Easter Tablescape with Mint Green and White Colors
Today I’m excited to share all the details of my latest Easter Tablescape with Mint Green and White Colors with you. I hope this tablescape inspires you to set your own beautiful table for Easter dinner. This tablescape can also work as a St. Patricks Day Tablescape by removing all the bunnies and it can also work for a Spring Tablescape too!
The Place-setting-Mint Green and White Dinnerware
When searching for dishes I found these white and mint green polka dot bowls and salad plates as well as the mint green dinner plates at HomeGoods. The mint green plates have been one of my most versatile sets of dishes. I also have the salad a plates and bowls from this set and it’s so fun mixing and matching the dishes for totally different looks.
For the chargers, I found these at Hobby Lobby and they were very affordable.
The stained wood bunny napkin rings were also a HomeGoods find.
I folded the napkins in half and then back and forth to create this fan look. I then slid the napkin ring onto the folded napkin.
Here’s some items to recreate this look. At the end of the post there’s more items I used in this post linked and alternative items.
The Centerpiece Garland
Instead of using a table runner this time, I decided to use a tablecloth that matched the napkins. I layered the garland greenery on top of the tablecloth and then added in different faux green stems and white faux flowers.
I found these white ceramic bunnies at HomeGoods. I nestled them into the garland and set them around the table. I linked similar ones below.
I found some matching egg shaped plates and set them on both ends of the garland to be used for butter plates when it’s time to serve Easter dinner.
The tablecloth was a little bit short for my extra long table but I tried it anyways and I like that some of the natural wood is showing and creates a nice contrast to all the bright green.
To finish off the table I added some fluffy pillows into the end chairs to complete the look.
The Easter Tablescape
I hope you enjoyed this tablescape as much as I did creating it! We always enjoying spending time as a family for Sunday dinner and Easter Sunday is always an extra special day when I go all out on my tablescape.
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Here are some other tablescapes I’ve done where you can see how I’ve used these same dishes to create totally different looks:
Lavender and Mint Green Tablescape
Sage Green and White Fall Transitional Tablescape
Dishes are a HomeGoods find. I’ve linked other sets that you could use to recreate this look below.
Chargers are from Hobby Lobby. here, here and here
Here are similar items to recreate this look:
Photo Credit: Rebekah Westover @rebekahwestoverphotography www.rebekahwestover.com
I love your work, it is a big inspiration for me.
I have one question, if you don’t mind me asking; when you arrange a table with a big centrepiece, where do you put the food? Is it on a different table? Do guests help themselves and leave used plate on the same table before the next course?
I feel I have to explain… I am from Europe and usually when we arrange plates for more courses we bring the food to the table so we have much less decoration on it. I think it’s a cultural difference but I would like to try something new for my next party.
Thank you in advance for answering.
Hi Ana, Great question! It’s actually one I get often! I put the food on the table sometimes but I usually serve buffet style because I like my tables to have decoration on them and I also don’t like serving food on the tables I have at the moment because they stain easily when food is spilled on them. The one in my Utah home is reclaimed wood and water stains it so I’m extra careful with it. You could incorporate food into the table and decor, it’s just personal preference. I usually serve off my marble island or an extra side table just depending what the occasion is. I hope that helps!
Hola! I’ve been reading your blog for some time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a shout out from Austin Texas!
Just wanted to mention keep up the good job!
Thanks so much for sharing some of my favorite Easter Tablescapes!