Hip…hop…hooray! It’s almost time to celebrate spring, and with it—Easter! Let’s exchange those Valentine’s Day hearts for Easter chicks, bunnies, and eggs, and maybe even some sweet marshmallow treats and milk chocolate rabbits! Are you ready? Even if you’re decorating on a budget, there are six essential Easter decorations your home just can’t live without. Mix-and-match these Easter favorites for a fresh spring look that’s simply chic(k)!
1 – The Easter Wreath
Holiday decorating starts at your front door. This season’s Easter wreaths are all about embracing new textures and materials; you’ll see Easter wreaths made out materials like grass, birch, burlap, artificial Easter eggs, ribbon strands, boxwood, and more. These wreaths really pack a visual punch! Hang one on your front door and you’ll see—even standing from a distance you’ll notice this season’s Easter wreaths rich textures!
2 – The Easter Pennant Banner
Pennant banners aren’t just for birthday parties anymore! DIY pennant banners are making a comeback in a major way and make great backdrops for any holiday decoration, whether paired with Halloween decorations, Christmas decorations, or Thanksgiving decorations. It’s all about your color choices. This Easter, make your own pennant banner with pastel paper and twine and pair it with an intricate fabric banner. Together, the two make a colorful display!
3 – Easter Egg Filler
It’s not Easter without Easter eggs (and maybe some marshmallow chicks)! Artificial Easter eggs are your most versatile Easter decoration. The possibilities are endless! You can intersperse artificial eggs in an orb bowl, group them together in a wide tray filled with artificial moss or grass, or fill a clear glass vase with them! Top off the display with a few tulip stems and your spring look is good to go.
4 – A Plethora of Easter Pillows
Seasonal pillows = instant holiday decorations. Add two new throw pillows to your couch and it looks like you’ve been planning to decorate for Easter all year long! As affordable as they are, throw pillows can be used for a month, packed up, and then brought back out the next year.
5 – Bunny Tails & Bunny Ear Decorations –Everywhere!
St. Patrick’s Day has the leprechaun; Christmas has Santa Claus; and Easter has the Easter Bunny! Bring home the sweet and cheery spirit of the Easter Bunny with bunny tail and bunny ear decorations. Pom pom bunny tails are popping up on this year’s Easter pillows, pennant banners, wreaths, and even chair covers? Eye spy with my little eye…bunny booties everywhere!
6 – Easter Typography
From rustic wood plank plaques to word blocks that look like they were hand-lettered, put the final touch on your Easter decorations with a little seasonal artwork. Like pillows, seasonal wall art is affordable and easy to use and reuse for years to come.
How will you be decorating for Easter this year? Share your favorite Kirkland’s Easter decorations with us on Instagram with #mykirklands! Show us your Kirkland’s style!