Easter Breakfast Room

Easter Sunday is just about a week away now. Whether you’re hosting a big family affair or just taking it easy, you still have to eat a good breakfast. Why not set the table the night before and start the day with something slightly luxurious without too much fuss?

It will be just the two of us for Easter Sunday breakfast at the kitchen table, but we both have hearty appetites! So yes…we’ll be eating ALL the foods!😋

I always try to add a little something extra special like these rose-topped sugar cubes for our coffee.

“Carnegie” by Christopher Stuart iced beverage glass with a pineapple motif sits alongside Cristal d’Arques “Ashville Gold” champagne flutes for mimosas.

Hey! Don’t judge! It’s been a LONG Lenten season. Our sweet tooth has some catching up to do!

These sweet wood bunnies have been sold at Hobby Lobby for several years now. This one looks so at peace…right in line with Easter Sunday.

We can be a couple of Messy Marvins, so I often employ full-sized decorative towels as napkins. These are from those bins we all know and love at the front of every Target store!

You may recognize this arrangement from my recent post, Bunny Pink Easter Luncheon. It found its way here to the breakfast bar for the season.

A few Easter touches added to the ever-present coffee bar.

I love my collection of Grace Teaware “Pin Dots” pink dishes.

Still looking for just the right tablescape for your Easter celebration? Check out these past Easter/Spring posts for ideas!

Next week, just in time for the Easter Bunny himself/herself, I’ll have a fun tablescape that kids and adults will enjoy!

16 thoughts on “Easter Breakfast Room

  1. Oh Alycia, you Easter table in the kitchen looks so Spring-y and perfect. I love the bunny towels, your pink Grace’s pieces (I have a black teacup like that) and all your pretty arrangements. I know what you mean about needing the sweets! Thank you for sharing the beauty with us. 🌷 🐰🌷


  2. Alycia, I love your Easter breakfast table. The Grace tea ware set is so pretty and perfect for a lovely breakfast or brunch. The towels are too cute, we don’t have a Target in our city. Happy Easter🌸🐰


  3. So pretty, I love the sweet pink and white. I have several of the HL wood bunnies that I have painted and decoupaged, one of my favorite Easter decorations! Enjoy those Easter sweets and delicious coffee from your festive coffee bar!


  4. Everything here is just PERFECT! I can see why you like those dishes because I am absolutely in love with them! I also love the towels being used as napkins. I have actually experienced that in various restaurants, and I think it is such a good idea. Finding pretty towels is sometimes not easy, but you certainly manage to do it. I would love to celebrate Easter at your house.


  5. I’ll be over soon to visit your cute Easter breakfast table. I could sit and enjoy some of your bakery sweets and gaze around your room at that big tray with your bunny then drink some breakfast tea from the pink and white dot tea cups and we could talk for hours. Anyway, your setup is darling with all of your Easter touches. Love it all.


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  7. This is so sweet Alycia. You’ve created the right ambience! We’re going to be with our Grandson and our son for Easter. Happy Easter to you both!


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