Spring Wine Entertaining Table Setting

Spring Wine Entertaining

Gather friends and family for a delicious spring meal or prepare an Easter brunch they will love using this airy outdoor table setting inspiration. Layer neutral toned placemats and linen covering for an elegant base, using a gray, pearl and khaki color palette.

Choose fresh flowers in a bright, casual arrangement, low enough that guests are comfortable speaking from either side of the table without being blocked out of the conversation by large blooms.

Spring Wine Entertaining

Gentle candlelight adds an elegance to special occasions. Use empty wine bottles with curled iron Candelabra Wine Bottle Votives and tea lights spaced throughout the table.

Don’t leave guests reaching awkwardly to refill their water glasses. Place plenty of filled carafes within easy access, such as the narrow Stolzle Vulkanos Fire Decanter shown above or delicately etched Lucca Decanter. Add sliced lemon, cucumber or lime for extra flavor and color inside the carafe.

Spring Wine Entertaining

Hearty winter comfort stews should be set aside in favor of lighter foods, such as crunchy chopped salad, smooth deviled eggs, avocado tropical wraps, frittata, and berry tarts.

Tuscan Hammered Copper Tumblers have a relaxed, hourglass shape, keeping drinks chilled while adding a splash of color to the table setting.

Ultima Classic Bordeaux Wine Glasses are hardy enough for everyday use and retain clarity and brilliance in formal settings. With a 10-year break resistant warranty, you can rest easy when setting them out among a large number of guests.

Laguiole Flatware by Jean Dubost is handmade in France from the finest quality materials, using 1.5mm stainless steel blades. Choose from a variety of handle colors, whether looking for subdued ivory acrylic or the fun multicolored set for a casual party.

Spring Wine Entertaining

Display cheese and other bite-sized appetizers safely covered with a domed antiqued pewter finish Cheese Cloche. It will keep insects away when serving outside, and gives a lovely appearance to the table.

Carve and spread the fromage using stylish White Marble Handle Cheese Knives that are cut in a unique square shape that prevents rolling and includes two planes, a knife, and set of prongs.

Looking for ideas on what wine to serve with your spring meal? Read our Spring Brunch Wine Pairings guide.

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