Lately, we’ve seen decorated evergreens for just about every holiday and occasion, like unicorn trees and conifers decked out for Halloween. And why should Easter be any exception? On Instagram, the hashtag #EasterTree has more than 37,000 posts and counting. Inspired by the classic Easter egg tree centerpieces we’ve decorated with for years, this new idea has people digging their Christmas trees back out of the attic and decking them out in a rainbow of pastels.
To make your own, dig out your artificial tree from Christmas and give it a spring makeover: Decorate with colorful eggs, faux carrots, pastel ornaments, and even a pair of bunny ears at the top. And since many people are hanging up their holiday lights again right now as a symbol of hope and cheer, your Easter tree will fit right in.
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This Easter tree is an explosion of color. Dress up a flocked artificial tree for spring by tucking faux egg branches and pastel beads into the boughs. Add a few stuffed bunnies, pastel ornaments, and paper carrots for a colorful mix. Top the entire thing with an Easter egg wreath and some bunny ears for the perfect springtime tree.
One of my Easter trees. I keep up at least 12 trees all year long and decorate them for different seasons. #Easter #eastertree #easterdecoration #easterbunny #farmhouse #frenchcountrycottage #frenchcountrydecor #frenchcountrycottage #farmliving #frenchcountrydecor
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Cozy and Natural
For a more subtle Easter tree, try decorating with modern farmhouse decor. Start with some twinkling string lights, then add faux carrots like these from Etsy, and a few stuffed rabbits. Continue adding your favorite pastel decor, including wooden ornaments, fabric rose petals, and pinecones to complete your tree.
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Sparkly and Maximalist
Decorate your tree with a “more is more” mentality! For a result as colorful as this one, cover a flocked Christmas tree with egg garland (we found these on Etsy), decorative eggs, sequined bunnies, and a few carrots. We also noticed a giant Easter gnome under the tree, making this a super on-trend Easter setup.
It’s a somewhat stressful time at the moment, so I chose to inject a bit of joy! Our mental health is even more important in times like this. So I am making my own happy, and will continue find ways to create moments of joy with my family. We’ll be playing games, doing crafts, watching films, but all without pressure and expectation. Just being in the moment, and feeling grateful to have my boys safe with me. And well, if we’re going to be living in a bubble for a bit, I might as well make it Easter themed 🤷🏽♀️ 🐰 🐣 . . #homespunheath #handmadehome #supportsmall #smalbizclub #eastertree #easter #thoughtfulthursday #thankfulthursday #family #makeyourownhappy
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Easter Bunny Approved
We love that this tree includes a few cardboard Easter baskets among the string lights and Easter decor. For a more natural-looking tree, use large flocked pinecones to decorate, then add smaller decorative eggs for a pop of color among the branches. Add a DIY Bunny Wreath at the top and enjoy your tree all spring long!
Hello again sweet people🤗 It’s been a minute. Hard to believe what is going on in the world right now. Trying to trust God and take each day as it comes. Lots of prayer, family time, and finding Joy in the little things. Holiday decor has always brought me Joy. I’m hoping this Easter tree lifts your spirits and reminds us that we are all in this together. We will make it through and be better together 🙏🏻 Sending lots of Love, Hope, Joy, Peace, Strength, and Faith your way💕 #bettertogether #easterdecor #stayhome #holidaydecor #happyeaster #familytime #littlemissmistletoe #eastertree
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Robin's Egg Blue
This Easter tree is simple to recreate, but breathtaking when finished. Start with a white artificial tree and white string lights. Keep the decorations simple with a few large decorative eggs and wooden turquoise ornaments. Tie a blue and white buffalo check ribbon into a classic bow and secure it to the top of the tree for the finishing touch.
Are you looking for a fun and unique Farmhouse Easter decor ideas? How about pulling your Christmas tree out of storage to decorate it for Easter? Today, I am sharing how I designed my Farmhouse-inspired Easter Tree! 🐰 🐰 🐰 I have collab'd with Dawn over at @Cutefetti to share our Easter Tree inspo! Check out her Pink Easter tree as well!! . . . Get this DIY in my BIO! . . . . #EasterTree #EasterTrees #EasterChristmasTree #EasterDecor #Easter2020 #Homedecor #Farmhouse #rustic #chic #EasterEggs #EasterBunnies #EasterTree #Tree #ChristmasTree #SpringTree #BHG
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If you loved the floral Christmas tree trend last year, this may be the perfect addition to your Easter decor. Incorporate faux peonies, roses, and other springtime blooms into your Easter tree, and wrap the branches in tulle garland. Don’t forget to add carrots and some fabric bunnies to complete the look.