27 Chic and Creative Easter Decor Ideas

When Easter comes around we dye the eggs, find the baskets, eat ham, and all that, but I’ve never actually decorated for Easter, probably because the phrase “Easter decor” usually brings up memories of the tole painted wood and sewn, stuffed bunnies with lace collars from my 80s childhood.

Holidays were always huge in my family and decorating really makes any holiday more fun, so I went on a search to find ideas for modern, chic Easter decor. Take a look at what some talented girls have put together.


Jen from Girl in the Garage DIY’d this beautiful Easter egg garland inspired by Ballard Designs using materials you probably already have in your home.


Katie from View from the Fridge created this beautiful Kate Spade inspired Easter decor.


Courtney from Pizzazzerie made this gorgeous outdoor rustic chic Easter brunch.


The bright tulips really bring life to the room in this nature-inspired Easter tablescape by Shauna from Satori Design for Living.


Maria shares a few lovely neutral decor ideas in her blog, Yesterday On Tuesday.

Cindy uses this pop of blue on her coffee table as part of her room’s Easter decor on DIY Beautify.


Kimberly from A Night Owl Blog shares how to find and incorporate modern farmhouse Easter decor.


Shonee from Hawthorne and Main shows us how to do a spring refresh with Easter accents and created this colorful Easter mantle.


Keri shows off this fun idea for rustic Easter decor at Shaken Together Life.


Amy Atta Girl Says shares her room with both an Easter table setting and buffet decor.


Here’s a part of KC’s mantle Easter decor at The Real Thing with the Coake Family.


Barb from The Everyday Home shows us 10 ways to add spring to our homes.



Pam created this farmhouse Easter vignette at House of Hawthornes.


Jess from Make and Do Crew gives a tutorial on how to make this DIY bunny from popsicle sticks.


Kathy shares 5 last-minute Easter decor ideas on Up to Date Interiors, and they’re all beautiful!


Jen from Tater Tots and Jello shares a tutorial on how to make marbled Easter eggs.


Kate from Chic on a Shoestring Decorating created this gorgeous Easter vignette.


Courtney from Pizzazzerie shares her ideas on how to through a glam children’s Easter brunch.


Adrienne created a beautiful Easter mantle with garland on her blog, Chic California.


Check out the fun dessert display for an Easter celebration brunch created by Courtney Pizzazzerie.



Carol and Randi at FrugElegance share a budget-friendly tutorial on how to DIY these elegant eggs.


Trish used vintage brass and lavender to make this beautiful tablescape on  Uncommon Designs Online.


Shannon at Aka Design fills her table with flowers in this spring Easter table.


Trish at Uncommon Designs Online shares 4 different ideas for Easter place cards.


Barb at The Everyday Home combines neutral flowers and bunnies with some pops of blue to create an eye-catching table display.


Sara from Twelve on Main shares a tutorial on how to make this Easter banner from book pages.


Michelle from A Little Tipsy creates this vignette with Easter subway art and decor and reminds us of the reason we celebrate Easter.


Have you created or found any pictures of unique, budget-friendly or chic Easter decor? Share the pics in the comments below?


  1. I guess it’s time for me to go shopping! I need some cute little Easter bunny figures to decorate with. Love all these fun spring decor ideas. #HomeMattersParty

    1. Thanks Jeannee:) I don’t have any fantastic Easter decorations of my own, so I went in search of what talented decorators had done, haha. Decor is definitely not one of my strong suits, but I found lots of great inspiration from creative people.

  2. Hi, thanks for sharing some great ideas. We have often have tulips as part of the centre piece for the big lunch. I love the pink bunny made from popsicle sticks, Chloe #TwinklyTuesday

  3. I’ve rarely done much real decorating for Easter. Even over the last few years, I might have put up one or two items, but never really went all-out. Love all this gorgeous inspiration you pulled together. Thanks so much for sharing at the #happynowlinkup!

  4. I’m laughing at the little dishes filled with candies because my oldest son, 17, recently suggested I fill our Easter centerpiece with jelly beans. I quipped immediately: “So you and your brother can steal them all?” Silence ensued. Mom – 1, kids – 0. LOL! Adorable settings though! #fdflinkparty

    1. Haha! It’s so true! I tried having a candy dish for some holiday a few years back and it was all gone in a day! Totally not worth it in our house. Maybe when I’m a grandma I’ll have fun candy jars for when the grandkids visit, but with little kids around all the time all that happens is a lot of cavities:) Laughing so hard when I pictured them stunned into silence, knowing that you were totally right.

  5. Thanks so much for posting to the #fandayfriday link party! Hope you got some great traffic from the party this week hope to see you again next week!

  6. OMW they’re all so beautiful Sara. I’m hoping there’s enough time before Easter to copy some of these gorgeous crafts. Pinning just in case I can’t get to all of them

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