Are you looking for some last-minute Easter decor inspiration? Here are 5 quick and easy vignette and tabletop ideas that are sure to make your home look lovely for the Easter holiday.
Life gets busy and time seems to fly by this time of year.
If you’re hosting an Easter meal or celebration and are trying to come up with some last-minute decorating ideas, I’m here to help.
More Easter Inspiration For You
My sweet friend Amber of Follow the Yellow Brick Home is hosting a blog hop today where I’m joining my many talented blogging friends to give you all kinds of inspired spring and Easter ideas.
If you’re hopping over from Laura of Decor to Adore‘s blog, welcome! I’m so glad you’re here. Didn’t you love her DIY mini trees? Talk about perfect for spring. And you won’t want to miss my other friend’s posts either. You can find their links at the end of this post for even more inspiration.
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5 Quick and Easy Easter Vignette and Tabletop Ideas
There are plenty of quick and easy Easter decorating ideas that you can still pull off at the last minute. And I have 5 of them in fact.
Here are some Easter vignettes and tabletop ideas that will make your home look lovely. Let’s go!
1. Cloches & 2. Nests with Eggs
Using cloches and nests with those sweet little eggs is one of the easiest ways to decorate for spring and Easter.
Glass and wire cloches look amazing with just about anything in them.
What I love most about using cloches is that they look pretty amazing no matter what the season is that you’re decorating for.
Nests with mini eggs can be added just about anywhere. You already saw how great they look in a cloche but they look just as amazing on top of a place setting for spring.
How can you decorate for Easter without a bunny or two (usually more)?
I’m loving the texture of my moss bunnies and how they add color to every Easter vignette.
I found this hanging Easter bunny at HomeGoods but I know it would be an easy DIY project to create.
And then there are the ceramic bunnies.
You can pretty much tuck them into any spring or Easter vignette.
4. Garden-Inspired Vignettes & Tabletops
Spring bulbs and outdoor annuals make wonderful garden-inspired vignettes and Easter table centerpieces.
How perfect is this Trader Joe’s terra-cotta pot of daffodils and tulips?
A great way to display tulips is to put them in a vintage container like this enamelware pot.
I added chicken wire to the pot so I could keep the tulips standing upright. Did you know that adding a penny to the water will help keep the tulips from falling over?
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I planted some daffodil bulbs in this garden urn and covered the dirt with Spanish and Reindeer moss.
SPRING OUTDOOR FLOWERS
Pansies, violas, and primroses look beautiful in any spring kitchen.
SHOP FLOWER POTS
FAUX SPRING FLOWERS
There is another option when fresh flowers aren’t available.
Faux flowers look so realistic these days and look beautiful in any container.
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5. Spring Tabletops
Easter tables in the springtime are so easy to make beautiful. Flowers, greenery, bunnies, and nests with eggs all go so well together.
CLICK HERE to read the blog post “How to Create a Simple Spring Easter Centerpiece – Pinterest Challenge“.
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Using vintage dishware can make a pretty Easter table.
CLICK HERE to read the blog post “Welcoming Spring with a Beautiful Blooms and Vintage Dishware Tablescape“.
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Lilacs are such a beautiful flower and would look great for an Easter table.
If you live in an area where lilacs haven’t quite bloomed yet, you can either use faux flowers or try force-blooming lilacs indoors a week or so before Easter.
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CLICK HERE to read the blog post “Creating a May Spring Table with Fresh Lilacs From the Garden“.
SHOP FAUX LILACS
Are you looking for some last-minute Easter decor inspiration? I hope these 5 vignettes and tabletop ideas gave you the Easter decor inspiration that you are looking for.
Next up is my friend Emily of Le Cultivateur who is sharing her silk tie-dyed Easter eggs. You definitely do not want to miss these.
Make sure to see all the links below for the rest of the talented blogger’s spring posts.
Until next time,
More Spring and Easter Inspiration for You