Hop into Easter with these super cute, super easy Easter decorating ideas. From simple wreaths and garlands to gorgeous centerpieces to impress your guests for Easter brunch, you’ll love these creative options!
Super Easy Easter Decorating Ideas
Make this beautiful Easter egg garland. She uses two different sized plastic eggs to give the garland a layered look. It’s so bright and cheery!
This Easter egg tree uses blown and painted Easter eggs, but if that’s a little too much work for you, use plastic ones instead.
I wish I had thought of this spring topiary idea the last time we got our son a giant egg. Isn’t that a fun idea for the front porch?
This bunny wreath is cute but elegant at the same time. It would really pop against a darker door!
Plastic eggs plus old newspaper equals a gorgeous papier mache egg wreath that you’ll want to hang on your door again and again.
Want something a little different than the usual egg decor? Try cute little chicks instead. This Easter chick wreath offers a huge pop of color. And, well, it’s just so darn adorable!
Make a beautiful Easter centerpiece for the table using Peeps, flowers and candy. Gorgeous and easy!
Carrots and flowers are lovely, too, and you don’t have to worry about ants finding their way into your centerpiece if you want to move them to an outdoor table.
Speaking of carrots, these yarn-wrapped carrots are so creative! Place them in front of some bunny decor, and you’re all set.
If you’re hosting brunch or dinner at your place, these Easter placeholders will be a fun addition to your table.
Simply fill glass vases, cloches and containers with raffia and plastic eggs for an easy Easter look.
A pretty burlap bunny table runner will really make your table setting!
Can you believe this Easter bunny vase used to be a dip jar? What a great way to recycle.
I got such a giggle out of these wooden bunnies. They’re whimsical and fun and will make a great addition to your front porch.
We’re totally loving these deco mesh carrots. Aren’t they festive? It’s nice to see something other than eggs or bunnies sometimes!
If you’d like to avoid bunnies and eggs and opt for more religious decor, an Easter garden is a lovely addition to a table or mantle, and it carries a lot of meaning.