Easter Entertaining Two Ways
Spring is the time for hosting—
and Easter is the first holiday to kick off the season of sunshine. With the Easter holiday right around the corner, it’s just the time to start drawing inspiration for a spring tablescape. From table runners to placemats to centerpieces, styling your dining table with an egg-centric spread is the perfect way to welcome guests and prepare any spring meal. Even if you’re just planning a small Easter meal at home with your family, we suggest stealing ideas for our two styled tablescapes below to mix-and-match for your own Easter table display. Also, a Shea-approved spring recipe, lemon arugula spring salad, perfect for that starter dish.
Check out Shea’s Easter Gift Guide here.
Look No. 01 | A Darker Palette
To ease into springtime, we suggest trying a darker palette for your Easter table styling, layering in lighter and brighter elements along the way. With a neutral, gray color scheme, this look appeals to brighter, sunnier days without diving full force into white. Start with a subtle tablecloth that welcomes spring through the floral motif versus through color. After you’ve established a base with a neutral foundation, add a touch of whimsy with woven placemats, then layer in color with soft blue-grey napkins. We love the smallest pop of color Shea incorporated into this tablescape with the yellow taper candlesticks.
Look No. 02 | A Cream Base
This tablescape look is more of the traditional vibes you see on Easter, with shades of white and cream intermingling throughout. We love the floral arrangements in this look, with sweet bunches—lily of the valley on the right and muscari on the left—displayed together as if they’re fresh-picked from the garden. Simple, clean white dishware keeps this look sophisticated in a traditional way, embracing the tablescape styling that is time-honored come spring.
Can I get these dining chairs in England?
Hi! We don’t ship internationally at this time. So sorry!
Interested in that beautiful olive tree. Did you sell it?
Hi! We used a live olive tree in the space.