Robins Egg Blue Easter Tablescape I have always enjoyed setting a beautiful table for Easter and this Robins Egg Blue Easter Tablescape is is one of my favorites! I didn't have enough of the bunny plates so I mixed and matched the polka dot and bunny plates so I would have enough for ten place-settings. The Place-setting For the place-setting, I decided to use these rustic hyacinth placemats because they brought out the brown trim color of the plates. I like layering the placemats, chargers, and plates but you don't have to have multiple layers to create a beautiful tablescape. If you don't have enough of one place-setting for your table, you can mix and match whatever dishes you have. I found the polka dot and bunny plates at HomeGoods. I was only able to find five of each so I alternated the bunny and polka dot salad plates so I had enough place-settings. I try to coordinate everything that I use in the place-setting. The napkin
Sharing how to put together a Beautiful Easter Tablescape with neutral pinks and grays for the table settings. Learn more here.
This Pink and Gray beautiful 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??!The Place-Setting
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
Tablescape for St. Patricks Day, Spring, and Easter One Tablescape, Three Occasion's
I created this tablescape for St. Patricks Day but it also works well for Spring and Easter and I had these beautiful dishes with the prettiest colors of green and blue that I'd been saving for something special. I decided they would be perfect for this versatile tablescape. Creating beautiful tablescapes is something I've always loved to do and when I can create one that works for an entire season, I love it even more! It's almost a challenge to create something that I can use for multiple occasions.The Centerpiece
When creating a tablescape, I like to create a garland centerpiece. Spring flowers are still a ways off so I used faux flowers. If you use quality faux flowers, they can be used again which I'm always a fan of. I'll link all my favorite sources at the bottom of the