Pretty blush pastel roses with neutrals and bunnies. Easter is just around the corner and today I am sharing this easy and elegant blush and bunnies tablescape with you.
Easy and Elegant Blush and Bunnies Easter Tablescape
Roses no matter the color add a touch of elegance always. I chose three colors of blush-toned roses for this tablescape for eye-catching interest against the neutral tones.
I added just one sprig of eucalyptus to each of the two arrangements. A three stemmed spray would be stunning too.
These blush-roses arrangements are in two Serena and Lily Cayman Highball glasses. They are large enough to hold multiple stems and low enough for conversation. If you live close to a Trader Joe’s I always recommend them for inexpensive flowers. Both of the bouquets used for this tablescape were less than $30.00. One dozen roses are usually less than $10.00.
*This tablescape has two similar arrangements at each end of the table for balance. A third could be added depending on the size of your table.
Charming Centerpiece Touches
The distressed wood bunny from Hobby Lobby is a darling addition to this elegant easter table.
Tied around the wooden bunnies neck is a simple blush peach double-sided satin ribbon for a touch of extra texture.
Speckled Easter Eggs
Scattered down the center of the table are blush-toned speckled eggs. These are by Martha Stewart and I found them at TJ Maxx.
Small Wooden Bunnies
How cute are these tiny wooden bunnies at each place setting? You can pick these up in the dollar spot at Target in sets of two before Easter. Adding a thin blush peach ribbon tied around the wooden bunnies necks with names written in calligraphy on a paper tag would be another charming addition.
Like these Home Goods is a wonderful place to find lovely paper goods for any occasion.
THE PLACE SETTINGS
I used these round rattan placemats from Serena and Lily for many tablescapes in our home. I recommend catching these on sale. They come in sets of four.
If you could have one basic white dinnerware place setting, I would hands down recommend La Porcellana Bianca Firenze. The detail is pretty and they can be used on a formal or a casual table. It is fun to mix and match them with different plates. I USE THEM ALL THE TIME! I used the dinner plate.
The muted green pottery salad plates are from Anthropologie home. Though I have had these awhile, you can still sometimes find them when searching “Anthropologie Sage Pottery Salad Plates” These Porcellana Bianca Firenze salad plates to match the dinner plate is another option.
The flatware pattern in this tablescape is Reed and Barton – 18th century. The simplicity of the design makes the set versatile.
I purchased these antique iridescent wine glasses in Georgetown at an estate sale. They aren’t terribly difficult to find in antique stores and online. Simply type, “Iridescent glasses” into your search engine and you are sure to find them. There are even options for modern reproductions.
Dinner Napkins & Napkin Rings
The napkin rings are from Magnolia Home.
There you have it! An Easy Elegant Blush and Bunnies Tablescape to share your Easter Brunch around. I would love to see how yours turned out! Please tag me on instagram @_Sparkling Charm and #sparklingcharmlife
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PICK A PIN IT
The napkins are a favorite for everyday use. I purchased these at Home Goods. I pick them up seasonally and replace them seasonally.