|My friend, Natalie hosted and made a lovely lunch for the little ones, including bunny-shaped sandwiches and Easter fairy cakes|
|I made this 'Miffy'-style bunny bunting to hang up. I used free printables from here , printed onto spring patterned paper, cut out and thread onto a piece of cotton!|
Natalie strung up this tissue paper flower garland from Tescos- Isn't it cute?
|Hayden wasn't remotely interested in the homemade Easter pinata which eventually showered us with sweets. I can't take any credit for breaking it though- I sucked!|
|The kids got bags of marshmallows - I got the Bunny Tail labels from Create.Craft.Love|
The 'grown ups' also had some marshmallows and we played 'Fluffy Bunnies' with them - It was gross. *If you've never heard of that game, it basically involved stuffing your face with marshmallows and trying to speak . . .Horrendous
|Hayden was somewhat distracted during the Lucky Dip by all the grass she could be attempting to walk on . . . However she was impressed with the chocolate that she got when she eventually pulled something out!|
|I made Easter Rocky Road! It's not the best picture but it was very yummy. There was some made with Milk Chocolate and some with White. Both contained Flump marshmallows, Smarties, Pink wafers, Oreos and neon sugar sprinkles|
|Our 'Stash'- I would love to tell you it will last us ages but I'd probably be wrong!|
Below: Our table- I tried to make it as pretty as possible but I was very short on time and I didn't have a lot to work with . . .