5 Easter ideas to upgrade your at- home celebration 

Easter time is for gather together and eat otherworldly amounts of chocolate.

Our homes provide the main setting for celebrations and just as we do for Christmas, Easter provides the opportunity to have some fun and transform spaces, which can easily be achieved with different ideas and layers of pastel colours, spring blooms and dainty decs. Whether you’re hosting an Easter egg hunt in the garden or a weekend filled with hot cross bun brunching here are some simple ideas for you to create an Easter in Style!

  1. Create a hanging branch centre piece 

Create a unique branch style Easter tree, decorated with painted baubles, or small chocolate Easter eggs. You can foraged your own branches and add them to large vases or as most DIYers would suggest, hanging the branches from small ceiling hooks. Adding colourful ribbon and fake blossom will really pull the look together. 

2. Easter dessert board for a crowd

Charcuterie boards are a fun festive desert idea for any occasion and these dessert or cheese and meat boards are perfect to feed lots of guest. You can be as creative as possible, thee is no wrong way to make a charcuterie board…you really can’t go wrong! Choose your ingredients and just keep layering, adding fruits, veggies, chocolates and Easter biscuits. 

3. No sew odd sock bunny

Put your odd sock in a glass and fill with rice. Add some string to tie the top of the socks, then add some string to the centre to make two parts. (The head and the body) draw with a felt tip pen the eyes and a cross for the nose. Cut the top to make ears. Hoppy Easter! 

4. Bunny Napkin.

Keeping budget in mind and creative mind you can make your table shine and impress guests with simple but beautiful presentations. Add your folded napkins around your Easter eggs or decorative eggs and tie with some string to secure. 

5. Fresh cut flowers. Easter flower arrangements prove sometimes simple is best. Showcase the bounty of spring with a trio of cut blooms in simple vases. Look for early spring flowers like hyacinths, anemones, and irises.