Spring is such a fun time for parties. I love the freshness of everything, from decor to desserts! That’s why I rounded up some of the freshest Easter parties from my archives and from some of my talented friends. There’s tons here to inspire your Easter celebrations, from traditional to modern, breakfast to dessert, and parties for both kids and adults. Read on for all 22 Easter Party Ideas!
Pastels and Pearls Easter Luncheon
For the little ladies, this Pastels and Pearls Easter Luncheon is sweet and fun. They can play dress up and sit down to eat tea sandwiches and milk in a party decked out in pastels, pearls, and furs.
24 “Carrot” Gold Party
This 24 “Carrot” Gold Party is glamorous and fun – and works for both kids and adults! It was originally inspired by Bruno Mars’ “24k Magic” song – and includes magical DIY centerpieces, place cards, take home baskets and more!
Contemporary Black and White Easter Celebration
For a more contemporary look, black and white can’t be beat! This Black and White Easter Celebration has a simplified modern color palette but still brings the spring vibes with small pops of pastel and greenery.
Easter Party for Kids on a Budget
A brighter color scheme is great for kids! This Pink and Yellow Party has tons of ideas for decor, favors and desserts, and all for under $35!
Easter Party for Adults on a Budget
Pixels & Pop has amazing tips for how to set a festive Easter table for adults on a budget. From sharing how to repurpose items you already have, to letting you know where to find cheap decor that still looks classy, this one will help anyone looking to party with style while still saving.
Woodland Easter Party
To feel a bit more down to earth, a woodsy Woodland Easter party is great. It uses whimsical and earthy elements with pops of sunny yellow to create a relaxing Easter setting.
BONUS: Just Add Confetti has more Woodland Easter Party inspiration, with a deeper gold, violet, and teal color scheme – but just as much earthy goodness.
Punny Easter Celebrations
Kids will love the silliness of these three punny Easter Celebrations.
The egg-themed You Crack Me Up Party is perfect for a fun Easter breakfast!
A Pug Life Party is cuddly and cute, and just a little gangster.
Girls will have a blast at a Chicks Rule Party!
Hip Hop Hooray Easter Party
For another silly and fun kid’s party, this Hip Hop Hooray Easter Party from Just Add Confetti will have kids dancing like no “bunny” is watching!
Bright Kids’ Easter Party
Another cheerful kid’s option, this Bright Kids’ Easter Party from Pop of Gold uses tons of bright colors, cute sandwiches in the shape of bunnies, and has an entertaining cookie decorating station!
Easter Has Sprung Party
This Easter Has Sprung party from Everyday Party is also full of bright colors and fun spring accents, including pretty pinwheels!
Happy Spring Party
Celebrating Spring in pastels is always classic. This Happy Spring party from Everyday Party focuses on pastel lavender, but uses other pastels as perfect Easter accent colors.
Easter Garden Party for Kids
Another pretty pastel option, this Garden Party for Kids from Mint Event Design features the cutest bunny cake and pastel fringe decor. It’s great as an outdoor option if you’re somewhere with great spring weather!
Boho Bunny Celebration
Speaking of bunnies, this Boho Bunny Celebration from A Lovely Design is a unique twist on traditional Easter. It includes bright colors, fun patterns, and comfy floor seating.
Peter Rabbit Party
Another rabbit-inspired party, this Peter Rabbit Party from Jordan’s Easy Entertaining is a sweet homage to the classic children’s stories from Beatrix Potter. You’ll feel like you are actually in the garden with Peter, surrounded by greenery and healthy vegetable snacks (plus some delicious desserts, of course)!
Alice-Inspired Easter Tea Party
For more literature-themed Easter fun, look no further than this Alice-Inspired Easter Tea Party from A Lovely Design. Guests will be transported directly to Wonderland with the White Rabbit, tea, and tons of desserts.
If you’re looking to celebrate a bit earlier in the day, an Easter Brunch like this one from Revel and Glitter is perfect. The amazing food is highlighted by a gorgeous green and pale pink color scheme.
Easter Brunch for Kids
When there are kids in the picture, an Easter Bunny Brunch, like this one from A Joyful Fete for Fun365 is the way to go. Brunch foods and bunny ears galore!
Easter Egg Decorating Party
Entertaining activities are important at any party. And the classic Easter entertainment has to be decorating eggs! Just Add Confetti’s Painting with my Peeps Party is a cute Peep Bunny-themed party that will encourage kids to let out their creative sides!
BONUS: This alternative Easter Egg Decorating Party from Everyday Party makes decorating eggs the main activity, but also includes plenty of space and time for desserts. It’s another great entertaining egg-decorating option for kids!
Egg Hunt Party
After the egg decorating, it’s time for hiding and hunting! Sarah Sofia Productions has great ideas for how to set up the perfect Egg Hunt Party, complete with the cutest little bunny baskets ever.
Spring Gingerbread House Party
Once the eggs are decorated and found, if your kids still have the decorating bug, this Spring Gingerbread House Party is for you. Gingerbread Houses aren’t just for Christmas anymore! Decorating these pretty spring houses will keep kids entertained for hours.
Easter Baking Party
An incredibly entertaining option for adults, this Easter Baking Party from Fete Gazette for Handmade Charlotte makes creating the Easter desserts the actual party! Guests will bond over baking, and no one will be able to resist saying yes to the cutest DIY whisk invitations.
Shabby Chic Dessert Party
After all the desserts are made, why not display them at a lovely Shabby Chic Dessert Party like this one from MINT Event Design? Reusing old furniture gives this party a cozy comfortable feel.
Farmhouse Style Easter Party
Finally, this similarly cozy and comfortable Farmhouse Style Easter Party from Everyday Party is rustic and inviting.
Which one is your favorite? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments. And if you are keeping things virtual this year, be sure to check out my post on Ideas for Virtual Easter Celebrations with Friends and Family.
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