7 Easy Easter Decorations For Your Home


7 Easy Easter Decorations For Your Home

Easter has to be one of our favourite holidays here at Sophie Allport, mainly because it's acceptable to eat chocolate and hot cross buns for breakfast but also the gorgeous spring décor and beautiful blooms. This year we decided to get fully involved in Easter faffing and had so much fun putting together some easy Easter decorations for you to try at home. 

    1. Egg-cellent Easter Table Setting. We decided to style an Easter table setting using our lovely Hare table linens, perfect for an Easter afternoon tea with cake and hot cross buns! Lay out your placemats, napkins and table runner, fill a jug with beautiful spring flowers and scatter little decorations like our felt decorations across the table. You can also add mini birds nests filled with eggs to the table for a playful element, but just make sure your guests know which eggs they can actually eat! We'd recommend keeping real eggs in their egg cups just to be on the safe side. 
      Easy Easter Decorations For Your Home
    2. Spring Decor. A quick and easy way to style the seasons is to update your kitchen textiles. We have a whole range of spring designs that are perfect for Easter, like our Boxing Hares collection pictured below. We've also started using our fine bone china pieces to display spring blooms. Gather some fresh cuttings from your garden and fill our Easter mugs and jam jars, position them on your bedside table or shelves to ensure your next 'shelfie' is styled perfectly for spring. 
      Easter decorations for the kitchen, aga
    3. Easter Tree. Easter trees are simple but can make a huge statement to your Easter decor. We created a beautiful Easter tree which makes a lovely home decoration for spring and a wonderful centrepiece. Read our blog on how to make an Easter tree of your own at home. Our Felt Decorations and Decorative Eggs are perfect for hanging from the branches and also make cute little gifts. You can also drape over strands of ribbon, hang painted eggs or Easter shaped card decorations. 
      7 Easy Easter Decorations For Your Home
    4. Painted Easter Decorations. Easter really is all about the eggs and whilst it's a great idea to use Cadburys Mini Eggs to decorate, there's a high chance that you'll find your decorations gone by the end of the day (the temptation is just too much). An alternative way is to paint some lovely pastel eggs like the ones below. To do this we ordered some polystyrene eggs, you can find these in almost all craft shops at this time of year, then we got a couple of pastel paint samples to cover the eggs. Once they're dry use a smaller paintbrush with a darker colour to flick paint over the eggs to create a 'speckled' look, or simply leave them as they are. The great thing about making these Easter egg decorations is that you can be as creative as you like and it's a great Easter activity for kids.  
      Easter decorations for your home
    5. Spring Bedding. Nothing says Happy Easter more than our cosy Sheep bedding. Whilst it's not exclusively designed as Easter bedding we can't think of a better excuse to refresh your room for spring. Complete your spring bedroom makeover with relaxing scents, Sophie's Honey Spiced Lavender Candle and Diffuser will add an indulgent fragrance that brings relaxation and calm. 
      Easter bedroom decoration ideas
    6. Bunny Napkins. An Easter table just wouldn't be complete without bunny-shaped napkins. We used our Boxing Hares napkins and Hares placemats to create this look and scattered the table with painted eggs for a more fresh take on an Easter table setting. An egg wreath with a beautiful candle will make an eggcellent centrepiece. You can buy these ready-made or attempt at making your own by gathering moss, feathers, twigs and eggs for a rustic wreath or use beautiful spring blooms to brighten up the look, after all, wreaths aren't just for Christmas! 
      7 Easy Easter Decorations For Your Home
    7. How To Make Bunny Shaped Napkins. Follow the steps below to re-create the bunny shaped napkins just like the ones we folded in the image above. If you try this at home make sure you tag on us Instagram #SophieAllport as we'd love to see yours.

    How to make bunny ear napkins


    • So glad to know you are keeping all your staff safe. Well done. Stay safe everyone.

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    • Lovely ideas there and I am sooo glad you are back! Keep safe

      Susie Thomson on

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