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Easter Diffuser Blends {13 Easter Essential Oil Blends}

Learn how to make the best Easter diffuser blends! Here, you’ll find 13 easter essential oil blends that capture the smell of the season and celebrate everything you love about the spring holiday. From fresh florals to sweet candy aromas, these Easter scents are perfect for home fragrance and aromatherapy.

Easter Diffuser Blends

Easter diffuser blend recipes

Are you egg-cited for Easter? Great because I have created 13 egg-cellent Easter diffuser blends to celebrate the spring holiday! My Easter scented recipes will make your festivities egg-stra special. (Sorry, I can’t help myself. But this was the last egg pun, I promise!)

Diffusing is a great way to fill your home with sweet-smelling Easter scents inspired by all the things we love about this holiday: the fragrance of spring flowers, cute bunnies, painted eggs, and candy-filled baskets.

This collection features lovely floral fragrances, blends inspired by spirituality, and fun food scents that resemble the aroma of your favorite Easter treats. In addition to making your home smell festive, these blends also provide relaxation and aromatherapy.

And while you are here, check out my spring diffuser blends and rose diffuser blends, too.

Easter scents

The best Easter essential oils

What are the smells of Easter?

Each season comes with its own set of smells, and I love recreating these scents with essential oils. But have you ever wondered what essential oils smell like Easter?

The holiday has many aromatic smells that evoke spring euphoria, celebrations, and family moments. Of course, Easter isn’t related to a single smell but a multitude of scents.

I believe that Easter scents can be divided into 3 scent families: florals, gourmet aromas, and spiritual notes that remind us why we’re celebrating Easter. Let’s find out more!

Spring flowers

After a cold winter, Easter is a time for renewal and to connect with the outdoors and nature. The season brings new smells and sights, and flowers are among the first heralds of springs.

Some of the most popular spring blooms, such as daffodils, tulips, crocus, bluebells, and lilies, aren’t available in essential oil form. Their aromatics are too delicate to be distilled.

Lucky, we have plenty of other floral oils to choose from. The luminous smells of rose, lavender, geranium, ylang ylang, and jasmine certainly lace your home in spring notes.

Easter candy

Today, many associate Easter with sweets and treats. Baskets stuffed with chocolate eggs, jelly beans, little peeps, mini eggs, marshmallows… the list of scrumptious Easter treats goes on and on.

I love gourmand scents and had so much fun modeling Easter diffuser blends after spring candies. You’ll need sweet-smelling oils like tonka bean, cocoa absolute, and Peru balsam to captivate these candy essential oil blends.

Lime, grapefruit, sweet orange, and other citrus oils add a bit of tang and infuse the blends with a bright note that is simply perfect for this sunny time of year.

Spiritual blends

If you’re religious, Easter is also a season of hope and spirituality. It’s a time to strengthen your faith and reflect on the resurrection of Christ.

With this in mind, I created 3 blends that connect with the spiritual aspects of the holiday. The blends use aromatic botanicals of biblical days, such as cedarwood, frankincense, and juniper.

Some recipes include palo santo, laurel, and blue tansy, which I find have spiritual qualities that I find like to diffuse during prayer and devotional practice.

And even if you don’t consider yourself religious, I hope you’ll enjoy the relaxing and grounding properties of these blends. They’d be perfect for mediation and provide calm in moments of unrest and stress.

Happy Easter Blend

13 Easter essential oil blends

Below, I’m happy to present you with my favorite Easter scents that set the mood for Easter and spring. You’ll learn 13 Easter diffuser blends that I have created to help you bring the holiday to your home and make the perfect Easter and spring atmosphere.

Think of these diffuser recipes more as inspiration than definite recipes. The beauty of aromatherapy is that you can customize the scents to your personal preferences and work with your available oils. So go ahead, tweak the blends to your liking and make them your own!

#1 Happy Easter

This beautiful Easter essential oil blend is the perfect scent for Easter. It’s a revitalizing, floral scent that your family will enjoy all season long.

  • 3 drops sweet orange
  • 2 drops geranium
  • 2 drops ylang ylang
  • 1 drop rose

#2 Easter Bunny

If you’re in the mood for something refreshing, try this blend. Fresh Lemongrass and sweet orange are enriched with ginger and cardamom.

  • 3 drops lemongrass
  • 2 drops sweet orange
  • 1 drop ginger
  • 1 drop cardamom

#3 Egg Hunt

Is there anything more fun than hunting for eggs and treats? This diffuser recipe with lemon, mint, and verbena embodies a fun-spirited Easter egg hunt perfectly!

  • 4 drops lemon
  • 3 drops peppermint
  • 2 drops vetiver

#4 Little Peeps

Pay tribute to one of the most popular Easter candies with this little peeps diffuser blend. It smells sweet and toffee-like with sparkly hints of lime and lemon.

  • 4 drops Peru balsam
  • 3 drops tonka bean
  • 1 drop lemon
  • 1 drop lime

#5 Easter Eggs

Chocolate eggs are a key element to any Easter basket, and you’ll only need a handful of oils to recreate a delicious, candy-like aroma.

  • 2 drops cocoa absolute
  • 2 drops Peru balsam
  • 1 drop patchouli

#6 Be Hoppy

This scent has everything you want in a positive and uplifting scent: sweet blooms, relaxing woods, and hints of fresh citrus.

  • 3 drops ylang ylang
  • 2 drops sandalwood
  • 1 drop sweet orange
  • 1 drop cedarwood

#7 Hop To It

This Easter fragrance features notes of zesty lime and radiant greens like sunny basil, mysterious verbena, and fresh peppermint. It’s a wonderful outdoor scent!

  • 4 drops lime
  • 2 drops basil
  • 1 drop verbena
  • 1 drop peppermint
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#8 Jelly Beans

Jelly beans are a popular Easter basket stuffer. Their sugary-sweet smell makes a delightful diffuser blend, too!

  • 5 drops tangerine
  • 2 drops lime
  • 2 drops pink grapefruit

#9 Sunday Brunch

This next blend honors a classic easter tradition and time spent with family. It features the smells of foods you’d typically find at a Sunday brunch.

  • 4 drops vanilla
  • 3 drops lemon
  • 2 drops cassia
  • 1 drop black pepper

#10 Hot Cross Buns

Do you know that tasty smell of hot cross buns wafting from the bakery in the days before Easter? This Easter diffuser blend recipe encapsulates those warm and spicy aromas perfectly.

  • 4 drops Peru balsam
  • 3 drops cinnamon
  • 1 drop ylang ylang
  • 1 drop lemon

#11 Easter Morning

If you’re looking for spiritual essential oil recipes to celebrate the true meaning of Easter way beyond chocolate eggs, this is the scent for you. The elegant notes of bergamot and lavender join with palo santo essential oil, the holy wood.

  • 3 drops bergamot
  • 2 drops lavender
  • 2 drops blood orange
  • 1 drop palo santo

#12 Blessed

This blend is flat-out magical. The floral aromas of geranium and ylang ylang connect with the grounding scents of juniper and frankincense.

  • 3 drops geranium
  • 2 drops yalng ylang
  • 2 drops juniper
  • 1 drop frankincense

#13 Resurrection Day

Lastly, we have a reflective scent composed of blue tansy, spearmint, cedarwood, and laurel. I love diffusing this blend during prayer and mediations.

  • 3 drops blue tansy
  • 2 drops spearmint
  • 1 drop cedarwood
  • 1 drop laurel
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Printable Diffuser Blends

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Easter essential oil recipes

Setting up an Easter diffuser

Enjoying your Easter diffuser blends is truly so easy. Here’s a quick step-by-step guide on using your diffuser and making the most of your essential oil mixes.

  1. Set it up. Position your diffuser near an outlet. Ideally, the diffuser should be 2 to 3 feet above the floor, for example, on a table or nightstand, so the scent can be properly distributed into the air.
  2. Fill tank. Fill the water tank with room temperature or lukewarm water to the fill line. Filtered water or distilled water is best. If running your diffuser often, top-up once the water runs low.
  3. Add oils. Drop your Easter diffuser blends of choice into the water tank. The quantities are enough for 100 to 200 ml diffusers.
  4. Specify settings. Switch the diffuser on and adjust the settings to your liking. Some aromatherapy diffusers have different spray settings and LED lighting to cast a lovely illumination.

Tip: Diffusing with flowers

For the ultimate Easter experience, put your diffuser next to a bouquet of fragrant spring flowers. As the essential oils diffuse, they mix and mingle with the flower fragrances, creating truly unique and complex smells.

I like to place my diffuser next to a hyacinth arrangement. Not only look fresh spring flowers absolutely stunning, but their rich scent also compliments my Easter scents so well and creates such a lovely ambiance.

Easter essential oil

FAQ

Are Easter diffuser blends aromatherapeutic?

Yes, these Easter diffuser blends provide aromatherapeutic benefits. Diffusing essential oils is a wonderful wellness application and can enhance and improve your mood and wellbeing.

Can I use these Easter scents for soapmaking and skincare?

Yes, these spring blends are lovely to fragrance homemade soap and skincare products. To ensure the mixture remains within safe levels, use the oils at a 2% to 3% concentration.

Cold-pressed citrus essential oils (such as lemon, lime, grapefruit, and bergamot) are phototoxic. They can cause a reaction if applied to the skin and exposed to the sun. Instead, reach for steam-distilled versions of these oils, which are considered non-phototoxic.

You also want to skip the Sunday Brunch and Hot Cross Bun blends. These recipes contain cinnamon and cassia. Their irritancy renders these oils unsafe for skin care.  

Can I use the blends for candles and home fragrance?

Of course! The blends are great for various home fragrance and air freshener ideas like candles, room sprays, and wax melts. For more details, browse through our collection of homemade essential oil candles.

Easter Essential Oil Blends

How to store Easter essential oil blends

If you find a blend that you really love and want to diffuse on repeat, whip up a larger batch. That way, you have your favorite spring blend handy whenever you want to diffuse it.

Simply get one of these 0.17-oz / 5 ml amber glass bottles. Using a mini funnel, fill it with your spring essential oil blend. A bottle of this size can hold approximately 200 drops of oil. As you multiply the drop count, be sure to keep it below 200 drops.

Essential oils react sensitively to heat and sunlight. UV rays disrupt the volatile scent molecules and lessen the quality of your oils.

To protect your spring essential oil recipes best from these influences, store your Easter essential oils in a dark, cool place that isn’t exposed to sunlight (e.g., a cupboard, lidded box, or drawer).

Easter Diffuser Blends

Easter Essential Oil Recipes

Yield: 1 Easter diffuser
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 3 minutes

Learn how to make the best Easter diffuser blends! Here, you’ll find 13 easter essential oil blends that capture the smell of the season and celebrate everything you love about the spring holiday. From fresh florals to sweet candy aromas, these Easter scents are perfect for home fragrance and aromatherapy.

Ingredients

Happy Easter

  • 3 drops sweet orange
  • 2 drops geranium
  • 2 drops ylang ylang
  • 1 drop rose

Easter Bunny

  • 3 drops lemongrass
  • 2 drops sweet orange
  • 1 drop ginger
  • 1 drop cardamom

Egg Hunt

  • 4 drops lemon
  • 3 drops peppermint
  • 2 drops vetiver

Little Peeps

  • 4 drops Peru balsam
  • 3 drops tonka bean
  • 1 drop lemon
  • 1 drop lime

Easter Eggs

  • 2 drops cocoa absolute
  • 2 drops Peru balsam
  • 1 drop patchouli

Be Hoppy

  • 3 drops ylang ylang
  • 2 drops sandalwood
  • 1 drop sweet orange
  • 1 drop cedarwood

Hop To It

  • 4 drops lime
  • 2 drops basil
  • 1 drop verbena
  • 1 drop peppermint

Jelly Beans

  • 5 drops tangerine
  • 2 drops lime
  • 2 drops pink grapefruit

Sunday Brunch

  • 4 drops vanilla
  • 3 drops lemon
  • 2 drops cassia
  • 1 drop black pepper

Hot Cross Buns

  • 4 drops Peru balsam
  • 3 drops cinnamon
  • 1 drop ylang ylang
  • 1 drop lemon

Easter Morning

  • 3 drops bergamot
  • 2 drops lavender
  • 2 drops blood orange
  • 1 drop palo santo

Blessed

  • 3 drops geranium
  • 2 drops yalng ylang
  • 2 drops juniper
  • 1 drop frankincense

Resurrection Day

  • 3 drops blue tansy
  • 2 drops spearmint
  • 1 drop cedarwood
  • 1 drop laurel

Instructions

    1. Set it up. Position your diffuser near an outlet. Ideally, the diffuser should be 2 to 3 feet above the floor, for example, on a table or nightstand, so the scent can be properly distributed into the air.
    2. Fill tank. Fill the water tank with room temperature or lukewarm water to the fill line. Filtered water or distilled water is best. If running your diffuser often, top-up once the water runs low.
    3. Add oils. Drop your Easter diffuser blends of choice into the water tank. The quantities are enough for 100 to 200 ml diffusers.
    4. Specify settings. Switch the diffuser on and adjust the settings to your liking. Some aromatherapy diffusers have different spray settings and LED lighting to cast a lovely illumination.

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