Whether you are hosting an Easter brunch or just having Easter dinner with your family, this spring-inspired pink and green Easter tablescape will provide some beautiful Easter decorating ideas for your table.
It’s almost officially spring and that means Easter is coming up soon!
I always associate one with the other, which is why my Easter tablescapes are almost always inspired by spring flowers.
And this year isn’t any different.
The Easter Table Decor Inspiration
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First I found some gorgeous green and pink place mats at Pier 1. (Which unfortunately means, none of them are available any more).
They reminded me of early spring flowers (like the star magnolia that was blooming in my back yard). So I just had to have them!
But then the table kind of took on a life of its own.
First, I found some beautiful pink glass chargers.
Then some really pretty lace edged plates and green plaid appetizer plates (both on the clearance rack) caught my eye.
Some cute bunny napkin rings were just the thing to add a touch of Easter without going too over the top.
And then there were the birds nest place card holders that represented both spring and Easter. I couldn’t resist!
When I saw a glam Easter wreath, I had to pick it up, too. Yes, I was in a shopping mood that day.
By that time, I had to drag myself out of the store before I cleared out their whole dinnerware section! Good thing it was all on sale!
The Place Settings
Most of the time, when I buy a bunch of stuff like this without doing any advance planning, I end up returning most of it because it doesn’t really fit with the picture in my head.
Not this time.
I love the way the place settings look.
How adorable are these Easter eggs in a small nest?
I used them as place card holders (but forgot to take pictures with the cards on them…sorry!)
You could easily make them with supplies from Michael’s or Hobby Lobby (you can see a similar project where I made DIY bird’s nest Christmas ornaments).
And the Easter bunny napkin rings are so cute!
At least I already had the cutlery, napkins and pink glasses so I didn’t have to spend any extra money on those!
Originally, I was planning on using a table cloth, but after I put the table setting together, I actually liked it better without one.
My black dining table really makes the spring colors stand out.
The Bunny Centerpiece
Of course, after I got the table set with all of my new dishes, I realized that I didn’t get anything for the centerpiece.
I happened to find a really inexpensive marble and wood bunny statue at Home Goods that was the perfect height for the middle of the table.
And what’s an Easter celebration without the Easter bunny? (Or bunnies in this case…)
Adding some candles and greenery candle rings (that I already owned) finished off the look of this spring table setting.
When you place the candles close together, the candle rings look like a fabulous floral centerpiece. But they’re so much easier to arrange.
And they totally take the place of a table runner!
I think this is the best place* to find floral candle rings. They can be a bit pricey so I always wait to buy them on sale.
The Buffet Decor
You might be wondering what I did with the wreath.
The backdrop behind my buffet is the perfect wreath-hanging location. It is such a show stopper that I didn’t think I needed to add much more.
A few tall candle sticks across the top of the buffet and it was done.
The Finished Pink and Green Tablescape
Now that it’s all done, it still feels like spring to me. Which is exactly the vibe I was going for.
I liked it so much, I went a little crazy with the picture taking.
So I hope you can bear with my while I share them.
And hopefully it’s not too much like going through thousands of pictures of your friend’s vacation to Europe 🙂
Hopefully you have found some inspiration for your own spring-inspired Easter tablescape.