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Updated: Apr 15, 2019

Soft pastel details, delectably elevated brunch favorites, and no shortage of blooming spring flowers were the ingredients for our stunning Ethereal Easter Brunch. Every single recipe in this beautiful spread will not only impress your guests visually, but are so delicious everyone will be asking you for the recipes.

For starters, we served a spring salad that included edible flowers (find them at your local luxury grocer such as Gelson's), pickled red onions (pickling gives them a vibrate pink color.), feta cheese, and pistachios. Click HERE for the full recipe.

These stunning crostinis were made by toasting sliced baguette then topping with two Trader Joe's staples: jarred lemon curd and blueberry goat cheese. Garish with fresh rosemary!

Of course, we couldn't just serve up your average run of the mill deviled eggs. We served crab deviled eggs with parmesan crisps and truffle salt. Click HERE for the recipe.

The star of our Easter brunch was most definitely the Lobster Eggs Benedict with Asparagus. Trust us, you will not miss the Canadian bacon. Click HERE for the recipe.

It wouldn't be Easter brunch without a classic Martha recipe, so we made her beautiful Goat Cheese and Herb "Eggs." These seriously put the typical cheese ball to shame. Click HERE for the recipe.

Cinnamon rolls had to be involved to justify the B in brunch. To keep them "springy" we made strawberry poppy seed cinnamon rolls with muddled strawberry glaze. We honestly couldn't stop eating these. Click HERE for the recipe.

After tasting our rose, lavender, and shaved coconut donuts, rainbow sprinkle is just not going to cut it anymore. Click HERE for the recipe.

It wouldn't be a Pinterest worthy Easter without a speckled robin's egg cake!

The coconut buttercream with malted coconut cake was so delish and not too sweet. One of the brunch guests dubbed this "day cake." Click HERE for the recipe.

We don't show up to brunch unless we hear the two magic words: endless mimosas. These Grapefruit Rosé Mimosas were stunning in color and a refreshing change from good ol' orange juice.

As guests were seated they were displayed the full brunch menu on these trendy acrylic menus by Ivelisse Designs. We loved how this kept the classic Lenox China fresh and current.

Let the chowing down begin!

We hope you enjoyed our Ethereal Easter Brunch and are inspired to take your Easter gathering above and beyond.

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