Easter Table Setting Ideas for 2023

Easter is a great time to get together with family and friends over delicious food and drinks, so to make your Easter that little extra special, we’ve created some tips on how to create a unique and colourful Easter table this year.

Need some inspiration on Easter table setting ideas and how to construct an Easter tablescape that shows off your style? Follow these five simple steps for the perfect Easter party.

Step 1: Choose a beautiful Easter table colour scheme

Red and yellow Easter teaware setting
Red and yellow? White and black? All white? It doesn’t really matter what colours you pick for your Easter table setting, as long as it shows off your tastes. The Wedgwood way of doing this is to match a vaseful of bold coloured flowers with a table setting of Wonderlust Crimson Jewel and Yellow Tonquin for a truly eye-catching Easter table. The mixture of red and yellow will add a celebration of colour that would be fit for any freshly blooming spring garden.

Step 2: Find a wow-worthy Easter table centrepiece

A colourful teaware setting in front of a big flower bouquet

Fresh flowers are a simple yet effective way to brighten up your Easter table decor. Vases create a fantastic focal point for your Easter table setting. Fill your favourite vase with fresh cut spring flowers to add a wow-worthy Easter table centrepiece.

  • Adding the unique texture and colours of Jasperware to your Easter table will create a unique and easy Easter table centrepiece. Bring a miniature piece of the outside world into your home with Jasper Folia Mini Pots.
  • A Jasper Folia vase filled with freshly cut spring flowers will instantly transform any afternoon tea moment into a celebration of the new season - all you’ll have to do is make the tea and provide the cakes.

Step 3: Mix and match your Easter table decor

An Easter table with colours and white teaware

When it comes to creating a truly unique Easter table, code-mixing your favourite patterns will make your table setting stand out.

  • A great place to start is with a base layer of crisp white fine bone china. The Gio collection offers a beautiful blank canvas for your lush spring salads and perfectly baked sweet treats to shine.
  • Mix with a pop of colour from the Wonderlust collection and as a final touch add in pieces from the Folia collection and you’ll have an Easter tablescape that is an eclectic mix of texture and contrasting colour.
  • Inject a burst of colour and a delightful Easter touch by including colourful eggs, painted eggs, chocolate bunnies, and Easter eggs in your table decor.

Step 4: Lay your Easter table

Lay each place setting for your Easter gathering with your chosen tableware and teaware pieces, and put serveware pieces in the middle where guests can easily reach and help themselves.

Add extra details to your dining table with accents like egg cups, a spring-inspired table runner, colourful teacups, serving dishes, plus napkin rings around colourful napkins.

Step 5: Add those stylish finishing touches

For those extra special touches, you can use your finest cutlery, serve drinks from beautiful crystal glasses and choose a boldly patterned tablecloth to add interest to your whole table.

What foods are typically eaten on Easter?

Easter is a great time to share delicious dishes with family and friends. Here are a few popular foods you can serve this Easter.


Get those tastebuds brimming with anticipation with these simple Easter starters:

  • Cauliflower fritters with herby dipping sauce
  • Spring salad
  • Pea and mint soup
A white Easter table setting with few colourful pieces in

Main Course

Wow your Easter guests with a delicious main course, such as:

  • Roast lamb with all the trimmings
  • Honey-glazed ham
  • Leek and artichoke pie


Add the finishing touches to your Easter meal with one of these sweet desserts:

  • Baby chick cupcakes
  • Carrot cake
  • Easter egg cheesecake
Explore how people celebrate Easter around the world with the Art of Entertaining at Easter.

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