Ready to fill your home with Spring cheer? If so, check out these bright, cheery, and fun farmhouse style Easter decorating ideas. We are sharing our updated Colorful Easter Tree design idea which has a few new add-ons for this year. This post contains affiliate links.
Pops of pink, blue, yellow, and orange really stand out on our flocked tree that is filled with Speckled Easter Eggs, carrots, Easter Bunnies, and more! You can check out last year’s Farmhouse Style Easter Tree on the site.
My Favorite Artificial Tree
This is one of my favorite artificial trees that I own (I have 7 now)! It was purchased at Target in 2019 at the end of the Christmas season.
I love the authentic green color of the pine needles and the subtle, realistic texture of the branches. It has also made a great Valentine’s Day Tree, Harvest Tree, and Christmas Tree.
Since we could all use a lot more color this year, I wanted to mix up last year’s Easter Tree look to be a little more colorful.
Designing the Tree
I really love felted pom poms string garland. This year’s tree has 4 strands of felted garland in a variety of styles (since I could not get them all to match). However, the end result is still pretty cohesive despite the subtle differences.
The little bunny heads were purchased from Dollar Tree. They come in 2-packs and stay nicely on the tree.
Mini fabric or plush bunnies, pastel Christmas Tree Ball ornaments, or mini bows can also be used to add a chic look to your tree.
Decorations that Fill Bare Spots
Unfortunately, most artificial trees have a lot of bare spots. Items that fill the gaps and draw the eye away are perfect.
The floral elements (purchased from Dollar Tree & Michael’s) are purposefully tucked in areas of the tree that look bare. Large pastel pink balls, floral bouquets, and mini bunnies also help to fill bare spots.
Easter Pom Pom Garland
I purchased the pom pom garland on my tree from Amazon and Hobby Lobby. Check out some fun options below! Keep in mind that my tree is 7 feet tall and really could use 5 sets comfortably.
All of the options above are adorable to add to your tree to bring a nice pop of color.
Handmade Carrot Ornaments
I really wanted some orange mini carrots so I made my own ornaments. I purchased mini decorative carrots from Dollar Tree, and hot glued some twine to each to be able to hang them. It was cheap, easy and worked perfectly. These added some nice pops of orange to the tree.
White Birch Tree Idea
We also have this fun throwback style Easter tree that I wish I still owned! I really need to get another!
For the past 10 years, I have always decorated an Easter Tree in some way, shape, or form. This one from 7 years ago is still popular and would look really pretty with your choice of Easter egg ornaments.
To make this White Birch Branch Easter Tree, you’ll need the following items. These are meant to be a guide to help you recreate the look.
Twinkle Star Lighted Birch Tree
As for eggs, the exact type featured were purchased at World Market. However, I’ve curated cute styles you can find on Amazon right now – see below:
Easter Egg Ornaments (colorful printed styles)
Easter Glitter Egg Ornaments Pastel colors with shimmery coating
Bright Solid Colored Easter Eggs – These are the most traditional of all and remind me of dyed eggs our kids make.
Pastel Easter Tree Idea
We teamed up with Dawn at Cutefetti to bring you an adorable Pastel Easter Tree idea. She has turned her adorable cotton-candy pink Christmas Tree into a colorful feast for the eyes! Isn’t the bunny topper adorable?
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