Whether you’re celebrating the holiday’s religious history, or you’re just in it for the chocolate (that let’s be honest, you failed to give up for lent) – Easter is an occasion that brings everyone back together for a celebration that’s equal parts family and feast.
So, when the Easter egg hunt – with, or without kids – is over, it’s time to move on to a hearty roast. Let the season set the tone when it comes to your table – here, we’ve enlisted three Floom florists to showcase a trio of arrangements that will provide a striking focal point for your Easter table, while matching a diversity of homes.
Brazilian-born, London-based florist Zita Elze has reinterpreted her distinctive Harlequin bouquet for Easter. It’s crafted from colourful tulips, peonies, parrot tulips, and ginster – that’s sure to bring a fresh seasonal scent into your home – and punctuated with miniature eggs and vibrant feathers that will lend a striking celebratory note to your Easter table. Let the tulips do the talking, style your table simply with white china, gold-tone cutlery, and accent with yellow-tinted glass.
Let the tulips do the talking, style your table simply with white china, gold-tone cutlery, and accent with yellow-tinted glass.
If you’re not big on colour, look to the The Fresh Flower Co’s green Easter offering as a alternative choice. It’s comprised of delicate ornithogalum, hornbeam, catkins, hypericum berries, nostalgic rosemary and striking craspedia and dried scabiosa heads. Style yours with a crisp white tablecloth and smooth ceramics for a minimalist composition, or try out a slightly wrinkled linen paired with vintage bottle-green glasses for a timeless textural finish.
Named after the French-Russian goldsmith and jeweller who’s famed for his intricate imperial jewelled Easter eggs – gifted to royal households in the late 18th and early 19th century – Design By Nature’s Fabergé table arrangement celebrates the colour and decadence of springtime via a vibrant combination of stems. “I’ve chosen a selection of winter and spring flowers. I think this is best represented by the purple hellebores, whereby they slowly darken and dry as we move closer to summer,” explains London-based florist Emily of her masterpiece. The Fabergé also comes as a bouquet version that’s available for delivery nationwide.
Named after the French-Russian goldsmith and jeweller who’s famed for his intricate imperial jewelled Easter eggs...
All dinnerware kindly supplied by TROUVA.