Plan for Easter with Pinterest!

Pinterest Easter Brunch Ideas

Believe it or not, Easter will be here in just a few short weeks! If you will be hosting a special Easter Brunch, you’ll want to check out our VineSleuth Easter Brunch Pinterest Board.

Easter is a special day to gather with friends and family. Whether you keep things simple with a make-ahead meal or go all-out with something a little fancier, we’ve got some ideas to get you started with your planning.

On Our Easter Brunch Pinterest Board You’ll Find

  • Brunch Recipes & Menu Plans: Take a little work out of the planning and use a pre-made menu. We’ve found some great resources online. Of course, if you want to build your own menu, we’ve also highlighted a few recipes that look delicious.
  • Wine & Beverage Ideas: Who doesn’t love a little champagne with their Easter brunch? Find posts about champagne and champagne-based beverages. Of course, not everyone is a wine drinker, so we’ve also pinned some non-alcoholic drinks as well.
  • Easter Decor Ideas: Easter is a great time to set a pretty table. We’ve pinned some beautiful DIY placemats, candles, placeholders, and centerpiece ideas.
  • Wine & Easter Candy: Okay, so Easter candy isn’t official on the brunch list, but you’ll probably have some around on Easter. Why not pair it with wine and see what you think?

What are your plans for Easter?


Janel Piersma is virtual assistant, diy craft blogger, mom, and “law school wife” in Virginia. She blogs about motherhood, DIY, crafts, and living on a student’s budget at Life with L & E.

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