620 easter bunny decorations Products
This papier-mâché bunny is a simple way to add in a sophisticated and subtle nod to spring. Add a few votives and a bit of greenery to really bring your tablescape to life.
So unique and beautiful, this abstract nativity tells the Christmas story as a work of art. I'd love to have this sitting on my coffee table.
These adorable pods are available for smaller furry friends, including cats, small-breed dogs and even rabbits. They also come in beige or pink — perfect for housing your own Easter bunny.
For the hostess who prefers a more subdued approach to Easter brunch, these West Elm napkins are the right fit. The bunny motif is sweet, but simple enough to appeal to any taste.
If you work in an office or do a lot of paperwork for your job, these bunny-shaped paperclips would be so cute to use during the Easter season. To me, it's all in the details.
Oh my God, have you ever seen such a cute phone cover? Everyone will be wishing you a happy Easter when they see this. It would also be great to put in someone's Easter basket.
Who doesn't love a pink bunny? A dash of pink is always welcome in my home, and this bunny pillow by Ross Menuez would be the perfect pop of Easter pink for my accent chair.
Printed Bunny Towels
Non-traditional Easter baskets might bring a smile to a teenager or adult's face on Easter morning. I love this cookie jar.
Bunny Cookie Jar
For the hostess with a sense of humor, this skateboarding bunny makes total sense. Toss it on your couch for a couple days around the Easter holiday.
How impossibly sweet are these rabbit-themed bowl and plate sets? The rabbits are perfect for kids, but grownup enough for an Easter brunch.
Bunny Egg Plates & Bowls
Printed Bunny Tablecloth
Maybe you're a cheese and wine kind of person. If so, why not break out these Easter spreaders and host a wine and cheese holiday party?
Bunny & Egg Spreaders
Plush bunnies and a horse take a ride on hot air balloons made of linen and cotton. This would be a great option for a baby's nursery room.
Use colorful egg cartons to hold dyed eggs, mini cupcakes or other Easter treats. Tie them up with a bow for Easter morning.
Chinoiserie and Easter — what a perfect match! These pretty blue and white eggs can stay out all year-round.
Simple and sweet, this adorable little bunny catching a falling star would be perfect for either gender.
What would Easter be without a little something from Martha Stewart? Suspend these classic paper lanterns over your dining table or in an entrance hall.
The little ones in your family will love these papier-mâché egg ornaments hanging on the Easter tree.
This simple wire egg holder can be personalized by whatever you choose to put in it. Use it for your Easter dinner table, or to display all the eggs you find on the Easter egg hunt.
I love the hand-punched petal pattern on these ceramic eggs. They would add a subtle touch of Easter to your home.
Pierced Ceramic Eggs
Serve side dishes in these gorgeous egg bowls. Mix and match the sets for a colorful Easter table setting.
Charlotte Egg Bowls
This natural basket filled with pretty dried flowers and truffle eggs is amazing. Send it to someone as an Easter gift.
This nest of speckled eggs would look amazing under a glass cloche and would add a simple Easter decoration to your home.
Every Easter table needs hand-decorated Easter eggs, and I love this chalkboard kit! These would look pretty on display when they’re all done.
Chalk Egg Decorating Kit
Celebrating Easter with family and friends is wonderful. These glittered eggs make a beautiful centerpiece.
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