Easter Sunday is two days away and the squad decided on an intimate gathering over brunch and, it’s at your place! What are you going to do? You haven’t prepared anything but you have to make it special for your guests! I’ve got you covered, with these graceful table settings and modish centerpieces, you’ll be named the Martha Stewart of the gang.
Everyone should own a simple, white dinnerware set. It’s perfect for almost any occasion. You can mix and match with colorful charges to set the tone for any occasion. When you’re not entertaining, set for a clean, modern look. Check out this set from West Elm.
A spring spread would not be complete without some fresh florals. Think tulips, tea roses, peonies (my favorite), and orchids, these blooms will breathe life into any table setting. You can place a single flower in the napkin ring for an elegant touch or pair greenery with flowers for a centerpiece that’ll give garden party vibes.
Stemware and Silverware
Save the plastic forks for another day. It’s time to bring out the good silverware, or, any silverware for that matter. If you’re serving wine, choose simple glasses. Your tabletop has enough going on. These Crate and Barrel Viv wine glasses are ideal and if you don’t have silverware, this would be the time to pick some up.
You’ve got the dinnerware and flowers, now, you need a centerpiece. Here are a few inspo ideas. A rustic look for brunch is ideal but I’ve also included some fancier options if you choose to go that route.
There are a few elements you may want to consider adding to your tabletop. Wood is a great way to create an outdoor feel. Burlap is inexpensive; you can tie your napkins with it or stuff flowers in there for a countryside atmosphere. Mason jars can be used for drinks or to hold flowers. EGGS! It’s Easter, throw in some marble or metallic decorated eggs. Personalized eggs can work as a seating card. Bunnies! No Easter setting would be complete without these little guys. Chocolate bunny parting gifts are nostalgic. Fold your napkins like bunnies are a cute option. More importantly, pick up lace bunny ears for your Easter Insta post!
I hope I’ve given you some great ideas and remember to be creative, not perfect! If you forget something or mess up a dish, make strong mimosas, no one will even notice ; )