Depending on how you celebrate, preparing for Easter can be pretty stressful! Hopefully, these tips can take away some of the stress of deciding on decorations and games for your guests to enjoy this Sunday!
Painted Easter eggs are a staple decor item and fun activity for the holiday. If you need some decoration ideas, HGTV has got you covered! From glitter to eco-friendly dyes you already have in your home, there is something for everyone. After the eggs are done, use them in centerpieces or write a name on them to use as place cards!
#2 Bring in the color
If things like easter eggs or bunny decorations aren’t your style, bringing bright spring colors or pastels in small elements like tablecloths can do the trick. Fresh flowers are another great option to bring color and the spring feeling into your home. If you want your decor to be a bit more out of the ordinary, make a jelly bean tree! The bright colors of the jelly beans add a special touch to the whimsical design.
If space is tight or you don’t have access to a backyard, Easter Egg pinatas can be a great alternative to the traditional egg hunt!
Already done with the easter egg hunt and kids are starting to get restless? Then it’s time for some more fun games and activities! You can always play fan favorites like the bean bag toss or sack races with an Easter flair by passing out Bunny ears swap the bean bags for painted hard-boiled eggs.
A fun and creative activity for the little artists in your family is paint filled eggs for splatter art! The Growing a Jeweled Rose Blog details how to make it happen!
Planet Stone wishes you a fun and restful Easter with your loved ones! Do you have any special Easter traditions preparing for Easter 2018? Let us know down in the comments below!