “Hoppy Easter”, and a bunny tail pom pom garland -which might be my very favourite little detail.
The perfect little spot for your littles to enjoy some special bunny treats -now on to the treats!
I wanted to use lots of pretty things, pink, white, and a few vintage treasures in the decor. This sweet little picture is one I picked up on a weekend get-away in the fall, and I’ve been waiting to bring it out for Easter, since it has a little rabbit in it.
I had so much fun thinking up a bunny inspired menu.
I made the pancake “bunny cakes” with a squeeze bottle to help form the ears. After they were done, I used a little melted chocolate to create the precious little faces. We served them with maple syrup.
I also made some yummy homemade granola, and served it in little carrot cones -made out of orange scrapbook paper and a little green ribbon.
We served our “bunny munch granola” with some vanilla yogurt -a real favourite combo around here.
The yogurt was in a bowl, and just for fun we also had the cutest little bunny chocolate sprinkles. Seriously, does it get any cuter?
You might have noticed a certain little teddy bear who wanted in on the action, and secured his spot by disguising himself as a bunny for the morning with the help of my youngest daughter.
I also made some hard boiled Easter eggs. And, there were lots of special candy treats too.
I also picked up some jelly doughnut holes and served them as “bunny tails”.
They were so good. Doughnuts should probably be standard breakfast fare.
This was really the sweetest breakfast…in terms of cuteness and actual sweetness thanks to all those sugary treats.
I hope it inspires something special at your house too. With a bunny breakfast, life really is a party!