The top Easter decor trends for 2023

It’s always nice to spruce up your home for a new season, especially when it’s a festive one. As soon as spring lands, we’re always tempted to fill the home with daffodils and tulips, and treat ourselves to an Easter egg (regardless of when Easter actually is).

If you’re someone who likes to dress up the house for Easter, you may be looking for alternative ways to decorate. Jess Martin, decoration expert at Ginger Ray, has teamed up with event stylist Claudia Collins to share their top tips for creating five of the biggest Easter decoration trends on TikTok this year.

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#Easterdecor2023 currently has 1.2 million views on TikTok so there’s plenty of inspiration out there, but these are the top decor ideas that really stand out…

The top Easter decor trends for 2023

Mini egg madness

Who doesn’t love mini eggs? As much as we enjoy eating them throughout Easter – and a bit before and after the event too – non-edible ones can be used to decorate your home.

Jess suggests: ‘Try making an easter tree out of some branches and hanging some decorative eggs on it. Or, add the subtle pattern in the form of speckled ceramics and tablecloths.’

Claudia adds: ‘Pastel colours work beautifully when paired with soft whites and neutrals. To bring the pastels back into your tablescape you can add candles, confetti, or ribbons.’

Mossy centrepieces

Easter grass table runner

#Mossdecoration has over 96k views on TikTok and for spring, they’re taking centre stage on our tables.

Jess says: ‘You can find moss growing in most damp environments so all you need to do is collect some, add it to a bowl then finish with some bunnies or easter eggs – a few flowers would also look great.’

Statement napkins

Easter napkin holder

Making bunny ears out of a napkin isn’t as hard as it looks. Claudia suggests choosing a base colour for the napkin that complements the rest of your table linen.

Jess adds: ‘If the thought of folding napkins into intricate shapes seems intimidating, try adding some fun napkin holders in playful shapes.’

Daisy crazy

The impact of TV show Daisy Jones and The Six has reached our wardrobes and our interiors – #70sdecor has a huge 19.7 million views on TikTok right now. With that comes big, bold floral patterns and prints.

Claudia says: ‘Daisies are so pretty this season so why not display them in some bud vases, if using faux stems add water for a realistic effect. Jam jars, empty candle pots, wine bottles or even reed diffusers can be upcycled with spray paint or ribbon.’

Spring wreaths

Spring wreaths are nothing new, but they continue to be a popular way to bring some Easter cheer to the home. Jess says: ‘Make a statement with a floral wreath made up of just one bloom or combine some seasonal flowers with some foliage for a colourful, mixed display. Or, use a wreath as a gorgeous table centrepiece. A wreath will fit perfectly around a vase or a bowl of flowers or decorations.’ See our pick of wreaths here.

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