Easter is a-coming…that means I should probably ditch the rest of the hearts, snowflakes, and shamrocks and swap them out for some bright springy decor, right? Today I am sharing a roundup of fabulous ways to decorate with Easter eggs for the season. I am truly in love with all of these idea and I would like to try them all, if I am being honest. With centerpieces, place settings, displays, wreaths, trees, countdowns, egg decorating, and more, I could have my whole house covered in pretty Easter eggs.
Take a peek at all of these lovelies for some egg-cellent inspiration. (Sorry…I just had to.)
Blue is my favorite color, so I am totally drawn to this Robin’s Egg Vase filler via Madigan Made.
This Easter Egg Tree Centerpiece via Hostess with the Mostess is an great way to create a simple centerpiece for your party or everyday table.
Keeping things a little more neutral means you may be able to keep that “Easter” decor out a bit longer (Decorating with Spring Eggs via The Inspired Room).
This Easter Egg Vase via Better Homes & Gardens brings the spring indoors with bright and cheery pastels.
The combination of the mercury glass stands for some glam, the moss for a bit of nature, and the blue and gold eggs makes these Speckled & Gilded Egg Display via Sand and Sisal just my style!
Now we’re talking…glitter and flowers! Try out these Flowers in Glittered Eggshells via Pittsburgh in Polka Dots.
Here is my favorite color palate at work again. Not only are these Washi & Glitter Tape Eggs via Centsational Girl beautiful, the grass display in a solid white bowl makes the whole thing stunning!
Go Mod with Color Blocked Egs via Teal & Lime…they can be done in any color to match any decor!
Make the little ones feel special for Easter Dinner with a place setting specifically suited to kids. How adorable are these Daisy Eggs via Karin Lidbeck?
Use eggs as your place cards by stamping a name right on the egg. Nestled in some grass and a cute paper basket, you have one casual and classy egg display. (Stamped Egg Place Cards via Love Grows Wild)
Monograms are so stylish, and when you have lots of scrap paper, this Paper Strip Nest Place Setting via Better Homes & Gardens is perfect for the occasion.
Build up the excitement to Easter with an Easter Egg Countdown with Activities via Kojo Designs.
If you don’t have the space for a big wall display, try out a simple egg carton for your countdown (Easter Countdown via eighteen25).
Decorating your front door doesn’t mean you need a wreath to hang on it. Try the DIY Easter Egg Garland via Honey & Fitz for a festive look you can see from the curb.
For those who don’t prefer a rainbow of colors for Easter, this monochromatic Easter Egg Garland via Better Homes & Gardens is just for you…total class!
Break out that Washi Tape! This bright and bold Washi Tape Egg Wreath via Tatertots & Jello might be just what you need while you wait for the snow to melt away.
Make a statement by decorating for Easter with a single color and different patterns. (Green Easter Egg Wreath via Ridgewood Designs)
Use what you have to decorate your eggs. The idea of using a verse or lyric to write on your eggs gives a very personal touch. (Everyday Decorating Easter Eggs via Alisa Burke)
The options are truly endless with paper napkins. I love those Easter Eggs Decorated with Paper Napkins via Las Rectas de la Felicidad!
OH MY…that’s all I can say. Glam up your Easter with these DIY Sequin Easter Eggs via Studio DIY. LOVE!
Miss Moira already has her eyes on the glittery, sequin, shiny egg decor. Which one do you have your eyes on?