12 Easter Decorations That Aren’t Tacky
Decorate your home for Easter with these fun, chic, creative and otherwise unique products and DIY ideas for this year's Easter decorations.
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Mason Jar Centerpiece Set
This rustic farmhouse-style Mason jar set allows you to get festive with your Easter decorations without being tacky. Each jar is dressed with multiple coats of pastel paint. The jars are distressed, sealed and wrapped with a beautiful ivory twine. You can buy them as you see here, or DIY with your own jars, paint and embellishments. This is the best Mason jar hack we’ve found.
Rustic Farmhouse Rabbit
This lovely bunny is a great addition to your Easter tablescape. The wooden, hand-painted rabbit adds a shabby chic look that offers a nice diversion from shiny, plastic figurines. Have you heard of these 50 Easter egg traditions? We hadn’t either!
Bird’s Nest Ornament
This lovely bird’s nest bauble features a mixture of dried straw and twine, along with three speckled bird eggs. Hang from a chandelier, an indoor tree or a bouquet of spring branches. You can buy this ornament as seen here or pick up clear holiday ornaments, straw and eggs at a craft store or online and make your own. If it’s still on the chilly side on Easter, be sure to check out these 12 ways to prepare for your spring garden while it’s still cold.
Bird Cage with Flowers
For another great addition to your Easter decorations, purchase a vintage or new bird cage and fill with faux flowers, or even put real flowers in a vase inside the cage. Over-stuff the inside with flowers and pull the petals through the bars. An array of colors bursting through the cage sings spring. Take a look at these 40 fabulous DIY Easter baskets.
Easter Tulip Carrot Door Hanger
A spring decoration hanging on your front door is a wonderful way to welcome the season. Make it extra festive by celebrating Easter with a carrot-shaped door hanger made from faux orange tulips. Find out how to DIY it here.
Mini Moss Bird’s Nest
Realistic looking Easter decorations are far from tacky—just check out these faux moss nests. Featuring three sweet little eggs per nest in assorted colors, you can attach them to flower arrangements, a wreath or anywhere you’d like a decor accent, using the alligator-style clip on the back. You could also buy nests, moss and eggs and make your own decoration. Don’t forget to attach a clip so you can put the nests anywhere.
Minimal Easter Table Setting
You don’t have to include all the typical symbols of Easter in your decor. In fact, going overboard, no matter how chic your picks, can come off as tacky. Go minimal with your Easter decorations by choosing just a few special things. A table setting featuring pink and white checkered napkins wrapped with a ribbon, along with an easter egg pick tucked in with the silverware can be all you need on your table to express your festive spirit.
These primitive wooden carrots are a unique way to add Easter decor to your home. Place them in a basket as table decor, stack them in sections on a table or place them on a shelf as an accent. Be sure to clean before you decorate! Here are 45 handy hints to make spring cleaning a breeze.
Bunny Dessert Stand
There’s bound to be plenty of sweets at your Easter gatherings. This sweet ceramic dessert stand feature a creamy white rabbit as its base. It’s a light-hearted way to celebrate the holiday! When it’s time to put those desserts away, check out our favorite no-hassle food storage containers.
Easter Egg Candles
These egg candles are made in Germany of high-quality paraffin wax. (Discover a wonderful use for paraffin wax for drawers.) Keep one carton of six for yourself and give the other as a hostess gift. Also, check out how to make beeswax candles in glass jars.
Easter Egg Terrarium
Create a unique centerpiece by making your own Easter-themed terrarium. This video from Dobbies Garden Centre provides show you step-by-step instructions. Here are our 12 best tips for making a terrarium.
Modern Ceramic Rabbits
If you want your Easter decorations to go with the modern decor of your home, add these modern ceramic rabbits. Place them on a shelf, the dining table or even the bathroom vanity countertop. Here are 10 modern fence ideas for your backyard.