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These adorable little baskets are a great way to dress up your Easter table and round out your Easter Garden Party. They are easy to make and even little ones will love these mini Easter basket favors.


You will need: ribbon, washi tape, yellow favor cups

Cut a 6 inch piece of ribbon. Use some decorative washi tape to tape the ends of the ribbon to opposite sides of the basket to create a handle. Fill your little baskets with cotton candy and chocolate eggs for a miniature Easter basket treat!


Photography, design + styling by Sara Schmutz.

Starting a little garden is a great activity for your little Easter guests! And, what better place to plant an Easter Garden than in an adorable retro egg carton? An egg carton garden makes a fun activity and cute favor for guests to take home.

Egg Carton Garden on onecharmingparty.com #easter

You will need: retro print egg cartons, planting soil, seeds (try herbs such as basil and parsley), plant marker printable, wooden ice cream spoons

Print and cut out the plant markers. Fold each marker in half. Glue the marker over a wooden ice cream spoon and let your guests fill in the name of the herbs you are planting.

Instruct your guests to fill each pocket of their egg carton 3/4 of the way with soil. In each pocket, make a small hole half way down. Plant a seed in each hole and cover back up with soil.

Be sure to let them know that once they get home, they should cut off the top of the egg carton and place at the bottom as a tray. Also, the egg carton garden is to make plant starters, and that the plants will have to be transferred to a pot once they have grown bigger.

Egg Carton Garden on onecharmingparty.com #easter

Egg Carton Garden on onecharmingparty.com #easter

Once the gardens have been planted at the party, tie up the egg cartons with some ribbon to send your guests home with!


Photography, design + styling by Sara Schmutz.

For an Easter Garden Party, carrot cupcakes are a must. These cute cupcakes will please your little guests just as much as the Easter Bunny. The little candy carrots are so easy to make that the kids can help!

carrot cupcakes

You will need: chocolate cupcakes with chocolate frosting + sprinkles (these are from Trophy Cupcakes), orange dot candy or gumdrops, green edible grass (available at Target), toothpicks, 2-1/2 inch wide clay pots, cupcake seed packet printable, wooden ice cream spoons

To make one carrot: Take an orange dot candy or gumdrop and poke a hole in the bottom with the toothpick. Take a 3-5 inch piece of edible grass and fold it in half. Stick the edible grass in the hole made in the candy. Repeat until you have all the candy carrots you need. Stick the candy carrots in the cupcakes, grass side up, to mimic a little carrot growing in the soil.

carrot cupcakes

carrot cupcakes

To finish the garden effect, place your whole cupcake in a washed and dried clay pot and top with a seed packet label glued on to a wooden ice cream spoon. These little carrot garden cupcakes are a great way to add a little personal touch to store bought cupcakes.


Photography, design + styling by Sara Schmutz.

Springtime is such a magical time. With the end of a dreary winter comes the promise of a beautiful new year as plants turn green and flowers spring out from the earth. An Easter Garden Party is the perfect way to celebrate! To help you and your guests enjoy the changing season, put together this adorable table of garden inspired treats.


For the food, top your table with little nut cups filled with chocolate pudding and cookie crumbs, miniature Easter baskets made from yellow favor cups full of candy, carrot garden cupcakes and refreshing lemonade served in these adorable milk bottles and striped paper straws.

To add some decoration, these fabulous glass domes from Pottery Barn are festive placed on top of cake stands. In one of the glass domes you can put plastic Easter eggs in the party colors. The other glass dome can be filled with fresh flowers.



This party table could easily be served indoors or outdoors for your Easter Garden Party! With good food, Easter eggs, fresh flowers, and fabulous decorations, it will be a party to remember. More to come tomorrow…

Photography, design + styling by Sara Schmutz

Invite your friends over for a little Easter Garden Party with these cute invites. And what better way to bring in Spring than planting some fresh herbs? Add seed packets to your garden party invitations for your guests to use at home.

garden party invitations

garden party favors

You will need: OCP Easter garden invitation printable, seeds, OCP seed packet printable, chevron bags

Place the seeds in a chevron bag and top with a seed packet label. Include a little bag of seeds with the invitation as a sweet little gift!

Photography, design + styling by Sara Schmutz.

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