Brunch Table Treasures

Celebrate the season with bright Fieldshop by Garden & Gun items for your springtime meals

With the shedding of winter layers and the blooming of candy-colored azaleas comes another sure-fire sign of spring: the return of the outdoor brunch. Whether gathering with family around the Easter ham or dusting off the grill on your back deck, the warmer months bring a renewed affection for dining alfresco. This season, refresh your serveware collection (and your small-bite repertoire) with these artisan goods, available at Fieldshop by Garden & Gun, to ensure a memorable affair.

Cocktail Napkins

Inspired by a love of classic embroidery inherited from her consummate-hostess grandmother, Malia Palma founded Lettermade, featuring a trove of napkins inspired by vintage linens. This delicate blue-stitched set makes for an elegant pairing with any fine china. $84 for set of four, ggfieldshop.com

Wine Glasses

Lean into spring’s loveliest hues with a set of lavender glassware by Estelle Colored Glass. Dreamed up by the South Carolina native Stephanie Summerson Hall, this delicate stemware adds a splash of color and catches the afternoon light just so. $175 for set of six, ggfieldshop.com

Milk Chocolate Bumble Bees

Treat your guests to a little something decadent—with a spring motif to boot. These milk chocolate–coated bites by Nashville’s Colts Chocolate Co. come filled with rich layers of salted caramel and toasted pecans. $21, ggfieldshop.com

Napkin Ring 

To create a stylish atmosphere, attention to detail is key. For a subtle touch, slide your favorite cloth napkins through this olive wood ring by the design studio Be Home. $9; ggfieldshop.com

Carafe with Glass 

Whether you’re topping off water glasses or serving up punch, this hand-blown carafe by Sir/Madam offers a sophisticated take on functional tableware. $66, ggfieldshop.com

Serving Bowl

Minimal in tone yet eye-catching in shape, Be Home’s textured stoneware serving bowl makes a striking centerpiece on any brunch table. $110, ggfieldshop.com

Serving Spoons 

Based in Asheville, North Carolina, Lost Cove Jewelry is known for bold, textured jewelry in fine metals, as well as tableware and cocktail gear. Made for tossing salads, these shimmering Evan serving spoons get hand-forged in brass. $190, ggfieldshop.com

Serving Ladle

Dole out your easy sipper of choice with this silver-plated ladle, designed by the entertaining experts at Sir/Madam. $48, ggfieldshop.com

Cake Stand 

Give your latest baking project the fanfare it deserves with this vintage-inspired cake stand by Estelle Colored Glass, available in blush pink and mint green. $225, ggfieldshop.com

Buttermilk Biscuit Mix 

No Southern soiree is complete without a basket of fresh-baked biscuits. When you don’t have time to start from scratch, Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit mix comes to the rescue—just add butter, cream cheese, and buttermilk. $8, ggfieldshop.com