Pretty Easter decorating ideas
Get decorating ideas for creating a memorable Easter brunch. From unique egg-shaped accents to adorable centerpieces, we’ll show you how to celebrate Easter in style.
Easter serves as the official start of spring. Pastel colors, floral accents, and adorable little animals are all often used in Easter décor. Check out these decorating ideas for creating a super cute Easter bash.
Bring Easter outside
Whether you are having an outdoor egg hunt or simply taking advantage of the gorgeous spring weather, place a few Easter decorations outside to keep the festive vibe going. Welcome guests with a colorful Easter egg wreath on the front door and dress up your lawn with wooden Easter signs.
Decorate with colorful eggs
A favorite Easter craft is decorating colorful eggs with a variety of hues and embellishments. Show off your family’s hard work by showcasing your favorite decorated eggs in a clear glass basket. Keep the egg theme going by hanging pastel honeycombed Easter egg decorations around the house. Dress up a fireplace mantel or dessert table with these sparkly egg string lights. For easy DIY Easter egg décor, simply place your decorated eggs in clusters of three on tables and mantles.
Easter tree centerpiece
(Pottery Barn Kids, $35)
Easter wooden yard stakes
(Pottery Barn Kids, $20-$30)
Egg-shaped chair backers (Pottery Barn Kids, $10)
Fresh Easter table displays
Easter brunch and dinner are both popular ways for families to celebrate the holiday. Decorate popular gathering spots like beverage stations and snack tables with a cheerful swag like this glittery Happy Easter garland from Pottery Barn Kids shown above.
Dress up the dining table with an Easter centerpiece or fresh flowers. Decorations like this tree centerpiece can be customized for Easter with Peter Rabbit egg ornaments and reused later for other holidays.
Looking for an alternative to traditional Easter egg baskets? Surprise kids with these personalized egg-shaped chair backers filled with treats that also serve double-duty as whimsical table décor.
Set out Easter decorations a week or two before Easter Sunday to get your family excited for the holiday. Some decorations like pastel colored accents and bright flowers can be left up for a few weeks afterwards as seasonal spring décor.