Felices Pascuas! Spanish Easter Luncheon Ideas for the Whole Family

Thinking of giving your Easter celebration this year a Spanish spin? Maybe you’re feeling nostalgic for your Hispanic heritage now that you live elsewhere, or you’re just fascinated with Spanish culture. Well, we’ve got just the inspiration for you! You can host a lovely Easter luncheon for your loved ones, with Hispanic touches from table decor to menu ideas to Easter favors—perfect for getting into the spirit of Felices Pascuas or Happy Easter! (*this post contains affiliate links)

Easter Luncheon Inspiration: From Invitation to Decor and Favors

Felices Pascuas Ideas

Get the excitement going for your themed occasion by sending out fun Felices Pascuas invitations (1) like this one from Zazzle. Then, greet each arriving guest with a darling Felices Pascuas welcome sign (2) as found on Design Bundles.

As everyone gathers around the Easter luncheon table, play up the sweet florals and pastel colors with romantic candlelight (7) of the season in the decor. It can be as simple as place setting accents of pink gerbera daisies tucked into bows (3*). Or mini pots of silk roses and keepsake boxes wrapped in organza waiting to delight each guest (4*). While centerpieces of bunches of spring blooms in dainty tea cups (5*) (*all styled by Bellenza) and DIY bunny ear napkin rings (6), spotted on Between Naps on the Porch, would be utterly charming!

Felices Pascuas Huevos

For Easter-themed favors, give miniature straw baskets with pink ribbons (7 – from the Bellenza SHOP) filled with candy. Or those same porcelain eggs (see photo above – from the Bellenza SHOP) on each place setting, opened up to reveal colorful jelly beans or suspended from satin ribbon—inviting each guest to take one as a keepsake.

Spanish-inspired Easter Luncheon Dishes and Desserts

Felices Pascuas food and desserts

Now is your chance to enjoy your fave Castillian cuisine—and treat your guests to a luncheon menu of authentic Spanish recipes! Start with a flavor-rich Castilian Garlic Soup (1 – recipe from My Spanish Taste), along with Spanish stuffed Easter bread called hornazo (2 – recipe from Philips.com) and Salt Cod Croquettes (3 – recipe from Tienda).

And of course, what would a Spanish celebration be without paella and tortilla? Here’s a Seafood Paella Salad (4 – recipe from Goya.com) and an easy Spanish omelette or tortilla (5 – recipe from KraftCanada) that you can serve as delish side dishes.

Desserts? Spanish-inspired, too! Like this playful Mona de Pascua de Dulce de Leche (6 – Easter Dulce de Leche Cake, recipe from Nestlé Professional) topped with toasted almond slivers.

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