Kate Middleton’s mom Carole Middleton shares her expert tips for planning a perfect Easter. Carroll, who is a well-known event planner, offered her tips as well as some insight into what kind of entertainment she has planned for her royal grandchildren, Princess George and Louis and Princess Charlotte.
Carole Middleton has revealed how her family, which includes royal grandchildren Princess George and Louis and Princess Charlotte, loves to celebrate Easter with lots of hands-on (and easy to recreate) activities such as planting a tree. Decorate and go on an egg hunt.
Kate’s mother, who lives in the Royal County of Berkshire in the England countryside with her husband Michael, put together a list of her favorite Easter traditions and tips on hosting Easter activities to boost her party business Is.
Carol is the founder of Party Pieces, a leading party shop in the UK offering party decorations, games and tableware as well as personalized cakes, balloons and banners.
Describing how her career with events inspires the fun she gets with her grandchildren, Carroll recently revealed what she has for Easter.
“I want to help my family decorate a beautiful wire tree with colorful eggs.”
She also said that she loves arranging aster egg hunts. “We like to get the whole family involved and it gets pretty competitive,” she said.
By sharing some of her favorite games for her to play with her own family, we can get a glimpse of the Easter fun the family will have over the Easter weekend.
While Prince William and Kate Middleton are expected to attend Easter Sunday service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, they may have time for less formal and more fun antics over the weekend, like playing Carol’s favorite.
Her favorite party games include pinning the tail on the bunny, crafting Easter cards together and arranging jam jar flowers.
Carol also shared her tips for Easter accessories and hosting.
“The table is such an important piece of Easter decor, so have fun with it and add playful touches to make people smile, like a fluffy rabbit hiding in the leaves or flowers in the center of the table.”