Easter-inspired Dinnerware for an Elegant Holiday Celebration

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Create stunning tabletop settings that will wow your guests.

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Spring has sprung and Easter is around the corner. If you are the type of person who loves to entertain then mark April 21st on your calendar and get ready to throw the loveliest Easter fête.

Food, of course, is crucial but the table setup is equally important as it will add to the holiday spirit.

“Make a beautiful centerpiece with fresh flowers, but take care not to make the flowers too tall. Keep arrangements low so conversation across the table is easy,” suggests Rebecca Proctor, creative director and chief brand officer for home décor and dinnerware producer MacKenzie-Childs. “Show-off arrangements can be reserved for the sideboard, mantle, or front hall.”

It is sometimes tempting to overcrowd the table with decorative details such as bunny figurines and eggs, but be careful because they may end up looking too kitschy and get in the way of passing the food.

“The dinner table should feel open and airy, like fresh sunshine,” added Proctor.

Color is your friend so don’t be afraid to use it. She suggests pairing soft araucana egg colors or technicolor brights with fresh flowers and linens for an elegant dining setup.

Now check out the most festive Easter-inspired dinnerware options to purchase ahead of the holiday.

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Courtesy Pottery Barn

Essex Zinc Bunny Platter

Serve bread or pastries in this eye-catching platter “held” by two bunnies made from zinc in a metallic hue.

To buy:  $80, potterybarn.com


Courtesy Neiman Marcus

Versace 2005 Primavera Dessert Plate

Versace’s highly ornate spring-inspired dessert plates will add a bold pop of color to any monochrome tabletop.

To buy: $150, neimanmarcus.com


Courtesy Pottery Barn

Floral Rim Footed Serve Bowl

This footed bowl sports a beautiful watercolor-inspired floral pattern, and is perfect to serve salad at your Easter lunch.

To buy: $49, potterybarn.com


Courtesy Neiman Marcus

MacKenzie Childs Sweetbriar Dinner Plate

This all-white terra cotta dinner plate features a combination of floral and checkered textured details. It is made in Aurora, New York, by 11 different artisans who dedicate up to two weeks to craft every single piece from the Sweetbriar collection.

To buy: $68, neimanmarcus.com


Courtesy Williams-Sonoma

Floral Meadow Cheese Board with Knife

This cute porcelain cheese board will bring the Easter spirit to any dinner party. It comes with a stainless steel cheese knife that has a porcelain handle in a matching pattern.

To buy: $60, williams-sonoma.com


Courtesy Neiman Marcus

Juliska Floretta Tidbit Plates

If you are planning on throwing an afternoon tea party for Easter, these tidbit plates are ideal companions for finger food and tea sandwiches.

To buy: $88/set of 4, neimanmarcus.com


Courtesy Williams-Sonoma

Peter Rabbit Cookie Jar

Place your Easter sweets and cookies in this Peter Rabbit-inspired jar crafted from glazed stoneware.

To buy: $70, williams-sonoma.com


Courtesy Neiman Marcus

Vietri Pastel Glass Assorted Salad Plates

If you’re not a fan of patterns, opt for a mismatched look with these incredibly elegant pastel salad plates.

To buy: $88, neimanmarcus.com


Courtesy Amara

Royal Pip Breakfast Plate

This gorgeous breakfast plate features curved edges and bold colors—ideal for those hosting an elegant brunch.

To buy: $21, amara.com


Courtesy Bloomingdales

Christofle Karl Lagerfeld Limited Edition Mood Flatware Set

This limited-edition stainless steel flatware set comes in an egg-shaped holder and features six of each: dinner forks, knives, tablespoons, and teaspoons.

To buy: $2,650, bloomingdales.com