I think Easter might be my favorite holiday. Obviously, Christmas is a big contender, but it’s lumped together with months of stress, so I quite prefer the simplicity and togetherness that Easter brings. Every Easter Sunday, we go to church, do an egg hunt with the girls, and have a big family dinner where Chris makes his best Easter Ham. The family dinner is, of course, my favorite part of the day, and I love to dress it up with some Easter decor!
This time of year, I embrace spring in my home by freshening up my home decor and swapping out my spring stems, but over the last few years, I’ve been going pretty hard with the Easter decor. It all started with this blue floral porcelain bunny that was too adorable to pass up, and now I’m a full-blown bunny collector!
I honestly keep most of the Easter decor designated for the dinner table because although Easter might be my favorite Holiday, it’s also just one quick day!–No need to sprinkle Easter all over the house. Instead, I dress the table in baskets, branches, and bunnies and tuck it all away when the party’s over.
My latest addition to the Easter tabletop collection is these stunning bunny appetizer plates. I originally wanted to get the dinner plates, but then I realized you wouldn’t really be able to see the bunny covered in food! So instead, I’ll stack these cuties on top of the dinner plates for everyone to see. Obsessed is an understatement.
There are few things I love more than a curated round-up, so I present to you a list of my recommended Easter decor for your home! I’ve got my eyes on those marble eggs.
1. Teak Wood Basket $68
2. Moss Rabbits $29
3. Plaid Napkins $5
4. Marble Eggs $68
5. Chambray Stoneware Serving Platters $147
6. Ruffled Baking Dish $39
7. Twig Bird Nest $8
8. Blue & White Porcelain Bunny $145
9. Garden Lattice Salad Plates $79
10. Clay Flower Crock $59
11. Ipanema Glazed Candle Holder $14
12. Tapered Candles $38
13. Copper Napkin Rings $12
14. Faux Seeded Eucalyptus Stem $5
15. Estelle Block Print Tablecloth $128
I decorate our entire main floor for Easter, and then my daughter has a fair amount of decor she’s collected for her room–I love bunnies so they’re pretty much everywhere. But I do this for every holiday–my favorite is changing out the mantles on our two fireplaces for each holiday/ season. It brings me and my family joy and always keeps the house feeling fresh with new things going in and out!
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