With Easter coming up in a few weeks it’s that time to have family and friends over and wow them! The holidays are always a chance to impress, therefore Easter is no exception. This year I wanted to showcase a mimosa bar, because who doesn’t love the idea of that?! Obviously you know I do!!
Whenever I think of Easter I think of bright and fun colors so clearly that’s what I used! I love playing with fun pops of pink and yellow, it’s one of my favorite color combos. The juices inspired me, and it ended up being so fun and cute! Keep scrolling to see all the details and how you can easily recreate this look yourself!
Photos by Riley Starr
Being that we have limited space and no longer have a bar cart, I did the next best thing… I transformed our open shelving into the mimosa bar! It serves as the perfect spot in the kitchen and offers plenty of space for all the goodies. The best part is you can easily recreate this anywhere at home as well! On your kitchen island, a credenza, or even a fireplace mantle! The possibilities are endless!
One of the first places I went when designing this bar was L’entramise. If you follow us you know we’ve fallen in love with this company. I often use it for clients as it’s disposable and easy but also looks great. When I find something that looks as good as this, is functional and makes my life easier, you better believe I love it.
Next, I of course reached out to my friend Courtney of Poppy Jack Shop. Having simple signage pieces really adds that special detail, and you can show some personality! For example… Somebunny loves champagne, who doesn’t love that?! She also added the vinyl stickers for my juice display, don’t they look great?!
Of course I mixed in some details I already own, like special pieces from The Little Market. I love their wood boards and baskets and use them through out my home. I simply added some flowers I picked up at the market myself, and tossed some flower heads as well for styling.
Easter calls for bunnies! The Duo Studio made the cute bunny cutting board for me a few years back and the ceramic one is from West Elm. Another great thing about the holidays is collecting decor to use year after year! I love bringing out things and the memories that come with them.