It feels like spring has sprung itself on us rather quickly this year, doesn't it? While we welcome the warmer weather and blooming gardens with gusto, we're feeling a bit unprepared for Easter Sunday, especially since it falls particularly early this year, on April 1, to be exact. Yes, that happens to be next weekend, and no, this is not an April Fools' joke. But don't worry—there's no need to panic just yet. If you love to celebrate this holiday in all its pretty pastel glory but didn't have enough time to plan out your decorations until now, consider these Easter décor ideas your solution.
We found 18 stylish pieces to make your brunch plans and Easter egg hunts look polished and seasonally appropriate. In even better news, we made sure to include items that are available for delivery within the next few days. If you get your shopping done within the next week, you'll get your picks by Easter—they're just a hop, skip, and click away. Since time is of the essence, scroll through to get some Easter décor ideas, and then shop your favorite elevated Easter essentials.
For the Children's Baskets
Use these alabaster eggs to beautify a child's basket or simply place them in a catchall to step up your tabletop décor game. Clustered together, these are a great way to go with the holiday theme. But you can also keep them around all year since they don't look too seasonal on their own.
If you're planning on creating an Easter egg hunt or attending a larger one in the community, make sure you come prepared with a pretty little basket to fill.
Let the Easter Bunny write a message to little ones on these gift tags, and then tie them to their basket of goodies.
No kid's basket would be complete without something sweet to snack on.
If you're on the hunt for a kid-friendly activity besides Easter egg hunts, these cookie cutters definitely fit the bill. You could just do both and put them in their baskets so you can make Easter-themed sugar cookies together after the hunt.
For the Kitchen and the Table
Stack these classic floral paper napkins on the kids' table or bring them along for a picture-perfect Sunday picnic.
Pastel plating will elevate your tabletop style in any season, but these are particularly fitting for an Easter Sunday spread.
These Cornish egg boards offer a pretty way to display your artfully dyed Easter eggs, but they're transitional enough to add to your brunch tablescapes year-round.
If you're hosting a large, casual brunch or an outdoor barbecue, don't be shy about using paper plates. These floral tea party plates will make the cleanup process a lot easier, and their whimsical, colorful aesthetic is lovely for spring.
Seersucker fabric is nothing short of pleasant, especially in these green, blue, and yellow hues. So if you feel like giving your breakfast nook an update and enjoying your Easter eggs without making a mess, here's the tablecloth for you.
A stylish apron that also keeps your clothing clean is essential if you're planning on being busy in the kitchen while also visiting with family or catching up with friends.
For a Festive Atmosphere
Though you could go the traditional route and use this cake stand to display Easter desserts in the dining room or kitchen, it's also a pretty, spring-ready décor item to display your jewelry. Or use it as a water-cooler mount in the yard to keep everyone hydrated during an Easter egg hunt.
If your outdoor festivities extend into the evening, these string lanterns will create a light and celebratory ambiance. Hang them on the veranda or by an outdoor fireplace during the warmer months, and bring them indoors when it gets colder.
This is the perfect wreath to greet your guests and celebrate the natural beauty of spring without playing into the holiday theme too much so it'll last beyond Easter day.
These decorative bowls are a stunning shade of rose gold and pewter that you'll want to display front and center in your living room all year round.
If you're hosting a larger brunch or dinner party, these sparrow name card holders will help you stay organized and double as Easter décor.
Fill these pretty blue and gold dishes with candy, and place them on the coffee table or on a console in the entryway for your guests to enjoy.
Now that you have all your décor ideas figured out, start planning the Easter brunch menu.
>This post was originally published on April 13, 2017, and has since been updated.