Spring & Easter decorating ideas

As the weather turns warmer and everything comes alive outside we quickly approach Spring. I have slowly started making changes and transitioning towards the season of rebirth so today I am sharing some Spring & Easter decorating ideas.

spring & easter decorating ideas

You can see my {easy Spring mantel} I recently shared and my first Easter craft of the season here {how to decoupage Easter eggs}. I have plenty more Spring & Easter decor, projects and inspiration coming your way soon but in the meantime I wanted to share some things that I have used and done in the past for Spring & Easter decorating ideas.

spring & easter decorating ideas

Spring decorating ideas

  1. Flowers
  2. Plants
  3. Branches
  4. Blooming Plants
  5. Flowering bulbs
  6. Birds
  7. Nests

Flowers are a super easy way to instantly bring cheeriness into your home.

And although flowers are really an all year long decorating medium it’s nice to echo the flowers that are sprouting outside in the gardens and fields.

Also by using interesting vases, vessels and containers you immediately ramp up the appeal of your florals and plants.

I love house plants and by showcasing them this time of year you once again resonate the green-ness happening outdoors.

spring & easter decorating ideas

Forced branches with fresh blooms is a favorite of mine this time of year. It adds so much drama to an arrangement with their tall profiles and leggy displays.

spring and easter decorating ideas

Blooming plants are just an extension and combination of flowers and plants. Some of my favorites to use around this time of year are tulips, hyacinths, paper whites, and orchids to name a few.

Spring & easter decorating ideas

Besides all the flora nothing screams springtime to me more than pretty little nests and the complimenting birds.

Birds by themselves are a wonderful springtime touch as well as birds perched on a pretty nest or even just a pretty nest all by itself.

Easter decorating ideas

  1. Bunnies
  2. Eggs
  3. Carrots
  4. Lambs
  5. Crosses
  6. Baskets
  7. Candy

Of course the Easter bunny is the star of the show for the Easter holiday. I love sprinkling bunnies throughout the house.

Regardless of your decor style there are many options for you whether ceramic, moss, wood, cement, etc. The options are endless.

Easter eggs are a close 2nd behind the bunny. Although I have bought plenty of Easter eggs through the years, I have also DIY’d many different styles, including the decoupaged eggs I just made {how to decoupage eggs} plus all the other styles you can learn about here {5 fabulous ways to DIY Easter eggs}.

Mr. Easter bunny eats plenty of carrots of course. I don’t have a ton of carrot decor but these oversized grapevine carrots are a favorite of mine.

Also real carrots {as well as eggs} are always a good and easy option.

I don’t now why but I am always drawn to little lambs and sheep. They are so sweet and a great symbol of the Easter holiday.

I always talk to my children about the meaning behind Easter and now at 20 and 17 years old they have plenty of thoughts and sentiments of their own, which is very inspiring. On that note, the sign of the cross is an iconic symbol for the Easter holiday.

And of course Easter baskets and the accompanying candy are always a big part of the fun Easter tradition. This silver basket is recent thrift store find, which I immediately wanted to use for Easter decor.

Easter traditions

I have had the same Easter baskets for my kiddos since they were littles and they still look forward to getting them overflowing with Easter goodness every year.

This post has me feeling all the Spring and Easter vibes and I hope this inspired you to feel them too.

I have a few table scapes, a couple of home renovations and some craft DIYs coming your way soon. If you don’t want to miss anything please make sure to sign up for my emails and all new posts will be delivered directly to you.

Easter decor

“Our Lord has written a promise of resurrection, not in books alone, but in every leaf in springtime.”

Martin Luther King


  1. This is not it says:

    I adore all of your decor! We are definitely kindred spirits, not only with respect to decor but also the true meaning of Easter. Thank you for sharing all of your beautiful pieces!

    1. Yes, decorating for the season is fun but the meaning behind it is what makes it special. Thank you for the visit. XO- MJ

  2. so beautiful! love all these ideas

    1. Thank you so much Meagan. I am so pleased that you liked our spring & Easer decor. XO- MJ

  3. renaepeacockridgefarmcom says:

    Congratulations! You are being featured on The Fabulous Friday Link Party this week. Your Spring decor is gorgeous, Hugs to you.

    1. Thanks so much Renae! I appreciate the feature and sweet comment.. See you on Friday! XO- MJ

      1. Renae says:

        I really appreciate you linking up. Blessings to you, my friend.

  4. helenfern says:

    I love all the flowers. I can’t add flowers or houseplants (except a few) because my cat eats them. Love these ideas. Thanks for sharing at My Big Fat Menopausal Life’s Share the Wealth Party – hope to see you at the next one this week!

    1. Thank you so much. Yeah I don’t have cats so can’t relate there but we have a sweet lab & she’s ruined plenty. She leaves my plants alone tho 🤩. Have a great day. XO- MJ

  5. Rachel says:

    this is just LOVELY, friend!! All the Spring things make me so happy, even when there is still literal FEET of snow outside my window today 🙂 All of those pretty flowers are such a delight!

  6. Cara says:

    My goodness MaryJo, you have so many spring and Easter ideas to share! I love the burlap sacks with plants in them. I enjoy seeing silver pitchers filled with love too, your succulents look quite at home there. Thank you for sharing with Whimsy Home Wednesday!

    1. Thanks Cara! I love all the rebirth brings spring brings. Thanks for popping in. XO- MJ

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