Easter Bunny Hop Party

04.13.11

I have been away for awhile now and now that I’m back home I’m catching up on some of my favorite blogs.  I spotted this wonderful party on Hostess with the Mostess.  This super party was hosted by Bri and Amy of The Saavy Moms Guide. This party is a modern, creative, budget-friendly, and most of all…FUN!  And it was fun for everyone at the party.  It even included bunny tails and a bunny hop!

And can you believe you can throw this party for about $85?!  Well you can!  Bri and Amy got most of the decor at their local Dollar Tree and many of the serving pieces they already owned.  Because they are loving the silohuette theme they went with chocolate bunny silhouettes accented with green and white gingham and orange. They used artificial grass as the runner to give the table a carrot patch feel. They hung a silhouette bunny and orange pennant banner from twine to dress the green and white gingham backdrop. {Click here to download a template for the bunny silhouette.}

The brownie bunnies were cut using bunny shaped cookie cutters and placed on wooden dowels. They then created a picket fence display made from garden fencing, cut and zip tied to the size we needed. To create a natural earthy feel, we filled the fencing with craft shred purchased from Dollar Tree.

To incorporate healthy snacks they cut up carrot and celery sticks and placed them in plastic footed cups (also from Dollar Tree) filled with Ranch Dip and embellished with twine for a Savvy garnish.

To get the kids “hoppin party spirit” they filled a stand with coordinating orange and green party hats and blowers from Oh Goodie Designs. They also included bunny ears and mouths on sticks made by Frog Prince Paperie. Each play party friend was also given their own bunny tail made from cotton balls glued to twine and tied around their waste.

The party guests left with a cello bag that was filled with goldfish and tied with green & white gingham ribbon and a “Thanks for Hopping By” tag by Love the Day.”

Loving this super Easter inspired party and even better that you can throw this yourself for less than $85!!  Wow!  Thanks Bri and Amy for sharing this fabulous party and Hostess with the Mostess for always making me happy with super cute “real” parties.

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