Jennifer, of Jennifer Lynn Events, shares her ideas for making an Easter party hop!  With adorable dress up clothes and props, along with delightful and whimsical treats, Jennifer shows up how to style a party that appeals to a wide range of ages!  Hop along with us!

Notice the oversized Easter baskets with each child’s initial on it- it serves as a decoration, a party favor, and doubles as storage in a child’s room!  I love that idea!  The large Easter sign also serves a a cute prop for photos to commemorate the occasion.

With tutus, custom Ts, and fun leg warmers, the girls were hopping (and the boys loved this version of wearing a tie!)~

Blowing bubbles is always a party-perfect activity!  Look how cute the customized tags and bubble bottles are…the little bunny graphic is just adorable!

I especially like the customized “ingredients” on the water bottles~

And, of course, sweet Easter treats for the children to enjoy are always a hit!  Beautiful chocolate covered Oreos and cupcakes added extra happiness!

So many cute ideas that you can use for your own Easter parties!  Thank you for sharing, Jennifer!  Happy Easter!

Design & Styling: Jennifer Lynn Events
Photography: Laura Dee Photography
Easter Printables: Twinkle Twinkle Little Party
Tutus & Legwarmers: Pansy Pie Boutique
Chocolate Covered Oreos, Marshmallow Pops and Lollipops: Sweet Temptations
Fondant Cake Toppers: Edible Details



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