A pretty tablescape for Easter dinner is always fun to put together. This year, I’m using mixed metals and bunnies for our dining table. A combination of gold, silver, rose gold, and pink complete the look. For me, creating a pretty tablescape adds some joy to any special occasion.
Layering always gives a nice look for any tablescape. I started with a cream colored runner and used chargers in blush pink. I purchased these last year at Michael’s.
I’ve had this dinnerware for years and years. It’s not a set that I use often, but it’s perfect for this Easter Tablescape. The pink and silver of the dishes goes well with the chargers.
I used silver napkin rings with neutral napkins. A simple bow fold works well. To add a little touch of Easter to the place setting, I added one of the golden eggs that I made last Easter. I’m using them as cute place cards by writing names using a chalk pen. I like the combination of silver and gold for each setting.
When I spotted this Easter piece at TJ Maxx a couple of weeks ago, I knew it would look great for my tablescape. I love the soft pink of the egg.
While I was shopping at TJ Maxx, I also bought two of these pink crackled glass standing eggs. The color is perfect.
I added a couple of small white ceramic bunnies. I’ve had these for a while.
I love using my depression era candle holders. These are Iris Herringbone from Jeanette Glass Company. My mother collected a lot of this pattern and it was one of my favorites. Over the years, I’ve managed to collect quite a few pieces, but I’m always on the look out for more!
I enjoy using a combination of the vintage pieces and new finds to bring together a pretty tablescape that we’ll enjoy!
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