We love the simple elegance of these ideas.
Create classic and sophisticated Easter decorations this year that are beautiful and inexpensive by using seasonal flowers and repurposing hard goods that you already have around your house or from other holidays.
You'd be surprised what you can come up with, when you start digging around your decorations closet. However, if you still need some inspiration, check out these great, chic, Easter decorating ideas! Your home will thank you for making it more beautiful!
Take a look, then find out how you can DIY.
How sweet is this Easter display? And it's easy to make, too! To create the hydrangea eggs start with a faux egg (plastic, wood, ceramic) and spray it with craft adhesive.
Then, snip individual florets from a hydrangea and attach to the egg. Place the eggs in coordinating holders (can even be shallow glass wine glasses!) and arrange the clusters on a white cake stand and cover with a glass dome.
Create a soft springtime centerpiece using a pastel colored pitcher to place a voluminous bouquet of blooms. Simple as that!
You can make a big difference with little details. Use an eggcup filled with sprigs of fresh flowers to decorate each guest's plate instead of or in addition to a traditional centerpiece.
Just fill an eggcup with some water, then arrange sprigs of fresh flowers inside. Write your guests' names on each with a marker, or place an Easter themed flag with his or her name among the blooms.
Who says a cornucopia is only an autumn decoration? Put a springtime spin on the traditional fall cornucopia for a look that is festive and fragrant. I love the beautiful blue color of this vintage ceramic cornucopia. To make it a truly spectacular vision all you need are a few stems of coordinating blue/green hydrangea.
First place a piece of wet floral foam in the cornucopia and insert the hydrangea stems into the foam. Then, if you'd like, incorporate some decorative Easter eggs and seasonal fruits and veggies into the design. Just use your imagination and what you already have on hand!
Make use of your tinsel tree in the off-season with this sweet little Easter decor idea that is sure to spruce up any tabletop. Take out your tabletop faux "Charlie Brown" holiday tree and dress it up with Easter egg ornaments and fresh flowers.
Purchase egg ornaments from the store or use this as an opportunity to display handmade ones of your own making.