A Bright & Blooming Easter

As a Christ Follower, Easter is my favorite holiday of the year (Thanksgiving being a close second).  As a Chicago resident, after months of frigid cold tundra, Easter not only represents the celebration of my God’s ultimate sacrifice, but also the end of sub-zero temperatures, puffy coats and salt encrusted vehicles.

This year for Easter, I selected a vintage, pastel look with layers of natural elements.  Use the planning guide below to:

  • Decorate a Gorgeous Front Door for Spring
  • Set the Perfect Table
  • Host a One of a Kind Egg Hunt

From my family to yours – I hope you have a joyful Easter.  Cheers and be Blessed!


Decorate the Perfect Front Door for Spring

Visit this page for a step by step guide on how to decorate your front door perfectly for Easter.  Let the neighborhood envy commence!


Set the Table

I start planning my table top decor months in advance of any holiday or special event.  For Easter 2018 – I decided to go with a super romantic vintage look. Visit here to learn how to “set to impress” this Easter season.


Bath Bomb Egg Hunt

I have hosted dozens of Easter Egg Hunts.  This year, I wanted to do something different and outside the box.  So, I opted to use bath bombs from one of my favorite local boutiques in lieu of “eggs.” Visit here for ideas on how to execute this concept at home.

Let’s Connect!

I love hearing from my readers.  Do you have any questions or comments about the looks  styled above?  Need help executing this concept? Message me below!  Together, we can plan the perfect Eater Celebration.



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