Sunday Best

Dress up your Easter spread with these 10 tabletop picks
Easter Egg Cotton Dinner Napkin | Photo: Courtesy of Crate & Barrel
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Half the fun of Easter Sunday is dressing up.

It's time to put away your dark winter coats and knitted sweaters for something a little more springy. From pulling out tea dresses and bright button-downs to adorning the ham with pineapple rings, it's a day of celebration, and your table shouldn't miss out either.

Browse through our picks below for a most stylish Easter spread.

  • Narcissus Taper Holder

    Skip fussy floral arrangements and nestle these delicate metal candleholders on the table instead. Bonus: They'll add an intimate glow as your brunch winds down to evening.

    shopterrain.com, $48

  • Terracotta Cassoulet

    Bring out your Easter ham in style with this rustic, USA-made terra-cotta cassoulet. Or throw tradition to the wind and make a warming crock of cassoulet instead.

    abchome.com, $295

  • Pure Crystalline Egg

    Let the kids hunt for plastic ones outside; this jade-hued stoneware egg is for the adults. Handcrafted in Vermont relying on Old World techniques, it's sure to be the stunner on your table.

    simonpearce.com, $195

  • Abstract Checkerboard Tray and Coaster Set

    Set out this splashy tray full of cocktails—complete with sturdy coasters—for the adults while the kids bust into the Easter candy.

    ofakind.com, $105

  • Tinted Glasses

    Get a jump on rosé season with these aquamarine tumblers, made in collaboration between artisan glassblowers in Morocco and Hawkins home decor in Hudson, New York.

    schoolhouseelectric.com, $7 to $14 apiece

  • Easter Egg Cotton Dinner Napkin

    Hide eggs at the table with these spring-hued cotton napkins.

    crateandbarrel.com, $5 (available in-store only)

  • Kiki Pitcher

    Inspired by French nightclub crooner Kiki de Montparnasse, this sculptural pitcher is still tame enough for an elegant luncheon.

    jonathanadler.com, $98

  • Round Robin Teal Server

    Give your cheese and charcuterie a cozy home on this modern Chinese oak platter with a pop of teal on the side.

    cb2.com, $40

  • Skuren Flatware

    This simple but sweet stainless steel set has the curves of a Victorian locket but with a bit more versatility and longevity for everyday use.

    ikea.com, $40 for a 20-piece set

  • Bunny Shadow Puppet Tray

    Decoupage goes glam with this John Derian platter, reproduced from the famed New York designer's collection of antique prints and perfect holding for Easter sweets.

    johnderian.com, $88

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