As all of you know… I LOVE to decorate, and Easter is no exception. I know decorating can feel overwhelming to a lot of folks. Where do I look? How do I find what I want at the price point I’m after? Honestly, online shopping can feel a bit like going down a rabbit hole. That’s why I try to assemble these gift guides for each major holiday to give you all ideas for decor to transform your space. So, here are some of my recent decor finds & DIY decoration projects to inspire you:
A Banner for the Mantel
Whether you want to DIY this project with yarn and construction paper or purchase a pre-made banner, this is a great and simple way to decorate for the holiday!
Nothing says Easter like bunnies! I found a few Easter bunny sculptures to place around the house that I absolutely adore: the green mossy bunnies I purchased from Amazon are small but really great quality; I love the addition of some gold bunnies in our space, too, for a touch of elegance; and, for a more expensive but elegant addition to the space I went with these stone bunnies from Pottery Barn, which are on sale right now!
Nothing says Spring like a bouquet of flowers! I tend to gravitate to pastels (often tulips) this time of year as it always screams “EASTER!” to me. If you’re not sure what flowers to choose, ask your local florist what is in season or stop by your local grocery store (like Thrifty’s!) to see what’s available. Or, grab some branches and eucalyptus from your garden that are in bloom!
I totally fell in love with these “Hip Hop” and “Hoppy” pillows when I came across them recently. While the “Hip Hop” pillows are out of stock, there are still some Hoppy pillows available!
An easy way to spruce up your space for the new season is by swapping out prints hanging around the house with Spring-inspired ones! Check out our Spring Collection of prints over at Jilly Digital! There are so many great ones to choose from!!
Well, there you have it! My roundup of Easter decor to help spruce up your space. Which items do you love the most? Are there any decor pieces our community should know about?