4 Creative Easter Party Decoration Ideas
Food, fun and favors are all exciting elements of a fun Easter party, and decorations can make the event even more enjoyable. Parties are always great with some extra pizzazz! This list of creative Easter party decoration ideas from Pottery Barn Kids shows how easy it is to make your party decor from scratch. With just a few supplies and a little bit of time, you can create customized decorations that you and your family will be able to enjoy for the entire Easter season. Plus, all of these Easter party decoration ideas are simple and fun so little ones can join in, too!
Charming Carrot Garland
If you’re looking for simple but effective Easter party decorating ideas, this is a great start! All you’ll need is some newspaper, felt, tape, scissors, craft glue and orange yarn, plus some rough twine and floral wire for hanging. First, cut your felt into strips with fringed, leafy ends, then wrap and squish a sheet of newspaper around a few of these strips until it’s vaguely carrot shaped. You’ll use tape to hold the newspaper in place and give it more of a uniform look, but remember that real carrots are lumpy and uneven, so don’t worry about making them too smooth. After you’ve created your carrot shapes, you can wrap the orange yarn tightly around each and glue it into place. When that’s dry, you can use floral wire to poke through the carrots and attach to your twine for hanging.
Eye-Catching Egg Balloons
Balloons make for fun party decor on any occasion, and you can make them Easter-ready with a little crafty ingenuity. Simply use air to blow up some balloons, tie them off and use paper, markers or stickers to add extra colors and patterns the way you would with an Easter egg. Do this with a few different balloons and hang them upside down from the ceiling. Water balloons are often more oval-shaped than their conventional counterparts, so you might want to opt for this style as a fun alternative. Simply blow them up normally rather than filling them with water to keep them light and practical.
Sweet Eggshell Floral Displays
Eggs provide major inspiration for Easter party decor, and you can use that to your advantage with this simple and sweet floral display idea. All you’ll need are some empty eggshells that are about halfway intact, egg cups or cartons, tiny flowers and a little bit of water. Once you have your materials, put some water in the base of your eggshells, place the eggs in their containers and arrange a tiny bouquet of flowers inside. They’re perfect for a kids’ party! You can use any combination of elements you’d like—specifics like color are completely customizable!
When it comes to your bouquet, many places see an abundance of small, springtime flowers in bloom by the time Easter rolls around – from grape hyacinth and viola to lily of the valley, mini daffodils, crocuses and snowdrops, you’ll likely have plenty of options to choose from right outside your door. If not, don’t worry. You can pick out some pretty, small flowers from your local florist or grocery store.
Colorful Easter Egg Wreath
Plastic Easter eggs are great for baskets and egg hunts, but they’re also perfect for creating a family Easter wreath!. First, gather plastic eggs in the style and colors you love, along with a hot glue gun and a foam wreath base. Once the hot glue gun is heated and ready to go, start gluing the Easter eggs to the foam wreath form. Because this project requires the hot glue gun, you might want to be in charge of putting it together, however, little ones can help you decide on design elements like egg color and placement.