Colour averse? If you prefer a more neutral Easter decoration style, here are five ways to decorate for Easter without too much colour. —Vita Daily
Use natural elements: Incorporate natural elements such as branches, twigs, moss and dried flowers to create a rustic and earthy look. You can also use wooden or wicker baskets to hold your Easter eggs or flowers.
Add texture: Use textured fabrics such as burlap or linen to create a subtle and sophisticated look. You can also use different patterns like stripes, polka dots or chevron to add some visual interest.
Use metallic accents: Incorporate metallic accents such as gold, silver or copper to add some shine and glamour to your Easter decor. You can use metallic Easter eggs or decorations, or add some metallic ribbon to your Easter wreath or garland.
Keep it simple: Sometimes less is more. Instead of overwhelming your space with a lot of Easter decorations, choose a few key pieces that make a statement. A simple Easter wreath, a vase of flowers, or a decorative egg can create a beautiful and understated Easter look.
Use white or pastel colours: If you want to incorporate some colour but still keep it subtle, use white or pastel-coloured Easter decorations. White Easter eggs, white or pastel-coloured flowers, or a pastel-colored Easter wreath or garland can create a soft and elegant look.