Easter is a celebration of spring, sunny weather, blooming flowers and of course, a dear religious holiday where family and friends gather to observe traditions. Whether you grab a few things that are on hand or easy to find and how festive you get is all up to you but there's it's sure to make you happier (or should I say HOPpier)!
From garlands to crosses, bouquets to decorative napkins, explore our picture-perfect Easter decorating ideas to make sure everybody is ready to celebrate.
Bunny NapkinsBunny napkins can be made in a cinch, with or without the cute as a button pink nose! Simply tie your napkin – the more pastel toned the better – with a ribbon about one fifth of the way up and you've got yourself a pair of Easter-inspired rabbit ears. Easy (and cute).
To make the pink noses: Paint small wooden craft beads pink, allow to dry completely. Fold a napkin in half, corner to corner, then roll up, starting from the point. Fold the rolled napkin into a U-shape. Loop a length of raffia around the napkin and through the craft bead. Fray raffia to create whiskers.
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Dyed in fresh spring hues, our egg chain makes a cheerful seasonal swag for a mantel mirror; the blown-out eggshells are light enough to loop across a doorway.
Flowers on CakestandBring the outside in and create a monochromatic floral centerpiece on a cake stand! A brand new or heirloom cake stand will work and won't break the bank. Find this and other easy Easter entertaining tips I shared at the Pottery Barn blog.
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Succulent Easter EggsCombiing succulent plants and Easter eggs is a natural way to add some trend-forward greenery and style to your home and keep things festive and fun. Check out our best tips for taking care of succulents at Colonial House of Flowers.
Get the DIY at Lily & Val.
Garden Rabbits Sculpture
Embrace all the charm and cheer of spring with this whimsical, sweet set of garden rabbit sculptures. Each bunny is sitting in a playful stance. The weathered finish gives the appeal of a vintage find that makes every day a good HARE day!
Get them at Colonial House of Flowers.
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Vintage Tea BoxesUse antique boxes and tea tins to create whimsical clusters of color and interest. Don't have a collection already? No worries: They're easy to find online! Don't have faux flowers on hand? Good news: We've got plenty! Shop for the prettiest, most colorful artificial florals and botanicals at Colonial House of Flowers.
Add a green boxwood cross in any version: preserved, real or artificial for a natural looking decoration option.
Shop boxwood crosses at Colonial House of Flowers.
Large Woodland MushroomHow unexpectedly charming are these metal mudrooms? Dot a few about your garden or lan for some Alice in Wonderland magic.
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