A Delightful Easter Tablescape with Mark and Graham

A Delightful Easter Tablescape with Mark and Graham


Mark and Graham Easter decor

During my almost four years of blogging I have come to appreciate companies that consistently have high-quality gifts and products as well as top notch customer service. That’s why it’s a dream come true to be able to partner with Mark and Graham. Their personalized gifts have been on DoSayGive’s gift guides for years, but today I am delighted to show y’all how to incorporate some of their gorgeous spring entertaining pieces into a beautiful Easter tablescape!

After a long winter I am so ready for bright and cheerful colors in my home and in my life. We’ve had a nice stretch of warm weather here in Dallas so I am hoping we can eat Easter brunch outside this year. Whether eating indoors or out, Mark and Graham’s spring entertaining accessories will make your table pop with delight this spring.

Mark and Graham’s new color fringe napkins and coasters are such a fun and easy addition to your entertaining repertoire, especially when balanced with their woven monogrammed placemats (which I use every day!). And a little raffia tied around each one adds a nice touch.

Monogrammed Fringe Napkins

And, goodness, wouldn’t these fringe napkins be such an amazing hostess or wedding shower gift? I kind of want them in navy, too!

Celebration Wine Bowl

Of all the new products at Mark and Graham this spring I think I am most excited about this Celebration Wine Bowl. As a former event planner, I am drawn to multipurpose entertaining vessels like this. I will not only use it to display wine but also favors at my children’s birthday parties. I can even see myself filling it with florals or a few potted plants for a gorgeous centerpiece (or just put the mimosa ingredients as the centerpiece as shown above!).

This gorgeous wine bowl also comes in a sterling silver or copper finish for a more formal entertaining and would be an amazing wedding gift!

Stemless glasses for seated parties are great because the low center of gravity reduces the number of spills. These new Tritan Acrylic Wine Glasses can not only be used for wine but a specialty cocktail or even sweet tea. I made a Nashville-inspired fruit tea for because it was my favorite thing ever when I lived there. I think the pop of pink is really what makes the table pop, don’t you?

monogrammed stemless wine glasses

I currently have these glasses on an acrylic tray in my dining room and my girls just grab them for water sometimes;). The acrylic glasses in clear are such a great gift (and a monogram can be laser engraved for an extra charge). But they also come in blush, orange, turquoise, and a multicolor set.

White Picket Fence Easter Basket

Mark and Graham has so many darling Easter baskets – they can be personalized with your child’s name or use in your tablescape or decor. 

mini serving board with knife

Mark and Graham provides free gift wrapping which is why it’s one of my go-to destinations for thoughtful gifts for men and women. And just about anything can be personalized. Find more of their beautiful gifts on DoSayGive’s year-round gift guides.

Do you have any special Easter traditions you plan to incorporate into your Easter table? My grandmother always made a simple ambrosia (sliced oranges, sweetened coconut, and a dash of orange juice – no marshmallows in hers!) so I think I will make some for Easter weekend.

Thank you so much to Mark and Graham for sponsoring this post!


Photos: Sweet Memory Photography



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16 thoughts on “A Delightful Easter Tablescape with Mark and Graham

  1. I just ordered your complete outfit! So darling! I can’t wait to wear it! And I LOVE the wine bowl! Such a great gift! Thank you Lee!

    1. Oh so fun! Yes, the wine bowl is amazing. Something I will use a lot! And the ruffle sleeve blouse will be a statement spring piece in my wardrobe. Cute dressed down with jeans or cute shorts. Thanks for commenting!

  2. Hey Lee,
    Could you tell me where your table runner is from? I have been trying to find one similar to this.

  3. I miss that fruit tea so much from when we lived in Nashville too! So refreshing! I loved almond tea there too.