A couple of weeks ago, I shared some early spring decorating in the kitchen. Because spring hadn’t nearly arrived yet, and because Easter was still so far away, it felt a little early to bring out the bunnies at that point. But not now! This week I couldn’t resist bringing out just a few! So today I’m sharing some simple but festive ideas for Easter decorating. I don’t ever want to go too crazy or “themed” with my decor, but it’s such a cheerful season that I love bringing a touch into the house each year.
So, a bunny or two, some eggs, and of course, spring flowers! I’ve added all of these to the kitchen for some easy Easter decorating. And I’m joining some blogging friends who are also sharing their Easter decor and entertaining ideas, so be sure to scroll to the bottom to see what everyone is sharing!
One of my favorite things to bring out each year is this vintage bunny chocolate mold. These molds are made of tin and were used up until about the 1960s when they switched over to plastic – which is definitely not as charming! You can find dozens of them on both Etsy and Ebay, in all kinds of price ranges. I’d love to get more and do a little grouping on the counter next year!
The wreath adds just the right Easter touch. I love the pastel colors!
This vintage bucket is one of my favorite things to add flowers to (using different and unusual vessels is something I talked about in my All about Decorating with Flowers post). I love the contrast of the dainty florals against the rustic bucket!
I just adore this vintage basket! The eggs are faux and were from Pottery Barn last year, but I found very similar ones here.
And I always put the little nests around the house in several places. I love them – and nothing says spring more than these do!
Here’s to the arrival of some slightly warmer weather! We aren’t exactly lying by the pool here yet, but at least it hasn’t been pouring the past few days. Hope you’re starting to get some spring weather wherever you are!
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Sharing this week at Calypso in the Country