White dinner plate: Jasper Conrad Wedgewood Chinoiserie / Green salad plate: Vintage wedgewood /
Gold cutlery: West Elm
Due to easter being so early this year, I’m giving you April’s free printable a little ahead of schedule. This month I bring you a free printable easter menu to jazz up your dinner place settings.
To help with your easter dinner preparations, this free printable is an easter menu to include with each of your place settings. Don’t worry, you don’t have to make what’s written on the pictured menu, that’s just a sample. (But if you do make that meal, can I come over?)
Print them off, cut them up and write each delicious dish. It looks really sweet on top of everyone’s plate and will make your guests start drooling before they even see the food.
If writing all the menus seem too daunting and you have photoshop or a similar program, you can easily open the pdf in there and add text to the document before printing.
I’m not making easter dinner but oh man if I was it would be all of the above dishes. Don’t they sound incredible? If you’re still deciding what to make for easter, I have pinned all these recipes and more. Here are the ones I’ve chosen for this Easter menu:
- Ginger & turmeric spice spring carrot soup
- Roasted kale and fennel salad with avocado caesar dressing
- Crispy potatoes with sage and garlic
- Pan seared lamb chops with toasted bread crumb salsa
- Early grey cake with rhubarb cream cheese icing
I met Joy at Alt; you know those people you meet and instantly want to be bff’s with? That’s Joy. Her cheerfulness and welcoming persona brightens up any room. It’s quite fitting this series I’m featured on today is called Bright Lights. She’s the brightest of them all.