A Pottery Barn Easter

 

With Easter right around the corner, I decided to partner with my all-time favorite company, Pottery Barn Kids, to bring you guys a little Easter inspo! When I think about Easter, I start thinking church, family, flowers, sunshine, pastels and of course, Pottery Barn. Everything they do is amazing, but there’s something extra sweet about their Easter collection. I seriously get SO excited when their Easter catalog comes!

Pottery Barn Kids has always been my go-to for the girl’s Easter baskets because they have so much variety and the quality is great so you can re-use them each year – plus you have the option to personalize them, which is such a special detail.

I had so much fun picking out stuff for the girls, but it was nearly impossible to choose. I decided to go with the Pink Fur Bunny Basket Liner with the White Sabrina Easter Basket. I love that they’re girly, yet traditional. And the girls LOVE them, especially how big they are, ha!

I usually fill their baskets with similar items each year: candy (obviously), stuffed animal or doll, a new bathing suit, beach towel, sunglasses, art supplies (play-doh, markers or egg chalk), a new Easter book and a few little toys. David always jokes and asks “when did Easter become Christmas?!” because I tend to go a little overboard with gifts. Whoops.

My mom always does a big Easter brunch at her house, but this year I wanted to do a special breakfast at ours before we head over to my moms. I picked out the cutest Beatrix Potter tabletop decor. Like these plates, utensils, place mats and bowl. I love them so much!

I also couldn’t pass up this Cherry Blossom Center Piece with the hanging eggs! And this Happy Easter Glitter Garland. Both of these are perfect additions to your Easter decor!

Shop the post here along with some of my other favorite Easter pieces:

Thank you so much to Pottery Barn Kids for sponsoring this post. I had another little “pinch me” moment getting to work with them again. If you can’t tell, we had a blast setting up this Easter scene. It wouldn’t be complete without new baby chicks and a horse casually grazing in the background, right?! So. Fun. A big thank you to my sis for always providing the farm animals, haha!

I hope everyone has a great Easter!

Cheers!

Brooke

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  1. Just started reading your blog, and I’m SO obsessed with your family! You are all too adorable! I love your photography style, and I was wondering if you would give a tutorial on DSLR settings you use and your method of editing? Seriously so gorgeous.

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