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Easter 2022 is fast approaching and there’s no better opportunity this side of Christmas to cook, decorate, gather and eat otherworldly amounts of chocolate. We take a hopeful kick in good weather to go out for an Easter egg hunt, stock up on meringue and whipped cream ready for a few shows, and pick branches and flowers and flowers to prepare our houses for a spring celebration in pastel colors. Any excuse for bunting.
“After a cold, wet and stormy winter, we look forward to better times and can celebrate the arrival of spring. 2022 is all about marking milestones and welcoming hopeful new chapters and it looks like UK shoppers are planning to go big this Easter, with customer searches increasing by up to 500% for Easter trees, eggs hanging and Easter wreaths,’ says Wayfair resident style advisor Nadia McCowan Hill.
“Our homes are the main setting for celebrations and just like we do for Christmas, Easter offers the opportunity to have fun and transform spaces, which can easily be achieved with a layer of pretty pastels, spring flowers and of delicate decorations. With an extra-long bank holiday weekend, the occasion gives us a welcome chance to invite friends and family. So whether you are organizing an Easter egg hunt in the garden or a weekend filled with hot brunch, do it in style in April.
Read on for 25 ways to celebrate Easter at home in 2022…
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Easter ideas – Create a hanging branch
Create a unique Easter lunch centerpiece with a hanging branch decorated with painted baubles or small chocolate Easter eggs. Your branch can be foraged, or there are plenty of faux branches available on Etsy with pretty spring flowers (this is a brilliant option.) Most DIYers suggest hanging the branch from small ceiling hooks, so be sure you that your decorations are light.
Shop Now: Easter Collection at Cream Cornwall
Easter Ideas – Add Simple Easter Baubles
If you want to decorate in a more minimal way, these would make great decorations for your hanging branch, or to add to a simple Easter bouquet – lightweight glass balls with dried herbs and flowers hanging inside.
Shop Now: Dried Flower Glass Balls at Cox & Cox
Easter ideas – Add garlands to a fireplace
It’s so common to decorate a fireplace for Christmas, but we’re seeing more and more examples of a wonderfully decorated fireplace for Easter too (more on that below.) If you want something quick and easy, This bunting burlap Easter bunny with delicate LED lights is a brilliant option.
Buy now: Hessian Easter Bunny Bunting at Lights4fun
Easter ideas – Decorating with an Easter wreath
Another Christmas tradition with a fresher, more upbeat approach to Easter. Easter wreaths are most often made with limber branches like willows and decorated with foliage, spring flowers and pastel-colored eggs. There are plenty of pre-made Easter wreaths for those who don’t like to DIY (see our roundup of 15 Easter wreaths here.) We love the idea of hanging them on dining room chairs for lunch Easter.
Buy now: Easter egg wreath at Lights4fun
Easter ideas – Organize an Easter egg hunt (easier)
Encourage a smoother Easter egg hunt for toddlers. Each of these hunting kits contains five bunny ear headbands, five treat bags and 10 balloons printed with instructions.
Shop Now: Balloon Easter Egg Hunt Kit at Ginger Ray
Easter ideas – Buy a bunny basket
If you want to make an egg hunt even more special, consider these cute bunny baskets from Monsoon with 3D faces and floppy floral ears. These are strong enough to be used as storage afterwards.
Buy Now: Ditsy Bunny Basket at Monsoon
Easter ideas – Go for a bold fireplace mantle
Easter ideas – Add bunny ears to everything
Easter ideas – Tablescape with fresh flowers
If you don’t want to buy Easter decorations that will likely sit in a closet for the rest of the year, opt for table decor with fresh flowers instead. A trail of green foliage and white roses laid across a table runner is as simple as it gets.
Shop Now: Easter Tableware Collection at Sophie Allport
Easter ideas – Test meringue nests
Traditional Easter desserts are, predictably, sweet and usually loaded with chocolate eggs. We say embrace both, and try this chocolate meringue nest topped with mini eggs, whipped cream and chocolate shavings…
Get the recipe: Meringue Easter Egg Nest Recipe at Tesco
Easter ideas – Send a flower basket on delivery
For those friends or family members who can’t join you in person, a flower basket could arguably outlast the chocolate… This M&S option includes a fresh spring arrangement of ferns, peace lilies, of white roses, a succulent kalanchoe and a fittonia plant.
Shop now: large spring flower basket at M&S
Easter ideas – Accessorize the egg hunt
Easter ideas – Decorating the garden
Launch into the mild spring weather with hope and decorate your sheds, pavilions or gazebos as backdrops for outdoor Easter egg hunts or garden parties. A simple bunting, an Easter wreath and an abundance of colorful eggs would work wonders.
Shop Now: Samoa Birdhouses, Artificial Guancha Wreath, Artificial Egg Wreath, Neruda Secret Garden Cushion, Karter Cotton Cushion, Flower Bunny Cup, Wire Baskets, Latitude Vive Wicker Basket, Faulkner Pink Rug, all at Wayfair
Easter ideas – Bet on colorful dishes
If you’re hesitant to buy Easter decorations, use colorful tableware instead to create a springtime vibe. Anything with playful patterns and bright, hopeful colors will be enough to liven up an otherwise plain table.
Shop Now: House Beautiful Bright Abstract Tableware at Homebase
Easter ideas – Make showstoppers
For the confident baker. These little show stoppers have two layers of chocolate sponge cake, buttercream frosting, and a delicate nest filling to hold your chocolate eggs (made with shredded wheat of all things…)
Get the recipe: Easter egg nest cupcakes recipe at Tesco
Easter ideas – Create a striking centerpiece
Easter decoration is also for grown-ups. We’re totally smitten with this fabulous Easter installation that uses simple willow branches and paper balls as a sophisticated centerpiece. Keep your table linens crisp and white, and let some simple chalk colors pop.
Buy now: Layered Lounge Easter Collection
Easter Ideas – Be Minimal
For those who err on the side of minimalism and cringe at the sight of primary colors and sugary buntings, your decorating can be as simple as adding a handful of spring branches to a bud vase.
Buy now: House Beautiful Naomi Mushroom Stores at Hillarys
Easter Ideas – Make Clever Bunny Napkins
Simplicity itself, but a treat for the Easter table nonetheless. Choose colorful cotton towels like these beautiful examples from Tori Murphy and tie them around an egg (hard to avoid accidents, or wooden decorations would work too) to create soft bunny ears.
Shop Now: Harbor Stripe Towels at Tori Murphy
Easter ideas – Add spring colors to your home
Although we’ve passed the official first day of spring, Easter often feels like the unofficial start of the season. The layers of warm blankets and deep colors that envelop us during winter can start to feel heavy as the outdoors begin to bloom, so we’re strong proponents of introducing bold pops of color. hope that reflect the season.
Buy now: House Beautiful Claudette Sofa at DFS
Easter ideas – Get an Easter cake delivered
There are those of us who don’t have the skills or inclination to tackle Easter recipes at home, so why not let the pros do it for you. Cutter and Squidge have a wide variety of spectacular cakes with nationwide delivery.
Order Now: Chocolate Easter Egg Cake at Cutter and Squidge
Easter ideas – Use a wreath as a centerpiece
We are all for a multifunctional accessory. This pastel-toned wreath with speckled Easter eggs can be hung on the front door or used as a table wreath for a simple, impactful centerpiece.
Shop Now: Easter Table Wreath at Lights4fun
Easter ideas – celebrating outdoors
Check your weather forecast and celebrate outside if you can. This fresh alfresco dining plan from Sophie Allport puts the simplest decor to good use – lay out your table runner, add throw pillows and seat pads to your patio furniture and top it off with wooden jugs. pottery filled with seasonal flowers.
Shop Now: Hare Collection at Sophie Allport
Easter Ideas – Memorize the Day
A great craft activity to keep the little ones busy. Pick some spring flowers on a country walk (those foraging pouches can really come in handy) and use this pressed flower kit from John Lewis & Partners to memorize the day.
Buy Now: Talking Tables Pressed Flower Kit at John Lewis & Partners
Easter ideas – Host a garden party
Another idea that depends on the weather, but we are still hopeful. Ideal for large families, forego a sit-down lunch, host your Easter celebrations outdoors and host an informal garden party.
Buy now: Easter decorations at Lights4fun
Easter ideas – Create your own wreath
One for budding DIYers. Create your own Easter wreath with this kit from Etsy that includes a metal hoop and wire, moss, foliage, and cut-to-size dried flowers.
Shop Now: Easter Garland Making Kit on Etsy
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