Now that we have 3x the space and 3x the doors, our space hasn’t been as Eastery as I would hope, with it only being 2-days away. I recognized that this will take some time to figure out the perfect pieces for our spaces, but I also love decorating, especially for holidays! Easter is the ideal segue to spring so it’s a perfect time to pull in a mix of the two.
Here are some Easter/Spring essentials:
1. Front Door – DIY vs. Store
DIY – This tulip wreath is a perfect DIY opportunity (look for a future post!) Not to mention it allows for flexibility in choosing your own wreath size and tulip color based on your preference and house, and it can stay up before, during, and after Easter!
Store – Target (and many other stores) have these beautiful egg wreaths. They’re chic and simple and I love this as an option.
2. Centerpiece – Mine vs. DIY
Mine – This is my first attempt at an Easter centerpiece working with what I have. The tall tea light holders are my current year-round piece, along with the black place mats, although I would love to find the perfect ones with some color! The bunny was a gift from my “future” mother-in-law, which added the perfect touch. All of these pieces (minus the bunny and place mats) were purchased at the Dollar Store; $9 for this look!
DIY – I love this DIY option because it brings in the perfect mix of spring and Easter. The fresh flowers give this dimension and life, simply switch out the eggs for more flowers or just more “grass” and you have a piece that can stay-up after the holiday.
3. Mantle – Dream vs. Reality
Dream – I LOVE this mantle, and wreath’s over mantles – especially for Christmas. Sadly this is not an option. B and his 55-inch TV won the battle over the mantle. So while I have some options on the sides and under the TV, it can’t be as dramatic as I would like.
Reality – We have a 55-inch TV over our mantle. So I switch out small pieces and add in elements of the current season or holiday when and where I can. My picture frames and the lights are a current fixture (along with the TV) – so I am sure this will change a million times over throughout the year.
What are your Easter/Spring holiday essentials?