With all the cooking, cleaning, and baking that's to come this Easter season, you can get ahead of the game by ordering or making your decorations in advance. These cotton-tailed, egg-shaped, and pastel-colored dining sets, centerpieces, and party favors are guaranteed to spread holiday cheer to your guests. Three cheers for winning Easter!
Your dinner table isn't complete without this adorable table cloth to put under the delicious holiday feast.
Use your farmers' market finds to craft this pretty arrangement that the Easter bunny is sure to love.
Get the tutorial at The Chic Site.
Kiddos will love wearing these cute party hats, which they can assemble while the grown-ups enjoy a delicious spring cocktail.
Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built.
What's an Easter party without an assortment of delicious desserts? Easily whip up adorable egg-shaped cookies with this cookie cutter set.
Greet guests with this spring-inspired Easter wreath made of faux moss and dainty flowers. Finish it off by tying on a pretty floral ribbon.
Get the tutorial at A Pumpkin and A Princess.
These bunny-ear napkin rings are guaranteed to spread holiday cheer on your Easter table.
Use store-bought pound cake to make these mini egg cakes, then spruce them up with decorative icing.
Get the tutorial at The Cake Blog.
These adorable bunny bowls, plates, and cups are the only way to serve your Easter feast.
With just a paper bag, some string, and cute little pom-poms, you can make an Easter gift bag fast.
Get the tutorial at Craftaholics Anonymous.
Serve an assortment of cheeses on this cute wooden bunny as a guaranteed way to impress your guests.
Instead of using flowers, decorate your Easter lunch table with potted succulents.
Get the tutorial at A Pumpkin and a Princess.
Jazz up your Easter party with this cute and colorful bunny garland.
Use Easter egg dye to upgrade your go-to deviled egg recipe.
Get the recipe at Food Jimoto.
This bunny arrangement is sure to be the star of your holiday party this year.
Buy Easter candy and gummies in bulk, then stack them in cute clusters on kabob sticks as a fun Easter party favor.
Get the tutorial at The Baker Mama.
No sweet tooth will go unsatisfied with these to-go bags filled with treats.
Use chalk paint and Mason jars to craft a cute centerpiece, then top with green paper shreds to make them look like little Easter baskets.
Get the tutorial at Mason Jar Crafts Love.
Make sure your Easter sweets and treats spread a little extra cheer with these adorable glittery ears.
Skip the typical "Happy Easter" banner for these crafty egg banners made out of paint chip samples.
Get the tutorial at DIY Candy.
Sip a delicious Easter cocktail with these bunny straws to really get the party started this year.
Add that extra Easter touch to your dinner table with these adorable carrot silverware ties.
Get the tutorial at Paint Yourself A Smile.
All you need is paper and some glue to make these stand-up paper eggs.
Get the tutorial at Little Miss Celebration.
Your guests will be in awe of this pretty centerpiece, which couldn't be easier to make.
Get the tutorial at Papery & Cakery.
Use the kids' old (washed) socks to craft little sock bunnies to put in their baskets.
Get the tutorial at A Creative Cookie.
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