Today, I’m excited to be sharing a bit of inspiration for Easter entertaining. I wanted to show how you do easter decor on a budget. How for Easter there are some pieces you can buy and use year after year, some items I have pulled from other areas of my home what do I call this again, ah yes….” Homecycled” but there is a lot that was just a £1.00 so not an issue if they get damaged or you want to throw out and start again next year.
I’d like to invite you into Conservatory. We use this room for dining and entertaining, as it’s such a bright room with lovely views of the garden. Here is a view of my dining table, where I have worked on styling the bright and pastel Easter décor through the centre of the table, whilst using my new pink dinnerware to complete the lovely spring feel.
For this, I have mainly used Easter eggs and chocolates from Poundland and TK Maxx, with all décor items from Poundland bar the faux flowers I bought in the US a couple of years ago. The gorgeous bunny rabbit was £12.99 from TKMaxx and is a keeper to be used every year. And the lovely Card I bought last year from a lovely lady who has a small independent business called Sweet Pea Paperie
Come with me into my sitting room, firstly you will see how I have styled the fireplace with a beautiful spring Garland by Gisela Graham, I am a huge fan of her interior accessories. I have kept the spring faux flowers I bought from next but added a lovely card by Sweet Pea Paperie saying” Somebunny loves you.”
Here is my new marble and brass bar cart from Dunelm, I am completely in love with it and have wanted one for two years, but eventually I was finally able to purchase one, which I have added some spring fizz to! At the centre is a very old Peter Rabbit that my mum bought when I was a little girl. I added some straws, napkins, chicks and little Egg stakes from Poundland, I filled the bowls I picked up last year from Maison du Monde with Mini eggs, and easter eggs, and added my lovely Anthropologie and Next home glassware to complete the look.
I really hope you enjoyed my Easter Post, and it has inspired you to get creative with your space! And if anything you can take from this is, you do not have to spend a fortune to brighten up a room! Go out there, Make & Create