25 Cute Easter Decorations for 2023
Think spring! Taste of Home set stylist, Stacey Genaw, found the cutest Easter decorations money can buy. See what we're adding to our home in 2023.
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The best Easter decorations start on the porch. “You’ll love this spring wreath for your front door,” says Taste of Home set stylist, Stacey Genaw. “It’s simple, pretty and of course feels farmhouse.” We’re particularly smitten with the abundant greenery, neutral ribbon and welcoming “hi” placard. Find more outdoor Easter decorations for your yard and porch.
Embroidered Bunny Pillow
The living room gets a fresh spring upgrade thanks to this embroidered bunny-shaped pillow. It’s Easter appropriate without overwhelming your space when paired with the rest of your Easter decorations.
Do you have a beautiful basket you’d like to display? Easter is the perfect excuse. Load it up with fabric carrots for a farmhouse feel.
Easter Bunny Baskets
Celebrate the Easter bunny a little bit differently with these hanging ear baskets. “I want to hang these from my mantle like stockings,” Stacey says. “They’re so different and yet so simple.” They double as Easter gifts or Easter baskets for kids, especially when you load ’em up with these basket stuffers.
This spring area rug is reminiscent of an English garden—but that’s not even the best part. Each Ruggable rug detaches from its pad for easy washing and drying. Plus, it’s available in a variety of shapes and sizes so you can find the perfect fit for your home. Read our Ruggable review for the full scoop.
Bunny Place Card Holders
Hosting Easter dinner? These bunny place card holders welcome guests while adding a pop of Easter spirit to the table. They scream, “We’re hoppy to have you here!”
“I want a basket of these on my coffee table!” Stacey says of these adorable felted eggs. Opt for a set of six or 12, then pick from a dozen spring-y hues.
Easter Serving Platter
Here’s the thing, Easter decorations don’t have to be all about bunnies, carrots and pastels. When it comes to Easter table decorations, we love this understated serving platter. It’s worthy of our Easter ham recipe, and the delicate trim is appropriate for Easter, Mother’s Day and beyond. Dress up the rest of the table with Easter flowers and colorful accents.
Floral Meadow Tablecloth
“If you want to go all out for your dining table, this spring tablecloth is really cute,” Stacey says. The floral scene (and abundant bunnies) give an Easter feel to any tablescape—even if you’re using everyday dishes.
Polka Dot Napkins
With a trio of pastel colors to pick and adorable polka dots, these colorful napkins are a must-have for your holiday table. “They would look so cute with a themed table runner,” Stacey says.
Ceramic Easter Tree
Yes, ceramic Easter trees are a thing, and we found the cutest lit tree available in four spring-worthy hues. Standing 13-inches tall, it lights up the dessert table, kitchen counter or mantle. It even has a bunny topper! Plus, it makes a great Easter gift for adults.
Jumbo Painted Eggs
“These would be a nice centerpiece to your Easter dining table,” Stacey says of these chambray eggs. Available in two sizes, we love them styled atop a bed of Easter grass.
“I want this carrot wreath for my front door—it’s so pretty and unique,” Stacey says. This bestseller is handcrafted from dried wheat and phalaris grass.
Add some color to the dinner table with these gorgeous blue dessert plates. They pair well with the matching dinner plates or on top of plain white serveware. Here’s where to order Easter dessert online.
Colorful Candle Holder
Add a whimsical element to your dining table or living space with these colorful glass candle holders. They come in a variety of playful designs and colors to match the rest of your spring table decor. Don’t forget the candle accessories for safe burning.
He Is Risen Sign
Honor your religious side with this “He Is Risen” sign. Stacey loves this artwork—available in five sizes and four frame colors—for its simplicity and farmhouse feel.
While a bit of a splurge, these Pottery Barn stone bunny statues are worth the price tag. “They are simple but look classy,” Stacey says. “Plus, they’re timeless.” Enjoy them for Easter today—and many years after. Speaking of bunnies, have you seen a bunny succulent?
If you don’t have time to dye your own, alabaster eggs are a great substitute for decorated eggs. “They would be cute as a decoration on top of dinner plates or in a white basket,” Stacey says. “And I love the colors.”
Carrot Patch Sign
We can’t get enough farmhouse feel in our Easter decor. And this carrot patch sign is a sweet addition to any space.