Easter nest wreath with eggs full of truffles
Dessert plate natural table
Who said Easter is about rabbits? These festive animal dishes give chameleons, bees, and more some love.
Chintz floral napkins
You can’t go wrong with flowers when it comes to decorating for Easter, so choose a simple floral napkin that will also facilitate your cleaning work.
cake with flowers
Do not limit your flowers to vases, put them in your desserts. Opt for real edible flowers or practice your culinary skills, leaving them uncovered.
Bunny Taper Holder
Can’t resist a good conical candle? Show them on a rabbit-shaped stand.
carrot flower bouquet
Carrots are not just snacks: place the vegetables in a transparent vase along with white flowers to give it a touch of extra color.
Flower Market Container
This fun floral wine bucket is perhaps the most capricious way to relax the bottle of your choice.
Ribbon Napkin Ties
A white tulip and a coordinating ribbon are all you need for an elastic napkin ring. Combine with your napkins for an even more beautiful environment.
All the reasons for rabbits, please.
A citrus table
At this brunch party organized by interior designer Charlotte Moss, wicker cutlery and vases of delicate and unpretentious yellow flowers on a lemon-patterned tablecloth look classic and optimistic, while splashes of green-painted dishes add a sense of modern art If you live in a warm place, be sure to provide your Easter guests with some shade through an umbrella.
Golden polka dot egg candles are a fun complement to any Easter table.
Designer Heather Taylor recreated the motif in her great-grandmother’s dishes for bouquets at a garden party. “Even if the guests don’t notice the reference, it’s a lovely detail that adds fun symmetry,” he says about the bells and wonders. The perfect setting for an Easter table.
Forsythia flower stalk
The stems of yellow flowers add an earthy and ethereal feel to any spring table.
Cloth table runner
Textile designer Michael Devine evokes a romantic outdoor party that will surely inspire an Easter table worth spending. “To complement the floral arrangements, I chose the yellow and white table runners on my Chantal fabric,” he says. “The vintage crockery with a blue and white chinoiserie pattern has been combined with napkins tied with a striped ribbon.” He put fantasies of fake butterflies in the arrangements, making them seem to flutter through Queen Anne’s tie.
Cascade wine glass
Toast a successful Easter brunch with these glasses of rose wine or cascading champagne.
Designer Donna Karan created this natural table. “I love this tree!” she says. “It looks like it’s growing off the table, creating a canopy. Wood adds a lot of heat.” Proof that Easter decoration doesn’t have to be too sweet and cake-centered.
Papillon Lucky Butterfly
These baccarat crystal butterflies come in nine different colors, so you can combine them with any table landscape.