Get cosy this Easter: 3 ideas

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From a cosy intimate Easter brunch to a sending Easter cheer to the family: we’ll show you that you can still have a lovely time this Easter, even when this year is not like anyone had expected. Three tips to bring in some sunshine:
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Easter brunch

Easter brunch is the perfect time to, not only binge chocolate eggs, but also to enjoy good food and create new memories. Go all out this year and make decorating your home a fun moment to enjoy together. Pastels and earth tones always work really well as an Easter palette. The soft tones give your interior a refreshing twist. To make sure that your Easter table looks tip top, a bouquet of fresh sping flowers is the finishing touch. Our floral stylists created special Easter bouquets, filled with blossoming spring flowers, available in our original stylish designs. Or opt for our mini-vases and fill them with cheerful spring bloomers, et voilà - happy Easter!
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Kidsproof Easter celebration

Do you have kids at home? Give them a task to do! An important part of Easter decorations are Easter branches, for example the forsythia or salix. These pretty branches are perfect to hang your own DIY-creations on. Or try to find some branches near your home, kids love wandering around in the forest to look for them. In this blog you can read three ideas to make your Easter branch in your home. Also fun with kids: have them decorate a full Easter-themed table with flowers and mini-vases.
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Share flowers with someone else

Whether it’s your nan, your next-door neighbour or a good friend: show the people who you can’t visit right now that you care! The smell and colours of flowers will positively impact their mood and will give good vibes allround. So share flowers with someone else by sending them a gift card. PS: there’s also nothing wrong with treating yourself.
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