Soft fluffy fur. Big floppy ears. What’s not to love about a bunny? Because rabbits reliably multiply, they have been symbols of spring since ancient times. And just like real rabbits, bunny and Easter Bunny decor is especially plentiful at this time of year.
When you get right down to it, there’s no better way to start off your spring than by displaying a decorative bunny – or several.
We have many styles of rabbit decor, but we think these six bunny decorations are particularly sweet. And, unlike a chocolate Easter bunny, they’re sugar free!
Greet guests and the season with a cheerful Easter Bunny garden flag. This Easter Bunny is hopping over to deliver some decorated Easter eggs that are sure to bring a spot of spring color to your yard.
This dangly legged bunny will add charm to a mantel or tabletop throughout the season. Display him with other spring decorations or add a friend for additional appeal.
Let these pastel bunny pathway lights lead the Easter Bunny right to your door! The perky plaid rabbits will delight by day and light at night to show the way.
Judging by the twinkle in the eye of this carrot connoisseur, he knows he’s gotten clean away with the garden goods! With a snack to munch on and several more for the bunny hop home, our resin rabbit garden statue is so cute, you might be tempted to make him part of your Easter table decor before moving him to the yard.
Window silhouettes are among the easiest lighted seasonal decorations to use. They can be hung inside and viewed from outside, so you don’t need to slog through spring slush and mud to install Easter silhouettes like this lighted pink bunny. Just attach it to a windowpane with the suction cup that’s included and plug it in. Pretty bright idea, huh?
Few things say spring as charmingly as this little brown bunny with a sage green bow. Natural sisal gives the fur its texture and color. With a delicate crown of purple blooms and basket of purple flowers, this rabbit is ready to hop onto your Easter tabletop.
Spring is a time to make everything fresh and new, so adding a few new decorative pieces is a great way to get spring off to a good start.
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