A Colourful Easter Party

I'm not quite sure what my children think when I suddenly announce we're throwing an Easter party when it's not quite Easter yet but if I'm honest I think Wilf just took one look at the Easter eggs and no questions were asked! I'm working with Monsoon in this post and also a couple of fun posts over on their site. One is an Easter themed baking craft and the other involves some cool iron on patches for kids so definitely check them out if you can.

I know I'm biased but I have to say my kiddos are looking particularly cute in these pictures, I mean right? That bow tie for instance! When I helped Wilf put it on he said 'oh my first bow tie! I've never had a bow tie before!' He then proceeded to tell us for most of that afternoon that he thought it made him look quite handsome. I have to agree with you buddy!

Wilf is wearing the Erwin jungle-print shirt and bow tie with the Alfie chino trousers with braces. I love dressing boys in trousers with braces (long may Wilf let me dress him) and the bow tie just made it even cuter. He is also wearing the brogue shoes in brown.

Mabli is wearing the baby Beatrice wings dress which is just about the sweetest thing I think she has ever worn. I have to say I am loving getting into baby girls dresses, although there are so many nice boys’ clothes, little girls dresses are just something else. I love the pleating on this dress and the colour is my favourite, I think I'd wear it myself to be honest (maybe minus the wings in adult size ;)). I also chose these pom-pom booties for her which she was very pleased about!

I'm also wearing Monsoon in this post and chose this spot dress in navy. It's such a flattering shape and one of those items you can wear to feel that bit fancier but not overdressed if you know what I mean? I love the cut of the arms in particular and the neck line too make it really versatile with so many body shapes. I teamed it with the Alanis slip-on trainer which is a great everyday comfy shoe.

We had an Easter egg hunt around the dining room and then tucked into some the snacks we made for our Monsoon post here. I don't think the kids believed their luck! Although I've told them the rest of the eggs need to be saved for the actual day. I loved working with Monsoon on this party wear post, I hope you liked the items we chose!

In association with Monsoon.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Hi there, such a lovely post, love the children's outfits. Do you mind me asking where you got the rainbow art print from that you have on your wall? Thanks,Gemma

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