It’s springtime, which means it’s the season of blooming flowers and bright colors. One of the best decorations for your Easter table is a beautiful bouquet – but with so many vibrant options out there, it can be hard to decide which one fits your home best. That’s why we have compiled a list of 20 stunning Easter bouquets for you to choose from that will make your table look amazing this April!
From romantic roses to sophisticated lilies and modern succulents, you will surely find something special for the occasion. You can request something from your favorite florist if you see something you like. If your garden is already producing spring blooms, you can start there and use one of these Easter bouquets as your guide! Let’s talk flowers!
Warm and Rosey
After all of the gold, grey days of winter, all most of us want is some warmth. Spring colors are here to warm your heart and your dining table or entrance table.
Wild at Heart
The more unstructured a bouquet is, the more we like it. We understand this flower philosophy is not for all, but we love something that looks organic and free.
It’s Giving Pink
If you did not satiate that pink-loving beast inside you over Valentine’s Day, it’s time to really do it up with your spring bouquet. Pink, pink, and more pink!
Bright and White
Kiss of Sunshine
It’s giving us life! We’d be happy with an all-green bouquet, but some patches of yellow, white, and indigo do look rather irresistible. Easter is a holiday all about rebirth, and nothing says that like the many shades of green in this easter bouquet.
How About Gold?
Sure, yellow is nice, but what about gold? It already lends a warm hue to this bouquet that takes it to another level with light orange and pink roses.
Pale pastels are the reason for the season. Okay, we know they’re not, but it sure feels that way. We love the added texture these pale flowers provide.
For most of us, purple is a color that we immediately associate with Easter. Whether or not that applies to you, there’s no denying the drama that purple can bring a bouquet.
See? So much drama! If you’re after something a little moodier this year, go with deep purples and reds. A touch of pink helps provide contrast and brighten things up.
People sleep on orange too often. It’s a perfect Easter color if you know how to use it. Pair with tons of dark green and you’ve got a bouquet that’s got a point of view.
Don’t Be Shy
We’ve seen a lot of more muted tones for the last few Easter bouquets, but you can really crank up the color if that’s your jam. Classic combinations like purple and yellow are quintessential Easter pairings and have been popular for generations.
All the Tulips
All it takes is tulips for your Easter bouquet. For an understated look that still screams “SPRING!” you can go with a vase full of a variety of tulips. Go monochromatic or throw caution to the wind and create a composition full of color.
Little Bit of This, Little Bit of That
Let the flowers that naturally bloom in spring be the superstars of the show and they won’t let you down. The modest daffodil looks like a buttery delight when paired with warmer, richer tones.
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And, we’re back to blush. If your home decor leans more light and bright, keep leaning into it. Bouquets that seem to fit in with their surroundings make a special statement all their own.
A Little Nest, Why Not?
We love the idea of a nest in an Easter bouquet, and there are a couple of ways of going about it. You can situate a little nest (with or without eggs) among your blossoms like this for a cute detail. Or, you can go much bigger with the concept.
With a Nest Frame
One of our favorite Easter bouquets on this list sits inside a large nest. It looks both like a nest and an Easter basket! This person made a choice by including shallots that look like eggs. We think that worked out, but you could just use flowers if that seems like a stretch.
White daffodils with blazing orange centers pepper this glorious Easter bouquet that’s thrown tradition to the wind. White, green, and orange are perfectly balanced in this globe-shaped spectacle.
Heavy on the Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus has been popular for decades as a sort of neutral element to add to bouquets. We are loving the trend over the last few years of using a lot of it in place for less graphically/visually impactful flowers like baby’s breath.
Let the flowers do the talking with a bouquet that’s not too worried about looking prim and proper. Let those blossoms be wild and they will reward you.
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Highs and Lows
Finally, we leave you with a charming Easter bouquet that’s as classic as it is adventurous. Orange, green, and pink somehow sing in harmony here. We’ll take one for every room, please!
What did you think of these Easter bouquets? We hope you found them as handsome and inspiring as we did. We all know the power a perfectly bunched flower posy has to make your Easter decor sing. For more Easter goodness, keep on reading!
Discover Some Lively Ideas for Your Easter Nails This Spring.
Plenty of Color and Bunnies
Did we want to research Easter nails just for the bunny nail art? Maybe… Aren’t these little bunny faces adorable? Clearly, they look excellent next to anything so go wild.
Abstract and Sophisticated
Here are the most understated Easter nails on this list. If you’d like an elegant way to celebrate with your nails, consider a touch of speckle and some moody, matte pastels.
Dots are big this season. Go to town with those gorgeous pastels and add some dots and a character to spice things up.
Okay, we’re dead. That little bunny tale just committed a crime. How cute is that? Rainbow color and some carrots round out these awesome Easter nails.
We’ve got some serious speckle to share with you now. These look just like the Easter candies that are meant to look like birds’ eggs. This is a huge trend this season and we saw it numerous times. It’s a great idea but just know that you’ll be in good company if you go in this direction.
Pretty in Pastel Pink
Baby pink is actually the reason for this season, right? Okay, we know we’re wrong but we certainly have a soft spot for these very pretty, pink Easter nails.
If you’re not looking for a challenge, simply paint those nails in pastel colors and call it a day. These glossy nails are absolutely beautiful and casual yet still a little playful.
The Power Is Flower
Get a groovy vibe with pastel flowers. Aren’t these blooms just brilliant? Spring means tons of flowers in bloom and these nails celebrate just that.
Electric Easter Nails
If you’d like some edgier easter nails, throw a little neon into the mix. Go full-on Lisa Frank with your design but retain that Easter feel with the inclusion of pastels in addition to those metallics.
If you’re not looking for showstopping Easter nails, you are not alone. A subtle nod to the holiday and the spring season is all it takes.
Oh, That Grid
If you’d like some Easter nails that are a touch offbeat, consider going with grids in pastel and spring-like colors. It’s less on-the-nose but equally as cheerful.
Green With Envy
We often associate pastels with the spring season but, in reality, it should be green. Plants are springing to life after months of cold and that means you should celebrate the new green shoots as well as the many buds out there.
Getting a chocolate bunny on Easter is an honored tradition for many American families. Celebrate the chocolate bunnies (the best Easter gift money can buy) with nails inspire by those sweet treats.
Little Works of Art
Do you have a steady hand? If so, you can try something similar with white spring birds and delightful little green plants. These Easter nails are some of our favorites on this list but we realize they’ll be a challenge for most. Best of luck!
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Buns, Chicks, and Dots
You can’t have the rabbits without the chicks on Easter, right? Celebrate our animal friends with Easter nails like these. A pale grey has been employed here and we think it looks exceptional next to those pastels.
Make It Pop with Black
One thing you don’t see much of on Easter nails is the color black. But, we urge you to take these nails into account that use black to really make the pastel elements pop.
Pastels Meet the Good Neutral
Who loves a neutral base? We want to join a neutral nail base camp. A nude pink color is the perfect pallet for pastel tips and flowers with these swoon-worthy nails.
Really Leaning In With Neutrals and Pastels
We can’t quit the neutral tones. These milk chocolate nails are dappled with flowers and a couple of sets of bunny ears and we think they’re perfect.
In Love With Lavender
If purple is your favorite color, get loud with some lavender nails White highlights pop nicely off of the color. It could be the perfect backdrop for your white bunny Easter nails.
Glittering with Gold
These blue and pink pastel nails are improved by the addition of some sparkling gold. The metallic gold nail polish is applied in a way that mimics gold foil and we’re obsessed.
Some Like It Hot
Hot pink has been strangely underrepresented among the Easter nails this year. Where are the hot pink mamas at? Don’t fear going hot. As you can see, it makes a real statement.
Wow! These speckled nails look like hatched eggs with one tiny little chick greeting viewers. What a splendid and whimsical idea that’s a total winner.
Line ’em Up
For the minimalists out there, you can achieve some handsome Easter nails with some easy dots. Line them up for a simple yet very pretty look.
These nails look like they’ve been covered with vintage wallpaper. Spring flowers are one of the dreamiest things about the season so make sure they are well-represented if you also live for them.
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We leave you with some Easter nails that should not work but absolutely do. We find nails painted to look like carrots. How did this turn out so cute? It defies logic. But, it’s a playful and very fun idea. Will you be sporting carrot nails this year?
Celebrate the season with some stunning Easter nails. As you’ve seen, Easter nails come in a variety of colors, themes, and styles. The sky is the limit! So, use these nails as inspiration for your special design.
Andrew is an Assistant Editor for Mamas Uncut with over ten years of experience as a writer in the creative, marketing, and blogging spaces. After studying Film and Art History, he developed a passion for telling stories in a variety of mediums. Obsessively making lists, reporting celebrity news, and diving into emerging pop cultural topics are a few of his interests.
- 0.1 Warm and Rosey
- 0.2 Wild at Heart
- 0.3 It’s Giving Pink
- 0.4 Bright and White
- 0.5 Kiss of Sunshine
- 0.6 How About Gold?
- 0.7 Pale Pastels
- 0.8 Classic Purple
- 0.9 Drama!
- 0.10 Warm Orange
- 0.11 Don’t Be Shy
- 0.12 All the Tulips
- 0.13 Little Bit of This, Little Bit of That
- 0.14 Blushing
- 0.15 A Little Nest, Why Not?
- 0.16 With a Nest Frame
- 0.17 Pop!
- 0.18 Heavy on the Eucalyptus
- 0.19 Beautiful Explosion
- 0.20 Highs and Lows
- 1 Discover Some Lively Ideas for Your Easter Nails This Spring.
- 1.1 Plenty of Color and Bunnies
- 1.2 Abstract and Sophisticated
- 1.3 Cheerful Dots
- 1.4 Bunny Tails
- 1.5 Eggshell Magic
- 1.6 Pretty in Pastel Pink
- 1.7 Simply Spring
- 1.8 The Power Is Flower
- 1.9 Electric Easter Nails
- 1.10 Send Tips
- 1.11 Oh, That Grid
- 1.12 Green With Envy
- 1.13 Chocolate Bunnies
- 1.14 Little Works of Art
- 1.15 Buns, Chicks, and Dots
- 1.16 Make It Pop with Black
- 1.17 Pastels Meet the Good Neutral
- 1.18 Really Leaning In With Neutrals and Pastels
- 1.19 In Love With Lavender
- 1.20 Glittering with Gold
- 1.21 Some Like It Hot
- 1.22 Hatchlings
- 1.23 Line ’em Up
- 1.24 Feeling Florals
- 1.25 Crunchy
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