Easter is the start of Spring entertaining and if you’re hosting this year you may be wondering how to set the table. Here are some lovely entertaining essentials to help you host a beautiful Easter gathering with your loved ones…

Williams Sonoma




It’s always nice when water is served out of a glass pitcher. Something as simple as this really adds an element of fancy schmancy to the table and way prettier than a plastic jug. This gorgeous glass pitcher from Juliska is sure to get lots of attention.




These handmade dinner plates from Anthropologie exude vintage European charm and will accompany your delicious food oh so lovely



Salad plates are also great to use for appetizers and dessert. These lovely gold rimmed salad plates from the Spring Garden collection by Williams Sonoma are just beautiful and truly capture the essence of Spring.



This lovely jadeite cake stand from Martha Stewart is perfect for all those delicious sweets you’ll be indulging on Easter





I love adding an eclectic touch to the table and these red wine glasses rimmed with 24k gold by Anthropologie are just everything!





Napkin rings are always a nice accessory added to the table. These hand woven rings are the perfect natural element to style your dinner party.



A large platter is a necessity at the dinner table when you’re serving big meat dishes and this lovely platter from the Spring Garden collection by Williams Sonoma is just what you need for an Easter gathering.






This beautiful clear marble serving bowl accented with a gold rim by Anthropologie is perfect for serving salad or even pasta.






These fun pastel glass candle holders by West Elm can also be used as vases and adds the perfect touch to an Easter celebration.





These adorable mini Easter basket place settings by The House that Lars Built is such a cute decorative touch on each guest’s dinner plate.





Don’t forget to decorate your door with a lovely wreath like this speckled egg wreath from Michaels



Here are some great recipes I found to inspire your Easter menu:



Drinks: Peach tea & rum cocktail

Appetizers: Cheese board 

Spanakopita (Greek spinach pie)

Salad: Roasted Beet Salad with Burrata

Entree: Roasted leg of lamb 

Sides: Asparagus, peas & fava beans with hollandaise sauce 

Italian roasted garlic & parmesan potatoes 

Dessert: Gluten free almond cake with fresh strawberries


Hostess tip: A few days before your party, clean any serving dishes, glasses and flatware that will be reserved for the day of. This will save you the stress of leaving it until the last minute. The day or evening before, if possible set the dinner table. You will feel relieved when you wake up on Easter morning knowing that all your focus will be in the kitchen.
Holidays can be stressful, but your guests will have a great time if you’re relaxed and also having a great time!



 Comment below and let me know what your entertaining must haves are. Have a blessed Easter!



With love,