We have combined our favorite Easter elements for you to use as inspiration to celebrate together.

Palm Sunday Blessed is the king who comes in the name of the Lord. 
Luke 19:38

For Palm Sunday, we made a homemade wreath to hang on our door and enjoyed a Palm Sunday dinner together.

Find similar items here to recreate the wreath and table setting: Set of Palm Leaves // Gold Ring Hoop // Faux Flowers // Table Greenery // Table Runner // Whicker Chargers // Pastel Napkins // Candle Holders // Taper Candle Set

Good Friday

John 3:16

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him.

For Good Friday, we changed up the table setting and had a wonderful fish stew – Similar recipe featured here: Fish Stew Recipe

Similar items from our Gold Friday Table: Metallic Chargers // Black Napkins // White Tablecloth // Bunny Napkin Rings // Glass Pedestal Vase // Faux Moss // Cardstock for Cross Cut Outs // Salt and Pepper Bowls

He is not here; He has risen. 
Luke 24:6-7

On Easter morning, the kids wake up to find a scavenger hunt leading them around the house and ending with their Easter baskets as the last prize with instructions to look outside for eggs.

After the annual egg hunt, we enjoy breakfast then Church together. One year, we had a picnic-themed decorated table complete with grass turf.

Yellow Buffalo Plaid Napkins // Carrot Napkin Rings // Pastel Plates // Pink Scallop Plates // Gold Utensil Set // Gold Rimmed Glasses // Plastic Gold Cups // Yellow Stripe Table Runner // Seersucker Yellow Table Runner // Turf

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