Thyme Bunny Ear Easter Cake Topper
Turn a store-bought cake into a thing of beauty with nothing more than a pair of thyme bunny ears and some gorgeous fresh flowers with a tutorial at The Blondielocks.
There’s something to be said for a simple and classic Easter celebration. Can you imagine it? A gorgeous Easter buffet full of your favorite feasting foods laid out across a big table. Sitting down to eat with classic white dinnerware and a real, fabric napkin. Everyone dressed in their Sunday’s best, smiles on their faces as a huge group of friends and family gather to celebrate…
I went to an Easter lunch like that ONCE. Just once. And it was pretty darn amazing. I remember walking around in my pretty yellow dress that had just a little bit of tulle under the skirt that swished this way and that as I walked and made the most delightful sound that made me feel like a princess. I remember seeing a ham that looked like it had taken ages to adorn with so many pineapple rings and cherries, it was such a sight, to be sure! And I remember seeing that same ham pretty much eviscerated, only the nubby end and a few slices left.
And then there was that dessert table. OMG, the dessert table! While the meal had been provided totally by the host, the desserts were a potluck situation and that meant there were probably 10 different cakes and 10 different pies and little baskets of cookies and cupcakes and brownies from home bakers or purchased from a bakery! And our hostess, always keen about the look of things, had taken all of these desserts on their mismatched cake stands and storebought containers and turned it into something fabulous. With a strand of pastel garland perfectly wound around the dessert table, pots of gorgeous Easter lilies set just so and immaculately decorated Easter eggs dotting it all, the dessert table is the thing I remember most of all.
If you’ve got an Easter gettogether like this to visit, and don’t have time to bake, take a cue from The Blondielocks and turn a storebought cake into a thing of beauty with nothing more than a pair of bunny ears made from Thyme and a few fresh flowers.