Festive dyed eggs are the highlight for many households when it comes to decorating for Easter. However, there are countless ideas for decorating beyond the eggs. Children love to help decorate for the holiday, but you can also channel your inner child to create some gorgeous grown-up results.
Here are 27 of the prettiest ways to decorate your home for Easter.
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Easter Egg Succulents
Instead of dying Easter eggs, use that carton sitting in the fridge to make the cutest Easter egg succulents. This fresh take on an Easter-inspired little garden is 100 percent manageable and undeniably adorable.Continue to 2 of 27 below.
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Color-Blocked Wire Basket
Home decorating for Easter can turn out to be the simplest of projects and it can bring you the most joy. This color-blocked wire basket is a fun alternative to the traditional Easter basket and a super-fun project for people who love DIY and textiles.Continue to 3 of 27 below.
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Moss-Covered Egg Centerpiece
Moss isn't an expected holiday decoration, but it works in this covered Easter egg craft. You'll love the effortless and fun feel of these beautiful moss-covered eggs as the centerpieces for your main event.Continue to 4 of 27 below.
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An abundance of fresh, beautiful flowers creates a perfect opportunity to experiment with floral imprinting. Use this tutorial for natural dying to make your own dreamy linens for your table.Continue to 5 of 27 below.
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Swedish Easter Tree
An Easter tree might seem unique in your home, but it's common in Swedish culture. Take a cue from the Nordic and set up the cutest Easter tree in your home filled with bunnies and florals.Continue to 6 of 27 below.
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Natural and Crafty Eggs
A little turmeric, beet, and cabbage are a couple of ingredients that go a long way when it comes to organic egg washes. Here the palest egg babies are given character with a fine Sharpie black marker. If you don't have time to color eggs, just grab your Sharpie and create a family of eggs with faces.Continue to 7 of 27 below.
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Paper Tulip Centerpiece
If real flowers wilt away too soon, try extending the life of your flowers with this gorgeous paper option instead. They'll last quite a long time after Easter dinner is all said and done!Continue to 8 of 27 below.
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Hen's Nest Place Settings
Dinner guests will love the thoughtful touch of their very own Easter hen nests, complete with a single egg etched with their name.Continue to 9 of 27 below.
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Ombré Candle Votives
Ombré candle votives will add Easter cheer to your holiday table and atmosphere. These votives are easy to make and can be used throughout the spring and into summer.Continue to 10 of 27 below.
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Bring a miniature garden indoors to brighten up and add life to your space. Plant the garden in a galvanized tub to make an ultra-chic and modern home decoration.Continue to 11 of 27 below.
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Swedish Feather Easter Tree
The Swedish celebrate the Easter holiday with a lovely påskris, which is a paper Easter tree. Create your own with bits of paper or feathers from the crafts store. It can be an airy centerpiece for your holiday table.Continue to 12 of 27 below.
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Botanical Easter Eggs
Make your Easter eggs stand out from the rest with this fun botanical egg craft project with painted flowers on black backgrounds. They will surely impress your guests this holiday—and the eggs are papier-mâché, which means you can use them for your decor year after year.Continue to 13 of 27 below.
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Cherry Blossom Centerpiece
Cherry blossoms are a sure sign that spring is here. Use pastel or white vintage-inspired vases and mason jars to display these pretty blooms on your tablescape. Use real cherry blossom cuttings if they're in peak bloom, but artificial versions can look just as breathtaking.Continue to 14 of 27 below.
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Potted Paper Easter Lily
A potted paper Easter lily is an ideal decor option for those who don't have a green thumb. The best part is that this paper option is non-toxic to cats in your home, unlike the real plant.Continue to 15 of 27 below.
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Easter Floral Arrangement
Those freshly dyed pastel-colored eggs will look magnificent paired with a bundle of baby's breath arranged in a wire basket. Use any kind of eggs, but foam eggs are used for this arrangement.Continue to 16 of 27 below.
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Bunny Ear Napkin Fold
This whimsical fold that creates bunny ears out of your dinner napkins is sure to be a table-pleaser for both adults and children.Continue to 17 of 27 below.
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Tons of Tulips
When in doubt, turn to tulips for the loveliest Easter decor. Mix things up by placing plentiful bunches of tulips in unexpected containers like galvanized tins or watering pots. A few sprigs of pussy willows are added to this bucket of beauties.
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Pretty Doily Table Runner
These aren't your grandma's doilies. A mix of classic crochet knitted doilies make the prettiest runner for a grand table setting. This runner uses about 25 doilies in different sizes and handstitched together. Dig out your vintage collection, clean them, and put them to use. If you don't have a box of vintage linens, try hot gluing paper versions as a runner.Continue to 19 of 27 below.
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Egg Holder Place Cards
Simple paper egg holders become transformed into the most useful place cards for a holiday meal. The holders here are made from cardboard but you can also use wide wired ribbon for a similar effect.Continue to 20 of 27 below.
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Easter Egg Pinatas
Make your own Easter egg piñata, and invite all the kids to participate in a special activity post-egg hunt. Fill each piñata with candy eggs and confetti or other treats your kids will love.Continue to 21 of 27 below.
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Vintage Pillow Case Napkins
Love the vibrant colors of vintage floral pillowcases but not sure what to do with them? Turn the bright colors and patterns of the past into the sweetest napkins for your gathering.Continue to 22 of 27 below.
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A no-sew bunny banner is both affordable and the cutest addition to any room in your house. It's a great way to make use of scrapbook sheets, construction paper, or even wallpaper remnants that you happen to have in the house.Continue to 23 of 27 below.
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Mini Egg Baskets
Greet brunch guests with these mini egg baskets. The two-in-one project works as a gift and name tag. Just pick up a package of these mini baskets at the crafts store or online and you'll be ready to fill them.Continue to 24 of 27 below.
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A monochromatic centerpiece grouping makes a bold statement for spring. Try a collection of bright yellow vases in different shapes and heights for a cheery addition to your home—you can always paint glass vases to achieve this look.Continue to 25 of 27 below.
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This origami easter egg will look great in your children's room. The bright colors are playful and Easter-appropriate. Pair it with a basket of eggs to match the colors you choose for your origami creation.Continue to 26 of 27 below.
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Ceramics lovers will rejoice when they create this special bunny bowl. It's the perfect storage vessel for all that Easter candy. The project is even perfect for older kids and they can use the bowls after the holidays to hold small trinkets and jewelry.Continue to 27 of 27 below.
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Easter Topiary Trees
These Easter topiary trees are elegant, eye-catching centerpieces made from craft eggs and moss hot glued to a simple foam form. They are sturdy enough to use on your table year after year.