Easter Day Decorating And Activity ideas
Spring is in the air and Easter is just behind the door! As we prepare to celebrate this joyous occasion, I would like to extend my warmest wishes to all my readers. May this Easter bring you an abundance of happiness, love, and blessings.
This article will offer you ideas of outdoor decoration and activities for upcoming EASTER DAY. Let's learn something about the festival first.
Easter Day is a Christian holiday that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. It is typically observed on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the vernal equinox. Easter is a time of joy and renewal for Christians around the world, and is often marked by attending church services, participating in various traditions, such as decorating eggs and giving them as gifts, and spending time with family and loved ones.
Easter Day Decorations
The following content will provide information on both traditional and unique ways to decorate outdoor for Easter Day. You can just choose that you're interested in.
If you're looking to add some classic Easter charm to your outdoor spaces, there are plenty of traditional decorating ideas to choose from below.
Hang a beautiful Easter wreath on your front door or porch to welcome your guests. You can make one with spring flowers, colorful eggs, and ribbon.
Bunny Lawn Ornaments
Place bunny lawn ornaments around your yard or garden. You can find them in various sizes and styles, or make your own with some paint and wooden cutouts.
Easter Egg Tree
Create an Easter egg tree by hanging decorated eggs on the branches of a tree in your yard. You can use plastic or real eggs and decorate them with paint, markers, or stickers.
Fill colorful tulip planters with fresh flowers and place them on your front porch or along your walkway.
Hang Easter banners or garlands on your front porch or fence. You can make them with paper, fabric, or even burlap.
Looking for a fresh take on Easter decorations? While the classic elements like Easter eggs and floral arrangements are always lovely, let's think outside the box this year and explore some creative ways to make your home festive for the holiday.
Instead of using traditional planters, create unique eggshell planters by filling empty eggshells with soil and small plants or herbs. Display them in a basket or on a tray.
Add some Easter cheer to your yard with a festive garden flag. You can find them in a variety of designs or make your own with fabric and paint.
Create a miniature Easter-themed fairy garden in a planter or small area of your yard. Use small decorations like bunnies, eggs, and mushrooms, and add tiny fairy figurines.
Easter Bunny Trail
Set up a trail of Easter bunny footprints leading to your front door or around your yard. You can use chalk, flour, or even cut out footprints from paper.
Create an eye-catching balloon arch over your front door or porch. Use pastel colors and add some Easter-themed balloons like bunnies or eggs.
Make a beautiful flower garland to hang along your porch or fence. Use artificial or real flowers and add Easter-themed accents like small bunny figurines.
Set up a festive Easter table outside for a brunch or dinner. Use pastel tablecloths, plates, and napkins, and add decorations like flowers and bunny figurines.
Create beautiful eggshell candles by cleaning out empty eggshells and filling them with wax and a wick. Add pastel colors and place them in a basket or on a tray.
Easter Day Activities
Now that we've covered some decoration ideas for Easter Day, let's take a look at some fun activities to enjoy with family and friends.
In this game, participants roll hard-boiled eggs down a hill or slope. The goal is to roll the egg the farthest distance without breaking it.
- Players must try to roll their eggs as far as possible without breaking them.
- Players must try to roll their eggs into a target or goal at the bottom of the hill.
- The player whose egg travels the farthest distance or reaches the target/goal is declared the winner.
Easter Egg Hunt
This classic game involves hiding colorful plastic eggs around the yard or park. Children search for the eggs and collect them in their baskets.
- Players must find as many eggs as possible within the given time limit. The eggs can be hidden anywhere within the designated area.
- The person or team with the most eggs is declared the winner.
This game is also known as egg-knocking or egg-pocking. Participants tap their hard-boiled eggs against each other until one breaks. The winner is the one with the unbroken egg.
- The player who taps their egg without breaking it wins the round.
- The winner of each round goes on to play against another opponent.
- The game continues until one champion egg remains.
This game is played like regular tag, but with a twist. The person who is "it" wears bunny ears or carries a bunny stuffed animal.
- One player is chosen to be the "bunny" and starts the game by running around the game area.
- bunny tries to avoid being tagged by the other players.
- If a player manages to tag the bunny, the player becomes the bunny and the game continues.
This Mexican tradition is often incorporated into Easter celebrations. Fill a piñata with candy and small toys, then hang it up and let children take turns hitting it with a stick until it breaks open.
- Fill the piñata with Easter-themed treats and hang it somewhere sturdy like tree branch.
- Blindfold the first player, spin them around a few times, and give them a stick or bat also call out directions to hit the piñata.
Bunny Carrot Toss
- A bunny toy
- One or more fake carrots
- Set up the game by placing the rabbit at a distance from the players. The distance can vary depending on the age and skill level of the players.
- Give each player plastic carrot.
- The objective of the game is to toss the carrot into bunny's mouth.
- The player who successfully tosses the carrot into the basket/container scores a point.
- The player with the most points at the end of the game wins.
Pin the Tail On the Bunny
- A large poster or picture of a bunny without a tail
- A cut-out of a bunny tail with a pin or tape on the back
- Hang the bunny poster or picture on a wall at an appropriate height for players to reach.
- Cut out a bunny tail from a piece of paper or cardstock and attach a pin or tape to the back of it.
- Blindfold the player who will be attempting to pin the tail on the bunny.
Spin the player around a few times to disorient them.
- Direct the player towards the bunny poster or picture and instruct them to try to pin the tail as close as possible to where the bunny's tail should be.
Once the player has pinned the tail, remove their blindfold and have them step back to see how close they were.
- Repeat the game with each player taking turns being blindfolded.
- The player who pins the tail closest to the correct spot wins the game.
Bunny Hop Balloon Relay Race
- Stopwatch or timer
- A large open space or field
- Divide players into two teams and have them line up at the starting line.
- Each player on the team will have a balloon placed between their knees.
- On the signal to start, the first player on each team will hop to a designated turnaround point and then hop back to the starting line.
- Once the first player reaches the starting line, they will pass the balloon to the next player on their team, who will then complete the relay in the same manner.
- If a balloon is dropped at any point during the relay, the player must return to the starting line and start again.
- The first team to have all players complete the relay wins.
To sum up, the article presents a range of creative and engaging Easter Day outdoor decoration ideas and activities that can be enjoyed by everyone. It is recommended that you could try out some of the outdoor decorating ideas, games, and crafts discussed in the article. If you've got more ideas, welcome to share it in the comment section and share it with everyone on internet.
Wish you all a happy and festive Easter Day！