We’ve found the cutest ways to decorate your home for Easter while still staying on budget.

By Madison Alcedo
March 13, 2019

Making your home Easter-ready is easy with our seriously adorable Easter decorating ideas. While the holiday isn’t until Sunday, April 21 this year, you can already shop dozens of Easter decor items for indoors and outdoors, including Easter trees (yes, they’re a thing!) and Easter garlands.

Even if you are the DIY type, sometimes it’s easier to add a few decorations to your cart instead of making them—we still love dyeing Easter eggs, of course! Plus, if you’re hosting friends or family this year, we’ve found everything you need for easy entertaining—from pretty tabletop decor to welcoming Easter wreaths.

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Pierced Ceramic Eggs

When paired with flameless candles, these ceramic eggs make a pretty focal point for indoor or outdoor Easter decor. Mix and match the eggs (they come in four different colors and sizes), and place them around your dinner table, or use them as colorful statement pieces on your front porch.

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Faux Heather And Fern Wreath

This faux floral spring wreath looks like it was plucked straight from the fields of Provence. It's filled with lifelike pink and purple lavender flowers and ferns and since it’s faux, you can use it year after year (and long after Easter is over).

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Spring Daisy Garland

An Easter brunch or dinner is all about getting the family together to celebrate, and Paper Source eliminates the stress of decorating for your celebration with clever (and versatile) products like this easy-to-hang reversible garland. One side reads “Happy Easter” and the other says “Happy Spring," so you'll be able to repurpose it all season.

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Easter Bunny 3-Piece Melamine Set

Since Easter falls so late this year, the weather should actually feel like spring. Swap out disposable paper products for this adorable (and patio-friendly) set that includes a matching melamine cereal bowl and plate, plus an acrylic cup.

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Faux Succulents In Rabbit Planters Set Of 2

Add a touch of greenery to your home with this two-piece planter set. The bunny duo is made from whitewashed cement and comes with faux plants already inside. If you love succulents, this is an easy way to add them into your Easter decor without the extra maintenance.

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Lighted Easter Egg Floral Tree Centerpiece

At 24 inches tall, this shimmering Easter tree will dazzle on the dining table — day and night! Ten yellow lights are subtly disguised in its branches so its warm glow can be enjoyed well after sunset (batteries sold separately). 

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Wood Bunnies With Easter Garland Tabletop Decor

Even if big floral displays and bright colors aren't your cup of tea, there are plenty of ways to take a pared-down approach to Easter decorating. Take this whimsical wooden bunny centerpiece, for example. Place it at the center of your table and surround it with a few bud vases filled with flowers. It'll be simple and impactful, without taking the star power away from your famous glazed ham.

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Wood And Felt Mini Tree

Tiny trees are our favorite new Easter decor trend (especially for small-space dwellers), and this little one from World Market is a super affordable option. Dress it up with a set of hand-painted ornaments to make it ready for Easter. 

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Happy Spring Shadow Box

If you love incorporating gold accents into your Easter decor, you’ll appreciate the pretty gold foil lettering on this shadow box—which can easily fit in with an existing gallery wall or display of framed family photos. 

Budget Tip: Adding small accents like this to your home’s existing decor is a smart way to keep holiday decorating costs down.

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Marbled Chocolate Egg Ornaments

These marbled eggs are almost too pretty to eat. Almost. String them up on your Easter tree, then nibble on them during the egg hunt. They also make sweet gifts!

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Etched Whitewash Bunnies

If you’re going for a more rustic Easter decor look, these resin bunny figurines are a great option to add to your mantle, dinner table, or entryway. They’re the perfect addition to a home that has a farmhouse decorating style.

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Embossed Bunny Plate

Consider this adorable bunny plate your right-hand helper for all of your serving needs. Fill it with a batch of Easter sugar cookie cutouts, use it to hold deviled eggs at lunch, or prop it up on an easel for everyone to enjoy.

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Sequin Bunny Pillow

If the kiddos want to help with spring decorating, this sequin throw pillow is the cutest accessory. The sequins change from pink to silver as you brush them, so it basically doubles as a fun Easter activity for little ones—at least, that’s what we’re telling ourselves as we add three to our cart.

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Wood Bunny Place Card Holders

A well-set table needs pretty name cards, too! Create your own place cards for these wooden bunny place card holders so that everyone knows they have a seat at Easter dinner. In a pinch? You don’t need to buy fancy cards to match, just write or print names on plain white cardstock.  

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Coral Glass Bud Vases Set Of 3

Easter Sunday wouldn’t be complete without a vase of Easter lilies. Use this set of vases to incorporate the pretty white flowers throughout several rooms of your home. We’re seriously loving the translucent pink look.

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Etched Glass Eggs

Etched glass has been popular for ages, but these oversize cloche-style eggs captured our attention because they're just so cool. Place one over a candle, fill it with fairy lights, or rest it on top of a small cake stand. 

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Floral Bunny Table Runner

No holiday table is complete without a themed table runner. We’re loving this option from Pottery Barn for its simple floral and rabbit design. Plus, the materials are sustainably sourced, so you can feel extra good about this purchase.

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Wood Hanging He Is Risen Sign

Celebrate the reason for the season with this simple yet pretty hanging wood sign. It's also an affordable option for anyone who wants to add a touch of holiday decor with a religious message without breaking the bank.

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Happy Easter Doormat

We love a good welcome mat (like these seriously clever mats) and this one from Wayfair is perfect for Easter. Greet guests with a cheery message from the adorable Easter bunny on this mat.

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Floral Bunny Salad Plate, Mixed Set of 4

Swap out your plain dishware for this colorful springtime set that includes four beautifully glazed stoneware plates that each feature a different design. This set from Pottery Barn’s Easter collection also features matching white-and-floral serving platters, bowls, and mugs.

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9 Pack Painted Easter Egg Ornaments Set Of 3

With three ornament sets that include nine pieces each, you’ll have plenty of Easter tree decorating options. These hand-painted eggs feature pastel designs with butterflies, chicks, and bunnies. If you don’t have an Easter tree this year, you can group the eggs together in a bowl as a table centerpiece.

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Marguerite Ceramic Basketweave Serve Bowl

Whether you’re serving hard-boiled eggs or warm rolls, this earthenware serving bowl is a simple way to make a pretty statement. It'll sing on the Easter table, but it’s neutral enough to use the rest of the year, too.

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Speckled Egg And Vine Wreath

Spruce up a blank wall or door with this gorgeous springtime wreath that features faux painted Easter eggs on a grapevine wreath. We love the way the pastel Easter eggs pop against the bright faux greenery of this Easter wreath.  

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Hanging Easter Porch Sign

If you need something to liven up your front yard for spring, go all out for Easter with this bright and bold front six-foot porch sign. It’s reusable and cleans easily so that you can fold it up and store it out of sight until next year. You can’t beat two signs of this size for under $15!

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Bow-Tie Bunnies Salt & Pepper Shaker Set

Easter might be at the end of April, but you can keep these adorable bunny salt and pepper shakers out on your table all spring long. We love everything from the Lenox Easter collection, but these bunny shakers are definitely our favorite find.

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Paper Mache Eggs Set Of 12

You'll want to display these gorgeous paper mache eggs in a prominent spot (like on your coffee table) so you can marvel at them every time you sit in the living room. Each set contains 12 eggs, and because they're made by hand every batch is unique. 

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Natural Burlap Banner for Easter Decorations

This Easter banner from Amazon is an easy way to spruce up any room for Easter. Plus, it’s so easy to display! This is one of our top picks for last-minute Easter decorating.

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Garden Bunny

Choose from three different sizes of this precious ceramic garden bunny that can be used for indoor or outdoor Easter decor. The two larger ones have spaces for fresh or faux flowers for an extra pop of color.

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Springtime Bunnies Garland

Craving a small DIY project? This garland requires minimal assembly. It arrives in a kit that includes pre-cut shapes and pre-strung pom-poms, and its neutral color scheme means it won't clash with your everyday decor.

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Egg Tray

If you plan on serving deviled eggs at your Easter brunch or dinner, this is the prettiest tray option with room for 12 eggs. The detailing on this scalloped egg tray is gorgeous, and we’re obsessing over how pretty it looks when it’s full of bright dyed eggs.

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Easter Egg Wreath

Wreaths aren't just for the front door. Add a rainbow of color anywhere in your home with this Easter egg wreath. The eggs are arranged in rainbow order and sit atop a grapevine wreath, which makes the colors seriously pop.

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Easter Giant Egg Lighted Inflatable

If you're already missing your lawn's inflatable holiday scene, try outdoor decorating for Easter. This display is made up of five oversize Easter eggs, all decorated in different styles—and, it lights up. 

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White Ceramic Bunny Planters

This glazed ceramic rabbit planter is business in the front, party in the back. It's 9.5 inches tall and 5 inches deep, and though it's technically an indoor-outdoor planter it can totally pull double-duty as a candy dish. 

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Floral Bunny Serving Platter

A large stoneware platter is an essential serving piece, and worth the investment if you're keen on spring entertaining. It's food, microwave, and dishwasher safe and is 19 inches wide (meaning it can hold a whole lot of mini quiches). Plus, it's so pretty.

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Easter Bunny Throw Pillow

Seasonal throw pillows—in either your bedroom or living room—are perhaps the fastest way to get your home ready for Easter Sunday without too much effort or money. This watercolor-like scene of two rabbits surrounded by blades of grass, butterflies, and dyed eggs is everything we love about this season, printed onto a pillow.

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Bunny Basket Serve Bowl

This Easter serving bowl from Pottery Barn is seriously adorable, and it’s also super versatile. It's made of glazed finished ironstone and can hold both hot and cold foods. Just be sure to hand-wash it; it's not meant for the dishwasher.

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Easter Basket Flower Arrangements with Egg

A grown-up Easter basket is an elegant way to showcase decorative eggs and faux flowers. This particular design, with its almost-autumnal oranges, greens, and yellows and sculptural woven base, can be displayed just about anywhere.

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Floral Bunny Napkin Set

These floral and rabbit napkins are an extra-thoughtful touch for spring place settings, and they can effortlessly coordinate with the colors and patterns in your existing table linens lineup. If you have a party of eight, for instance, you can easily stretch your budget by alternating between the bunny and patterned or solid-color napkins at each setting.

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Wood Happy Easter Garland

Want to make a big, cheerful statement indoors? String this lightweight jute and laser-cut banner across a buffet table or mantel where it can be enjoyed by all of your guests.

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Set of 4 Easter Pillow Covers

Upgrade the throw pillows in your home for Easter with this set of adorable cotton-linen pillow covers. This set of pillow covers can slip right over your existing throw pillows, which means decorating for Easter just got a lot less expensive.


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