Take the time to plan your Easter Decorations now, so that you will have an easy time setting up your Easter Tablescape, creating a lively Easter Egg Hunt and serving a delightful Easter Brunch.
Easter is a lovely time of year. Life is renewed and it’s evidenced in the use of beautiful spring flowers in many traditional Easter Decorating themes. By planning your theme and securing the materials that you will need now, you can create a lovely and effective holiday decorating display on a limited budget.
Easter Brunch or Springtime Brunch Decorating Ideas
- Celebrate the season with a lovely Easter brunch that’s been created and served at home. This function is simple to carry out and really starts the day off in a fantastic way.
- You can use this theme brunch equally well for Easter, Mother’s Day, First Communion or Confirmation.
- Choose a traditional Easter decorating theme, using bunnies, lambs, Easter grass, and colored eggs.
- Or you can opt for a more natural look, using live plants and cut flowers and branches such as forsythia, hyacinth, tulips and crocuses.
Easter Decorating Ideas for the Home
Incorporate Easter into your decorating theme for the entire month of March. Whether you are having guests over for activities during the week of Easter or you just like to be surrounded by the season, use this opportunity to personalize your space.
- Maintain a potted basket of spring bulbs on your entry table. This one item alone will define a Springtime feel to any foyer.
- Add vases of tulips in several key locations throughout the public space of your home.
- Create several vignettes of festive Easter grass with small plastic or ceramic Easter eggs. These vignettes are best suited for mantles, decorative ledges or hall tables that are not used for anything other than decorative elements.
Easter Decorating Ideas for your Entryway
- People are often quick to decorate their front walks and front porches for Christmas and Halloween, and then they forget about these spaces for the remainder of the year. Use Easter decorations as a way to welcome your guests in March.
- Flank your front door or front walk with two large planters overflowing with flowering spring branches.
- Use fresh cut forsythia, pussy willows, or curly willow as a backdrop to vibrant tulips, hyacinths, snowdrops and crocuses. If Mother Nature is not cooperating with the real plant materials, shop at your local craft store for realistic looking plastic or silk alternatives.
- Tuck in some festive craft ribbon (the indoor-outdoor variety) tied in large, loose bows, to round out the visual experience.