If you’ve got some Easter or spring events to plan for, then this is definitely the post for you! Today I’m joining some of my blogging friends for an Easter Blog Hop, where we’re all bringing you our Easter decor ideas. If you’re coming here from Kim and Lacey’s at Styled with Lace, thanks so much for stopping by! There are twelve of us joining in over a two day period, so there’ll be lots of Easter decor ideas and inspiration for you! You can get to the friends joining me today, as well as all the bloggers who posted yesterday, at the end of the post!
I’ve always loved decorating for Easter; even as a little girl, it was one of my absolute favorite holidays. And I still love it. The freshness of spring, the pastel colors (and candy!) all make me happy! I mean, what’s not cheerful about soft colors, fresh flowers, and nests and eggs?!
This platter with the pretty soft, colored eggs was practically jumping into my cart when I found it! It’s a knock off of one from Williams Sonoma that I found at Home Goods, but I found a similar one here. I also moved my vintage scale over to the stove side of the kitchen and filled it with some faux eggs.
A couple of months ago I did a post on winter decorating where I focused on bringing in some green to freshen up your decor. Well, I’ve been pretty smitten with the color ever since then, and decided to continue that fresh feeling by doing mostly greens for my Easter decor.
A nest under a cloche makes it a little more important, and I propped my bunny egg holder on my new green cake plate from Target to create a little vignette in the kitchen.
This little grouping has one of my favorite finds – a vintage French egg holder! I first saw this in a French restaurant and fell in love, only to discover they’re actually fairly hard to find! After spending about six months on Etsy and Ebay, I finally found this one. It’s combined with some parrot tulips in a white reproduction ironstone pitcher.
On the kitchen table I like to have something that celebrates the season, but not go too crazy since we eat here every night. This metal basket is one that I used on a tablescape last Easter, so I decided to fill it with leftover hydrangeas and some eucalyptus. I added these little green vine baskets from Pottery Barn and filled them with faux eggs.
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I hope you enjoyed my little Easter tour! If you’re looking for more Easter decor ideas and inspiration, you can see some of my past tours by clicking on the links below:
I will also be sharing some of my other rooms decked out for Easter later in the month, so stay tuned for that! Now head on over to Janine’s as she’s the next stop on the tour!
Yuni | Love Your Abode
Rhonda | Hallstrom Home
Amie | Meme Hill Studio
Kim & Lacey | Styled With Lace
Sheila | Maison de Cinq
Janine | Happy Happy Nester
Joan | 2 Ladies & A Chair
Summer | Summer Adams
Judy | Life Is Better At Home
Gloribell | Know How She Does It
Jackie | Finding Lovely
Ashley | Modern Glam