Hosting Easter this year? Never fear. We have the perfect Easter decor tips so you can wow your guests this season. Here’s how to welcome Easter guests in style.
Nothing screams spring like blooms placed all around your home. If you’re hosting Easter, decorate every room in your house with fresh flowers. Not sure which to choose? Here is a guide to the significance of the most popular Easter flowers to help you decide.
- Tulip: This flower is probably the one you’re most used to seeing during spring. It’s said to be the messenger of passion and love. Tulips come in various colors, from deep purple to pure white to cream to pastel yellow. Choose one that matches your decor to put in a vase in your home.
- Lily: A lily is another bloom popular during the Easter holiday because it represents love and hope – two of the core Christian values. The single flower stem depicts the resurrection of Christ three days after his death. You’ll probably see plenty of these decorating your church. Try decorating with them in your home, too!
- Daisy: Daises are a very common flower but are also significant for Easter celebration. They symbolize purity and peace. Daises also come in many different shades.
Lack a green thumb? Opt for some faux flower arrangements instead. That way, you can enjoy the look all year round. The best part is that these high-quality blooms look real – no one will notice the difference.
If you want to wow your guests at dinner, there’s no better way to do so than buying new dinnerware sets. Take a peek at your old plates, glasses and silverware. Do they have scratches, chips or dullness? If so, invest in some new styles. Buy a pair that fits your kitchen or living room’s theme. Make sure you have enough for all of your guests at the party. Hint: Pastel-colored dinnerware is festive and versatile, so you can use it after the holiday, too.
“Your guests will love seeing themselves in picture frames around your home.”
Adding picture frames is a great way to make your home cozier and warmer. Buy some family photo frames, and add your favorite pictures. Not only will this personalize your home, but you can also showcase how everyone has grown throughout the years. Plus, your guests will love seeing their smiling faces on your walls and side tables.