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Easter brunch table

March 22nd, 2018

5 simple ways to set an inviting Easter brunch table

Who says that celebrating Easter has to be complicated? Definitely not us! Here’s a quick look at everything you need to celebrate with ease—hello, effortless entertaining!—and welcome everyone around an Easter brunch table that’s rustic and inviting, down to the very last detail!

1

Mix things up with textures, patterns and materials

To create a welcoming atmosphere and give your Easter brunch table a little personality, mix and match plates of various patterns and textures, in a palette of complimentary neutral tones. (Seems easy enough so far, right?)

To enhance the rustic charm of the dinnerware, opt for hammered flatware and (why not?) create a striking contrast and up the warmth factor with gold-plated metal that blends in with the caramel colour of a wooden tabletop.

2

Want flowers? Think seasonal and local

Create a rustic, contemporary, springtime feel on your Easter brunch table with fresh flowers—local or seasonal (it’s spring, so anything’s possible!)—in a ceramic pitcher-turned-pastoral-vase.

No fresh flowers? No problem! Take some real branches, add a few artificial flowers or succulent arrangements, and voilà! In no time flat, you’ve got a simple (and stunning) spring centrepiece.

Molteno dining table, Kotor plates, Bercy flatware, 
Lindos ceramic pitcher

Zagreb plate

3

Keep the menu simple

Take care of drinks and fresh fruit yourself, and ask each of your guests to bring a homemade or store-bought dish (no judgement here!). The idea is to keep stress off the menu—and for this, nothing beats family-style shared dishes.

The menu can be centred around simple dishes like waffles (like these delicious Lemon poppy seed waffles spotted on Two Peas & Their Pod), brioches, croissants, pancakes, breads, muffins, cookies… (Is anyone else getting hungry?)

If you’re feeling creative and have a little time to spare, whip up some deliciously simple homemade jam (hello, spicy peach jam from Love & Lemons blog!) to spread on toast.

And so that your guests can let you know ahead of time what they plan to bring (instead of you ending up with more baguettes than a French bakery), coordinate everything with a quick and easy-to-use app like
Thing to Bring.

4

Serve your guests in style

Just because the vibe is casual doesn’t mean you can’t add a touch of sophistication to your Easter brunch table setting (and finally use that fancy whatchamacallit you just had to have). On the contrary! Even the simplest dishes will shine bright next to your finest serving utensils. Your guests won’t be able to resist serving themselves!

Belleville salad server set

Bercy flatware, Lindos ceramic pitcher

5

Table the service

Want to avoid having to get up to serve drinks just as you’ve (finally!) sat down? Put pots of coffee, tea and hot chocolate in the centre of the table alongside pitchers of juice. This way, you’ll end up spending more quality time with your guests (and you won’t need any extra caffeine when it’s time to clean up!).

1

Mix things up with textures, patterns and materials

To create a welcoming atmosphere and give your Easter brunch table a little personality, mix and match plates of various patterns and textures, in a palette of complimentary neutral tones. (Seems easy enough so far, right?)

To enhance the rustic charm of the dinnerware, opt for hammered flatware and (why not?) create a striking contrast and up the warmth factor with gold-plated metal that blends in with the caramel colour of a wooden tabletop.

2

Want flowers? Think seasonal and local

Molteno dining table, Kotor plates, Bercy flatware, 
Lindos ceramic pitcher

Create a rustic, contemporary, springtime feel on your Easter brunch table with fresh flowers—local or seasonal (it’s spring, so anything’s possible!)—in a ceramic pitcher-turned-pastoral-vase.

No fresh flowers? No problem! Take some real branches, add a few artificial plants or flowers, like eucalyptus or lavender, and voilà! In no time flat, you’ve got a simple (and stunning) spring centrepiece.

3

Keep the menu simple

Zagreb plate

Take care of drinks and fresh fruit yourself, and ask each of your guests to bring a homemade or store-bought dish (no judgement here!). The idea is to keep stress off the menu—and for this, nothing beats family-style shared dishes.

The menu can be centred around simple dishes like waffles (like these delicious Lemon poppy seed wafflesspotted on Two Peas & Their Pod), brioches, croissants, pancakes, breads, muffins, cookies… (Is anyone else getting hungry?)

If you’re feeling creative and have a little time to spare, whip up some deliciously simple homemade jam (hello, spicy peach jam from Love & Lemons blog!) to spread on toast.

And so that your guests can let you know ahead of time what they plan to bring (instead of you ending up with more baguettes than a French bakery), coordinate everything with a quick and easy-to-use app like Thing to Bring.

4

Serve your guests in style

Belleville salad server set

Just because the vibe is casual doesn’t mean you can’t add a touch of sophistication to your Easter brunch table setting (and finally use that fancy whatchamacallit you just had to have). On the contrary! Even the simplest dishes will shine bright next to your finest serving utensils. Your guests won’t be able to resist serving themselves!

5

Table the service

Attica plate (coming soon), Bercy flatware, Lindos ceramic pitcher

Want to avoid having to get up to serve drinks just as you’ve (finally!) sat down? Put pots of coffee, tea and hot chocolate in the centre of the table alongside pitchers of juice. This way, you’ll end up spending more quality time with your guests (and you won’t need any extra caffeine when it’s time to clean up!).

Happy Easter!


Want more inspo? Take a look at these irresistible ideas for a colourful and festive Easter brunch table.

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