Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that Easter is my favorite holiday.  Yep. I said it. Some of you might be surprised by that, but my reasons are threefold. 1) Easter signifies the foundation of my faith and hope every day. 2) Easter reminds me of fresh flowers, crisp springtime air, and all the childhood egg hunts I dominated growing up. I was one heck of an egg finder, let me tell you. 3) Easter brunch has to be the BEST holiday meal of all time. I mean, what other holiday meal has bacon, coffee, AND waffles? Not Thanksgiving, that’s for sure. Everything about Easter is awesome and I always get so excited when it rolls around. I don’t typically do a ton of decorating for Easter, although I am planning to do a few special things this year, which I can’t wait to show you lovely people. But in the meantime, I have been doing what I do what best–gathering inspiration from Pinterest! I’ve tracked down 15 gorgeous farmhouse style Easter decor ideas that I know you will love.

Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas. Great Easter table setting.

This adorable Easter tablescape from Bless’er House is simple yet perfect–I love that little nest!

Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas

How cute is this vintage Easter egg place setting from Rooms for Rent Blog?! I need to make a few of these pronto.

Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas

Nothing but beauty here. This gorgeous spring moss and Easter egg tablescape is from Liz Marie Blog.

Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas

Moss covered bunnies?! There’s something about this I’m really loving. I think these would be perfect on the front porch. See the tutorial from A Purdy Little House.

Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas. Easter egg tree.

Have you ever done an Easter egg tree? Such a fun idea and I know my kiddos would love it. Source: Pinterest

Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas. Great idea for an Easter tablescape!

I’m obsessed with the little carrots in this Easter tablescape. What a cute idea! Find it on From My Front Porch To Yours.

Farmhouse style Easter decor idea.

I’m loving all the pretty colors in this bright and fresh Easter kitchen vignette from the StoneGable Blog. Those tulips are heavenly.

Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas. Easter Mantel idea.

This simple spring mantel with those little white bunnies works perfectly for Easter. See it all over on the DIY Show Off.

Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas

Flowers in a white pitcher and Easter eggs in a vintage scale. Doesn’t get much easier than that! From The Everyday Home Blog.

Farmhouse style Easter decor ideas

Another beautiful shot from Liz Marie Blog–this three tiered tray is perfectly done for Easter!

Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas

I love, love, love this neutral Easter wreath from Live Laugh Rowe. And bonus points, it will only take 5 minutes to make!

Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas

How cute is the DIY Easter egg topiary tree?! Check out the easy tutorial over at Sand & Sisal.

 Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas. Beautiful neutral Easter table setting.

Everything about this gorgeous Easter table setting from Rooms for Rent Blog is perfect. Whose ready for brunch?!

Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas. Beautiful Easter tablescape with fresh flowers and greenery.

This stunning Easter table is all about flowers and more flowers. So much beauty happening here, I love it every little detail. See the whole table at Veranda.

Farmhouse style Easter decor ideas.

Sometimes all you need is a cute Easter Bunny printable and a bit of greenery to make it work. Check out Nina Hendrick’s blog to get this free Easter printable!

Pinterest is literally overflowing with Easter inspiration right now. It was hard to choose just a handful to share with you all today. But I hope you liked this farmhouse style roundup and maybe got a few ideas for yourself out of it. I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait for Easter to roll around in a few weeks. I’m actually trying to convince my husband to let me get the kids bunnies for Easter this year. Yep, real life bunnies. He isn’t so fond of the idea right now, but I’m still working on him. I mean, wouldn’t that be so fun to have cute little bunnies running around?! We had bunnies growing up and I loved them. And as far as pets are considered, I think they’re pretty do-able. Right? I really don’t remember having to do much to take care of them when I was young. Plus they don’t need potty-trained or anything like that, which is a big bonus in my book. We’d just need to get a hutch for the backyard and we’d be all set. It’s probably not quite that easy, but I’m looking into it. My husband is thrilled!

Thanks for dropping by today my sweet peeps!

15 Farmhouse Style Easter Decor Ideas.

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5 Comments

  1. Sandy Shepherd wrote:

    I’m not at all surprised that Easter is your favorite holiday. It is also my favorite. What other holiday gives us such hope, happiness and peace. Spring time and Easter are times of new beginning and renewal. I love decorating for Easter and like you trying to convince the hubby to get bunnies. Love your blog

    Posted 3.29.17 Reply
  2. jb wrote:

    Easter has been my #1 Holiday for so many reasons. Love all the Easter themes you selected. I have always had an tree of some sort decorated with eggs when my children were young and even now after all these years I still have a tree all done with colorful eggs, ribbon and carrots……found some burlap carrots at Walmart they were to cute to pass up and look fab on the tree…….enjoy your blog….look forward to each morning.

    Posted 3.29.17 Reply
  3. Marilyn wrote:

    Lovely and elegant. Everything is so pretty. Thanks for sharing.
    Marilyn

    Posted 3.29.17 Reply
  4. Julie B. wrote:

    Fun stuff, Sarah! Lots of happy sighing going on on this side of the monitor! 😉

    Posted 4.6.17 Reply

Hi, hello! Sarah Joy here. I'm a self-proclaimed home-body + lover of all things cozy. I'm sarcastic, overly caffeinated + usually at Target. This blog is my happy place, where I enjoy sharing fun things like home decor tips, affordable fashion, + life as a mama of three.

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