I don’t use pink in a lot of my home decor, but the exception to that is at Easter time. Pretty pastel pink always makes me think of Easter dinner. Every year, I use some pink elements for our dining table, but this year I’ve incorporated even more pink. Gold accents and neutrals balance the pink. To put my Easter Tablescape in Pink together, I shopped my home for lots of the decor. I added a couple of new pieces that I couldn’t resist when I saw them.
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I shared my Easter egg place cards in a recent post. If you missed it, you can see how I put these together by clicking the photo below.
I started adding to the table by creating a centerpiece. Using a white pitcher, I place two bunches of faux flowers inside. Michaels had these on sale recently. They were just the right size for this pitcher. I added in some bead stems to give it a little more height.
I found two of these pretty pink glass bowl at TJ Maxx. I would have bought a set of them to use as dessert dishes, but you know how it can be at TJ Maxx- there’s rarely a set of anything. So, I bought the two that they did have to use on the table. I added some neutral colored paper grass and a couple of speckled pink eggs to each dish.
Each place setting started with a blush charger. I searched all over town and online for some pink plates. I couldn’t find any plain ones or ones that were soft, pale pink. While I was at Tuesday Morning recently, I spotted these plastic pink plates. While I’m not usually a fan of using these on my dining table, I couldn’t pass them up because they are the perfect shade of pink. They are being used for their color and won’t be used for food. They are topped with plain white plates and a pressed glass dessert dish. I’m not sure how old these dessert dishes are. I found a set of ten of them at a local vintage shop several years ago.
I added a strip of Washi tape to each napkin ring and then did an accordion fold for the napkins. Each one has a sprig of stems with pink beads added to the folds.
I’ve had the cute bunnies with the large egg for a couple of years.
I painted two wooden discs using the same paint that I used for the bunnies on the place cards. It’s Waverly in Ballet Slipper Pink. The salt and pepper shaker bunnies sitting on the discs are a are a pair that I bought at Target last year.
A couple of other candles are added to the pink candle holders and I’m using a couple of crystal candle holders for pink tapered candles.
It’s always great to be able to sort through items I already have and add in only a couple of new pieces to get a fresh look for our Easter Tablescape. Some DIY projects combined with inexpensive decor purchases keep the cost for getting a pretty look low.Set a pretty Easter tablescape using pink, gold, and neutrals. #Easter #Tabelscape BunnyDecor Click To Tweet
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Easter Tablescape in Pink
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