Oh how I love Spring. The sunshine, green grass growing, and all the beautiful spring flowers blooming. AND.. Easter. It is one of my favorite holidays to decorate for because of what Easter means to our family. I came across so many beautiful photos of Easter decor, and I just knew I had to share them with you guys! I hope this Easter Decor Inspiration helps get all your creative juices flowing!
Set a gorgeous table for Easter, whether it is for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. Use what you have, unless you can pick up a few things here and there.
Rebekah set her table with a fresh blue tablecloth and used white dishes just so that her gorgeous gold gilded eggs could stand out among the pretty flowers and other rustic touches.A Blissful Nest
Lots of gold adorns this table by way of silverware, rims on the dishes and glasses, candlesticks and even the eggs. Lots of peonies are spread throughout the table for that Spring feel!Style by Emily Henderson
This Easter table is rustic, yet so sweet. Going neutral can work for this amazing holiday, especially when you add light blue plates, a floral centerpiece and a bunny here and there.
Our Vintage Home Love
This tablescape is a great blend of fresh and rustic. I love the nest of eggs being used as place cards for the guests, one even has my name on it! Bless’er House
Choose a color and a metal, and run with it all the way! Vintage brass, gold and lavender adorn this table and it is amazing. Finding Home Farms
Setting up a brunch table can be the only thing you do to decorate for Easter- It really does become a focal point when you go all out to make it gorgeous like this! Just Destiny
Your centerpieces can be simple, or formal. Use things you have around the house to create the vignette you’re going for, with the addition of Easter themed items. In turn, it will help you set the table for your Easter meal if you’re hosting!
You can determine your place settings with what you use for your centerpiece on the table. Put a tray on a pretty runner with some moss, bunnies and a spring plant.At Home with the Barkers
It’s like this one is meant for me with the metal H! Just grab a wood tray, a white pitcher with pretty flowers and add a cute bunny and a candle for color.Beth Hart Designs
Use a rustic crate as the base of your centerpiece. You can fill it with mason jars of gorgeous flowers, colored eggs, and even some bunnies flanking the ends of them. French Country Cottage
Don’t forget about the kids’ table. This Peeps centerpiece is so easy to do, and I know they’d love seeing all those bunnies on their table!Hip 2 Save
A tiered display adds height to your decor space. And gives you lots of room to show off your Easter goodies like mugs, pretty succulents, and speckled eggs.
If you don’t want to go all out for Easter, do something as simple as a vintage watering can of fresh cut tulips and display your pretty pastel eggs in a large white bowl. You’ll smile at the simpleness.My Rustic Farmhouse
Take a wire basket with some speckled eggs and put some baby’s breath in there for texture. These would look pretty in any corner of your house.The Casual Craftlete
Take advantage of your mantel and empty wall spaces! Make guests feel warm and at home with some of these great ideas that you can do yourself. Decorated eggs go a long way.
Isn’t this a great way to greet the Easter Bunny… and all your guests? In lieu of a wreath, create a pretty display that mimics the shape and colors of E.B.’s favorite food.
Love the Tomkins
Let the mantel sing the praises of Spring. Dress it up with an egg wreath, tall branches of flowers, cute bunnies and a Spring banner!Adventures in Decorating
If you’re too scared to display hard boiled eggs, go with the paper mache eggs! They are so easy to paint and decorate. I love all the colors on these painted eggs.Practically Functional
Try your hand at color blocking. A display like this is a fabulous way to add a touch of modern to your Easter decor.
Wood shims are a tiny version of pallet wood boards. And would make the perfect backdrop for a sweet painted bunny silhouette!Design, Dining, + Diapers
If you are short on time or want a little something to add to your Easter decor without emptying your pockets, there are some great free printables that you can use.
Add a pop of color with a beautiful watercolor print like this super sweet one.Clean and Scentsible
I truly love pieces that show exactly what the holiday is all about. This chalkboard print is on point.Dear Lillie
This cute little bunny print is a great way to let your friends anf family know that some bunny loves them. Thoughts from Alice
Calligraphy is an amazing skill to master, but you can just download this and print it out! The table setting is so simple, and the sign in a basket of flowers just adds to it all!The House that Lars Built
This Bunny printable is one of the cutest I have seen, and you can choose from 6 colors AND a coloring page too! Perfect way to keep the kids busy while the eggs are being hidden!
A trio of Easter prints may be all you need to add to that empty wall space. I love the simpleness of these three.Designs by Miss Mandee
I hope you loved this Easter Decor Inspiration! I truly hope you and your family have an amazing Easter.