In this post: Looking for a cheerful way to set your Easter table? Here are Easter ideas to show you how to use blush pink in your Easter table decor.⇒
Are you afraid of pink?
Well, on the list of things to be afraid of, I’m sure pink is not high on your list.
But I mean, are you reluctant to use pink in your decor? Do you think it might be too feminine for the men in your home. Too sweet and child-like?
If you’d like to use pink but don’t want to commit in a big way, an Easter table setting is just the place!
Today is the last installment in our spring blog hop series and I’m joining with my friends to bring you Easter ideas for your table. Be sure to visit the other posts at the bottom of this one!
Whether you’re having a large group or just staying with immediate family, these Easter table decor ideas will help elevate even the most intimate gathering into a lovely holiday meal.
And what could be more uplifting than a table punctuated by rosy pinks?
As I devised the plan for this spring table, I started with two thoughts in mind of what I wanted to include and the rest evolved from there.
One of those things was a set of these gorgeous lacy white plates from Arte Italica. I’ve wanted them forever and finally bit the bullet and bought them in the various sizes, including these chargers and dinner plates.
But for this table I felt it needed a bit more complexity, so rather than using the matching salad plates, the element that brought my whole concept together was the use of mis-matched vintage china, all with delicate pink floral trim.
I used fresh roses in two shades of pink, to firmly anchor the color palette of the table. I love the gentle blush pink for its softness and subtlety, yet the pop of fuchsia helps liven things up.
To enhance the warmth of the pinks I chose gilt-trimmed stemware, a lovely way to honor the special occasion.
As I mentioned above there were two things I wanted to include from the very start. The second driving force that influenced the design of this table was the use of cherry blossoms as a stately centerpiece. It’s the perfect time of year to have these luscious branches presiding over the table and they make a grand statement that gives the table its identity.
Riffing off the other pinks I brought out my favorite ruffled linen napkins in a barely-there blush pink that oozes charm. They’re gathered within a set of exquisite butterfly napkin rings with pretty pastel jewels in classic Easter egg tones.
And speaking of Easter eggs, I added a small speckled cluster on petit depression glass plates flanking the majestic arrangement in the center of the table.
The final component added was the vintage silver flatware deftly adorned with a romantic floral pattern. This set belonged to my mother and graces many of my tables, and is particularly fitting for this spring-inspired tableau.
I never mind mixing metals and use gold and silver comfortably on tables together.
My Easter table decor is really more white than pink, but the enchanting touches of pink play a commanding role.
It’s hard not to notice their uplifting quality as they add a note of cheer to the holiday table!
Easter Table Decor Resource List
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