Create a beautiful tablescape for Easter with dusty blue and mango wood accents. Learn how to create this look right now!
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Bring a touch of natural, earthy elegance to your next Spring or Easter celebration with a tablescape using dusty blue and mango wood accents.
Let’s dive into how you can create this sophisticated and inviting setting for your next gathering.
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Foraging for Centerpiece Elements
I foraged in my neighborhood for the blossoming branches for the centerpiece and arranged them in 3 mismatched stoneware pitchers as vases. If you don’t have any branches you can always use faux! There are so many incredible artificial branches you can purchase online that will last for year and look real! Tap the images below for some of my favorite faux cherry and apple blossoms.
The table runner is an inexpensive sheer runner that I bunched up in the middle of the table.
I used wood bead bunny ear napkin rings and ruffled linen napkins, light blue stoneware dishes, a mango wood charger, rustic flatware and clear wine glasses.
I also used mango wood candleholders with white taper candles, wood bead garlands, and some serving pieces to add food into later.
I like to add a cake or some type of dessert to the table. It’s a great way to add something pretty to the table and fill up any space you have.
This tablescape works well for spring if you change a few things out. For this one I added two white easter signs made of wood to the center of the table and the bunny ear napkin rings.
To make it work for spring, I switched out the napkins rings to some neutral ones made of mango wood and removed the Easter signs. This is such versatile way to set the table for both the season and the holiday.
I hope you enjoyed seeing all the details of this Dusty Blue Easter Tablescape with Mango Wood Accents. I’ve linked as many of the items as I could find. Some may be discontinued but I linked some similar items where I could!
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I also found these similar scalloped dishes at magnolia. They are more grey than blue and I have a set of them. Not an exact match but something similar!
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Renae Frey says
Such a beautiful tablescape. So restful and welcoming.
Thanks so much Renea!
Nancy Brantley says
Beautiful table setting in dusty blue with the wood. Is your table custom made? Love the wood top.
So glad you like it! The table is actually from Restoration Hardware. I forgot to add a link to it in the post. It’s a trestle table and I think they still have it!
MARY-ANN (FROM CANADA!) says
Just love your dusty blue tablescape! It’s so beautiful! You always do such a wonderful job with your tablescapes — no matter what season it is! Thanks for sharing with us, Holly. Have a blessed week.
Thanks for your sweet comments Mary-Ann. I am so glad you love the dusty blue tablescape too. I did this one 3 years ago during quarantine and I just am getting around to posting it finally. I have so many that I’ll be adding to the blog soon that went up on Instagram but didn’t make it to the blog! Appreciate your support and readying my blog!
Hello Holly-thank you for sharing this lovely tablescape. I just have to ask about the scalloped white and wood pedestal bowl. You don’t have a link, which makes me think it’s not something still available. Do you have any information on it? It’s just beautiful!
Thanks so much Janet! You are correct! I bought it 3-4 years ago from Pier1 before they went out of business in stores. I believe they still have an online store but I haven’t been able to source that pedestal bowl since. It’s such a shame they went out of business! The chargers were from there too.