Decorate: Spring lunch
Easter is the ideal time to throw down a floral tablecloth and show off your finest vintage crockery
Cut a few big sprigs of blossom from your garden to enjoy inside. They don't last long once picked, so make the most of them and create a beautiful display.
Daffodil jug, £30, Farnham Maltings. Crockery, find similar at Oxfam shops and antiques markets.
Give some old metal cutlery a new look by spray-painting the handles in mint greens, pastel pinks and bright reds.
Cutlery, £3 for a mixed bundle, Salvation Army shop
Irresistible mini eggs in a pastel teacup are sweet in every sense of the word.
Cup and saucer, £12, Sunbury Antiques.
Forget the fondant - decorate the tiniest cupcakes with fresh blossom for a delicate spring treat.
Mint green plate, find similar at Zara Home
The table doesn't have to draw all the attention. Line your shelves with mismatched plates, old books and quarters of vintage fabrics. Add posies of flowers for a fresh final touch.
Use Easter as the ideal excuse to gather friends and family, throw down a floral tablecloth and show off your finest vintage crockery. Pastels are a top trend on this spring's colour palette so there's no reason not to indulge your softer side with some of Selina Lake's creative ideas.