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Pretty in Pink Easter Tablescape

Pretty in Pink Easter Tablescape with a centerpiece of Dollar Tree lilies

Of all the John Hughes films in the 80’s, Pretty in Pink was my favorite. I wanted to sew my own clothes like Molly Ringwald. I even hung a photo of Andrew McCarthy in my junior high school locker lol! So when I chose a pink color scheme for my table setting, I couldn’t resist calling it a Pretty in Pink Easter Tablescape!

Today I’m participating in a tablescape blog hop hosted by my dear friend Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate. I’d like to thank Chloe for hosting these hops throughout the years. I’ve made some wonderful friends from these hops who also enjoy setting pretty tables. It’s been one of the highlights of my blogging journey!

If you’re stopping by after a visit with Maureen from Red Cottage Chronicles, welcome! I always love Maureen’s inspiring tablescapes! There will be links to all of the participating table stylists at the end of this post.

pink floral April Cornell tablecloth

The starting off point for this tablescape was my thrift store April Cornell tablecloth. It features several shades of pink.

vintage floral plate atop a silver charger with a treat box on a pink Easter tablescape

New dishes were not in the cards, so I brought out my vintage Crooksville floral china. I previously used this set in my Bird Themed Spring Tablescape. I set the dinner plate atop a silver charger.

pink dogwood depression glass cup and saucer

The cups and saucers are from my great Aunt Anna’s pink dogwood depression glass set.

vintage silver plate flatware atop a light pink and grey plaid napkin

The flatware is vintage silver plate and the napkins are a soft pink and grey plaid.

pink glass water pitcher

My mom gave me this pink water pitcher…it looks right at home on my pink table!

long galvanized metal planter tray filled with faux lilies on a pink Easter tablescape

The centerpiece is a galvanized metal liner from my wicker planter. I filled it with pink and white faux lilies from Dollar Tree.

pink and white faux lilies in a long galvanized metal planter on a pink Easter tablescape

Getting an Easter Lily and bringing it to my grandmother was one of my mom’s traditions. Now, I like to honor both of their memories by having an Easter Lily in the house each year.

pink and white faux lilies from Dollar Tree on a pink Easter tablescape

It only cost $20 to fill up the tray with Dollar Tree florals! There’s some magnolia, too. Talk about a bargain! I’ll probably use the flowers to make a wreath.

floral cardboard treat box from Dollar Tree on a floral dinner plate

While I was at Dollar Tree, I picked up these cute favor boxes to put at each place setting.

pink and green glitter eggs from Dollar Tree

I also found some glitter eggs at Dollar Tree.

pink marshmallow peep on a floral plate

And some pink peeps!

dish of egg shaped chocolates covered in pink aluminum foil

Of course, I had to get some chocolate too. It’s Easter, after all! Once again, my daughter was hovering waiting for the photo shoot to end so she could sample the peeps and chocolates!

concrete bunny statue

Even a concrete bunny found his way onto the table.

Pretty in Pink Easter Tablescape with a centerpiece of Dollar Tree lilies

If you enjoyed this tablescape, you may also like my other Easter tablescapes:

Thanks for taking a tour of my Pretty in Pink Easter Tablescape! Next on the hop is Linda from Life and Linda. I just love her glamorous style!

Until next time!


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  1. Rebecca, I love every element of your Easter tablescape. From the beautiful floral tablecloth, sweet dishes, and glassware to the little favor boxes. The vintage flatware fits the romantic pink theme so well. It’s a lovely setting and will be so enjoyable for Easter.

  2. Your table is so soft and feminine. The floral tablecloth was quite a find and is the perfect foundation for the table. The treat boxes and pattern on the plates look like they were made for each other. I’ve seen lots of depression glass lately and it serves as a reminder to use my Mom’s pretty pink cake plate. The tradition of sharing lilies and Easter is very sweet and I hope your Easter and Spring are peaceful and fun.

  3. Rebecca, I love your pretty in pink table. The AC cloth is lovely and your depression glass pieces add so much charm. I love your galvanized flower container. The shape is perfect and the lilies make your table pop.
    The little favor boxes were a great find and I am so glad your daughter got to enjoy some treats.
    I’ve enjoyed getting to know you during the hops. I will miss them.
    Have a very happy Easter.

  4. Rebecca, your pink Easter table is such a pretty vision! I love the April Cornell tablecloth, what a nice find. Your Aunt’s depression glass is a real treasure – that along with your mom’s pink glass pitcher- fabulous!! Your favor boxes look like they were designed to go with your china! Very pretty. I hope you have a wonderful Easter 🐣

  5. Rebecca, what a super find at a thrift store…a April Cornell tablecloth. I have a few of her items. I always love her bold colors and patterns. Your pink floral tablecloth makes for a perfect Easter theme, especially with the lovely pink and white Easter Lily centerpiece. It is so sweet you do this in honor of your mom and grandma. The vintage flatware are stunning too. Such a pretty Easter table with so many memories and love. Happy Easter.

  6. I love your bright flowery table cloth. Your lilies look gorgeous with it. Your table is perfect for spring. It is so colorful. Love the pink pitcher! It was fun hopping with you. Happy Easter.

  7. Ha – I’m right there hovering with your daughter! 😉 Such a pretty table – Molly would be proud!

    I love your lilies Rebecca, and it’s so sweet to remember your mother and grandmother. That’s what makes a table extra special – when things have a story. Thanks so much for the inspiration, and hope you have a lovely Easter!

  8. Yes, your table is definitely Pretty in Pink! I just caught part of that movie the other night – a classic! I love every single John Hughes movie! Ferris and Sixteen Candles were probably my favorites, though. I love your table and all your gorgeous vintage pieces. Always great to hop with you!

  9. Pretty in pink indeed Rebecca, I love all the pinks at your Easter table! Lucky you to score such a pretty April Cornell tablecloth at the thrift store! It wasn’t Easter for my MIL without an Easter Lily in the house and they always remind me of her. As always it’s a treat to hop with you and join you at the table. Happy Spring and Easter ♥

  10. Pink is probably my favorite color, so of course, I love your pretty in pink Easter tablescape! That tablecloth is stunning! You find the most amazing finds! I love all the sweet accents, the floral plates, and of course your pink candies! I can understand your daughter waiting for you to finish taking pictures…YUM! Thanks for joining in one more hop!!

  11. Rebecca, I love your pretty in pink table! I also love AC floral linens, and your tablecloth is so lovely. Pink depression glass is so pretty and one of the first things I collected as a young bride. I so appreciate a table with memories attached. Happy Easter!

  12. I love pink Rebecca so my eyes were popping! Love the cloth and the flowers in the long and low galvanized box, and those cups and saucers, wow, how gorgeous and special that they were your grandmother’s! The favor boxes you found look like they were made for those sweet pretty plates. So pretty in pink!!

  13. Rebecca, I adore pink and Pretty in Pink was one of my favorite movies, too. Your table is just beautiful, and I love that pretty April Cornell tablecloth. It is the perfect backdrop for those sweet floral plates and pink depression cups and saucers. I hope that you have a most Happy Easter!

  14. Rebecca, your pink tablescape is just lovely. I bet you treasure the pink depression glass from your aunt. It’s such a lovely pattern–I have several pieces but no teacups! It is a pleasure to “pull up a chair” to your pretty table! Blessings, Cecilia

  15. Oh, my goodness Rebecca, this whole pretty and pink table is so lovely filled with charming spring items and all set out on the April Cornell tablecloth. What a great deal the cloth was. I just love the way you combine vintage silverware with depression glass . It’s so lovely and speaks of days gone bye.
    Wishing you a great spring.

  16. Rebecca, your table is charming and filled with lovely vintage items. The tablecloth is gorgeous.How sweet to carry on the tradition of an Easter Lily. Such joy to have your Mother’s pitcher and napkins. Your Great Aunt’s depression glass pieces are lovely. The dollar store is a wealth of bargains.
    Happy Spring and happy Easter. Always a pleasure to hop along with you.

  17. Rebecca you are a girl after my own heart with your pretty in pink table setting. As I have said in my post, I am on a pink kick and love anything pink these days. The little pink pitcher from your mother would be the first to be snatched from your table and onto mine…LOL I also love the memories the Easter lilies invoke of your mother and grandmother. How sweet to keep that tradition alive. (I love the bargains at the Dollar store)
    Your styling is always a pleasure to look at.
    Blessings Always

  18. Your table looks amazing Rebecca. I love the table linens and the bunny of course. Great job decorating your table. Happy Easter to you and your family.

  19. Rebecca, I just love vintage table cloths and there are some many ways to decorate with them. Just their texture and weight alone are so special. I am a big fan of any pink glass and stemware too! Perfect colors for Spring and Easter. Wishing you and your family a Happy Easter. So happy to be hopping with you!

  20. Rebecca, your love of vintage and a bargain draw me in each time you set a table. What a deal to find an April Cornell tablecloth that pretty at a thrift store! It is really enjoyable for me to know what sparks a person’s creative idea, and I can see how well you executed yours from the base cloth. The flatware mix is gorgeous, and the DT florals in the centerpiece speak well to your memory connecting your mother, grandmother, as well as the thrill of the bargain. Your mother’s pink pitcher and the napkins are perfect touched to your well-loved china and Depression glass. I appreciate anyone who keeps vintage items alive for a new life! It’s always a pleasure to join you on these tablescape events, and I’m pretty certain we will continue to share. Happy Spring!

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