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Our Staff's Picks for Easter Table Settings
Posted by: Sarah Lawen Smith Mar 09, 2024

The Easter season comes with the dueling symbologies of empty tombs and colorful eggs, but the thing they have in common is the idea of new life. Whether the new life you celebrate is by way of resurrection or spring propagation, we are here to help inspire you on your celebration planning journey. We want your friends, family, and guests to feel comfortable and rejuvenated as they prepare to help you welcome the spring season, so our staff has curated 5 different table setting designs to provide a bright background to your Easter festivities.

Sarah’s Pick: Rustic Robin Egg

Easter brings forth those childhood memories of hunting high and low for treat-filled plastic eggs on a warm Sunday afternoon, all while the adults looked on from the back porch rocking chairs. Sarah’s pick for an Easter table setting embodies these memories with a down-home rustic feel and accents of a cheerful robin egg blue. For the main tablecloth, she chose Cambria Ice for its organic base, light blue embroidery, and metallic accents. This cloth pairs well with a matching blue napkin and complimentary rattan charger. To bring out more warm tones, she decided on a gold rim dinner plate and matching gold flatware, and she finished the setting with a collins glass to serve anything from sparkling wine to iced tea and lemonade.

Abby’s Pick: Pastel Color Pop

Pastel colors have long been associated with Easter and the coming of spring. Pastels are transitional colors from the blandness of white to the vibrance of a saturated rainbow, just as spring marks the transition between the bleakness of winter and the brightness of summer. Abby’s pick embraces these transitions with her colorful pastel table setting. She chose a Mosaic Lotus linen with its subtle braided pattern to be layered over Lamour Apple Green. A blue embossed charger with matching blue banded dinner plate rounds out the color pallet and solidifies the braided motif. She finishes the look with a collins glass and elegant plaza flatware.

Hannah’s Pick: Bold Spring Bouquet

Spring is the time of new green leaves and budding blossoms as nature awakens from its winter hibernation. The bright blooms signify growth and new life, perfect themes for the Easter season. Hannah’s Easter table setting showcases bold colors and watercolor florals in her pick for linens, Sweet Pea Fuchsia. A raspberry napkin pairs beautifully with the cloth, bringing focus to the red and pink tones. To keep it bright, she chose a silver beaded charger for the foundation of her dinnerware and topped it with a clean and simple white dinner plate. Stainless arezzo flatware are set to either side, and a crystal carousel goblet adds a touch of whimsy to the finished setting.

Kimisha’s Pick: Cozy Hydrangea Basket

With the spring comes many a flower, among them Alabama’s official state wildflower, the oakleaf hydrangea. Not only are hydrangeas delicate clusters of velvety flowers, but they are also representative of deep understanding and sincere gratitude, emotions that are high during the Easter season. Kimisha’s pick features hydrangeas as the central motif. She chose Hydrangea Meadow as her main tablecloth, and she accented this with a blush-toned egret napkin. Reminiscent of a flower basket, she chose a rattan charger to display behind a white scalloped dinner plate. The setting is completed with gold arezzo flatware and a glass mug to contain a bright herbal tea.

Philip’s Pick: Golden April Showers

Though we always hope for nice weather for our outdoor Easter celebrations, the spring weather often brings with it those refreshing April showers that feed life into the earth and invite the sun to glitter like gold dust in the fresh puddles and dewdrops. This picture is captured in Philip’s table setting pick. The main linen, Baylis Rain Gold, really shines in this setting with its abstract droplets of gold woven throughout the cloth. This combined with lotus pink accents creates the perfect spring pairing. A simple gold rim charger allows the mixed metals of the majestic dinner plate to be the star of the show, and the silver embellishments are accentuated by the silver chateau flatware. A classy stemless champagne flute mimics the shape of a water droplet, and it provides the perfect vessel with which to toast the coming spring.

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