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.
The starting off point for this tablescape was my thrift store April Cornell tablecloth. It features several shades of pink.
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.
The cups and saucers are from my great Aunt Anna’s pink dogwood depression glass set.
The flatware is vintage silver plate and the napkins are a soft pink and grey plaid.
My mom gave me this pink water pitcher…it looks right at home on my pink table!
The centerpiece is a galvanized metal liner from my wicker planter. I filled it with pink and white faux lilies from Dollar Tree.
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.
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.
While I was at Dollar Tree, I picked up these cute favor boxes to put at each place setting.
I also found some glitter eggs at Dollar Tree.
And some pink peeps!
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!
Even a concrete bunny found his way onto the table.
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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