This Easter farmhouse decor complete with vintage pieces, a treat stand, and gold eggs to fill will look wonderful in your home.
Disclosure: I am an Oriental Trading ambassador so was provided with these items
This Easter table took 15-minutes to put together. Everything you see here is from Oriental Trading, aside from the window which I picked up from an architectural salvage store years ago.
I love the green and white farmhouse style decor with vintage pieces like the wheelbarrow, table sign, and tiered bunny tray.
Here is a breakdown of what is on this table which is all available at Oriental Trading.
Farmhouse Style Easter Decor
- Artificial Grass Roll
- Vintage Easter Bunny Tiered Tray
- Small Boxwood Wreath
- Lamb’s Ear Garland
- Green Grass Rabbit
- Grapevine Balls
- Rustic Centerpiece Riser Set
- Faux Potted Succulents in Crate
- Standing Rustic Chalkboard Table Sign
- Jumbo Metallic Gold Plastic Easter Eggs – 6 Pc.
- Vintage Easter Nests with Eggs
- Vintage Whitewash Wheelbarrow
What I love about these items is a lot of them can be used year-round not just for Easter. The grapevine balls, faux potted succulents, chalkboard table sign, and boxwood wreaths make great decor anytime. Plus, the vintage whitewash wheelbarrow would be adorable on a covered patio, just make sure to keep it out of the sun and rain.
One item that I was a little worried about is the moss bunny (pictured above). Some moss items I’ve purchased from other stores have fallen apart or left green marks. I’ve put this moss bunny on white lace, wood, and held it, and nothing.
The boxwood wreaths do not come with anything for hanging. You could use them on a table with a candle in the center, but if you want to hang it, cord works perfectly. Simply cut a length of cord, fold it in half, loop it through the center of the wreath, then put the ends, through the loop and pull tight.
The vintage tiered bunny tray is perfect for Easter treats. It’s ceramic, so wipes clean easily and is the perfect size for tiny desserts, candy, and Easter eggs.
The gold eggs are not filled but are the perfect size to fill with treats if you have visitors coming over. We have a gold egg tradition where I fill them with money and hide them or put them into Easter baskets each year.
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