A lovely pastel spring tablescape to inspire your Easter decor this season.
I’m obsessed with this spring tablescape. Like I seriously had so much fun curating the pieces & putting them all together.
My sister took me out for brunch on my birthday & then we spent the rest of the afternoon shopping. So I took that time to find a bunch of spring table decor to create this beautiful pastel tablescape.
Luckily she couldn’t complain as I dragged her in & out of stores since it was my birthday.
And I’m pretty sure she had fun, except for sore feet at the end of the day due to swing dancing a few nights before.
I ended up going to 4 stores, one of them twice, for all of the items in this Easter tablescape. HomeGoods, World Market, T.j.Maxx, Hobby Lobby, & then World Market again.
Note to self, if you see something you like & think it will work for your project buy it! You can always return it later if it doesn’t work out!
I first found these adorable green cups at HomeGoods, but they only had 4. So I snatched them up & crossed my fingers that TJMaxx would have four more.
And luckily they did!
They even had pink ones! I contemplated buying those instead, but my sister reminded me that if I bought all pink it may look like Valentine’s.
And while I love everything pink, I decided to stick with the green cups & bring the matching pink bunny drink pitcher home with me instead. (Ps. You will see it in a couple of weeks when I share my spring home tour.)
But I couldn’t completely avoid my favorite color in my spring table decor. And you may notice they are the same pink vases that I used in my Simple Galentine’s Tablescape.
I found them at Hobby Lobby in the spring section & because I love them so much I had to use them again in this tablescape.
Don’t worry, I won’t try to include them when I create my 4th of July tablescape later this year.
I’ve even already started gathering pretty items & since we don’t know for sure where we will be living (& most everything will be packed up & in storage) this summer, I may go ahead & photograph it in the next few weeks just to be safe.
Now back to this Easter tablescape. I tried to avoid bunnies while shopping, I really did, but there was really no avoiding them.
So I just went with it.
When we first walked into World Market I saw these adorable white bunny napkin holders, but right as I was about to check out I put them back.
Then, of course, an hour later while at another store, I realized I should have stuck with my first instinct & purchased them.
I decided a trip back was necessary. And I’m so glad I did because they look perfect with these light blue cloth napkins.
And you have to look carefully to see the other bunnies on the face of the green cups in this tablescape.
I tried to find them online to link here, but the only thing I could find was the matching pink bunny drink pitcher. Hopefully, you will have better luck in the store because they are adorable!!
The large & small plates are from HomeGoods, as well as the tablecloth which I purchased some time ago. Oh, & the Blue Napkins with Pom Fringe are from Hobby Lobby.
I was a little worried when I bought them that they would clash with the green cups. But once I pulled everything out at home I discovered that all of the colors flowed perfectly together!
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What your Easter tablescape theme this year?
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With love, Giustina
not reluctantly or under compulsion,
for God loves a cheerful giver.
2 Corinthians 9:7 NIV
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