Make the table instantly prettier by using a coloured napkin. Here I’ve used soft pink linen wrapped in raffia to link back to the tulips and roses. For an Australian element I spray painted some gum leaves gold and added to each napkin for a touch a of Easter glam.
Bring The Bush Inside.
Few things are as Australian as the gum tree. Here, I have used two types of eucalyptus from the garden to create beautiful and inexpensive table greenery. And then I added some tulips from the fresh flower section at Woolworths for colour.
Little Things For Little People.
I like to add classic party favourites like cute cups, glass bottles and paper straws to my Easter Brunch for the kids. It elevates it from a regular family catch-up to something special.
The easiest way to set a beautiful lunch table its to mix textures - fabric, glass, ceramic and colours - green, pink, fuchsia. Choose a hero colour and then find two other shades to complement it - then have fun being quirky and mis-matching,