Vintage Easter Party Ideas

Easter is nearly here! I love the feel of vintage parties - the colors are always rich & welcoming. I wanted to capture those elements in our Vintage Easter party by incorporating burlap, ribbon, and Easter printables. I also brought in some natural elements such as moss, and bird nests. Setting it up outdoors made for a sweet little party. 

I adore the darling printables that Jessica from Everyday Party Magazine created for me. Circle tags, flags, a banner, and sweet vintage rabbit & cabbage images, were perfect for the look I was going for. I couldn’t wait to attach them to just about everything! 

I wanted greens, and rich brown tones throughout the party. The kraft paper fry boxes were embellished with a vintage rabbit image, along with a touch of moss. 

The kraft paper boxes included moss, and a sweet printable tag that was scalloped punched, and attached with ribbon. These would serve as a favor box for the guests to fill with sweet treats.

The pretty cake stands held all the delicious treats. The cupcakes were set inside of mini nests for an added touch of whimsy. The sweet bunny apples, and pretty eggs & bunny cookies looked adorable at our table.

I created a faux cake to sit front & center of our Easter party. I achieved this look by stacking 2 wreath shaped styrofoam pieces, and then wrapped them with kraft paper. I then added moss around the top, to hide the paper seam. I inserted two kabob skewers, and then embellished with circle tags that were attached to twine. 

I painted my old fashioned bubble gum machine in a rich brown color from Rustoleum, and filled the machine with moss, and green & white plastic eggs. 

I purchased a couple yards of pale green burlap from Walmart. This was used as our table cover, and helped display our table setting perfectly!. The party guests sipped chocolate milk from plastic milk bottles that were tied with ribbon, and a vintage rabbit tag.

Small cabbage leaf plates were set on top of grapevine wreaths, and topped with mini burlap bags that held kid-sized bamboo forks. Above the table, I attached our Easter banner to dowels, and finished it off with twine & burlap ribbon.

Another fun element to our Vintage Easter party, was the seating. I wanted to find a quick solution to seat my little guests, without spending a lot of money. I purchased a couple car wash buckets from Dollar Tree. Because they were black in color, I spray painted them with the same Rustoleum paint as my bubble gum machine. 

Once they dried, I added a burlap sash, and tied it around the bucket. I attached a small circle tag banner, and added twigs from my backyard. They turned out just as I had hoped. I’ve used this idea before, for other parties, and it has always worked out perfectly!

{You can see another one of my seating ideas I created for my little one's Pirate Party!} 

I hope I’m leaving you with some sweet, Easter party inspiration. My little guests & I had a great time celebrating that Spring has finally sprung! 

Be sure to check out all the wonderful vendors, and store sites that helped me create our Easter party! 

Vendor Credits: 

Party styling/photography: LAURA’S little PARTY 

Chocolate apples: Bella’s Bakery & Bowtique

Bunny/Egg cookies: Sweet Talk Bake Shoppe

Kraft gable boxes: Paper Mart

Kraft fry boxes, bird nests, grapevine wreathes: Michael’s

Plastic milk bottles: Kara’s Party Ideas

Cake stands, cabbage leaf plates, boxed greenery: HomeGoods

Kraft paper, styrofoam, twine, car wash buckets: Dollar Tree


  1. Love the apples, the cookies, the kraft and moss "cake", this is truly adorable Laura!

    1. Mayra, you are the sweetest! Thank you so much for taking the time to look at my post, and leave such a nice comment! xoxo

  2. Sooooo creative you have great ideas