Green and Blush Pink Easter Table Setting

Easter is only about three weeks away so lots of planning is going on around here!  We host a large group with kids of all ages (this year, ranging from age 5 to 17).  I always work on my table settings for these events way ahead of time so I can focus on menu planning and Easter egg stuffing as we get closer to the big day.  Today, I am sharing our Green and Blush Pink Easter Table Setting for the big day!

Because we host so many on Easter Sunday, I need to set several tables and it is important to me to coordinate them but allow them all to stand on their own.  For this post, I am sharing the table setting for the “big kids” (aka…the teenagers).  One of my favorite color combinations for spring is pink and green, so that is what I decided to run with.

I already had this great moss table runner from my yellow and white Easter table setting (below) in this room from last year.  (NOTE: I only started this blog this past October, so I do not have a post on this table setting because it was long before I began this journey.)

You can see that I also reused the rattan chargers for this year’s Easter table setting as well!  I just love the texture they add!  This antique table was given to my great grandmother in 1900 for her wedding gift and it retains such a beautiful, rustic patina and I really like to let it shine.  This is one reason what I did not use a tablecloth or placemats for either table setting.  Besides, the moss table runner takes up quite a bit of visual space on the table.

Besides blogging, I also own a large staging business. Needless to say, I have an enormous amount of serving ware…plates, bowls, napkins, glassware, etc.  I will admit that it makes it a lot easier for me to pull these table settings together without having to buy much.  There are a few favorites though that I have featured here that I want to share with you.

Last year, I bought these salad plates from Pottery Barn (they still carry them!) and used them for my main dining room table setting.  So, this year, I am using them again for both of my smaller tables. They were perfect because of the pink and green colors they feature!

One of my favorite finds on this table is the fantastic green wine glass from THE DOLLAR TREE!  Yes, The Dollar Tree.  That means they only cost $1 each…isn’t that crazy?!  I have used them over and over again and bought a ton of them.  They can be used all year long!

 

Another favorite on this table is the adorable speckled eggs from Hobby Lobby.  They were very inexpensive and add a bit of Easter flair to the setting.  Since there will be teenagers sitting at this table, I wanted it to feel festive for Easter, but not feel like it is a “kid’s table”.  I’m sure you might be thinking why I would put wine glasses on a kid’s table??!  Well, I serve their water in the big wine glass and my kids love sparkling apple cider which we serve them in the little wine glasses.  They have a lot of fun with it!  The “little kid’s table” will have plastic cups.  🙂

Using potted floral plants is a great way to incorporate fresh flowers inexpensively.  I bought these Calla Lilies (so great for Easter!) at Trader Joe’s for $4.99 each!  They were fresh and perfect for the table setting.  It looks kind of like the bunnies are hanging out in the garden! 😉

To tie everything together, I added the pink plates for the entree course.  The blush pink plates were a huge find from IKEA.  They were only $2.99 each!!  I am so excited to use them for other functions!

For the final touch, I added color coordinated pillows to my settee.  They came from HomeGoods and will be great for bringing in some fresh spring decor for the season.

Several items on this table setting I already owned and some of them are not available anymore, so I shopped this look for you here.  For example, I bought the blush pink votive holders on clearance at West Elm.  I found the blush pink wine glasses at a local antique store and bought the chargers at Pier One years ago.

                    

With regard to the furnishings in this room, I had the settee custom made from ZGallerie, but I found several other similar ones below.  My kids love hanging out there to work on their homework or to eat.  The white chairs (that I change out regularly) are from IKEA and are temporary.  I haven’t found my “dream chairs” for this area, but I will let you know when I do!  Searching regularly!!  The chandelier is from Uttermost and I just love it. The pillows are all from HomeGoods, so they were very inexpensive.

 

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