This Pink and Gray Easter Tablescape was so much fun! Believe it or not, the inspiration behind this adorable table came from the bunny ear napkin rings and the gray easter bunnies.
Are these not the cutest napkin rings??!
For the place-setting I started with a gray and white round placemat. Next, I used off-white chargers, pink dinner plate, a white salad plate, and a smaller pink dessert plate.
For the napkin, I used a darker pink napkin with the bunny ear napkin ring and laid it sideways to showcase the napkin ring.
I chose gold rimmed glasses and gold flatware because the charger has some gold accents and tied all the layers together.
Some of the items are more formal and some are more whimsical. It was fun to mix some of these elements to create this charming and unique Easter table.
The Centerpiece Garland
For the centerpiece, I created a garland out of faux greenery on top of a pink ruffled table runner. First, I laid a long garland on top of the table runner. I then layered in faux eucalyptus stems and pink and white faux flowers. I chose to use peonies, roses, and apple blossom stems for the type of faux flowers. There are some quality faux flowers that look so real you can’t tell the difference!
To complete the Easter table I nestled in some large pink metallic easter eggs into the garland and added the two large gray easter bunnies at either end.
This was such a fun table to create! I hope you enjoy it as well!
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The Gray Wooden Easter Bunnies and Pink Metallic Eggs were from Homegoods.