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Easter Tablescape Design ideas!

Easter Tablescape Design ideas!

For your Easter tabescape you want to focus on the décor, crockery and greenery. It’s best to keep it rustic and simple as it allows you to scatter Easter eggs around to add that pop of colour and fun without making it too overwhelming. For the crockery, keep it modest and use plain white. This allows the dishes and platters to take center stage and gives you more flexibility with other decorations and the colours you use.


A very important point to remember is to have one main focal point. We suggest something in a neutral colour pallet such as the suar vase as its distinctive style will add an interesting element to the table. The neutral browns and soft finish make the perfect addition to your table and the natural grain means there is a stunning view from every corner of the table. The vases add a subtle level of sophistication and style to your Easter table.

Suar vase 

Greenery is essential when styling a table. Whilst you can also include flowers if you prefer, we love the link between the greenery and the Easter bunny. Not to mention, greenery can be easily picked for free from outside or your local park to keep costs down. The simple greenery such as the ones in the vase above adds a natural yet rustic element to the table and keeps the centerpiece interesting without becoming overwhelming.  

For a pop of fun colour, scatter some Easter eggs around the table. Not only will their range of colours be interesting to look at, they also provide an easy, cost effective and stress-free dessert for your guests!



When it comes to serving platters, you can’t go past the Alishka Salad bowl set. These handmade, teakwood bowls are the most stylish way to share food! The set of two bowls includes a spoon and fork set and means you can serve two dishes in bowls that match when entertaining. They also match the vases which means your table will aesthetically flow and delight your guests.

Happy Easter to all those celebrating!

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