15 Pretty Picks for Your Easter Table
Bunnies and pastels done right.
Easter is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start designing a tablescape for those of you who are hosting festivities. Whether you’re having a casual brunch or an elegant dinner, your guests will appreciate a pretty table.
You can definitely work with what you’ve got, but sometimes it’s fun to add fresh items to the mix. A new table runner or eye-catching salad plates can totally transform a table. I’ve rounded up 15 of my favorite picks. Take a look, and see what you think.
Green Glass Pedestal Stand
Create an eye-catching centerpiece with this charming green pedestal. Top the stand with curated, Easter-inspired decor.
Whimsical Bunny Salad Plates
Lighten the mood at your table with these adorable salad plates. The quirky bunny faces will offer a conversation starter for guests.
$29.95 (set of 4), pier1.com
Rose-Hued Juice Glasses
These pretty glasses will add a subtle touch of color to your table setting. Pair the trendy pink hue with a subdued blue for a soft, stylish spring palette.
$14.99 (set of 6), target.com
Bunny Belly Bowl
Pottery Barn’s collection of bunny-themed stoneware is ridiculously adorable. I especially dig the bunny that holds your salad toppings (or nuts, candy, etc.) in its belly.
Speckled Canape Plate
An egg-like speckle pattern and pastel colors make these small plates the perfect choice for an Easter table.
Nest Placecard Holders
I don’t know about you, but I just can’t pass up mini beaded eggs in a mini straw nest.
$20 (set of 4), potterybarn.com
I love the raised dots and scalloped details on these glasses — not to mention their gorgeous lilac hue. Pair them with zingy yellow accents for a dreamy Easter palette.
Floral Table Runner
Watercolored posies adorn natural linen cloth to make a gorgeous runner worthy of a delicious Easter dinner.
Brass Terrarium Centerpiece
Group brass terrariums filled with Easter accessories in the center of your table to create a trendy Easter centerpiece.
If you love vibrant color, this floral dinnerware might be perfect for you. Mix and match colors carefully to achieve a styled look.
Bunny Salad Plates
A bit more formal than the whimsical bunny plates featured above, these beautiful dishes offer an elegant look.
$36 (set of 4), potterybarn.com
If you’ve been thinking about updating your flatware, now might be a good time. Consider this gorgeous gold collection with a subtly asymmetrical design.
Bunny Salt + Pepper Shaker Set
The lovely floral detail on the backs of these bunnies gives them an edge above the rest.
Pastel Egg Cups
I’m not sure you could serve eggs in a cuter way. The beaded details and soft pastel colors create a vintage feel.
$32 (set of 4), potterybarn.com
Gray Linen Napkins
For the ultra-classic host or hostess, these gray linen napkins are a must-have. Pair them with vibrant yellow accents for your Easter table.
$39.95 (set of 4), williams-sonoma.com
Carrot Chocolate Pudding Cup
It may look like carrots peeking through the chocolate pudding, but they're actually strawberries. To make these adorable cups, dip strawberries into orange candy melts and let dry on wax paper. Fill clear cups with chocolate pudding, and top with a layer of crushed chocolate cookies to create "dirt". Place one chocolate-covered strawberry into each pudding cup, letting the green leaves of the strawberry peek out the top. Serve with miniature spoons.
Pink Snowball Cake
Bring a colorful centerpiece to your Easter table with this hot-pink snowball cake. Add a dab of pink food coloring to tint frosting and coconut various shades of pink. Get the recipe>>
Royal Icing Bird Nest
All you need are four ingredients and a balloon to make this delicate, porcelain-like bird's nest. It's a perfect spring-inspired centerpiece or can become the perfect way to display Easter candy and other small sweets. Get the recipe>>
Carrot Cake Cookies
Turn classic carrot cake into an on-the-go treat with this delectable cookie recipe. The soft carrot cake cookies are finished off with a cream cheese icing and finely chopped nuts. For an exceptionally tasty treat, use cream cheese to sandwich two cookies together. Get the recipe>>
Pink Snowball Cakelettes
For many, Easter feels like the start of spring. These hot-pink snowball cakelettes certainly look and taste like the beginning of a brand-new season. The muffins get their bold color and flavor from a sweet coconut syrup and shredded coconut rolled around the exterior. Get the recipe>>
Three Ways to Make Deviled Eggs
Jazz up your standard deviled eggs recipe by adding some tasty flavor combinations like bacon, spinach, red onion, tomato, Parmesan cheese, parsley, basil and pine nuts. Is your mouth watering yet? Get the recipe>>
Satisfy everyone's palate by making a fruity, berry-filled "breakfast casserole" for Easter brunch. Each bite will feature a crunchy bread crust, ricotta, soft strawberries and a splash of orange. Get the recipe>>
Easter Egg Macaroons
Use eggshells to bake macaroon batter and form a traditional Easter egg shape. For an extra-sweet taste, dip each baked macaroon halfway into melted chocolate and let harden for a delicious shell-like coating. Get the recipe>>
Spring-Inspired Petit Fours
Do you really want to impress holiday guests? Then give these pretty petit fours a try. These bite-sized treats are perfect for larger gatherings where finger foods are a must have. Get the recipe>>
Grilled Citrus Herb Branzino
Introduce warm-weather flavors to your Easter menu with a grilled herb branzino recipe. Add color to the table by serving it with a bright and rustic salad. Get the recipe>>
Chocolate Strawberry Shortcakes
Chocolate strawberry shortcakes? You heard right. We've added an unexpected twist to the classic warm-weather dessert. Strawberries and chantilly cream form a light sandwich filling in between two chocolate biscuits for this no-fail treat. Get the recipe>>
Strawberry Milk Whoopie Pies
These strawberry whoopie pies bring spring-time strawberry flavor to your Easter menu. Sprinkle nonpareils in your party theme colors to make them more festive. Get the recipe>>
Coconut Almond Bunny Tails
Satisfy your sweet tooth with these coconut truffles that resemble cute bunny tails. The roasted almond center provides the perfect amount of saltiness for a delectable flavor combination. Get the recipe>>
Tiffany-Blue Macarons With Orange Blossom Buttercream
Sugar pearls give these Tiffany-blue macarons an elegant look. Pair the macarons with orange buttercream frosting for a delicious flavor contrast. Get the recipe>>
Jelly Bean Place Cards
It's not Easter unless jellybeans are involved. Tape the bottoms of colorful cupcake liners together and fill with jellybeans in corresponding colors. Write each guest's name on a piece of paper taped to a toothpick, and insert it in the middle as place cards. The place cards serve double duty as party favors.
Carrot Cake Cocktail
Speckled Egg Petit Fours
Use your favorite pound cake recipe to make these adorable egg-shaped petit fours. Get the speckled look using a cocoa powder and vanilla extract mixture. Get the recipe here>>
Coca-Cola Cupcakes With Salted Peanut Butter Frosting
The sweet cake flavor, paired with peanut butter frosting, provides the perfect sweet and salty bite your guests will love eating after meal time. Get the recipe>>
Neopolitan Bonbon Cupcakes
If you're having a formal Easter party, make sure to place these beautiful, sweet cupcakes at the center of the table. The Neopolitan cakes are topped with Belgian chocolates for an elegant look. Get the recipe>>
Skip egg dyeing this year, and dye marshmallows instead. These sweet treats are embellished with edible gold leaf for a stylish addition to your Easter basket. Get the instructions here>>
Easter-Inspired Chex Mix
Make your Chex Mix fit the theme with the addition of Easter-inspired candies. Mix one bag each of pastel-colored M&Ms, Easter peanut butter M&Ms, Chex Mix cereal and one can of cocktail peanuts in a large bowl. Place mix in colorful, patterned cupcake liners, and style on a white cake stand to give height to your snack table.