Easter Egg Decorating Party


Is there anything sweeter than adorable kids, gathering for an afternoon of crafts and treats?! I thoroughly enjoy hosting intimate parties for my son, family and friends, so this year I put together a water color, Easter egg decorating party! We painted eggs (the metallic water color eggs came out awesome!) and snacked on bite-sized bunny and carrot sandwiches, rainbow deviled eggs and a yogurt serving bar. I made a pineapple and coconut cocktail for the adults to enjoy and the most creamy and delicious white hot chocolate for the kids! We also made chocolate-dipped apples covered in coconuts and marshmallows!! The kids always have such a good time and the joy I get from creating special memories for their childhood is priceless!! Hopefully the pics inspire you to throw your own party or try some of the ideas out! Below is a little buying guide!

One of our favorite online stores, Mark and Graham, provided us with the beautiful white octagon tray, cheers coasters, gold rimmed glasses, hand blown glass vase for the tulips, white buckets and the butler tray we used for our yogurt serving bar.

The watercolor napkins, paper cups, egg trays, water colors (loving the Kid Made Modern line you can buy at Target too) and paint brushes are from Target.

Fluffy pillows from Pier 1 Imports

Photos by Madcitizen

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7 responses to Easter Egg Decorating Party

  1. So many great ideas — I’m trying the rainbow deviled eggs first 🙂

    1. Eden
      March 16, 2016

      Thank you Sue!!

  2. Megan
    March 16, 2016

    Can you give us some pointers on who you made the few items in your post?

    (1) What are the bunny ears on the “caramel apples” made out of?
    (2) How did you dye the rainbow deviled eggs?


    1. Eden
      March 17, 2016

      Hi Megan! Yes, the bunny ears are made from candy melts! I just melted candy melts and then put it in a piping bag and piped ears onto parchment paper. They dry in about an hour!! Then I used the candy melt to stick it onto the apple! For the rainbow eggs we hardboiled eggs, took the shells off and used food coloring in a bowl with water to dye them! I hope that helps!!

      1. Megan
        March 17, 2016

        Thank you, Eden. Appreciate the timely reply 🙂

  3. Chris l owen
    April 2, 2017

    Did you get the metallic watercolor paints from Target too? I loved your idea of putting names on Easter eggs for the table, how did you make them look marbled?

  4. Amanda
    March 14, 2019

    Are those just regular gold stickers on the eggs?

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