Pink and Gold Easter Table Decor

It just seems like yesterday that I was sharing ideas for Easter table settings. How is it that a year that felt like slow motion went by so fast?!

If you are stopping by for the first time, or are a regular visitor, welcome! Today I am very excited to share even more ideas for Easter table settings.

Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate is hosting this talented group of table stylists as we share our vision of the perfect Easter tablescape!

If you haven’t already guessed, I LOVE styling tables for special occasions, holidays, and entertaining!

You might be curious as to how I go about planning and actually styling my tables.

Today I thought I would break down my process since Easter is one of my favourites. I look forward to styling my Easter table every year.

How do you decorate an Easter Table (or any table)

Decide on a theme – although Easter itself is the occasion, you will want to decide on an overall theme for your table decor.

Last year I styled an Easter table that the kids would love, but this year it is all about the adults!

Elegance with a touch of whimsy is my “theme” this year!

Choosing a color scheme for your dining table decor – next step is to narrow down a two or three colors that will be the focus of my table. This orange and pink spring table is a good example of that. It was fun, bright and bold.

Keeping with my theme of elegant with a touch of whimsy, I choose pink and gold with pops of spring colour. There is just something about a blush pink paired with gold that sparks a feeling of elegance.

The all important centerpiece – if you know me at all, you know I am all about fresh flowers! So, it is no surprise they often are the star of the show!

A little something for your guests – putting together a small treat for your guests is always a fun idea, and easy way to add another element that reflects the theme and colours you have chosen.

I choose a small organza bag filled with pink jelly beans. Simple, inexpensive, but a fun touch! Placed atop a gold velvet napkin, it adds layers and interest to the table.

Theme, color, centerpiece and favors. Those are the four elements I think about first when I start out to style a table.

The rest is really just all about choosing all the elements that work within those decisions.

I choose pink hobnail water goblets and pink champagne flutes. They add color and give the table dimension by adding height.

A voluminous pink chiffon table scarf is gathered across the table, pooling in areas to again add layer and interest. A gold velvet table runs the length of the table, bringing in the gold tones.

I love these square bunny plates that I found at HomeSense. Placed atop a woven placemat which pair well with the natural French market basket that holds the flowers.

With Easter still a few weeks away, I am not sure whether we will be back into a lockdown situation (COVID restrictions) or whether we will be able to gather with a few family members. While I am hoping for the latter, I suspect that won’t be the case.

For a less formal, but still pretty table, I switched out the linens for a more simple pink linen table runner and matching napkins. Removed the champagne flutes, and used less formal everyday flatware.

Either way, Easter is always a time to celebrate. It has always given me the feeling of starting anew. Like I can rise up and move forward with whatever plans and dreams I may have.

No matter how you will be spending Easter this year, you will find lots more inspiration and ideas for Easter table settings by following all the links below!

Until next time….

Red Cottage Chronicles

Celebrate & Decorate
Design Morsels
Home is Where the Boat Is
Living With Thanksgiving
The Little Yellow Corner Store
My Hubbard Home
Everyday Living
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
The Sweet Sensations
Belle Blue Interiors
Red Cottage Chronicles
Zucchini Sisters
Life and Linda
Mantel and Table
Life at Bella Terra
Bluesky at Home
Calypso in the Country
The Painted Apron
Me and My Captain
My Thrift Store Addiction

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  1. Maureen, your tablescape is a visual feast! Ohmygosh, those flowers in the tote at centerpiece are perfectly suited to your pink and orange plates with bunnies. I love the soft tones among the flowers, and the pink jelly beans in the organza bags atop that flowy chiffon scarf and runner are very romantic looking! I definitely caught your elegant and whimsical vibe in this tablescape, beautifully done!
    My local family are all past the two shot guards against COVID, so we are thinking we will be able to gather this Easter, What a year it’s been. I hope it works out for you and your family as well. Happy Spring!

  2. Hello Maureen, love the lovely flowers in the tote. The flowers are gorgeous. How cute those square bunny plates are. They look fabulous on the woven placemats. The pink jelly beans are a nice touch. So glad you and your family can enjoy Easter together. I am sure there will be smiles around. Happy spring and Happy Easter.

  3. Maureen, love your insights on how you go about putting a tablescape together.

    This elegance with a touch of whimsy theme is such a delightful way to approach Easter. The center piece with the French market basket and those adorable square plates really set your theme into place!

  4. Maureen, elegance and whimsy is one of my very favorite pairings! I follow a very similar process to yours when I style my tables, and I adore your market basket centerpiece. It is a pleasure to “pull up a chair” to your charming Easter table. Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  5. Maureen, your floral arrangement is stunning! It is the first thing that caught my eye. I love the color palette that you chose, and those bunny plates are beautiful! Everything is so pretty! I hope that you have a Happy Easter!

  6. I love your flower filled basket overflowing with blooms Maureen! The plates are adorable and the stemware is gorgeous….the soft colors, the bunnies with ribbons, and the pink sack of jellybeans, it’s all elegant fun! Happy Spring and Easter to you!

  7. Oh Momo… Everything is just beautiful! Love the gorgeous flowers… the wonderful plates… Love love love the pussy willows behind the table. So pretty!

  8. Maureen, the basket of flowers is an attention getter…so pretty! The pink and orange bunny plates are lovely with the stemware you used. The organza bag of jelly beans is a perfect take away gift for your guests. Wishing you a Happy Spring and Easter!

  9. Maureen, I adore your market basket of beautiful flowers as a centerpiece! I love your sweet bunny plates, straw mats and sweet organza bag of jelly beans as a takeaway. I hope you’re able to gather with family this Easter (we’re hoping for the same!) As always it’s a treat to hop with you and join you at the table. Happy Spring and Easter ♥

  10. Maureen, That centerpiece is fabulous! That straw bag is such a unique idea and you filled it with such beautiful blooms, perfect for Easter and for springtime! Your bunny plates are sweet as can be. I do hope you can gather with others for Easter. I am so fortunate that due to jobs or age, except for the grandchildren, we have all been vaccinated and are looking forward to a wonderful celebration with 13 of us! Thank you for participating and supporting these blog hops over the years, I will keep checking in to see what you are up to!

  11. Maureen your table is lovely with the square bunny plates…how adorable….and the inclusion of the favors of pink jelly beans in organza bags is a perfect touch. Describing your steps of putting together your table are right on. I hope your family is able to enjoy your table and your company…we are all so anxious to give hugs to our loved ones. Happy Easter !!!!

  12. What a lovely table Maureen – both styles! 🙂 Your idea to use the mesh bags was brilliant! I have a ton of those, because I just can’t throw anything away, but now I know what I’ll do with them!

    I’m with you on the fresh flowers, and also on the question of how an endless year can go by so fast! But I’m happy that it’s almost spring again! Hope you have a lovely Easter – it’s always fun to hop with you!

  13. What a brilliant idea to arrange your flowers in a woven tote! It makes a gorgeous centerpiece and it’s so perfect for spring and Easter! Your whole table is beautiful from the flowers to the colors and all the bunnies! So great to hop with you again!

  14. What a brilliant idea to arrange your flowers in a woven tote! It makes a gorgeous centerpiece and it’s so perfect for spring and Easter! Your whole table is beautiful from the flowers to the colors and all the bunnies! So great to hop with you again!

  15. Maureen, I was smitten with your market day basket with your preview on IG. How stunning it looks filled with assorted color florals along with your darling bunny plates. I didn’t realize how many bunny plates there are out there before this hop. It is interesting none were the same.

    I love your pink glasses and table runner, too. Your chiffon table scarf looks luscious pillowing softly framing the place settings and adding lovely softness and the perfect color.
    I enjoyed your table, Maureen.
    I hope you get to gather with family and friends for Easter. Easter blessings, Bonnie

  16. Maureen, I certainly feel that I am out in the countryside on a crisp and sunny Spring day just looking at your lovely table. With the basket filled flowers and the soft colors of pink and gold color, I really feel like I am out in a field picking delicate flowers in a spacious field for a bright and cheerful tablescape with close friends and family. The square bunny plates are perfect for this theme since what would it be in a Spring flower field without seeing a few cute and fluffy bunnies. The jelly bean treats are such a lovely treat and adds a special detail to the tablescape. I hope you have a wonderful Easter holiday with family and friends.

  17. Maureen, you have taken the Easter Basket to a whole new level with your straw market basket as your centerpiece!!! It is just lovely all filled with flowers!! Your plates are adorable and the whole look just sings spring and Easter. Who wouldn’t want those cute little bags of jelly beans!! Those would be pilfered in a hot minute at my house!!! I hope you have a wonderful Easter

  18. The flowers in the tote are a definite focal point and such a lovely idea. I love your stemware and shades of pink seem to be quite popular. Bunny plates always add joy to a setting and thanks for showing us your second style without all the linens. Wishing you a Happy Easter and Spring !

  19. Wow this is stunning! I love the pinks you used throughout the tablescape! That bag filled with flowers is the perfect touch!

  20. Maureen, what a beautiful tablescape. The colors and elements are awesome. I love your market basket centerpiece. The square Easter bunny plates are super cute. Great to “see” you again on the blog hop. Happy Easter.

  21. Maureen, I’m swooning over that chic market basket stuffed with fresh flowers. It’s just gorgeous! I enjoyed following along as you described how you style a table. I follow a similar process, choosing a theme after looking at what I already have in my stash. Your bunny plates are darling, and I love the delicate pink goblets and champagne flutes. The chiffon scarf and woven placemats added some nice texture. I hope you get to gather with some of your family. We’re still staying home until everyone is vaccinated. It’s been a joy to hop with you. Happy Easter!

  22. Maureen — I’m late to the party, but I absolutely LOVE your tablescape. The centerpiece in particular is stunning and so clever, unique. Hope you are well.