Easter garnishes can be simple to make and can dress up your serving platters. I just ran across these photos that I took at a previous year’s Easter party at our house. I’ve not yet shared them on my blog. I thought these photos might give you some ideas for garnishes that you can use to beautify your next Spring party.
When planning a party or event that has a color theme, consider including foods that have colors that harmonize with your color scheme. We often plan the colors of the table settings, cloths, flower, etc. But how often do we consider how look of the food can add to the color theme?
For my Easter garnishes and fruit tray, I used the color theme of pastel pinks, yellow, and greens. I added a leek brush flower to the serving tray of sliced turkey. Look at the sliced ham platter and you’ll see leek ribbon flowers and a purple onion flower in the sliced ham serving platter. On the fruit tray, the pineapple was cut into the shape of butterflies. I put the deviled eggs on a 3 tiered served and topped it with a simple radish bouquet like the one taught in my free lesson.
Both the soft purple color and the light green of the leek ribbon flower is in keeping with the pastel Easter color theme.
Get Step-by-Step Instructions to Make Your Easter Garnishes
If you have not yet seen it, you can get the free radish bouquet lesson by signing in for the free lesson in the upper right area of this page, or you can go here. As for the other Easter garnishes shown on this page, you can get the free purple onion lesson here. And, you can learn more about my Vegetable and Fruit Carving 101 Course for Beginners here.
I hope that these photos give you some ideas for your Easter garnishes or for any other Spring time party. Happy Carving!