If you are already looking ahead to Easter and your Easter table decorations, then we are here to help you shop for these items online this year. Easter 2021 is going to look a little different, with the rules being that you can celebrate inside with your household or outside in your garden along with another household. Whichever way you are planning to celebrate in 2021 – indoors or al fresco – it's important to ensure your table looks the part. Because why plan a grand feast if you are yet to nail your Easter table decor? It's arguably just as important.
From subtle Easter-themed napkins to rattan napkin rings to set the table in style, egg decorations and even an artificial grass table runner, here's everything we are buying for our Easter tables in 2021. Handpicked by our Shopping Editor, you'll want to buy these items quick before they sell out – soon everyone else will get the same cracking idea.
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Easter table decor – 10 top buys for SS21
1. Napkin rings – take your pick from these two for your Easter table
Whether you already have some linen napkins you use frequently and wash, or you will be buying Easter-themed napkins in 2021, you'd better buy some rings to display them on your table in style. You'll find two options below – one of which is Easter-related with carrots as the holder, and the other could be used year-round as they are made from rattan.
2. A table runner – this one is made from artificial grass to bring the outdoors in
Take things to a whole other level with help from this unique table runner from John Lewis. Boasting a faux grass look, use it to bring the outside this Easter Sunday. Pop it atop your tablecloth and accessorize it with eggs and faux flowers to make a statement. You can use this runner for your serving plates to sit on, to protect your table, too.
3. What about some new placemats? These jute ones are perfect for your Easter table
These neutral placemats would make a lovely addition to an Easter table. They're plain so as not to distract eyes from the rest of your table decor, yet they will be sure to add texture – for Easter or any other occasion.
4. Invest in some new glassware – these gold foiled ones are beautiful
This glassware from Anthropologie is an easy buy to bring spring straight to your table. These decorative glasses feature a gold embellished floral design, and they come in different shapes and sizes. From highball glasses to flutes and a stemless glass. Talk about make a statement...
5. You'll need some serving bowls and plates for your Easter table, too...
For your roast potatoes, your salad or whatever else you have for Easter dinner, you will definitely need some new fitting serveware. Stick to the outdoors theme with this collection from John Lewis – it's decorative and unique. That and you can buy matching everything, from side plates to dinner plates and serving platters.
6. Buy a new jug for your Easter table of dreams and serve water (or wine) in style
This lovely jug featured braiding at the bottom to make it easier to grip – and stylish to display on your table. Use it for water or wine, indoors or out. A simple addition that can make a huge difference. It's much better than having a bottle of water, or wine, on the table, that's for sure...
7. Invest in a new tablecloth – this white linen one is perfect
Go all out on splurge on a lovely new tablecloth – The White Company's offerings are high-quality and they'll last for years to come. Opting for a white tablecloth means you can go fancier on your table decor, without looking too much. Also, we know that a white tablecloth can make any room look lighter with ease, too. You could even use it in the garden, too.
8. Buy some Easter-themed napkins – these ones from H&M are lovely (and subtle)
We try to stray away from anything that screams Easter and is brightly coloured, so when we spotted these napkins we were pleasantly surprised. They are from H&M home and they come in a pack of 20 and they feature a print motif of a pastel blue and yellow wreath, and read the words 'Happy Easter'.
9. What about some pastel-coloured eggs to decorate your table with?
These Easter eggs aren't the ones you'd find on a hunt in the garden, they are more the type that you display on a table or mantlepiece. Or, on your Easter tree since they come with string for hanging. We think they'd look best either placed on plates or sprinkled over a table, and you can reuse them every year.
Set of 12 Mini Easter Egg Decorations | £5 at Anthropologie
Each pack includes 12 decorative eggs that are made of plastic and painted in pastel colours and speckled to look life-like. They come with hanging strings so you can pop them on an Easter tree, but we think they would look lovely dotted around your Easter table, instead.
10. A faux floral garland – for laying in the centre of your table to add colour
If you are going for a simple look on your Easter table this year, then buy a faux garland to pop straight down the middle of your long table. Then, you can accessorise until your heart is content with lovely napkin holders and candles. Style the garland around your glassware for a dramatic effect. You can also use this garland again – for summer parties or decorating your home for spring.
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