Get your home ready for Easter with these 7 easy Easter decorating ideas. No need to overdo it. Simple is always best when it comes to holiday decor. I find that when I keep my holiday decor simple using just a few accessories, I’m more likely to get them out of the box each year.
Try just one, or try them all!
Here are 7 last minute easy easter decorating ideas that will get your home looking festive for the holiday!
🐰 Hang a spring wreath on your door – If you are like me and love simple wreaths, purchase a grapevine wreath with a garland strand of your choice. Wrap the greenery around the wreath, cut to size and secure with raffia. (Eucalyptus or lambs ear are both great choices). This can be done for under $20.
🐰 Create a tablescape with bright or pastel colors – If your aren’t quite comfortable yet creating vignette groupings, check out my Create the Perfect Coffee Table Vignette guide for some tips. These same decorating principles can be used when creating a tablescape.
🐰 Make a statement with fresh greenery and flowers – If you have access to fresh flowers and have the time to maintain them (and change them out frequently) this is a great option for a kitchen island centerpiece. Smooth, glass vases are inexpensive (Dollar Tree) and will look amazing! If that seems a bit too much work, artificial floral and greenery will work just fine (my personal preference). Just be sure what you are purchasing looks real and not plastic.
🐰 Fill glass jars with sweet treats – If you have kiddos, this will be their favorite part of the decor!
🐰 Create a vignette with birds, bunnies and eggs – Create a grouping on your coffee table or dining buffet with these festive items. Use books of coordinating colors to add texture and height to your vignette.
🐰 Mix some botanical prints into your decor – If you have some extra wall space, add a collage of botanicals. These prints can be easily changed out as the seasons change.
🐰 Plant some flowers in pots by your front door – Nothing says “hello spring” like fresh flowers in oversized planters on the front porch entryway.
Now that you know how to get your home ready for Easter with these 7 easy Easter decorating ideas, it’s time to get to work. Have fun creating!
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