Setting the Easter Table

Spring has officially sprung and Easter is almost here–meaning it’s time to set the table to celebrate!

After many months of winter and darkness here in Seattle, it’s always a joy to see color and life again.

Now, I am not really the biggest enthusiast of seasonal decorating. I like to limit my holiday-specific items to save space. However, I do love to set a table with things that can pull double-duty as decor or tableware for other occasions!

My favorite things about spring are all of the fanciful, soft pastels that abound. Who doesn’t love pastels? Well, maybe some people don’t….

Addams Family Values Morticia and Debbie witty banter.
The lady is a (campy) vamp.

But let’s not let them spoil the fun. Below are some items to brighten your table for Easter and beyond.

Tableware and Decor for Easter

1. Cotton/Linen Tablecloth – “Jardin Aromatique Floraison” by Garnier-Thiebaut – USD $100-215

A cotton and linen French tablecloth featuring illustrated sprigs of lavender, allium, and other fragrant plants.

2. Dinner Plate – “Kyma” Pattern in gold from Themis Z – USD $100

Greek white porcelain plate with gold decoration in a wave pattern.

3. Coupe Glass – Lavender from Estelle Colored Glass – USD $95 for set of two

A lavender colored champagne coupe.

4. Glass Tumbler – Pink Opal from Mosser Glass – USD $17.70

A pink opaline glass tumbler.

5. Napkin – Claridge’s “Green Check” by Summerhill and Bishop – USD $37

A green and white checkerboard linen napkin from Summerhill and Bishop in collaboration with Claridge's.

6. Salt and Pepper Shakers – Wild Rabbit by Quail Ceramics – GBP £25

A pair of salt and pepper shakers from Quail Ceramics in the UK in the shape of wild rabbits.

7. Porcelain Egg Container, Large – Iris, “Oriente Italiano” by Ginori 1735 – USD $620

Richard Ginori large blue porcelain egg.

8. Porcelain Egg Container, Small – Azalea, “Oriente Italiano” by Ginori 1735 – USD $405

Richard Ginori small pink porcelain egg.

And don’t forget to add a bouquet of colorful flowers.

A fully dressed table ready for Easter.


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