46 Easy Easter Decorating Ideas That Are Anything but Lame

Chic, affordable, and on-theme.

Easter decorating ideas
Sugar & Charm

Easter is just around the corner, and we're ready to celebrate spring in all that pastel and floral glory. Whether you're throwing a last-minute Easter party or planning a large gathering in advance, our Easter decorating ideas will be your solution. Learn how to create a gorgeous spring tablescape with white tulips and elegant ribbon, or go egg-centric and add baby's breath or fragrant florals to a wicker basket. We've got a fresh batch of chic and affordable Easter decorating ideas for every home's style ahead.

the wreath depot coral tulip wreath
The Wreath Depot
Colorful Tulip Wreath

There's no better way to make a first impression than over 240 tulips hanging on your front door. These faux buds stay pretty in pink.

What you'll need: The Wreath Depot Tulip Front Door Wreath $60

BUY NOW

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easter table decor ideas
Sugar & Charm
Ribbons With a Message

Tie your napkins with customized ribbons that say "Happy Easter" on them. We're also loving the subtle touch of sophistication with those marble eggs.

Learn more at Sugar & Charm »

What you'll need: Ribbon by Design Happy Easter Ribbon, $8

BUY NOW

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Vibeke Design
Tulips in a Galvanized Tub

Instead of the usual glass vase, go big by planting tulips or hyacinths in a large galvanized tub.

Get the tutorial from Vibeke Design »

What you'll need: galvanized tub, $30 BUY NOW and tulip

bulbs, $13 for 12 BUY NOW

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outdoor easter decor
Cheetah Is the New Black
Elevated Outdoor Picnic

If you're having people over for Easter, take the party outside, or head to a park with friends if you don't have your own backyard. Set up a cozy picnic and make the lawn look more festive with layers of plush throws and blankets in Easter-friendly colors.

Learn more at Cheetah Is the New Black »

What you'll need: Minna Isle Lightweight Cotton Throw, $150

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Kayhuderfjaeril
Metallic Planters

They're often the first sign of spring, but snowdrops look especially cheery in golden eggshells.

Get the tutorial from Kayhuderfjaeril »

What you'll need: Gold paint, $4 BUY NOW and sowdrop

seeds $2 for 200, BUY NOW

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easter flower arrangement ideas
Sugar & Charm
Matching Drinks and Flowers

Bring some contrast to your Easter flower arrangements with moodier deep purple flowers and curate a drink menu that matches the color scheme. Or, stick to water but opt for colorful glassware.

Learn more at Sugar & Charm »

What you'll need: World Market Ombré Glasses, $28 for 4

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LA JOLIE MUSE
Bunny Dessert Stand

It doesn't get cuter than this. Topped with macarons or deviled eggs, a rabbit-shaped platter takes your Easter party spread to the next level.

What you'll need: La Jolie Muse Bunny Cupcake Stand, $18

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easter dinner decorating ideas
Cheetah Is the New Black
Deck Out Your Table

For an elevated Easter brunch or dinner party, choose your favorite pastel Easter color and let that dictate the tablescape. We love the pastel pink runner and pink and white blooms.

Learn more at Cheetah Is the New Black »

What you'll need: Saro Lifestyle PomPom Pink Table Runner, $35

BUY NOW and World Market Gray Taper Candles,$4 for 2

BUY NOW

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Little Inspiration
Egg Crate Tea Lights

These dip-dyed eggs were carefully cracked to make room for mini tea lights. Display your these delicate beauties in a ceramic egg crate and then add to your Easter tablescape for an elegant glow.

Get the tutorial from Little Inspiration »

What you'll need: tea lights, $13 for 120 BUY NOW and ceramic

egg crate, $12 BUY NOW

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Sugar & Charm
Tulips and Throws

Tulips are the perfect springtime flower for an Easter centerpiece. They're simple, pretty, and on-theme, especially when surrounded by colorful egg candy and decor. Add a pile of throws for seating to make things so much cozier.

Learn more at Sugar & Charm »

What you'll need: World Market Faux Fur Pillow $14 BUY NOW

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Creative Co-op
Ceramic Eggs

It's impossible to have too many eggs on Easter. Collect a dozen of these speckled shells for pretty centerpieces that last.

What you'll need: Creative Co-op Ceramic Robin Eggs, $13 for 12

BUY NOW

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Williams Sonoma
Chocolate-Filled Wreath

A wreath with colorful dried flowers is the perfect thing for Easter. This one looks like a beautiful bird's nest except better because those robin's eggs are actually made of chocolate.

What you'll need: Williams Sonoma Easter Nest Wreath with

Truffle-Filled Eggs $45 BUY NOW

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easter decorating ideas
Cheetah Is the New Black
Flower Power Desserts

Don't limit your blooms to vases—put them on your desserts. Opt for real edible flowers or practice your baking skills by making them out of frosting.

Learn more at Cheetah Is the New Black »

What you'll need: Wilton Dessert Decorator, $8 BUY NOW

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Alicia Hutchinson
Bright Roots

Carrots aren't just finger food—place the veggies in a clear vase along with white flowers for an extra pop of color.

Get the tutorial from Alicia Hutchinson »

What you'll need: Fresh flowers and stemmed vase, $32

BUY NOW

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easter egg ideas
Pottery Barn
Stone Cold

A coat of "stone" spray paint on regular plastic eggs gives the dollar store buy an expensive-looking upgrade.

Get the tutorial from Pottery Barn »

What you'll need: stone paint, $8 BUY NOW and plastic eggs,

$7 for 50 BUY NOW

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The Casual Craftlete
Baby's Breath Bouquet

The bouquet sidekick goes solo in an arrangement trimmed with pastel eggs.

Get the tutorial from The Casual Craftlete »

What you'll need: wire basket, $15, BUY NOW and faux

speckled eggs, $8 for 24 BUY NOW

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Boxwood Clippings
Spring Simplicity

A white tulip and coordinating ribbon are all you need for a springy napkin ring.

Get the tutorial from Boxwood Clippings »

What you'll need: blue napkins, $16 for 6 BUY NOW

and ribbon $14 BUY NOW

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Live Laugh Rowe
Instant Door Decor

Make your own custom wreath with just an egg garland and a grapevine frame. Intertwine the two and show off your new decoration.

Get the tutorial from Live Laugh Rowe »

What you'll need: grapevine wreath, $6, BUY NOW and egg

garland $30, BUY NOW

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Vibeke Design
Two Tons of Tulips

Arrange the springtime staple in unexpected containers, like buckets or umbrellas.

Get the tutorial from Vibeke Design »

What you'll need: blue paiL, $23, BUY NOW and floral

foam, $9 BUY NOW

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Uncommon Designs
Napkin Nest

Faux ferns add the perfect verdant touch to plain linens and plates.

Get the tutorial from Uncommon Designs »

What you'll need: unfinished napkin rings, $5 for 4, BUY NOW

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The House That Lars Built
Pastel Feather Tree

Not all Easter decor has to be egg-centric. Branches from the backyard and pretty paper leaves make for quite the springtime display.

Get the tutorial from The House That Lars Built »

What you'll need: glue gun, $13, BUY NOW and scrapbook

paper $5, BUY NOW

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The Sweetest Digs
Clever Garland

Shaped into ovals, paint chips resemble brightly striped eggs. Pick up a few from the hardware store and string them together for a low-lift craft.

Get the tutorial at The Sweetest Digs »

What you'll need: string, $5, BUY NOW and tape, $10 for 6

rolls BUY NOW

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Vibeke Design
Matchy-Matchy

For an adorable duo, place cut flowers in a large vase or pitcher. Then pair the bouquet with bulbs planted in a coordinating mug or bowl.

Get the tutorial from Vibeke Design »

What you'll need: large jug, $63 BUY NOW and matching mug,

$18 BUY NOW

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Flickr
Shades of Gray

For modern holiday decor, place black and white eggs into a glass hurricane and add matching feathers.

Get the tutorial on Flickr »

What you'll need: Kole White Oval Vintage Wall Mirror, $12

BUY NOW and hurricane, $41 BUY NOW

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diy egg holder place card
Camille Styles
Poised Placecards

Flag a place for each guest at brunch (and display speckled eggs) with these simple place cards. They'll add to the tablescape even after they've left the plates.

Get the tutorial from Camille Styles »

What you'll need: watercolor palette, $7

BUY NOW and calligraphy pen, $7 for 2 BUY NOW

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Sinnen Rausch
Monochrome Magic

Not a fan of Grandma's old decorations? A clever blogger painted tired Easter ornaments for a much cleaner look.

Get the tutorial from Sinnen Rausch »

What you'll need: gold paint, $4 BUY NOW and Easter

ornaments BUY NOW

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A Subtle Revelry
Piñatas That Pop

Layer strips of pastel crepe paper strips to create eggs that look ready to party.

Get the tutorial from A Subtle Revelry »

What you'll need: glue gun, $13, BUY NOW and streamers,

$12 BUY NOW

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Decor Dots
Flip-flop

Don't paint the eggs—coat the carton instead for an unusual take on an Easter classic.

Get the tutorial from Decor Dots »

What you'll need: black paint, $4 BUY NOW

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Creative Juice
Cake Stand Topper

Use a dessert tray to elevate a nest centerpiece made with grass from the yard.

Get the tutorial from Creative Juice »

What you'll need: cake stand, $18 BUY NOW and wooden

eggs, $9 for 6 BUY NOW

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The House That Lars Built
Morning Greetings

Miniature egg baskets welcome brunch guests (and provide adorable favors.)

Get the tutorial from The House That Lars Built »

What you'll need: mini baskets, $14 for 12 BUY NOW and candy

eggs, $8, BUY NOW

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