There is nothing wedding planners love more than being creative. Piecing together the perfect tablescape is such a fun process and we knew we wanted to share our inspiration for the Easter holiday! Whether it is just you and your partner or a small group, gather inspiration from this easy pink and green festive tablescape. We added a modern twist on traditional Easter decor while also featuring aspects from the spring season.
If you are planning your tablescape for this upcoming holiday, look no further! We are going over all the details on how to create this design in your own home. You can even purchase the exact items we used or edit to suit your personal style! Ready to see the table decor? Keep reading!
Spring Florals & Vases
Guess what? These flowers are from Hobby Lobby! They looked so lush like fresh florals, I had to pick them up. Don’t be afraid to purchase faux florals and greenery for your tablescapes. You can always reuse them for other occasions!
I (Gabby) focused on light and airy, natural color with pops of pink tones. I love the contrast of the pastel vases with the calming greenery and delicate textures. To make this design more modern, I chose simple vases in solid colors. I arranged the various sizes in the middle of the table under a warm, earth tone runner to act as the centerpiece.
These place settings are so cute and easy to create. You can even make the napkin rings yourself as a fun DIY project! Tip from a wedding planner: if you find one design piece you absolutely love, build your tablescape around that! These chic eucalyptus plates caught my eye for this tablescape. Not only are they wonderful for Easter and spring, but they could even transition to the cooler months.
By the way, I shared a YouTube video creating the Easter tablescape for a visual guide here. There’s also some bonus business Pinterest tips for my fellow wedding pros and creatives :
I layered a wicker charger from Kirkland’s underneath my two plate sizes, then got to work on adding the napkins and napkin rings. The napkin rings turned out so great and were a quick DIY from fabric at the craft store. Get creative with how you present this final touch on your place settings! I chose to wrap them around the top plate but you can test out different options.
Final Look & Decor Needed
Voilà! Here’s the final look. What do you think? With a few new purchases and items I already had on hand, this sweet Easter tablescape was so fun to create! Add or take away items to best suit you. I chose to set a table for 6 guests. Here’s what you need to create this Easter tablescape:
- A CLEAN TABLE: Start with a blank canvas using the table of your choice. I stuck with the wooden rectangular table in my dining room.
- SEASONAL FLOWERS & VASES: You may choose to purchase faux flowers or pick up some fresh florals. Be sure to choose spring-inspired florals and add in some greenery for extra texture. Choose one pop of color such as the bright pink on this tablescape. For these vases, grab some that you already have or you can find the vases we used at Hobby Lobby.
- PLATES, CHARGERS & TABLE RUNNER: Keep the base of your place setting neutral. I focused on earth tones for the simple table runner, muted green plates, and wicker chargers.
- PRINTED NAPKINS & NAPKIN RINGS: Choose some fun printed napkins! Go with a design that pulls tones from the plates and florals of your choice. Then, for the napkin rings, choose a contrasting color.
Faux flowers, vases, chargers, & napkin ring fabric from Hobby Lobby
Runner from Home Goods
Love this blog and want more tablescape inspiration? Check out this brunch table design next!