Easter tree ideas: 7 ways to decorate your Easter tree
Easter is just around the corner, so it's time to think about decorating. Here are a few of our favourite Easter Tree ideas...
Everybody has felt that empty feeling after taking down the Christmas decorations, when you're suddenly left with a room that feels rather bare. But with Easter just around the corner, now is the perfect time to start thinking about seasonal decorations to make your space feel full of life once again.
An easter tree is a popular decorative choice, and is a great way to use foraged materials and fallen branches from your garden. There are so many fun ways to bring your Easter tree to life, so if you're new to these decorations or simply need some inspiration for this year's display, look no further. Here are a few ways to decorate your Easter tree this year...
Easter tree ideas
Brighten up a room with a floral Easter tree
Though many people opt for bare branches to decorate, choosing branches with flowers and leaves still attached is a lovely way to bring life and light to your space. Of course, these branches will need to be strong enough to hold up your decorations, but this is a great choice for anyone with bountiful blooms in their garden.
Pair with pretty tulips
For a balance of rustic and pretty, combining foraged twigs with delicate tulips makes for a pleasing display. Carefully arranged in your favourite vase and decorated with your choice of decorations (we chose these wooden eggs from Layered Lounge), it's perfect as a centrepiece of placed on an entryway console table.
Make use of your antiques
If you have an antique candle holder or candelabra, why not use it as the base of your Easter tree? It's a great way to add structure to your creation, as well as plenty of character. Create cohesion by hanging your decorations from the tree branches and the candelabra.
Keep it simple and understated
If you're more of a minimalist, a simple, long-branched Easter tree might be more your style. Place on a window sill or over a table with a few of your favourite Easter decorations hanging down – it will look pretty without obstructing your view, whether it's out the window or the person sitting opposite you.
A large round dining table can often feel quite empty, so anchoring it with a pretty centrepiece is always a lovely idea. If you're opting for an Easter tree that's more on the sparse side, pop it in the centre of you table with a few light-weight decorations. It won't take up too much space, but it will add a sprinkle of seasonal style to the setting.
Pastel colours always come into their own around the Easter and Spring seasons, so it seems a fitting colour scheme for your Easter tree. Pair with muted-toned candles and vintage tea sets for an aesthetic display.
Here's one for the maximalists! Mix patterns, colours and styles to create a statement Easter tree. Let the branches hang wildly with decorations sitting at varying heights. And don't worry about making everything match – clashing your tableware will offer a truly eclectic look to your display.
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