Easter brunch is a great opportunity for friends and family to come together, have a good meal and enjoy each other's company. If you would like to go all out and delight your friends and family, hosting an Easter brunch is the perfect way to do so. However, you don't want to just throw together any old meal. Instead, you should take some time to decorate your home for the event and plan to cook a couple special items for the occasion. First, you should consider what decorations you would like to use in your home. At the very least, you should use soft pastel colors for your tablecloth and napkins.
If your guests will be bringing children, perhaps you may want to put together an Easter egg hunt. This way, the kids will have something exciting to do while the adults mingle and enjoy drinks. You could also have the kids paint their own hard-boiled eggs and them one of the adults can hide the eggs around the yard so the kids can collect them with baskets. For food, you'll have plenty of options available and don't be afraid to try something new.
Consider using garlic and herb cheese spread for appetizers and then use spiral cut ham, green beans and Quiche Lorraine as the main meal. For dessert, you could pick up several tasty pies from your local bakery or get a sampler of chocolates for your guests to enjoy. In many cases, you can also request that each party bring a dessert or related item. This method goes a long way in ensuring that unique items are featured at your Easter brunch. In the end, if you have these items secured, your brunch should be a success.