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Easter decorations with a twist to get you in the mood for spring

Easter decorations with a twist to get you in the mood for spring

It’s been a long winter, but spring is finally here. And that means one thing: Easter is coming. Of course, we usually believe in everything in moderation – even our juice – but since Easter is the ultimate treat season, a little bit of extravagance won’t hurt. Just this once. So, as we get ready to go big with the chocolate, why not go big on the Easter decorations, too?

However you’re celebrating, some simple but impactful decor ideas can brighten up your Easter – and give your home a spring refresh at the same time.

So, here’s some effortless but ultimately overindulgent decor ideas that’ll help you and your friends and family have a maximalist Easter.

Traditional with a twist

There’s no way around it: Easter is a time for traditions. But pretty pastels and Enid Blyton rabbits aren’t for everyone. Instead you can clash traditional Easter staples with trending colours and materials to put your own spin on things when it comes to decorating.

Easter eggs – well, obviously. But don’t settle for standard, get creative. You can paint your eggs, cover them in glitter or sequins, stick things on them… anything goes! And when it comes to colour, the brighter the better – don’t just stick to the usual pastels. Go bright, try dark jewel tones, or full on neon. Or, just look at our cartons for inspiration!

imager courtesy of: Becky Stayner for Country Living

Easter trees – do two in one by hanging your eggs from an Easter tree. There are loads of good DIY options (like these). But then again, you don’t have to play by the rules. This is another traditional option with endless new variations. Flowers? Feathers? Literally anything you want? The choice is yours.

Easter baskets – this is a true essential for an Easter egg hunt. Where else are your kids (or you, we won’t judge) going to keep all that chocolate? To make yours extra unique, you can wrap yours in fabric, or even make it bloom by adding a few bulbs and using it as a planter.

One to remember: Try buying one or two key pieces to reuse every year – it’ll be worth it in the long run. See what you can upcycle: raid the local charity shops for bits and pieces. It’s good for the environment, plus it makes for more unique decorations. And remember that you can always lean on old tradition – or have fun starting some new ones of your own!

Give your guests table envy

The table is at the centre of everyone’s Easter celebrations, so you want to make sure yours is on point. Start with a simple runner or tablecloth – whether you go traditional or contemporary, there’s no better, or easier, way to add colour to your table.

Then we come to laying the table: start with some coasters. These homemade egg coasters are super cute, and you could get away with using them all year round. Add some Easter mugs – or even better, some special glassware for the occasion. Something like these Easter-themed bunny tumblers would be perfect (especially for the kids), or some vintage-inspired floral cups for a more grown up, springtime theme.

Now you just need the right drink to serve in them…

Easter Punch Mocktail

eager easter punch with cranberry juice

This Easter punch mocktail is the perfect fruity drink to cut through all that chocolate. It’s refreshing, tangy, colourful, and beautifully simple to make.

Ingredients:

  • 1l pink lemonade
  • 1l Eager cranberry juice
  • 500ml soda water
  • Fresh mint springs, to garnish
  • Sliced lemon, to garnish
  • Sliced strawberries, to garnish
  • Ice

Pour the ice into a large punchbowl. Add the pink lemonade, Eager cranberry juice and soda water before stirring it all together gently. Add the garnish then ladle into glasses to serve – and that’s it! A delicious Easter mocktail for everyone to enjoy.

Have an Eager Easter

When it comes to hosting your family and friends at Easter, planning is key.

Eager’s delicious, classic juices come delivered straight to your door Plus, they can be kept anywhere, not just in the fridge, so no storage stress here. Get an order in so you don’t have to worry about running out – you’ll be thirsty after all that chocolate.

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