The kids aren’t the only ones who should get an Easter morning activity. Adults can enjoy brunch favorites like mimosas and Bloody Marys. Plus, Schoels says that if guests are involved in the entertaining aspect, then they are more likely to have a good time (while also giving you an extra hand).
An example of this is a champagne cocktail bar. "Set out different types of champagne and fun items to mix in — like peach nectar, orange juice, strawberries and raspberries," Schoels recommends. "Let your guests create their own and this takes the drink mixing/serving out of your hands."