That first image is perfection (maybe I should say the second one - not the scary outdoor one)! I've done very little decorating this year, but looking at those images, I wish I had done more!
love the flower pics...the pink tulips, especially. i am printing out the picture and bringing it to my florist! thanks for the inspiration. as far as easter decorating, I fill apothecary jars and keep in my kitchen...easter grass and chocolates. that's about it....the kids love it!
All lovely and not scary at all, just pretty!! Happy Thursday, Kathysue
Great inspirational pictures! I need to start decorating (haven't started yet)...why does Easter have to be so early this year?
Are you sure this isn't really your yard, lol? No just kidding I love the flowers, beautiful!
oh, thank GOD! for a hot minute I thought you were extolling the virtues of the first photo! LOL!I think Easter/Spring decorating is lovely (in the other photos), though I admit to not doing much with it other than stocking the house with lots of hyacinth plants.
Its easy to get it wrong, that's for sure. I like the second table.Hope you have a wonderful Easter!
Oh my, that third image of lime greens & yellow...adore!
For me, Easter decor is like Thanksgiving decor: so easy to veer into tacky. That said though, the best course is seasonal flowers/centerpieces and I absolutely love the tulips. And that green tablescape is divine! -- Martha, I presume?
pink tulips are a yes, inflatable bunnies are a no. with you as always!
I'm a minimalist as well when it comes to Easter decorating. I prefer to save the blow-out decorations for Christmas!! :)
I think nice hints of spring is a great way to incorporate "easter" decorating. Some pastel colors and beautiful flowers are perfect for me.
done tastefully and elegantly it's fabulous! cheesy is bad. :)
I was down South and some of the "yards" were decked out for Easter. They gave me a chuckle, especially the bunny rigged of pots sitting on a bench. Just sorry I did not take a snap. Personally, I like simple decorations. An Easter Lily for the purity and the scent.Some tulips, and some eggs dyed in pretty shades.Call me old fashioned.pve
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