Pink and Green Easter Tablescape

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Simple Easter table settings designed by blogger Stephanie Ziajka on Diary of a Debutante

Few color combos make me happier than light green and pastel pink. It just puts me in a joyful mood. I’d been looking for a pastel Easter tablecloth for weeks, and I finally found this light green seersucker gem! It’s available in a few other colors, too, but I just had to buy the green for this year’s Easter tablescape. Of course, the matching seersucker napkins were essential, as well. What can I say– I’m a sucker for matchy-matchy table decor! Anyway, keep reading for details on this year’s pink and green Easter table settings. I’ll be sharing a pink ranunculus centerpiece tutorial in the next few days, as well!

Pink and Green Easter Table Settings

Blogger Stephanie Ziajka shares one of her favorite Easter tablescapes on Diary of a Debutante

I love Easter, but I don’t own a lot of Easter-specific table decor. I prefer mixing and matching pastels and then adding in small holiday touches (like these absolutely adorable bunny ear napkin rings!). To be clear, we don’t have a very big table, so cute bunny statues and fresh grass patch centerpieces just won’t fit without taking away functionality. 

All that being said, here’s everything I used to design this year’s pink and green Easter table settings–

  • Green striped seersucker tablecloth– I’ve been looking for a seersucker tablecloth for SO long, and I’m so glad I found this one. I ordered one in blue, too! 
  • Green striped seersucker napkins– I bought these pastel green napkins to match the tablecloth and love them so much! The seersucker texture hides wrinkles really well, too, which is always a plus.
  • Bunny ear napkin rings– If there was an award for the cutest napkin rings, these bunny ears would win it. They’re so darn cute, and a set of six is under $20!
  • Romantic pink tumblers– If you’ve seen any of my other tablescapes, you know that I use these romantic tumblers A LOT. They elevate all kinds of table settings, and they hold up well to light drops (definitely not saying they’re shatterproof– we just haven’t broken one yet). Depending on the timing, too, you can get a set of four for under $25!
  • Romantic pink wine glasses– I own these wine glasses in three different colors. The pink is so perfect for Easter, though!
  • Hyacinth chargers– These hyacinth chargers are another year-round tablescape essential for me. They add so much texture and dimension to the table!
  • Scalloped white dinner plates– These scalloped white dinner plates were one of the first items to go on our wedding registry.  They’re ultra affordable, and the scalloped edge detail is so fun! 
  • White salad plates– I like to create layered plate settings, and white salad plates are one of the easiest ways to create both height and texture. They match with almost everything, too!
  • Gold flatware– This entire set of gold flatware is under $30! It’s not the most durable, but it’s perfect for seasonal use. 
  • Pink ranunculus centerpiece– I ordered 60 stems of pink ranunculus from Sam’s Club and then arranged them in mason jars nested in a small hyacinth basket. It’s a similar approach to the tape grid method but much much easier (especially when it comes to changing water). Tutorial coming soon!

Easter dining table decor ideas from blogger Stephanie Ziajka on Diary of a Debutante Simple Easter table decor ideas from blogger Stephanie Ziajka on Diary of a Debutante Green and pink Easter table setting ideas from blogger Stephanie Ziajka on Diary of a DebutanteSimple Easter brunch tablescape and rustic spring centerpiece designed by blogger Stephanie Ziajka on Diary of a Debutante


More Easter Tablescapes to Check Out

If you still need some Easter table decor inspiration, here are some of my favorite Easter tablescapes from past years-

  • Simple Easter Tablescape and Tulip Centerpiece– This Easter tablescape is probably my most popular– like ever! It’s so simple, too, and incorporates budget-friendly paper plates.
  • Pink Plaid Easter Tablescape– Pink plaid makes me very happy, so I can’t look at these Easter table settings without smiling. If you’re a fan of pink, I think you’ll love it, too. If not, this one may be a little too girly for you!
  • Mother’s Day Brunch Tablescape– I designed these sweet blue gingham table settings for Mother’s Day brunch, but they could easily work for Easter, too. Also, this tablescape’s centerpiece is one of my all-time favorites!

Anyway, that’s all I’ve got for y’all today! As always, please let me know if you have any questions about this year’s Easter tablescape or any of my others. I love hearing from you guys, and I’m happy to help. Thanks so much for reading, y’all!


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