Fluffy and puffy, cute and sweet…a bunny’s tail makes a bunny complete!

Please join us as we read bunny tales together and enjoy bunny tail treats in the garden

For this party, I wanted to create a white dessert table with many textures and layers.  I love the nubby fabric that is as soft as a bunny and has the raised dots that resemble a bunny tail. The focus was on white and bunny tails to go along with the theme of the party~ bunny tales.

I draped garlands of white tulle poms vertically over the table cloth and topper.  I tied ribbon between each pom on the garlands.

The cake was also designed with a focus on fluffy bunny tails in the form of fluffy buttercream!  The precious stitched bunny on top is such a sweet design from Kathi at My Sweet Things– and notice the bunny tails surrounding the entire cake…

 Beautiful matching cupcakes in soft pink and yellow- complete with puffy, white dots!

Perfectly adorable bunnies pop-up and show their faces on the cookies in soft colors but lots of personality!

Notice the delicate mini bunny cookies by Picket Fence Confections…they are about the sweetest little things I have seen!  These cookies are bite-sized and perfectly decorated!  The kids couldn’t resist the tiny size and yummy flavor!  They look beautiful displayed in a white, ruffled, milkglass bowl.

 Bunny Tail lollipops in pink, yellow, and blue were served in foam cubes wrapped in ribbon and topped with single tulle poms.  The poms were attached with pearl-head straight pins and then the pops were placed between the fluffy poms…

The children had their eyes on the treats right from the start!

I loved using my grandmother’s white vases- round with raised dots- and having them filled with gorgeous spring flowers.

This little hydrangea bunny served as a focal point at the children’s table.  I described what I had in mind, and Always Always Flowers made it just beautifully!   It is made from 8″ round, floral oases and wire ears.  It is covered in hydrangea blossoms and spritzed often to keep him happy. 

The children’s table was in the gazebo in the garden-

I love children’s books and I always love incorporating them in any activity that I can!  The idea behind this party was for the children to enjoy listening to stories about bunnies or Easter and then have fun with activities that went along with the stories.  Of course, the children also enjoyed an egg hunt…

And, the prize egg is the one with the bunny tail inside! 

What a fun and delightful day!  Happy Easter from The Party Wagon!

Vendor Credits:

Party Styling- The Party Wagon

Tulle Pom Garlands, Wands, and Single Poms- Titi’s Tutus

Cake and Cupcakes~ My Sweet Things

Cookies (Bunnies in Grass and Silhouette Bunnies)~ My Sweet Things

Mini Bunny Cookies~ Picket Fence Confections

Photography~ Zoomworks Photography

Location~ Ashford Manor Bed and Breakfast

Flowers- Always, Always Flowers – (706) 227-0805


I would love to share ideas for activities that you can incorporate into your party…

See the following post to see more of the activities that were planned for the children- from a beginning activity for as soon as they arrive to the very end! 

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