Easter is such a special time of the year. Spring is just starting to bring its light, color and new growth around here. Living in Denver, our spring arrives a little late, but a few of our early bloomers are beginning to show their happy faces. Over the last couple of weeks, I have shared a few posts of some of my spring and Easter decor, so today I thought I would pull it all together in an Easter Home Tour.
Being so excited about the upcoming spring, I started early with adding some spring decor to our island in the kitchen. This season, I decided to keep things fresh and simple and mostly worked with just green and white.
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We host a large age range of kids on Easter Sunday, so I created this table for the older ones. For this table setting, I wanted it to be festive, but not look too “young” for the teenagers. Using the potted greenery not only saved money on fresh flowers, but they will also last up until Easter Sunday and then I can plant them in my garden after the festivities. Bonus!!
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Our Easter Dinner starts at 4 p.m., so it is still light outside, so I really wanted this table to also feel fresh and bright. I also didn’t want to break the bank because of how many wonderful guests we are entertaining that afternoon and evening. This post included a lot of money saving tips and creative ideas to design a similar look.
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Even though these table settings and centerpieces were different, there are several things I used that tied all of the designs together.
The moss…used in all four of the areas I decorated.
Green wine glasses…both table settings have the same green glasses.
Bunnies…a variety of different sizes and colors were featured throughout the designs.
Speckled Easter eggs…any combination of eggs sprinkled onto the tables will do the trick!
Thank you for stopping by my Easter Home Tour. Hopefully, this provided some inspiration and ideas for your own Easter celebrations. I also genuinely hope you have a glorious time with your own family and friends this Easter.
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Cheers and happy Easter decorating,
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