I couldn't find a specific thread for this, so I thought it would be fine to start the discussion.
Mine was as expected. After my experience at the Christmas Day Mass, I had the same expectations for Easter, as I was told of the "holiday Catholics" that come on those two days alone. As my mother and I entered the nave, we were greeted by a large (large for this church) crowd, with many people standing. My mother and I spotted two seats in a pew, but as we approached and asked if we could sit down, the man said that he was 'saving them' for someone else (I'm not sure if that person ever came, but I didn't pay attention). After we could not find any other seats, we — like many others at this Mass — had to stand (after awhile, I started to feel nauseous with the heat and the standing that as soon as we started the Eucharistic preparation, I kneeled alongside the members of the congregation that were in the pew to get some relief).
Not many people talked, and only a few babies cried, this time around, but it was relatively expected given my previous experience at Christmas. Despite this circumstances, it still felt like a very beautiful Mass, and seeing the flowers (white, yellow, and blue) decorated around the altar and the statue of Our Lady was beautiful indeed. I could not see (because of my height) the new members of the Church receiving the Eucharist, but it sounded very solemn and beautiful. There was also a cross (with no corpus) in front of the statue of Our Lady, with a white sheet draped on it. I must say, though, that I was still sad that I felt annoyed once more at Mass, feeling such a way in front of Our Lord, but I felt like I could not help it. It was still a nice Mass despite some unfortunate happenings, so I will look toward the positives (one of my Lenten promises).
Happy Easter, everyone! Christ is Risen!