There’s just something about Easter. Even those who don’t celebrate are often moved by the palette, the tulips blooming this time of year, and the general optimism of the day. This year, many of us continue to need a bit of brightness and light to help us make it through the week (or to happy hour).
Our art director has been creating Zoom backgrounds for those of you working from home (in your cabana, ahem) making coworkers hungry. She had a particularly fabulous time with that pastel palette we all know and love this time of year. Hop along, review the how-to, and check out these gorgeous backgrounds.
Here’s how to change your Zoom background!
- Scroll through the images below and save your faves by dragging and dropping them to your computer desktop.
- Now head to Zoom and log in. (For a how-to video on background changing, go here or here.)
- In the upper-right corner; click the settings gear icon.
- Head on over to “video” in the left column to make sure your lighting is correct, and neither too bright nor too dark.
- Then click “virtual background” from the left-hand-side bar.
- Click the plus-sign icon to upload your favorite look. (Get stuck? Review the video.)
1. Classic Pastel Chic
For those who the holiday will see playing croquet in sweater sets and adjusting their floral arrangements “just so”: We see you, we admire you, and this is the classic Easter egg backdrop you need and deserve.
You know what’s sweet? Sending your family members care packages of Easter treats, then greeting them with these little guys hopping through the background.
We don’t mean to brag, but our Peter Rabbit collection (from spatulas to snacks!) is ridiculously cute, and will look just as good over your shoulder.
6. Minimalist Easter
Does you life maybe need a damask bunny dinnerware collection? Maybe yes, maybe no, but regardless, this is a laid-back way of saying “Easter rules.”
So your memories of Easter are sugar-saturated. Awesome! We’ve got the Zoom background for you, sugar. (And, um, we sell incredible Easter candy.)
You’re the sort of person who has a Christmas wreath, a Halloween garland, an Easter wreath, a Valentine’s Day centerpiece: You just love holidays. Okay, OK! We’ve got you. Go here, click “tabletop,” and have a grand time.