Full Bloom: A Spring Holiday Guide

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Though I’m not from a particularly religious family, nor one that ate meals together growing up, Easter was one of the few times out of the year that we’d get our traditional gathering fix. We’d dress up in florals and pastels and dye easter eggs after going to church with my Grandma. I’d eat chocolate from gift baskets and pretend to eat the couple of recipes she sneaked onto the menu from her 50’s housewife days––pearled onions, mint jelly for the lamb––before I could really stuff myself with mac and cheese. Basically, it was camp. And this year, I’m going all-out.

Incidentally, as my mother and I prepare to co-host our first Easter party since 2019, I’ll also be attending my boyfriend’s family’s Passover seder for the first time. I’ve been scouring the internet for a perfect outfit, an appropriate gift, and some PDFs of a good haggadah to prove that I’m not like other shiksas. 

So whether you’re hosting for the holidays, making your debut as a gorgeous gorgeous guest, or just want a reason to eat, drink, and be merry, here’s a moodboard of brands and products that'll make sure your spring holiday season is coming up roses. 

The Outfit

Credit: Lisa Says Gah 

While I’m usually more of a hoodie and jeans kind of gal, I relish in the opportunity to adhere to a good theme. Springtime gatherings are a perfect time to go full wildflower with it –– after such a long holiday hiatus, I’m damn near ready to show up dressed like a peep. 

The Table

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Whether you’re hosting a large party or want a whimsical, intimate dinner for two, there’s nothing wrong with getting your Martha Stewart on. Here are some cute ways to deck out your dinner table to show that you’re the hostess with the mostess. Just be sure to leave a seat for Elijah. 

The Gift

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There are many kinds of gifts to give. Wine, food, or kitchen tools to help out the host, a beautiful bouquet to brighten the table and show your appreciation, or even a playlist to make sure the vibe is right. If you’re really feeling festive, you can assemble your own Easter basket––there are plenty of ways to get creative and add your own spin.   

How are you showing out for the spring holidays? Snap some pictures of your tablescapes, outfits, and gift baskets and tag us @thequalityedit

Hero image via @flowers_esthetique.

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the web’s best products. If you purchase through our links, we may receive a commission. Our editorial team is independent and only endorses products we believe in.

Though I’m not from a particularly religious family, nor one that ate meals together growing up, Easter was one of the few times out of the year that we’d get our traditional gathering fix. We’d dress up in florals and pastels and dye easter eggs after going to church with my Grandma. I’d eat chocolate from gift baskets and pretend to eat the couple of recipes she sneaked onto the menu from her 50’s housewife days––pearled onions, mint jelly for the lamb––before I could really stuff myself with mac and cheese. Basically, it was camp. And this year, I’m going all-out.

Incidentally, as my mother and I prepare to co-host our first Easter party since 2019, I’ll also be attending my boyfriend’s family’s Passover seder for the first time. I’ve been scouring the internet for a perfect outfit, an appropriate gift, and some PDFs of a good haggadah to prove that I’m not like other shiksas. 

So whether you’re hosting for the holidays, making your debut as a gorgeous gorgeous guest, or just want a reason to eat, drink, and be merry, here’s a moodboard of brands and products that'll make sure your spring holiday season is coming up roses. 

The Outfit

Credit: Lisa Says Gah 

While I’m usually more of a hoodie and jeans kind of gal, I relish in the opportunity to adhere to a good theme. Springtime gatherings are a perfect time to go full wildflower with it –– after such a long holiday hiatus, I’m damn near ready to show up dressed like a peep. 

The Table

Credit: Our Place

Whether you’re hosting a large party or want a whimsical, intimate dinner for two, there’s nothing wrong with getting your Martha Stewart on. Here are some cute ways to deck out your dinner table to show that you’re the hostess with the mostess. Just be sure to leave a seat for Elijah. 

The Gift

Credit: Baggu

There are many kinds of gifts to give. Wine, food, or kitchen tools to help out the host, a beautiful bouquet to brighten the table and show your appreciation, or even a playlist to make sure the vibe is right. If you’re really feeling festive, you can assemble your own Easter basket––there are plenty of ways to get creative and add your own spin.   

How are you showing out for the spring holidays? Snap some pictures of your tablescapes, outfits, and gift baskets and tag us @thequalityedit

Hero image via @flowers_esthetique.

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the web’s best products. If you purchase through our links, we may receive a commission. Our editorial team is independent and only endorses products we believe in.

Though I’m not from a particularly religious family, nor one that ate meals together growing up, Easter was one of the few times out of the year that we’d get our traditional gathering fix. We’d dress up in florals and pastels and dye easter eggs after going to church with my Grandma. I’d eat chocolate from gift baskets and pretend to eat the couple of recipes she sneaked onto the menu from her 50’s housewife days––pearled onions, mint jelly for the lamb––before I could really stuff myself with mac and cheese. Basically, it was camp. And this year, I’m going all-out.

Incidentally, as my mother and I prepare to co-host our first Easter party since 2019, I’ll also be attending my boyfriend’s family’s Passover seder for the first time. I’ve been scouring the internet for a perfect outfit, an appropriate gift, and some PDFs of a good haggadah to prove that I’m not like other shiksas. 

So whether you’re hosting for the holidays, making your debut as a gorgeous gorgeous guest, or just want a reason to eat, drink, and be merry, here’s a moodboard of brands and products that'll make sure your spring holiday season is coming up roses. 

The Outfit

Credit: Lisa Says Gah 

While I’m usually more of a hoodie and jeans kind of gal, I relish in the opportunity to adhere to a good theme. Springtime gatherings are a perfect time to go full wildflower with it –– after such a long holiday hiatus, I’m damn near ready to show up dressed like a peep. 

The Table

Credit: Our Place

Whether you’re hosting a large party or want a whimsical, intimate dinner for two, there’s nothing wrong with getting your Martha Stewart on. Here are some cute ways to deck out your dinner table to show that you’re the hostess with the mostess. Just be sure to leave a seat for Elijah. 

The Gift

Credit: Baggu

There are many kinds of gifts to give. Wine, food, or kitchen tools to help out the host, a beautiful bouquet to brighten the table and show your appreciation, or even a playlist to make sure the vibe is right. If you’re really feeling festive, you can assemble your own Easter basket––there are plenty of ways to get creative and add your own spin.   

How are you showing out for the spring holidays? Snap some pictures of your tablescapes, outfits, and gift baskets and tag us @thequalityedit

Hero image via @flowers_esthetique.

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Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the web’s best products. If you purchase through our links, we may receive a commission. Our editorial team is independent and only endorses products we believe in.

Though I’m not from a particularly religious family, nor one that ate meals together growing up, Easter was one of the few times out of the year that we’d get our traditional gathering fix. We’d dress up in florals and pastels and dye easter eggs after going to church with my Grandma. I’d eat chocolate from gift baskets and pretend to eat the couple of recipes she sneaked onto the menu from her 50’s housewife days––pearled onions, mint jelly for the lamb––before I could really stuff myself with mac and cheese. Basically, it was camp. And this year, I’m going all-out.

Incidentally, as my mother and I prepare to co-host our first Easter party since 2019, I’ll also be attending my boyfriend’s family’s Passover seder for the first time. I’ve been scouring the internet for a perfect outfit, an appropriate gift, and some PDFs of a good haggadah to prove that I’m not like other shiksas. 

So whether you’re hosting for the holidays, making your debut as a gorgeous gorgeous guest, or just want a reason to eat, drink, and be merry, here’s a moodboard of brands and products that'll make sure your spring holiday season is coming up roses. 

The Outfit

Credit: Lisa Says Gah 

While I’m usually more of a hoodie and jeans kind of gal, I relish in the opportunity to adhere to a good theme. Springtime gatherings are a perfect time to go full wildflower with it –– after such a long holiday hiatus, I’m damn near ready to show up dressed like a peep. 

The Table

Credit: Our Place

Whether you’re hosting a large party or want a whimsical, intimate dinner for two, there’s nothing wrong with getting your Martha Stewart on. Here are some cute ways to deck out your dinner table to show that you’re the hostess with the mostess. Just be sure to leave a seat for Elijah. 

The Gift

Credit: Baggu

There are many kinds of gifts to give. Wine, food, or kitchen tools to help out the host, a beautiful bouquet to brighten the table and show your appreciation, or even a playlist to make sure the vibe is right. If you’re really feeling festive, you can assemble your own Easter basket––there are plenty of ways to get creative and add your own spin.   

How are you showing out for the spring holidays? Snap some pictures of your tablescapes, outfits, and gift baskets and tag us @thequalityedit

Hero image via @flowers_esthetique.

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