It’s that time of year again, where the snow starts to melt! If you’re living anywhere in this part of the world, it seemed like it was never going to end. We would get 50 cm (20 inches) here, 20 cm there and another amount the next week. It seemed like it was never ending! UGH! But alas, the rain is coming down and it will be warming up. YAY! So with that, we welcome Easter preparations. Everyone, I feel, is excited to bring out the pastel colors, the flowers and just be able to have a beautiful Sunday brunch with their family and friends. Of course, don’t forget the egg hunt 🙂
So what better way to decorate the sweet table with a beautiful floral backdrop! Sorayda from Creations by Jazzmine Rose absolutely outdid herself with this. It’s stunning! Beautiful pastel colors with some bright butterflies to make the whole thing pop!
My table this year was a very subtle. I wanted to highlight the backdrop as well as create a simple table that anyone can do for their guests. The donut tower is probably the hardest to make, only because it requires patience and diligence, lol. You don’t want to build and eat as you’ll see that you may be missing a few and would have to bake a whole new batch. I used a very simple recipe from Jessica Segarra that wrote the book on these miniature desserts! Trust me you’re going to want to get the book and try them all!
All the other desserts are easy peasy: cupcakes, cake pops, sugar cookies! I also used some decor items from last year 🙂 . I really do love to reuse decorations anyway I can. Don’t get me wrong, I love toshop for what’s the latest at HomeSense (i’m there at least once-twice a week/ I’m their number 1 fan), but I thought simplicity was best for this table.
For those in the Montreal, QC area that feel they have too much to do before Easter, I do have a special treat box on sale right now. Check out my Facebook post for mode details!
Well I hope that you are pleased with this super pretty (ahem backdrop ahem) sweet table and hope that you can use any of my tips at your next event.
Until the next table, stay sweet!