These Are the Items You Need From Joanna Gaines’ Easter Collection

Joanna Gaines might be pregnant with her fifth baby, it hasn’t slowed her down one bit. She and Chip have refreshed their Hearth and Hand with Magnolia line with Easter-themed goodies for their third collaboration with Target. You likely remember the holiday line, which included ornaments, stockings, and gifts, as well as the second line, which Joanna designed to brighten up your place during the winter doldrums.

The Fixer Upper stars’ Easter line showcases Joanna’s famous farmhouse style, mixed with some whimsy that the kids will love. If you plan on hosting an Easter — or spring — brunch, you definitely need to look into these reasonably priced pieces. They’re the perfect thing to celebrate spring.

1. Jade glassware

green glassware

The green will pop on your table. | Target

  • Appetizer plate: $5.99
  • Pedestal dessert bowl: $5.99
  • Glass cupcake stand: $5.99

Your grandparents probably had a lot of jade glassware, so these will likely bring back some memories. Putting jade glassware on your table can add a new, cool element to your look. “These jade bowls give your table some color and make an all-white dinnerware set feel sophisticated and special,” says Joanna, according to People.

Next: Crank it up a notch.

2. Beaded serving dishes

beaded serving dishes

The details make the pieces stand out. | Target

  • Loaf pan: $16.99
  • Serving platter: $29.99
  • Quiche dish: $19.99

Add some beaded edges to any serving dish and it instantly becomes more interesting and detailed. Joanna Gaines thinks so, too. “It’s all in the details,” says Joanna, according to People. “Beaded edges are just the thing to take these serving pieces up a notch.”

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3. Joanna’s Easter-specific items

serveware

Incorporate the holiday in an elegant fashion. | Target

  • Metal bunny ear napkin ring: $2.99
  • Decorative wire basket: $9.99
  • Easter kitchen towels, set of two: $9.99
  • Egg tray: $14.99
  • Bunny egg cup: $9.99
  • Bunny serve bowl: $24.99
  • Egg votive candle holder: $6.99
  • Paper mache eggs, six-count: $9.99

Joanna’s collection of course includes some things that have Easter written all over them. Think how cute your table would look set with bunny napkin rings, some egg-shaped votive candles, and an egg tray filled with dyed eggs

Next: It’s all in the details.

4. Detailed glassware 

glassware

They’re subtle but special. | Target

  • Glass fluted tumbler: $3.99
  • X-patterned glass goblet: $6.99
  • Juice glass: $3.99
  • Clear glass tumbler: $3.99

These glasses would be a standout on any table. Joanna designed them specifically so that “the goblet-inspired silhouette and subtle details complete the table and draw just enough attention to themselves,” according to People.

Next: For Easter and beyond

5. Wood-and-metal serveware

serveware

These can be used year-round. | Target

  • Two-tier wood and metal cake stand: $32.99
  • Acacia wood serving bowl: $34.99
  • Wood and metal covered cake stand: $34.99

These serving dishes certainly would make for a great-looking Easter table — and they also work for the rest of the year. “Good serving dishes should be just as practical as they are beautiful,” says Joanna. “This two-tiered server is great because it maximizes vertical space, and I love the mix of the galvanized metal and wood.”

Next: Virtually everyone needs these.

6. Floral napkins

nakpins

Embrace the spring season with floral print. | Target

  • Set of four napkins: $9.99

What Easter table would be complete without some floral napkins that say spring is here? If you have neutral place setting, these might be the perfect accent to liven up the table. They come in a set of four, they’re 55% cotton and 45% linen, and you can throw them in the wash.

Next: Virtually everyone needs these.

7. Joanna’s tips for setting a springtime table

flowers in vases

Joanna Gaines loves using greenery. | Joanna Gaines via Instagram

  • Cost: Priceless

Joanna Gaines’ style is not only fabulous, it’s usually affordable. In her blog, she gives tips about how to set the perfect springtime table. Flowers are the name of the game for spring, and Joanna suggests combining them with produce and artificial greenery to create an interesting arrangement. Just choose a cool vessel — like the wooden crate Joanna used — for your arrangement, get some flowers, some produce from your local grocery store, a little artificial greenery and go to town.

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