It’s almost April and time to do some Easter decorating with bunnies and blooms! I have always loved adding lots of decorative bunnies and fresh flowers around my home for spring. Thanks to some great new spring hashtags on Instagram I was inspired to create a blog post to share some of the ways my talented IG friends have added Easter joys to their homes with bunnies and blooms too.
Here are some of my favorites!
Go ahead and grab a pretty teacup to sip some tea (or coffee) and get ready to swoon over some amazing Easter decor ideas from Instagram, beginning with Lora @driftwood_decor. She always has perfectly styled spaces and vignettes with awesome accessories. I adore everything about this photo! Her heirloom teacup and little bunny picture nestled behind a “thicket” of sweet pink blossoms is so darling. If you love this photo as much as I do then you will definitely want to visit her shop, Driftwood Decor. You are certain to find some beautiful items to use in your decor too!
Kim @blessedemptynest shared this pretty tray filled with bunnies and blooms for spring. I love how she used three different kinds of bunnies along with some fresh pink tulips in an ironstone pitcher—my favorite way to display my favorite flowers! The adorable farmhouse style spring sign is so perfect too! Kim is the host of #bringonthebunnylove on IG and her whole feed is full of beautiful Easter and spring decorating ideas. If you are looking for lots of different ways to decorate with bunnies and blooms, be sure to check out her account!
I can never pass up repurposed chippy frames, so I had to share this photo by strawberrycupcake22 host of #madewithlovewednesday on Instagram. She has decorated with a bunnies and blooms theme using a shabby chicken wire frame, a pretty spring wreath, and a little reproduction vintage Easter bunny postcard. She has such “sweet” taste, and a talent for baking beautiful treats too! Check out her tasty looking IG account, but don’t blame me if you get a sweet tooth!
Meeghan @caligirlinasouthernworld IG has a beautiful modern farmhouse space styled for Easter. I love her big white bunny with a lantern! Her vintage crocks filled with pink tulips just pop among all of her perfect neutral decor. This room is so cozy and welcoming! Meeghan is the host of #kitchencabinetlove and always has fabulous features on her feed along with lovely photos of her own home. If you love farmhouse style you will surely enjoy following her account!
My dear friend Rozanne @shayshaystyled IG created this magical neutral Easter vignette using all kinds of cute bunnies. I love the rusty metal bloom on the old rugged cross which represents the true meaning of Easter. The antique clock face and pussy willow branches are so pretty too, but the large chip board rabbit stopped me in my scroll! Rozanne is one of my co-hosts for the seasonal tag #madforplaiddecor on IG and her talent really shines in her holiday decorating. Her beautiful home was featured in Victoria Magazine’s Autumn 2016 edition too. Her whole account is full of ideas for decorating with vintage finds. I love it!
There is no doubt that one’s personality comes through in home decor, because this sweet, romantic vignette belongs to the sweetest heart, Larissa Jenkins. Larissa is in the process of filling her 1901 home with antiques and thrifted French, Victorian, and Shabby-Chic treasures. Her bunnies and blooms display is so precious! If you are a romantic, vintage lover at heart, you simply must spend some time dreaming in Larissa’s fairy tale Instagram account @larissa_jenkins.
Everything about this photo by Anise @a_flann inspires me! From the tarnished silverplate platter-chalkboard to the shabby white tin tile, to the soft pastel tones of the seeded Eucalyptus and pink tulip blooms …sighs! Of course the vintage style bunny mold just makes this the perfect vignette for any shabby-chic vintage Easter lover, like me! Anise is the host of #creatingmyhome and #ilovethislittlecorner on IG and her account is filled with gorgeous vignettes and photos like this one. I am always inspired when I visit her feed and I look forward to seeing more of her lovely spring decor!
Oh just look at all these bunnies and blooms for Easter, especially that big vintage Anna Lee! While scrolling through all the Easter decor galleries on Instagram, this photo by @gocomo3 immediately caught my eye since my very first Easter bunny was also an Anna Lee. This is such a fun photo and it’s a perfect example of her lovely and cheerful account which will surely leave you smiling!
This is my own vintage Anna Lee Easter bunny from my first Easter! She is still packed away this year, but I wanted to include this older photo along with all the other beautiful bunnies I have shared today. I didn’t use any flowers in this vignette, but I did include a burlap carrot and vintage cabbage… they may not bloom, but they do grow and sprout…close enough!
Today I styled my coffee table with a cute concrete garden bunny, white daffodils, shabby birds and other springy treasures. I picked the flowers this morning and they put me in such a happy mood!
I am ready to get hoppin’ to get the rest of my home decorated with bunnies and blooms for my Easter and my spring home tour next week. I certainly hope you will visit!
Have a beautiful week dear friends! Don’t forget to stop and take the time to smell the daffodils!