Our Ultimate Guide to Hosting Easter Brunch

With spring right around the corner, we’re gearing up for Easter brunch! With the pastel colors, time with family and plenty of chocolate, it’s no wonder Easter is a favorite holiday! Are you hosting this coming holiday? Don’t fret. We’ve put together the ultimate guide to hosting Easter brunch. Just add champagne!

Firstly, pick the color scheme. Go the classic route with a variety of pastel shades: think baby pink, light yellow and mint green. Or play it up with bolder hues: think deep amethyst, teal green and amber. Starting with a color scheme is a necessity…everything needs to flow!

Decide if you’ll host indoors or outdoors. With Spring on the horizon, many of us are eager to get out and enjoy the fresh air. If weather allows, we always recommend hosting outdoors (must be our California roots!), so bring your dining table outdoors and brunch under the sunshine! Short on tables? Archive has you covered with plenty of chairs and tables for rent.

The easiest way to make your Easter brunch feel extra special? Set the table! If space allows, avoid buffet style and give everyone a spot at the table with handmade place cards. This simple trick will create an intimate and memorable ambience.

We always love to liven up a space with our vintage glassware. It’s also an effortless way to bring in your color scheme (see: step one!). From mimosas in Mixed Champagne Coupes, to lemon water in Light Blue Goblets, to earl grey tea in Vintage Teacups, this is one of the easiest Easter brunch ideas to make the day feel a little fancy!

Play up the brunch table with mixed chairs. We love mixing our Viceroy Chairs, Farm Chairs and Eiffel Chairs. Another fan favorite chair to rent: Rose Gold!

Be sure to display a variety of brunch treats in an appetizing way! Ditch the pink donut box and set your delectable pastries atop our statement Cupcake Stand or variety of Cake Stands. It’s always a good idea to dress up store bought treats! Your secret is safe with us 😉

Don’t forget florals! Even if they’re minimal, floral arrangements can really tie a space together and complete the design. Our favorite Easter blooms: tulips (duh), lillies, daisies and daffodils.

When guests ask what to bring for easter brunch you can confidently say nothing…cause you’ve got it covered! Or they can bring champagne….there can never be too much champagne 😉