Hosting a full-on Easter party can turn you into a basket case. Instead, opt for this easy-yet-elegant gathering where adults can graze and relax as kids enjoy the fun
After a friend reads the Easter story from an illustrated children's book (and signs and dates the book as a keepsake), it's time for the big event. To ensure that the little ones don't get out-hunted, designate, say, green and yellow eggs for those 3 and under. Kimberly, who is clearly all too familiar with Texas weather, advises against filling those eggs with melt-prone candy.