I just found the best of the (very early) Williams Sonoma Easter collection

The Williams Sonoma Easter collection features everything you need for hosting Easter brunch

A three panel image of the Williams Sonoma Easter Collection
(Image credit: Williams Sonoma)

Easter falls in March this year, so it's no surprise that some brands have dropped their Easter collections early. It feels like we've only just finished Christmas, but Williams Sonoma is out in front of the pack with a huge Easter collection. 

The collection features a mix of decorative and edible items to help you set the table for Easter brunch. From dinnerware collections inspired by vintage classic characters such as Peter Rabbit to decorative and functional egg displays, Williams Sonoma Easter collection offers a variety of Easter table decor delights.  

While I'm not convinced by everything in the collection, I've worked my way through all four hundred and seventy-two products to bring you the very best. 

Williams Sonoma Easter Collection

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Williams Sonoma is one of the first brands to launch an Easter collection, but you have lots of other options for spring decor. I've already covered the Crate and Barrell spring collection and Joanna Gaines' Hearth & Hand spring collection, and it's worth exploring your options there. When it comes to Easter Sunday lunch, I've also worked my way through the whole of the Anthropologie spring collection to find the best Anthropologie spring tablescape ideas. 

Jessie Quinn
Contributing editor

Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.