Let’s Decorate for Easter
Easter is one of the most joyful holidays, right next to Christmas, to celebrate with your family. The kids love to get their hands dirty, and help mum decorate the eggs, and not only them but the entire house. The best part is that it is sunny and warm outside, so you can always indulge in outdoor games, and organize the traditional Easter Egg Hunt. If you are looking for some inspiration, don’t hesitate to try some of my suggestions bellow… Without keeping you waiting any more, I have just one thing to say:
Let’s decorate for Easter!
Start with the Front Door
If you are keen on giving your home a thorough holiday makeover, you will need a good starting point. Since you will have all sorts of Easter decorations in- and outdoors, beginning with the front door seems like a reasonable place to start. Read more..
What can you do to jazz up your front door? Well, many things, but what I really love is the idea of an Easter wreath. Just like with Christmas, it is always a sign of holiday spirit, and the sky is the limit when it comes to the materials you could use, the shape you could choose, and even the size. Moreover, the children will have a kick helping you assemble the unit.
Need some fabulous ideas for DIY Easter wreath? Here are my favourite picks:
Easter Centrepieces for the Table
OK, I will have to admit it is IMPOSSIBLE to cover all the possible Easter decorations one can come up with – for that, my dear reader, you will have to use your imagination! Nevertheless, I believe that table centrepieces are essential, not only for decorating for the family lunch on Eater Sunday, but also throughout the entire weekend. The kids, for once, will enjoy seeing them for as long as possible.
Easter Decorations with Vases
Vases could come in very handy when it comes to creating a beautiful centrepiece. You can hang cuttings of Easter bunnies or eggs on some branches. A rather traditional Easter decoration that is very popular in some European cultures. You can also incorporate a vase, or several vases, as a part of a bigger assembly.
Easter Decorations with Bowls, Baskets ans Stands
Bowls, baskets, and egg stands are an Eater must-have. However, no one said that you have to be all dull about them. Even if you buy an egg stand from the nearest store, you can jazz it up with flowers, ribbons, cuttings, glitter, and anything else you have at hand at home, or anything your little one can suggest.
Green Elements for Easter Decorations
Using lent, grass, tulips, leaves and other greenery, s a tradition at most European cultures, where Easter also marks the end of the winter and the beginning of the summer, so why not let the breeze of other cultures in your home, and add some pizzaz to your table centrepieces. However, using natural elements in your Easter decorations is rather tricky, and you will have to conduct a thorough post-Easter cleaning once the holiday is over, warn cleaners Forest Hill.
Hopefully, you have enjoyed my suggestions for Easter decorations. If you have any ideas that you would like to share, I will be more than happy to see them in the comments section. Additionally, I know that the kids can get really ecstatic about the Easter celebrations, so you should consider signing them up for some of the hottest Eater events in Melbourne.