Each Easter we gather our families together for our annual Easter egg hunt and dinner.
This year we celebrated on Palm Sunday.
I always enjoy getting together we our extended and melded family of many.
The day is always filled with much laughter and memory making moments, organized chaos, the sound of busy feet, squeals of delight and smiles.
In fact, if we can make it through one of our large gatherings without any injuries or too big of tears we consider the entire event successful!
This year we combined Easter and our granddaughters Birthday celebration together.
I am sharing with you today one of the simplest Easter Centerpieces you will ever make.
I made another one a few years ago using faux flowers that you might want to take a peek at too, it is here.
Did I mention that I really enjoy entertaining, especially our family…big smile.
I just really like to share with you all, tips on how to entertain in our homes with our families.
You know, family is our most precious gift and making them feel loved, welcome and special is one the the best gifts to give to them and ourselves.
Our Easter gathering is filled with children, so naturally I like to keep the whimsy and magic flowing through our home and make it the theme throughout the day.
So, anything that involves Peeps and marshmallows screams kiddos to me.
Supplies For DIY Easter Centerpiece
Two Clear vases-One large one and one smaller as the smaller vase will fit inside the larger one.
One package of assorted mini marshmallows.
Several packages of peeps.
I am just going to use arrows, instead of a lengthy explanation of the process that will just make this all seem so much more difficult than it really is, you know what I mean…
This is such a simple assembly.
Presto, in 10 minutes you have a centerpiece.
Happy Birthday sweet Afton, we love you so much!
I found this little tin Chalkboard at Target in the three dollar tubs.
Used a little colored chalk.
The day was so beautiful.
A little windy and cool but there were plenty of eggs and the hunt begins!
Followed by magical bubbles.
Thank you for joining me, looking forward to seeing you back for Wandering Wednesday.