11 Easter Table Decorations You Can Keep Out All Spring

It’s time to break out of the winter blues. You can display these spring-themed accents all season long.


Florentine Egg Plates

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Even though these pastel earthenware plates are shaped like eggs, they’ll add some beautiful color to your table the whole season. Inspired by hand-marbled papers from Florence, they’re great for serving appetizers or desserts. And since they’re microwave- and dishwasher-safe, they might just become your everyday plates.

To buy: $35 for set of 4, williams-sonoma.com.


Dahlia Napkin

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All you need to dress up your everyday dinnerware and table linens are these pretty blue napkins with a painterly dahlia design. The classic blue and white color combination will make it easy to incorporate into your existing tabletop décor.

To buy: $8, anthropologie.com.


Fishs Eddy Gilded Age Carafe

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Spring or Easter décor doesn’t have to be all pastel bunnies and flowers. This carafe’s floral patterns in shades of golden yellow make it perfect for vintage lovers. Use it to serve up a refreshing iced tea or lemonade during Sunday spring dinners.

To buy: $22, nordstrom.com.


Gingham Easter Bunny Placemats

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Little ones will love the playful bunny shapes at the bottom of this cotton and linen placemat. Plus, adults can appreciate how the neutral tones make it less juvenile. They’re low maintenance too—you can throw them in the washing machine when they get dirty.

To buy: $35 for set of 4, surlatable.com.


Floral Motif Oval Porcelain Serving Plate

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Serve up your seasonal main course on this elegant porcelain oval dish. The beautiful botanical design will make every entrée look special, even if it’s something you cook all the time.

To buy: $36, zarahome.com.


Jute Table Runner

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You can completely change the look of your dining table with an inexpensive table runner, like this one made of jute. The natural material adds some interesting texture, while the vivid color choices—like aqua, rose, ivory, and a chartreuse green—will brighten the space.

To buy: starts at $15, worldmarket.com.


Villeroy & Boch Made in Germany Wildr Rose Bowl

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Use this medium-sized bowl to serve up your favorite seasonal side dishes. The pretty and delicate rose design brings the garden straight to your dining table. And even though it’s spring-inspired, you can use this cheerful piece in the summer months, too.

To buy: $25, tjmaxx.com.


Lilac Glasses

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Replace your normal cups with these detailed ones that are inspired by traditional pressed glass. The subtle lilac shade adds a hint of color to your table, without being too distracting. Choose from a highball or double old-fashioned version.

To buy: starts at $5, crateandbarrel.com.


Hydrangea Napkin Ring

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If the unusual weather this year messed up your garden blooms, you can still keep flowers on your table every day with these elegant hydrangea napkin rings. The simple white hue makes it easy to incorporate into any kind of dining table aesthetic. And since hydrangeas are ever popular, you’ll want to keep these out for summer dinner parties and beyond.

To buy: $4, pier1.com.


Threshold Ceramic Flower Cake Stand

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Place your sweet treats on this simple cake stand with a flower motif. The everyday design makes it versatile for dinner parties, birthday bashes, and Easter brunch. It’s made of glazed porcelain, so you’ll need to hand wash to clean.

To buy: $20, target.com.


Flower Taper Holders

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Every elegant dinner needs some mood lighting. Pair your ordinary taper candles with these blooming decorative holders. Choose from an iris, poppy, and narcissus, or group all three together to create a little “garden” vignette on your dining table.

To buy: $48 each, shopterrain.com.