Easter is right around the corner and you may be wondering how to properly set your dining table. Because you know there is always one guest who is going to judge (probably your mother-in-law). Seriously though, setting the table in an eye-catching way will make a beautiful presentation for your Easter dinner or any other gathering you may have in the future.
If you are like me you err more on the casual side when it comes to setting the table for dinner. Actually, we are really relaxed around here…with our busy schedules we barely get 1 or 2 meals a week together as a family and alot of those are just grab it off the stove and go sit at the table type of affairs. However, every once in awhile I will properly set the table for a basic everyday dinner. Just follow the guide in the picture below and you will be all set!
Now, if you are having a little dinner party you can go a bit fancier than what is pictured above. And adding a nice centerpiece will accent your table beautifully. Below is pictured a step above the casual table setting.
Ok, now on to the fancy schmancy table setting. I don’t think I would ever need anything as complex as this one, but then again most of our meals involve paper plates sooo….Ha! Ha! But just in case you decide to channel your inner Martha Stewart below is the Formal table setting.
To be honest, if I am eating a meal that requires that many utensils and plates had best be served to me rather than me serving it.
If you are in the mood to add some cool retro high-quality wine glasses to your table setting you should check out these beautiful aqua wine glasses. The etched detail is stunning and will look fabulous for Easter dinner or any spring or summer dinner party.
Wow! I may just set the table for dinner tonight. And I think I will skip the paper plates and go for the everyday dinner plates that are in my kitchen cupboard somewhere.
Until Next Time,