Dress Your Easter Brunch at Home in Your Finest Ware

Follow our 9-step guide to make sure your brunch spread is dressed to impress.

Elevate your table and dress it in Villeroy & Boch's new Avarua tableware collection. The premium bone porcelain collection is delicately covered in strokes of colour to recreate a tropical paradise, creating a stunning canvas for you to serve your dishes on.

Inspired by Mediterranean bistros, Food For Everyone's bistro plates will transport your guests to the South of France with their colourful designs. We love these for sharing dishes that your guests can pick at throughout brunch, and following in the sharing is caring spirit, Food For Everyone donates 50% of profits to frontline charities such as Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, so you can entertain and support wonderful causes at the same time.

Show off your culinary skills in the kitchen and turn dull salads into Paris brasserie-worthy dishes with Truff's Black Truffle Oil. The aromatic oil will add character to your creamy burrata cheese or your mache lettuce salad with a simple drizzle, instantly transforming side dishes into brunch stars.

Brighten up your table with mint green cutlery from Victorinox. This Swiss Modern Table Set will add a dash of colour to a simple table setting or create a colour-blocking scheme to clash with your palette in a fashionable way, think New York Fashion Week for brunch.

Wake up your guests with a coffee brew courtesy of Nespresso's Vertuo Next coffee machine. The cherry red machine will turn any capsule into a range of coffee options, from double espressos to strong long blacks, with each guest getting his or her preferred wake-up call, turning you into a talented barista.

Impress your brunch besties with your coffee-making prowess and create perfect cappuccinos with Illy's electric milk frother. The easy to use frother can also be used to make yummy creamy hot chocolate and cold drinks.

For guests who prefer their brunch beverage British-style, make sure you have Yorkshire Tea on hand. The family-owned tea label offers a selection of different blends including Proper Strong Black Tea, a rich and smooth blend that marries well with your sweet and savoury spread.

Any brunch isn't complete without bubbles so make sure yours sparkles with Brown Brothers's range of Prosecco. The winery offers rosé and non-vintage varieties as well as the Prosecco Ultra Low, a wonderfully zesty bottle with notes of green apples, and with only 0.5% alcohol it will give you just the right amount of buzz for a Sunday morning.

For something a little bit stronger, impress your guests and show off your mixology skills with the help of Ryan Reynolds's gin, Aviation. Combine 45ml of the gin, 20ml of lemon juice and 20ml of honey syrup in a shaker with ice, shake, then strain into a glass and serve, and we promise this Bees Knees cocktail recipe will crown you the queen of brunch.

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