Happy Easter! Well, Happy Early Easter I guess I should say! I wanted to get this blog out today for those of you who may be having family and friends over this weekend and are wanting to do a little last-minute decorating!
How I Decorate For Easter
I don’t typically go all out with my Easter Decor. I tend to keep it pretty simple with a mix of florals and a few bunnies here and there. A simple vase of spring flowers stacked on a few books, an Easter Egg tree that I picked up from Ace Hardware this year, and two bunny statues that I grabbed at an antique store were my main focus on my entry table this year. I like to pick one or two spots in my home; my entry table is always one, and I focus my decor on those spots. Grouping your decor into one place can make a bigger impact rather than spreading it out a little here and little there, in my opinion.
How To Start an Easter Decor Collection
One of my favorite ways to add to my Easter decor collection is to shop at antique stores or boutiques. You can find unique pieces that you’ll love to put out each year. My Easter decor collection comprises lots of things I’ve collected over the years from antique stores, gifts from family and friends, and special things passed down to me from my grandmother. Even if you don’t have a big collection yet, you can always add decor from around your house to add interest to your Easter table! Grab things like coffee table books to stack under or around your Easter pieces, a chair from another room that can hold an Easter pillow or throw blanket, and a floral utensil holder that can double as a great vase for your centerpiece! Just get creative and start adding things until you get a look you love!
How To Curate a Look Similar to Mine
I put together a little graphic to link some of the exact pieces I have like my Mackenzie Childs pieces and a few things that I’ve picked up at Target. The rest of my things, like I mentioned, are not linkable so I tried to find similar things that I thought you would love! Enjoy!