Rustic Easter decor is very popular as this is a cozy family vacation. Easter eggs are not only the main treat, but also the main decoration for this day. Therefore, decorate them in a rustic style. There are several ideas for making them look rustic: burlap, lace, string, feathers, fabric, etc. Let me introduce the most popular options.
Burlap and string
Burlap and string are some of the most popular rustic materials, so you can just use them to cover the eggs. You can leave them unchanged or add vintage buttons, pictures, wood decorations, etc. This way you can make the eggs both vintage and rustic, so they go with two styles.
Don’t you like coloring eggs? Cover them with moss! Add buttons, flowers, burlap, put in tiny baskets or woven egg holders for a cool, rustic look. Another nice idea is to buy wooden eggs and decorate them with wire and moss to make the eggs look industrial and rustic.
You can dye the egg pastel colors and add a speckle decor. Coloring eggs with natural products is a rustic idea, and you can add nature-inspired prints too. If you’re not keen to die, try rustic-inspired decals like a hen, rooster, chicken, rabbit, and so on. Another idea is to attach feathers to the eggs. Such eggs look ethereal and super cute, not only rustic, but also Scandinavian and modern.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and it's high time to think about decor and goodies for the party. Most of us prefer floral centerpieces, they are more traditional. How do you make a cool floral centerpiece for this vacation? Here are some tips and ideas.
The best colors are fall colors: orange, burnt orange, red, burgundy, white, and green. You can actually choose all of the colors, but these are the most traditional and they will help you create a suitable ambience around the table. You can also use pastel colors, e.g. B. soft peach and pink tones or white and ivory to achieve a neutral look. Green is welcome - it's always great for any arrangement and makes it fresher!
Texture and eye catcher
To make your arrangement more interesting, add texture to the bouquet. There are several ways to do this: add texture to the bouquet and the vase you have chosen. You can incorporate some citrus, wheat, succulents, pine cones, and pumpkins. Another idea is to use a transparent vase and place some fall items in it, e.g. B. nuts, pumpkins and autumn vegetables, which can also be placed in the bouquet.