10 Apr A Pink and Green Easter Tablescape
Easter’s on its way! This year’s pink and green Easter tablescape was simple, bright and would be so easy to copy with items you already have at home.
My pastel Easter egg garland is from Michael’s and makes a great runner for your table. It would also be cute to decorate your fireplace mantel or to amp up a windowsill. I love that the eggs are on bendable wires so you can configure it exactly how you want it. If you don’t have a garland, you could place plastic Easter eggs across the table to create your own.
For the place setting, I used my pink Easter dessert plates that have little bunnies and florals around the edge. I also chose my light pink beaded water goblets. Both of these were Home Goods finds. The muted green linen tablecloth with a tassel trim is from Amazon.
For the flower centerpieces, I re-arranged flowers left over from my work’s 25th anniversary party. One vase was filled with two bunches of white tulips while the second was a combination of white carnations and white stock flowers. I love to mix and match flowers and vases. You don’t need to have multiple of the same vase — pick two different ones for a more unique and interesting look.
If you’re searching for more Easter entertaining ideas, head over to my post on how to make an Easter charcuterie board complete with salami roses, butterfly crackers and more. I also have a post on how to set up an Easter mimosa bar, which is always fun for brunch celebrations.
What do you think of this pink and green Easter tablescape? Have you set your table yet?