Easter recap: Family, Food and Flowers


Wow the long weekend flew by, didn’t it?! And setting the clock to day light saving time didn’t help either. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the coldest Easter of all times. My home was boasting with flowers in an array of colours. My dinner table was adorned by the branches with lovely birds as a focal point, and I also had a few smaller magnolia branches decorated with porcelain pendants. I spray-painted my eggs gold, and I made a delicious lunch including:

So despite the winter, it was warm and comfy inside and I just love to entertain and host events like these. I hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend as well. Here’s a short visual recap:

fritatta

easter pendant paastakken versieren

crab balls krab balletjes

easter place setting

cupcakes

tulips

high tea 1

tulips 2

high tea 2

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  2. […] didn’t either until December when I taught a blogging workshop at my home and Dutch student, Louise, gave one to another student as a present. Yes, we did a gift exchange. I never saw it done before […]

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