Easter is such a special holiday for our family. My husband and I love to entertain, and there are a few Easter entertaining essentials that we can’t do without this time of year! Read on & click the photos to shop each of my faves…
What’s an Easter party without the bunny?! Pottery Barn has the cutest (& chicest!) Easter home decor, and their bunnies are faves that never go out of style!
Pretty Easter Plates
When my husband and I got married, my grandma gifted us a set of 12 beautifully painted Easter dinner plates that we’ve loved to entertain with for years! (If they weren’t currently packed due to our upcoming move, I’d totally picture them here!) I love Easter decor that stays timeless and useful, and pretty plates with a Spring motif fit the bill!
My grandma always has candy dishes out around the house (not just on Easter!), so having candy out is a nostalgic thing for me! The hubby and I aren’t big sugar fans, but love the occasional sweets on holidays. Plus, guests love nibbling on a little treat when they’re lounging!
Printed Tea Towels
We usually exchange small gifts on Easter (& Easter baskets are a must!), and a cute gift that’s equally as useful is printed tea towels!
Wreaths aren’t just for Christmas anymore; a natural floral wreath is a welcome addition to your front door to welcome guests before they even come in.
Deviled Egg Tray
This is one that’s 1000% essential to us! My mom makes THE best deviled eggs ever, so a convenient egg serving tray is a must for displaying these yummy snacks!
One of the things our family does on holidays is put out a ton of cheeses and crackers to nibble on when we’re cooking the main meal throughout the day, and I love how elegant wood serving boards look!
Floral Scented Candle
I’m obsessed with scented candles! I always have one burning in the guest bathroom or the kitchen when we’re entertaining. Floral scents are just perfect for Springtime, too!
Pastel Dessert Plates
Dessert is huge for us: we usually have a smorgasbord of cookies and other handmade treats after a big Easter dinner! I’ve been collecting pretty dessert plates, so these pastel plates from Anthropologie are the next on the list!
Hope you have a blessed Easter holiday!