For many of us, Easter is that time of the year to host special celebrations at home. It’s a time to share and celebrate with the people we love, bring out traditions and rituals (old and new) and spend a wonderful long weekend under the sun.
With Easter just around the corner, we would love to help you celebrate with some special finds that inspire us, reminds us of flowers in the springtime and feels like home. So whether you’re planning a brunch, lunch or dinner – we have got the goods to share that Easter love all around the table.
Drawing inspiration from country cottages, vintage treasures, soft pastel colours and rustic spaces – we love the little touches, the ordinary objects with meaning, different textures and materials, the smell of chocolate and flowers – all the special things that embrace traditions, the weird and wonderful family rituals and for some, just being at Grandma’s house.
From our table to yours, let’s share and celebrate. Check out these Easter ideas to celebrate your weekend at home with food, family and friends.
Start by lighting up the backyard with vintage outdoor string lights!
Decorate the porch or table area with some festive Easter bunting.
What’s on your Easter table? Write down your menu and display it on this super cute house chalkboard!
Invest in a beautiful vintage tablecloth and fill it with your stories of family and food.
Clay ornaments to decorate around the house and add to the festivity!
Dress up the table with these lovely duck egg blue placemats.
Don’t forget these beautiful fringed napkins to complete the setting!
We love this rustic and earthy ceramic dinner plates for festive feasts.
Little wooden spoons to accompany those special sugar and spice bowls.
For the Centerpieces and special spaces, check out these beautiful finds!
Lovely old glass vessels for fresh flowers and adding some shapes and colours to the table.
These unique textured paper bowls are made using natural dying techniques and holds special little things – including little furry rabbits!
Stunning vintage candle holders made from preserving jar lids.
An old enamel jug reminds us of a warm and cosy farmhouse.
“Eggs can mean so many things.” This one of a kind hanging piece is made using seven speckled cast plaster eggs from the family hen and is a beautiful addition to any room, sitting place or occasion.
Now for the kiddies, Easter egg shenanigans here we come! These super cute footprints are great for Easter egg hunts in the garden – just follow the paws!
Easter egg baskets with cute woodland creatures to inspire some serious chocolate hunting.
The blue ceramic egg marks the spot! Check out these cute plant stakes for the garden.
Lastly, for those sweet take home bags for friends and family because theres always room for treats! #treatyoself
Now that you’ve seen our favourite finds, let us know how you will be entertaining this Easter!
Share with us how your family celebrates Easter from anywhere and everywhere – across cultures, traditions or tables and comment/link below 🙂
We wish you all happy celebrations full of love and memories at home!