Let me show you how to make decorating for Easter easy with these 9 super simple ideas. Easter decor doesn’t have to be complicated!
Do you find decorating for Easter to be overwhelming? If you would like to add a little Easter to your everyday décor, I suggest starting small. That may sound obvious, but it’s easy to get wrapped up in the seasonal aisle at Target and become overwhelmed with the choices. It doesn’t take much to be festive for ANY holiday. This is only the second year I’ve decorated for Easter and I am still taking things slow. I’m keeping it simple (for me at least) and only focusing on a few zones of our home. Your Easter décor may start and stop in your entryway and that is perfectly fine. Approaching holiday decor like this allows you to have fun with the holiday and avoid feeling overwhelmed. Now let me show you a few simple ways to make decorating for Easter a breeze!
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Make these Fresh Centerpieces for your Easter Brunch
These fun Easter arrangements would make great centerpieces for your Easter meal! I bought the carrots and baby’s breath at our local grocery store and the daffodils came straight from our yard. Buying fresh florals from the grocery store is a great hack for centerpieces. Especially when using baby’s breath because it’s cheap, works great as a filler or by itself. Our Kroger always has the best florals to choose from.
Make this DIY Wreath to use until Fall
What about a fun spring wreath to hang up for Easter and even after?! This DIY is super easy too!
This beautiful spring wood bead wreath only requires 3 things to make: wood bead ring, 1 bush of flowers (the one I snagged had some unsuspecting natural-looking greenery) and a hot glue gun. That is it! I wanted you to be able to create this wreath with the fewest amount of supplies as possible, and I’m assuming most of you have a hot glue gun, but maybe not floral wire. This entire wreath is put together with hot glue!
I have been wanting to create a wood bead wreath since I launched my blog, but I kept forgetting to put the beads on my shopping list. Finally, I saw this premade wood bead wreath ring at HL and immediately tossed it in the cart. I love the texture the wood brings to this wreath. It’s a fun change to my usual wire and grapevine wreaths.
Check out the tutorial here: DIY Spring Wreath
Displaying an Easter Kitchen Towel is the Easiest Way to Decorate
Even though husbands everywhere hate the holiday towels, it’s such an easy and fun way to add a little Easter to your kitchen. Seriously though, it took a while for Alex to understand that some towels are for looking only, like this cute carrot towel for example. If you lack storage space or not in the mood for a total Easter overhaul, just add an Easter towel and call it good!
Fill your Tiered Tray with Cute Little Bunnies
Do you have a tiered tray in your home? I love decorating this one I found on Amazon, but I’ve also seen some super cute ones at Hobby Lobby too. It’s a great way to utilize your smaller decorations like these mini faux moss bunnies I snagged from Target’s dollar spot last year. I added the bows myself to dress them up a bit more. These tiered trays work great as centerpieces too.
Add a Few Easter Pieces to your Entryway Table
Our entryway is the first place I add my seasonal decor. For Easter, I kept my normal everyday pieces out and just added a few Easter items. It’s simple, cute and festive!
If you have a few faux or real plants in your home, stick a few Dollar Tree Carrots in them for a fun and easy way to decorate for Easter. These are the carrots I used in the plant you see on the bottom of our entryway table.
The two white wooden bunnies you see on the top of my entryway table actually came with ugly buttons and patches on them, but they were on sale and I knew I could remove the buttons and patches or display them from the other side which is what you see here! Sometimes you have to think outside of the box.
Add a little Easter or Spring to your Dough bowl
Do you have a dough bowl? I am obsessed with this thing! Another Amazon favorite of mine! Just like the two tiered tray I mentioned above, I love switching it up for the different seasons and holidays. For Easter, you can fill it with eggs or a faux floral arrangement like you see here.
I created this look by simply laying lamb’s ear down first (I used a 6′ garland, but individual stems would work too) and some faux white hydrangeas on top. I didn’t glue or tie anything down in case I wanted to do something else with these pieces in the future.
If you are needing some more dough bowl filler inspo, be sure to check out my Dough Bowl post here.
Make your very own DIY Easter Eggs
A holiday décor collection isn’t complete without a few DIY or crafty pieces, right?! Which is why I decided to upgrade the look of my ordinary plastic eggs with this fun decoupage technique! In this tutorial I share my best decoupaging tips and tricks with this decoupage Easter egg DIY. You don’t have to spend a fortune to decorate for Easter. This DIY cost me less than $5 to make! It’s similar to my foam pumpkin tutorial. All you need is a few plastic Easter eggs, paper (any kind) and some mod podge.
Brighten up your Fireplace with a few Easter Pieces
Your fireplace is a great spot to add a few Easter pieces. It doesn’t take much to do and you can easily add a few pieces to your current decor. You can start by hanging a fun Easter banner from your mantle. I found this cute burlap carrot banner on sale at Home Goods. Not that you need my permission, but you can start and stop with the banner.
Want to add a few more pieces? Add a few large Easter eggs to your candle holders. Just add some double-sided tape to the bottom to get them to stay in place. I actually found these large eggs and the teal glass bunny in the clearance section at our local grocery store on two separate occasions. So, don’t neglect the holiday aisle next time you’re grocery shopping, especially after the holiday when everything goes on sale.
Although my pillows displayed here are used all year round, a basket with a cute spring or Easter pillow would be the perfect touch to your Easter display. Ever thought about designing your own? Try my DIY painted pillow tutorial here.
Make your Very Own DIY Easter Bunny Sign (Look at that Tail!)
Why not make your own Easter sign? My super cheap and easy DIY Easter bunny sign is the perfect addition to your Easter decor collection. I just think this little bunny is so cute and I can’t get over it’s cute little cottontail. Check out the tutorial here!
Add an Easter Message to your Letterboard
Why not add a cute Easter message or bible verse to your letterboard for Easter? A letterboard is fun for all occasions and holidays! I love updating ours with funny quotes like this one. Don’t have one? Amazon has a ton to choose from. Check this one out.
Share How you are Decorating for Easter
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