Easter Decor Inspiration

  • Easter Decor Inspiration

Easter is approaching and if your week is anything like mine, you are running around picking up toys and preparing for Easter guests!  I love the days and hours before our guests arrive as for some reason I can get twice as many things accomplished in half the time it normally takes me otherwise.  I’m sure it is because I have become a bit of a procrastinator based on the ages of my kids and their tendencies to leave crumbs behind and to bring toys out again right after we pick them up ๐Ÿ™‚  It is just as season, so I have adapted!  I have become very flexible with small messes about and then the day before house guests arrive, I kick into action and prepare the nest for a party!  I’m currently in that mode and am enjoying spreading Easter decor throughout our home as we prepare to celebrate our Risen Lord!  I hope you are inspired to do the same at your home…if this post leaves you wanting more, be sure to check out Part Two!



My passion for bunnies is in my genes.  My collection of bunnies have been passed from my grandmother, to my mother, and to my sister and myself. They are just so adorable.  Really every Easter season I have to restrain myself from buying any at stores.  When in doubt, I edit and try to keep things organized and tasteful.  If I don’t remind myself of this strategy often, my collection of bunnies would be replicating like real rabbits around here!  Take a peek at a few of my favorites…




Version 2


Peter Rabbit


Eggs and Nests

Eggs are such a great item to use in Easter decor.  They are inexpensive and can be purchased at big box stores easily.  I focus on similar colors and pastels for consistency throughout our decor.  You may even use real eggs or paint real eggs.  (Just make sure you tap a hole in the bottom of the egg with a push-pin and blow out the yolk or you will have an unpleasant odor that will be very unwelcoming to your guests)  I usually always use odd numbers when grouping decor items and it is no exception with eggs.  They look incredible in a simple nest.  If Spring had a logo, it would be eggs in a nest.  They represent new life.  After a long, dormant winter they express the birth of beauty and hope that lies in a tiny egg.  Eggs in nests remind me that I am a new creation in Christ and that the old is gone and the new has come (2 Corinthians 5:17).  I love walking around our home feeling hopeful about the upcoming season as I gaze upon these little nuggets of beauty.  








Whatever your decor this Easter, remember that it is not the decor that ultimately welcomes your guests.  It is the incredible impact you make on their lives by making them feel loved, valued, and welcome.  To find out more about how to host in a way that matters check out this post…

Want more Easter inspiration including Spring florals, Small, Easter accessories, and Functional Easter decor?  Click here for Easter Inspiration Part  2!


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