The best place to start decorating for Easter is your front porch, as the front door is the first thing that people who come to your home see.
If it is grungy and in terrible shape then they may judge you prematurely.
So consider keeping your front porch decorated with beautiful decorations.
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No matter the month or time of year, there is something to be celebrated.
Easter is right around the corner and it is time to celebrate spring and a changing of seasons.
Enjoy your Easter with some great front porch decorations.
Another Peeps Wreath
Peeps can be for more than just snacking, they are the perfect front door wreath decoration.
Antique Farmhouse Decor
Have an antique chair sitting around? Add a cute Easter sign and Easter basket and your porch is ready for the holiday.
Bakers Twine Spring Wreath
For a simple Do it Yourself front door wreath, try adding a basic brown wreath with a green bunny and a few classic eggs and straw.
Birdhouse Easter Front Porch Decor
This spring front door decoration is made from rustic birdhouses paired with a classic metal watering can.
Bunny Bath Easter Porch Decor
Make your birdbath Easter-themed by adding a bunny and fake bird eggs.
Try this oversized stone bunny to make your front porch Easter-themed. This bunny is perfect for those front porches that you don’t want to scream Easter.
Bunny Paw Prints
Have a child in the home? They will really enjoy these easter bunny footprints colored with chalk.
Bunny Pushing a Cart of Easter Eggs
This adorable gardening basket is perfect for some Easter decor. Fill with flowers and oversized easter eggs and don’t forget the bunny to push it.
Burlap and Moss Easter Bunny Wreath
Use an 8 sign from a crafting store and wrap in grass ribbon. Then add ears and a big bow to make it look like an Easter bunny.
Carrot Pallet Sign
Paint a simple piece of a pallet with an orange carrot. Then add green ribbons for the carrot top.
Chocolate Easter Bunny Wood Cut Out
Cut a simple Easter bunny shadow from a piece of wood. Then add a base and paint it in dark brown for a simple but classic looking Easter decoration.
Colorful Easter Bunny Topiaries
If you already have flower pots around your front door but have not yet planted them with flowers then fill them with greenery and oversized wooden bunny heads.
Countryside Easter Decorations
These are very rustic decorations. Wooden bunnies and black milk jugs filled with sunflowers and greenery.
Cozy Easter Porch
For an entire Easter porch look, add bunny-themed pillows to your front porch and large flowers in a pot.
Cross Out Of Twigs
Take twigs and twist them together as a window frame. Then add flowers and birds. It adds a light Easter touch to your front porch.
Cute Bunnies Easter Decor
Wooden baskets are perfect to fill with flowers and bunny butts for a hilariously cute front porch decoration.
Cute Bunny Logs
Simple logs can be painted white and ears can be added. The perfect pastel-colored bow on the top completes the bunny look.
DIY Easter Egg Topiary
Stack oversized eggs using wire and cover them with pretty flowers and ribbon.
DIY Easter Wreath with Gold Leaf Speckled Eggs
Use fake eggs to paint them gold leaf and speckled. Then add them to a front porch Easter-themed wreath.
DIY Moss Bunny Topiary
These oversized grass bunnies are perfect for a simple front porch decoration that can hold up to any Easter weather.
DIY Moss Covered Bunny
This moss-covered bunny is the perfect addition to an oversized lantern on your front porch.
DIY Pottery Barn Inspired Bunny
You can print white classic bunnies on old flour sacks for simple around the house decorating.
Easter Bunnies Burlap Bags
Fill burlap bags with foam and then add wooden bunnies and flowers for a complete look.
Easter Bunny in the Grass Wreath
Wrap a wreath with burlap and green grass towards the bottom. Then add a wooden or ceramic bunny and some easter eggs to the grass.
Easter Bunny Wreath
A perfect classic door wreath is this one. Wrap the wreath in rustic ribbon and add cotton balls that are green and white for the grass.
These wooden Easter decorations are wooden eggs that appear to have coats and faces. The perfect touch is the orange chick nose.
Easter Decor Lantern Bunny
Add a perfectly white bunny to a lantern. It will add a rustic touch and help protect it from the Easter weather.
Easter Egg Front Porch
For an entire front porch, look try this bench that is stained and a basket filled with grass and eggs.
Easter Egg Grapevine Tree
Christmas trees are typically reserved for Christmas. But this Christmas tree is made with rustic material and covered in Easter eggs.
Easter Egg Topiary
Add oversized Easter eggs are the perfect addition to empty front porch planters.
Easter Egg Topiary Tree
This Easter tree is fuzzy and grassy but also has oversized Easter eggs to complete the look.
Easter Exteriors For Your Home
A whole front porch look includes a colored rug, oversized rustic bunnies and lots of greenery and flowers.
Easter Flower Pot
This flower pot is filled with flowers and oversized metal carrots.
Easter Front Porch
For a quieter front porch look try just some rustic lanterns, a few metal carrots and some planters filled with greenery.
Easter Front Porch Decor
This simple decor can easily be made by Christmas greenery and Christmas lights. It is a nice transfer of holiday decor.
Easter Front Porch Decoration
A simple and less colorful front porch wreath can be made with a be our guest sing and simple green wreath.
Easter Glitter Garland
Cut Easter bunnies and eggs from cardstock and string them together for an Easter garland.
Make a rustic ladder from 2 by 1 wood. Then decorate with Easter signs and eggs.
Easter Mesh Wreath
Easter wreaths should be brightly colored like this one made from Easter colored shimmery ribbon.
There are many types of Easter wooden signs that can be made like these ones. One says HOP with a bunny as the O and another is an egg.
Easter Porch Decor Ideas
Easter eggs can be made from metal sheets and put in metal tubs with easter eggs filling the tub.
Easter Porch Decoration Swing
If you have a swing on your front porch don’t let it go naked. Add some bunny pillows for a simple Easter spice.
Easter Porch Sitting Area
Adding colored and green pillows to your front porch is simple and effective decor.
You can purchase these adorable Easter signs that point in different directions and say different Easter things.
For a very rustic look use an old farm chair with a white rustic wooden bunny.
These front porch planters are filled with eggs and Easter lilies.
Easter Wreath Cotton Bunny
This rustic wreath has twigs that are dusted white. What makes it the Easter theme is the bunny poking up in the middle.
Easy Bunny Burlap Wreath
An elaborate Easter decoration is this wreath that has burlap and colorful eggs in it.
Easy Dollar Tree Wreath
This wreath is made completely from Dollar Store materials. It is simple but brightly colored and adds a great Easter touch to your front door.
Easy Easter Bunny Wreath
Take a wreath ring and cover it with fuzzy bunny material. Then add bunny ears. This creates a simple bunny front door decoration.
Egg Doorway Garland
Make garland by stringing together plastic eggs.
Farmhouse Easter Decorations
For some farmhouse decor, try writing Easter on a rustic chalkboard and placing it on an old stained farm chair.
Farmhouse Easter Porch
A stone bunny is the perfect addition to your Easter front porch.
Felt Bunny Door Hanger
This bunny is made from dark burlap material. The stitching around the edges gives it a touch of color.
Fence Picket Bunny
Using a pallet it is simple to make a bunny face. Just paint on the essentials and the pink ears.
Floral Easter Egg Wreath
This Easter wreath is made with colorful plastic eggs and greenery. It is hung with burlap.
Floral Easter Entrance Decor
Bright and tall decorations are made simply by stacking brightly painted planters.
Fresh Eggs Wine Barrel
Stack Easter baskets and Easter bunnies on an old egg carton for a very aged Easter look.
Front Porch Decked For Easter
Simply fill an old lantern with some colorful eggs for a simple but cheery front porch Easter decoration.
Front Porch Easter Decor
If you have two beautiful rocking chairs on your front porch then add some pillows and Easter decor to them.
Using styrofoam cut out some giant peeps and paint them pastel colors. The ribbon bows really finish the look.
Grapevine Bunny Wreath
This wreath is made from a lot of grapevines. By making two circles one larger than the other and ear shapes, they can all be mixed together to make a bunny look.
Grass Egg Wreath
This wreath base is covered in green grass. The addition of the colorful eggs is a great Easter touch.
Happy Easter Deco Mesh Wreath
Use a bright-colored ribbon to decorate a wreath. Then add a bunny face and legs to make it very Easter-themed.
Happy Easter Front Porch Garden
Make a mini temporary garden in your front yard with wooden bunnies and chicks.
Happy Easter Signboard
This adorable Easter sign features a wooden fence with a bunny. There are also colored eggs in this Easter sign.
Happy Easter Stacker
These mini stackers say happy Easter with a cute bunny peeking over.
Holy Cross Wreath
Easter is all about how Jesus died and saved our sins. This do it yourself wooden cross features green ribbon and Easter lilies.
Hoppy Easter Front Porch Decor
This whole front porch scene features an Easter bunny holding Easter eggs and an oversized Easter egg below.
Old Wagon Wheel Easter Decoration
A basic wagon wheel can be made to be an easter theme by adding ribbon and Easter flowers.
If you have a pallet laying around you can use three slices of it lying parallel and one across. Paint on a little bunny face to make it look like a bunny with a hat.
Pallet Wood Bunny Welcome Sign
For another pallet project screw three pallet pieces together. Then paint on a white bunny and face.
Porch Rail Decorated with Spring Egg Garland
Make an egg garland with eggs and greenery to make a pretty decoration for your front porch rail.
These adorable rabbit couples can be purchased. They are made from painted metal.
Rainbow Bunny Peeps Wreath
Use a lot of colored peeps to encircle on a wreath base. This finishes a great peep wreath.
Reclaimed Wood Easter Bunny
Sand down and connect together wood scraps. Then cut them into a bunny shape.
Reclaimed Wood Easter Egg
Glue together three or four strips of sanded wood and cut them into an egg shape. Then paint to look like a dyed egg.
Rustic Easter Decor
These jars are filled with small dried twigs and also have greenery with purple flowers. Add a few eggs to give it a complete Easter look.
Rustic Easter Front Porch
To add an entire front porch Easter view, try this wooden sled with chicken wire. Also, a shadow painted bunny on wood adds to the entire look.
Rustic Easter Front Porch Decoration
Old washtubs are adorable as a front porch look. It is easy to fill with all types of flowers and greenery.
Rustic Easter Porch
Old baskets and wooden boxes are adorable for front porch decorations. You can also paint shadows of bunnies on the boxes to add to the look.
Rustic Easter Porch Decor
Rustic baskets are great for a simple front porch decoration. Just fill them with grass and eggs.
Rustic Easter Tray Porch Decor
This classic front porch decoration features a plethora of white rustic decor with Easter-themed bunnies and eggs painted on.
Secret Garden Easter Porch Decor
Although it is a simple Christmas tree in this photo you would never know it based on the amount of Easter decorations that are featured on this tree.
Simple Easter Porch Decor
For simple front porch decor, just add a wooden crate and fill Easter accessories – bunnies, eggs, grapevines, etc.
Skinny Bunnies Easter Porch Decor
These adorable skinny bunnies are cut from wood and painted.
Spring Bunny Lantern Topiaries
Bunnies are a perfect addition to a lantern and fit perfectly in front door planters.
Spring Carrot Door Hanger
Orange roses are adorable for a door wreath. They hang upside down and when cut to the correct lengths can make it look like a carrot.
Spring Porch Decorating
For an entire porch look put green garland and white flowers around the door. Along with that, put a table of Easter decoration.
For a simple spring wreath use green moss and eggs to decorate a wreath.
String Easter Egg Wreath
Take plastic eggs and glue wrapped yarn around. Then cut the plastic eggs out. Then use them for a door wreath.
Time To Welcome Peeps
Cut a wooden peep and paint yellow. Then decorate with ribbon. Add a ‘Welcome Peeps’ sign.
Tulips in Enamel Bucket
This white enamel bucket is filled with pastel-colored tulips and small flowers.
Vintage Easter Eggs
Put a basket of vintage eggs onto a farmhouse chair. Place it in front of your door for a cute decoration.
Vintage Easter Porch Decoration
File adorable farmhouse pillows on your front porch swing. Then add eggs in a basket for an overwhelmingly Easter decoration.
Vintage Watering Can DIY
Fill a rustic watering can with all types of flowers and beautiful spring decor.
Welcome Rustic Easter Sign Front Porch Decor
This rustic ‘Welcome’ sign is perfect for any holiday but especially the spring holiday of Easter.
Wooden Bunny Egg Planters
These basic wooden bunnies have perfect planters to hold a small amount of flowers.
Wooden Bunny Flower Planters
Rustic thin bunnies are a simple decoration idea. They are perfect for hanging rustic bags for planting small flowers.
Wooden Easter Ladder
Make a ladder and add a garland of bunnies and eggs. Then paint ‘Happy Easter’ on it.
Wooden Hope Easter Wreath Sign
Start with stained wood that has HOPE painted on it. Use a wreath for the O. It is a perfect spring decoration.
Wooden Bunny Easter Porch Decor
Phyllis Lumpkin Diamond
These wooden bunnies are cut with jigsaw and then legs are attached. Burlap bag at the front to put your flowers.
Big Easter Wooden Bunny
Lisa Bianca McIntire
If you need something bigger for your Easter front porch, this bunny will be the perfect decoration.