Florals for spring? Groundbreaking. We know, floral tableware during the spring isn’t exactly a new idea, but this homeware staple is a classic for a reason. Hosting during the spring is just magical, from the fresh flowers on the table to the gorgeous greens such as arugula and ramps coming into season. But a gorgeous tablescape truly takes any event to the next level, and we think floral tableware is simply a must during the spring and summer months. Here are our picks for 12 floral plates that are sure to be a conversation starter at your next dinner party.
Lily Sauvage Collection
Dinner plate / Multicolor Lily Sauvage / $190 / Website
A part of the Lily Sauvage collection, this showstopping plate pays a subtle tribute to the founding couturier's lucky flower, the lily of the valley. The bloom intertwines with the graphic Cannage motif in bamboo-inspired lines, giving off all the spring vibes with both organic and geometric shapes.
Wedding Hydrangea Plate / $30 / Website
Understated yet lovely, this white plate embellished with hydrangea motifs is perfect in its simplicity. We love it for its versatility, as this plate is fit for any and all gatherings, ranging from weddings to an afternoon with friends.
Aquazzura Casa Collection
Dinner Plate / Set of two $430 / Website
Crafted of porcelain, this kelly green garden-motif plate is, simply put, a dream. Details abound in gold detailing along the rim, the gorgeous peacock taking center stage, and an abundance of other elements such as flowers, a butterfly, a bumblebee and a dragonfly.
Dinner Plate in Blue / Set of two $230 / Website
Reminiscent of one of Edgardo Osorio's most-loved destinations, this classic blue and white porcelain piece transports your guests straight to the fragrant streets of Jaipur, India. Both traditional and modern, this plate is sure to please for years to come.
Dinner Plate in Pink / Set of two $155 / Website
Italian-made by expert artisans, this dish is a flower within itself and looks excellent when paired with the matching charger plate and dessert plate. The sunken form receives a softer edge and glossy finish, making this dish suitable for both everyday dining and elegant occasions.
Marni x Serax
Midnight Flowers Collection
The newly announced Midnight Flowers, a collaboration between Marni and Serax, is a welcome modern approach to floral tableware. Unveiled during Salone del Mobile in April, the Midnight Flowers Collection will be available for consumers to shop come August. Elegant yet playful, Marni’s first tableware range features slightly asymmetrical forms with unpretentious designs.
Bunny Williams for Ballard Designs
Rosalie Dinnerware Collection
Rosalie Dinner Plate / Set of four $89 / Website
Designed by entertaining expert Bunny Williams, the Rosalie pattern is inspired by old-world botanical paintings. Crafted of porcelain and decorated with pink poppy flowers and gold detailing, this heirloom-quality dish is as timeless as it is chic.
Campbell House Dinnerware Collection
Campbell House Dinner Plate / Set of four $79 / Website
You can’t go wrong with classic blue and white tableware, and Bunny Williams’ Campbell House dinnerware collection is no exception. We love pairing the geometric dinner plates with the floral salad plates for a perfectly balanced tablescape.
ETRO x Ginori 1735
Boho Butterfly Collection
Dinner Plate With Tassels / Multicolor / Set of two $250 / Website
If you’re on the hunt for a statement plate, look no further. Adorned with flowers, leaves and butterflies in nature’s most vibrant hues, the Boho Butterfly collection by Etro and Ginori 1735 is sure to turn heads. The dinner plate’s contrasting border and ornamental tassels provide the perfect amount of interest to your tablescape.
Blooming Melamine Dinner Plate
Set of four $72 / Website
Inspired by antique Indian textiles, these melamine plates are both colorful yet neutral thanks to their muted tones. Pair them with gold silverware for an elevated meal. Perhaps best of all? They’re dishwasher-safe!
Textile Inspired Melamine Dinner Plate
Set of four $72 / Website
Similarly inspired by Indian textiles, this plate’s repeated floral pattern and tones of red and green give an antique flair. Pair them with rattan placemats and green accents for a coordinated look, or contrast them with bright colors for a visually stimulating tablescape.
Blue Flower Collection
Dinner plate / $48 / Website
Popular for a reason, Fete Home’s Blue Flower Collection is an approachable take on blue-patterned tableware. Crafted of ceramic stoneware, these weighty plates boast a whimsical design that brightens up any gathering.
Whether you opt for a classic blue and white pattern or branch out into vibrant color, these floral plates are sure to steal the show this spring.