Easter brunch essentials and ideas

We have just entered the season of brunch and of get together. This is the perfect time of the year to invite friends and family for in-door as well as for out-door parties. The days are longer and we feel like enjoying life and having good times with our beloved. We prepare snacks and different kind of appetizers and finger food, getting ready to host friends in a casual and informal style. Recipes for this season confirm this cool “brunch trend”: fresh vegetables, salads, fruits and milk shakes, dips, vegan pies and sandwiches.

Brunch time!

The first appointment of the brunch season is with the Easter brunch; but many many others are yet to come.  Thus we have curated for you a selection of brunch essentials which will meet your different taste and styles.

Somewhere, there is always a rabbit at Easter. Our Bunny platter is a very stylish and contemporary rabbit. It is hand made in resin and it is a true design piece. Absolutely versatile, it can be matched with any style and occasion.

brunch platter

As you know, there is a golden rule to follow when setting a table for brunch. That is to present and serve food playing with different heights. For an impressive tower display, pile the small Altopiano cake stand on top of the large one. The result will be really glam and functional!

brunch cake stand


For those of you who prefer a more classic brunch style, Regina cake stand has a refined and elegant form, but with a contemporary edge. Regina collection is hand made in durable Tuscan ceramic and it includes also charger, side plates and dinner plates.


brunch tuscany cake satnd

Eggs are another must for the Easter brunch. We remain in Tuscany with the charm of Pietra cake stand. A shabby chic centerpiece that adds a touch of vintage into your brunch table setting. The aged white color is an ode to Spring and invites to sit in an outdoor patio.

brunch vintage cake stand

Click on the links for more brunch essentials: cake stands and serving platters; trays and cheese boards .

Photo credits: Carolina Fanni for DishesOnly; Our Food Stories via Pinterest

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