How much do you decorate for Easter? I enjoy adding a little shabby chic here and there .. and maybe a vintage bunny or two. Today I’m sharing a round up of some of my favorite Easter Bunny Decorating Ideas. You’ll notice that some of these items are in my home. I always share items that I truly love. Let’s window shop and get inspired!
Chocolate Easter bunny mold: Use this vintage mold to create chocolates or as part of an Easter vignette. Make sure to visit this blog post to learn how to make chocolate Easter bunnies using this mold!
Milk glass bowls: There is something so nostalgic about milk glass. I like to fill mine with pastel Easter candy.
Peter rabbit garden tumblers: These are reminiscent of when my kids were younger. The Tale of Peter Rabbit is one of my favorite children’s books. The young, mischievous Peter Rabbit sneaks into Mr. McGregor’s garden and is chased around. He finally escapes and returns home to his mother who then puts him to bed after some chamomile tea.
Seagrass Easter basket: I use mine as decor in the springtime. Fill with eggs or flowers for happy and joyful Easter decor.
French Rabbit grain sack pillow cover: I thought this was so sweet and the neutral tone works with most decor.
Farm house kitchen island: I have one of these in my kitchen and love it! Woods are essential for spring decorating and this is one of my favorite pieces.
I hope you found something you love or that inspired you for springtime!