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a flora and fauna easter brunch...
5 Apr 2017

a flora and fauna easter brunch

Easter is just a couple weeks away, and today we're bringing you a whimsical brunch table to create for friends and family this year. Here's how to set up a flora and fauna themed table to go with your delicious brunch this year...

a flora and fauna easter brunch

You'll need:

-faux green garland, eggs, and flowers

-paper/faux butterflies, birds, and other fun animals

-Lindt GOLD BUNNY chocolates 

-LINDOR Eggs

Here's how:

a flora and fauna easter brunch

1. First lay down the faux green garland in the middle of the table. This will serve as the base for your centerpiece. Add in the faux flower stems along the garland a few inches apart from each other. 

a flora and fauna easter brunch

2. Place the Easter eggs and LINDOR eggs in clusters of 2 or 3 pieces and place clusters along the length of the garland. The LINDOR Egg Pouches are perfect for decorating needs, as each bag includes a lot of smooth melting chocolates.

a flora and fauna easter brunch

3. Then place the Lindt GOLD BUNNY figures along the garland nestled inside. The premium chocolate bunny dressed in gold foil adds a little shimmer to any Easter celebration and is available in a variety of flavors and sizes. Add the smaller bunnies from the Mini 5-pack throughout the centerpiece to have more pops of gold and for size contrast. Then add the faux butterflies behind each large GOLD BUNNY. 

a flora and fauna easter brunch

4. Finally, place the faux butterflies and LINDOR Eggs on each place setting for a special greeting when guests arrive to their seat at the table!

a flora and fauna easter brunch

*This post was brought to you in collaboration with Lindt, the premium chocolatier offering the best tasting and best quality chocolate accompaniments for favorite Easter traditions, whether filling baskets, hosting egg hunts, or decorating tablescapes. 

P.S. Three Easter Baskets and more Easter inspiration right here!

Items shown: Benjamin Moore Springtime Peach paint, Max Wanger print in Simply Framed frame, vintage rug, Blu Dot table, Modernica chairs, Target marbled eggs, Target flatware, Julie Peach napkins, Anthropologie salad plates, Hawkins New York large plate, Anthropologie glasses (past season).

{Photos by Casey Brodley, styling by Julia Wester, and assistant styling by Jess Hong.}

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