Easter Flowers and Other Spring Decorating Ideas
Are you looking for some beautiful Easter flowers and other spring decorating ideas? Wait until you see these creative and inspirational posts that will get you ready for Easter this spring.
Easter is a time of rebirth and renewal, and what better way to celebrate than with the beauty of flowers?
Easter flowers are a popular way to add a splash of color and freshness to your home during the spring holiday season. And they make great host or hostess gifts too.
From delicate lilies to bright daffodils, there are a variety of flowers that are commonly associated with Easter.
But decorating for Easter doesn’t stop at flowers – there are many other creative ideas that can be used to add a festive touch to your home.
Whether you’re looking to create an Easter-themed centerpiece for your dining table or a small vignette on a mantel coffee table, there are endless possibilities for expressing your Easter spirit through decor.
Wait until you see these gorgeous spring decorating and Easter flower ideas.
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What Are Easter Flowers?
Easter flowers are a collection of flowers that are typically associated with the Easter holiday.
They are often used in religious services, as well as for home decorations during the Easter season. Some of the most popular Easter flowers include:
What Flower is the Most Popular to Give as Gifts at Easter?
The most popular flower to give as an Easter gift is the Easter Lily. This beautiful flower has become synonymous with the holiday and it is often given as a gift to loved ones, friends, and family members.
The Easter Lily is known for its pure white petals and trumpet-shaped blooms that smell incredible. The blooms are said to represent the purity, innocence, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
In addition to its religious symbolism, the Easter Lily is also appreciated for its elegant beauty and delicate fragrance, making it a perfect gift for the spring season.
But don’t feel like you have to go with an Easter Lily just because it’s the most popular. I prefer Easter flowers that are more practical in my zone 6a garden like daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths because they can be planted outside to be enjoyed for years to come.
My mother-in-law brings pots of potted spring flowering bulbs every year for Easter. And it’s been a joy to plant them and have them return each year.
How to Decorate for Spring in Preparation for Easter
Decorating for spring in preparation for Easter is a fun and festive way to welcome the new season and celebrate the holiday.
You don’t have to go all in on Easter bunnies and eggs either. In fact, I prefer a less is more approach with subtle signs of spring and a focus on plants and flowers.
Here are some tips for decorating your home for spring and Easter.
- Choose a color scheme with bright cheerful colors that you pull from nature and what you see outdoors. Pastels are a popular choice, but you can also incorporate bold, vibrant hues too. I love decorating with neutrals while adding pops of color through plants and blooms.
- Flowers are a quintessential part of spring and Easter, so incorporate them into your decor. Use fresh flowers like tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths in vases around your home, mix in some faux flowers, or incorporate floral patterns into your linens and throw pillows to add touches of spring.
- Even a simple dining table centerpiece filled with fresh or faux spring flowers can make the space feel fresh and new for the season. But you can also go beyond flowers too by using a basket filled with Easter eggs, a birdhouse display, or a decorative bunny as a centerpiece.
- Hang a beautiful spring wreath on your front door that will welcome guests as they enter your home.
- But you can also incorporate other casual spring-themed decor items into your home by using a woven basket to store throw blankets, add some decorative birdhouses to your shelves, or display faux or live indoor plants around your home.
Easter Flowers and Other Spring Decorating Ideas
With spring on the way and Easter fast approaching, I am teaming up with some of my best blogging friends to share our favorite inspiration.
Wait until you see all of the creatively beautiful inspiration for Easter.
How to Host an Easter Brunch They’ll Never Forget
Looking for ways to host Easter this year? Host an Easter Brunch they’ll never forget with these simple tips. And if you are attending but not hosting? Check out the Easter brunch menu ideas you can bring at the bottom of this post.
Easter Spring Screened Porch Tour
Check out this screened porch decorated for Easter that includes a DIY Shiplap Easter Tree, Spring tablescape, and more. If you’d like, Rachel from the Ponds Farmhouse shares a link to build your own Shiplap Tree.
Neutral Jute Wrapped Easter Eggs
My good friends Anne and AnnMarie from Simply 2 Moms shared this adorable Easter egg craft that is easy to do and looks so pretty too!
Cottage Style Easter Table Decorating Ideas
Let my good friend Jennifer from Cottage on Bunker Hill show you how to decorate an easy cottage-style Easter table. She’ll teach you how to make a pretty centerpiece with pots of fresh Spring flowers and bulbs and also make Easter napkin rings from clay.
Simple Easter Brunch Menu Ideas You Will Love
Looking for ways to keep your Easter brunch menu simple but delicious? Pasha is Home is sharing her tried and true menu ideas to help you plan your gathering too!
How to Make an Easter Bunny Wreath
Are you looking for an easy wreath to make for Easter? If so, Kim from Cottage in the Mitten has you covered. With supplies, you probably have at home Kim shows you how easy it is to make this holiday wreath
How to Set a Pretty Easter Table
Come see how easy it is to set a pretty Easter table. Learn Kelly from the Tattered Pew‘s easy tips for how to layer new with vintage and color with neutrals!
Easter Tablescape on a Budget
Looking for some new table decorating ideas for Easter this year? Kim from Shiplap and Shells created an Easter “garden party” themed tablescape that not only looks amazing but can be accomplished on any budget.
Moss Covered Cross in the Entry
Debra from Common Ground shares how to create an Easter Remembrance with moss and faux florals for a family memorial in the Entry.
4 Charming Easter DIY Decorations
Check out these 4 easy, fun and charming DIY Easter decorations by my good friend Brendt from She Gave It a Go. Find all the components you need at JOANN. Add a personal touch to your home this Easter season!
Ideas for Spring Decorating in the Kitchen
Small touches can make a big difference in a bright and happy, Easter-filled kitchen. My good friend Cindy from County Road 407 shares her ideas for a beautiful Easter kitchen.
How to Set a Beautiful Easter Table
Looking for ideas to set up a beautiful Easter dinner table? Peacock Ridge Farm will show you gorgeous table decorating ideas perfect for Easter and Spring.
Easter Brunch Drink the Bunny Mary
Kristin from White Arrows Home shared the Bunny Mary, a fun twist on the traditional Bloody Mary cocktail that is perfect for Easter Brunch.
Decorating Oval Platters With Giant Easter Eggs
Upcycle your oval platters into pretty giant Easter eggs with this simple how to. Fun, unique Easter crafting and decorating idea from my good friend Lora from Lora B Create and Ponder.
A Beautiful and Charming Easter Table Idea
Wait until you see how my good friend Jen from Midwest Life and Style uses everyday decor to set a beautiful and charming table for Easter brunch this year.
5 Ways to Style a Spring Easter Basket
Coco from the Crowned Goat shared her simple spring basket ideas that can be used for any festive occasion or as a quick and easy gift for friends, family, and loved ones.
More About Easter Flowers and Other Spring Decorating Ideas
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