How to Decorate Your Home for Easter
Do you decorate your home for Easter? We do and today I want to share how to decorate your home for Easter. Easter means many things, but one thing for sure is SPRING! With the mild weather that we have had this winter, flowers are blooming early so it seems like spring is already here. (I shared earlier that I think it’s just a tease.)
Last week I shared how I decorated our living room for spring. One of my favorite holidays to decorate for is Easter, with its pastels, bunnies, chicks, and my favorite colors ~ blues, pinks, greens, and yellows. Our Easter decorations sat on our dining room table for 2 weeks, but now I can share this year’s Easter decor.
I created a few DIY projects for our Easter decorations last year and I’ll show you those projects and how I made them in a later post. We’ve always decorated our home for Easter, but last year was by far the most we had ever done, and both Sweet Shark and I loved the happy sense of spring. I ready to open the doors for you.
How to Decorate Your Home for Easter
The parade begins at the front door. This Easter bunny says “come on in” in a pot with roses.
I made this Easter wreath with bunnies and daisies for the front door and I’ll show you how next week.
A few weeks ago we received two baskets full of flowers. After the flowers ran their course, I used the two Easter baskets, one as the centerpiece of my Easter tablescape with daffodils.
And the other on a side table. I’ll share how I made the baskets next week. I love the daffodils and pink ribbons and Easter eggs.
This Easter basket belonged to my younger daughter when she was a little girl. I still love it. I filled it with some of the figurines from her bunny collection.
Here is the “bunny church” that I used as the centerpiece for our coffee table. I’ll share the “how-to” for it too.
I’ve always loved this little bunny orchestra. It was my son’s as a little boy. He has way out~grown it.
The acrobat bunnies also belonged to my son. One of these days, I hope to pass them on to his kids. Don’t you love the yellow roses? We love yellow roses in Texas.
I found this yellow bunny at a flea market. There’s a pink bunny waiting for Easter, relaxing in a chair.
Since we are going out for Easter lunch, I set the breakfast room table for March meals.
Look who is coming for Easter brunch? I’ll tell you about the carrot place cards later.
Flopsy and Cottontail are invited too.
Later, I’ll show you how I made these coasters for my springtime Fiesta glasses.
Chicks and bunnies wanted to be in the Easter parade.
Some other bunnies “came a-swingin” to the parade. Do you like my vases for the daffodils? I’ll show you how I made those.
I hope you enjoyed our Easter Parade from 2016 and you got some ideas on how to decorate your home for Easter this year. Looking back helps me re~evaluate and determine what I want to use again in 2017. Some people may keep a notebook of past holiday decor or parties. I just post about it. See you soon for the DIY Easter Projects.
So many adorable bunnies and the bunny church is really cute. Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story, have a great weekend.
Thank you, Sandra. Hope you check out this year’s decorations.
I love them all, but my favorite is the cage with the bunnies. So precious. Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party this week. Pinned!
Thank you, Teresa. This year’s decorations are now on the blog.
Such adorable ideas! Really there’s nothing more refreshing to your heart and soul than spring. Bringing out the bunnies and spring decor sure is fun. 🙂
Stacey, thanks as always for your comments I’m going to try to count our bunnies (I counted our Santas at Christmas.) I’ll let you know how many we have.
Ellis, thanks for the shout out. I was pretty proud of the daffodil baskets. I just have to remember to water them!
Carol I enjoyed all of your sweet spring touches. The acrobat bunnies are too cute! Blessings, Cecilia
Makes me want to get out my Beatrix Potter figurines and set table places for them.
Jenn, you should absolutely get all your bunnies and figurines out and enjoy them during this season.
Your Easter Parade is so inspiring with the lovely pastel colors. I use some of our families Easter baskets that we have saved through the years, such wonderful memories. It is so much fun sharing the Bluebonnet Hop with you!
Helen, thank you so much. Getting out our Easter decorations does bring back memories of when my kids were little ~ too long ago. I loved the Hop.
What sweet little Easter decor Carol! Love the pastel colors! Wishing you a beautiful spring season!
Betsy, thank you so much. I am definitely a pastel person, so spring is my season. Do you still have cold weather in your area?
I love all your pretty and cute Easter touches! Your wreath is adorable!
Cecilia, thank you so much. The wreath was easy to make. I’m hoping to reuse it for summer. Until then, bunnies rule!
I enjoyed seeing all your Easter bunnies hopping around your home, Carol. Your table looks so pretty and I love the carrot place cards. Thanks for your inspiration at the Texas Blog Hop!
Kitty, you wouldn’t believe the bunnies I didn’t even show! Thanks for sharing on the Bluebonnet Blog Hop. It’s so fun to see what everyone is up to.
Carol your daffodil arrangement is simply stunning. All of your springtime bunny decor has hopped into my heart.
Laura, you are so sweet. I loved making the baskets, reusing them and I’ve always wanted to use floral grass. Now I’m going to use it more in the future.
Good Morning Carol,
Every detail is delightful, I feel Spring in the air in your home !
Jemma, Spring is in the air, in spite of the cloudy skies and sprinkles.
Hi Carol, all your springtime Easter touches are beautiful. Great table settings and details. Loving the pastels this season. Happy Spring!!
Oh, you are so nice. I can’t get enough of all the spring colors. Just makes me happy to look at the flowers and the bunnies.
Carol, such cute Easter touches. I love the tumbling bunnies and your pretty table set with Easter colors. Have fun at the Hop!
Leslie, thank you. Those tumbling bunnies were one of the few things I could find for my son when he was a little boy.
Carol, this is all so pretty! I love your wreath and the tablescape is darling. 🙂
Stacey, thanks for hosting the Bluebonnet Blog Hop. I hope my wreath doesn’t get rained on!