Hello Fabulistas! Is it me or is the year flying by? It’s already time for Easter…which means chocolate and decorations! When I think of Easter, I think of pastel colors and spring time. Around this time of year I like to bring in fresh flowers and change up my space with softer colors. Here are a few Easter decorating tips I like to use.
The easiest way to get your space, (and your table), ready for Easter is to replace your napkins. You can go with solid pastel colors, patterns or even Easter bunnies! You have several options to choose from…find something that fits your style!
Easter napkins from Etsy
Unique Easter Eggs
An obvious decoration idea is to dye some eggs and place them in a beautiful bowl. I like to find different uses for the eggs. Sometimes I turn them into candles, garlands and even vases! There are so many uses for eggshells, you just have to think outside of the box!
Egg vases from Shelterness
Candles are a fabulous source of light, and they add a very nice ambiance to a room. I like to decorate for Easter is to jazz up your candles. I love this tutorial from Martha Stewart showcasing how to make grass candles. It’s an easy way to bring the outside in!
Grass candles from Martha Stewart
Flowers and Fabulous Vases
I like to buy fresh flowers once a week. During Easter I mix up my vases. I found these hand-painted mason jars on Etsy and thought they were PERFECT! The pastel shades are exactly what I had in mind. Gorgeous.
Hand painted mason jars from Etsy
The finishing touch is the wreath on the door. I like to create one that has color and interest. The one below has a lot of texture due to the wrapped yarn, which is very appealing to the eye. Pick a wreath that fits the style of your home. You can make one yourself, or buy one if you’re short on time. To me, the wreath is the most important part of the decor. I never skip it!
Wreath from Too Stinkin Cute
I love decorating for Easter, it’s easy and you can use things you have lying around the house (like eggs!). How do you decorate this time of year?