This light and bright Easter tablescape combined styles of depression era glass in both green and clear. There are Fostoria sherbet glasses with Candlewick candle holders. I love the greens and whites with a touch of pink coming through the lace tablecloth and in the table scatter.
Happy Easter everyone!
I have been wanting to do a purple tablescape for awhile and Easter seemed the perfect time to try it! The purple candies add a nice touch in a green carnival glass bowl.
Love the green accents with the purple color!
These beautiful purple flowers were just a dollar and made the table really look like spring even though it was cold and rainy outside!
This picture shows the flaws on this tablescape – which can happen sometimes! My one green candle is a little bent, but I loved the spring color it brought to the table! My tablecloth ended up quite wrinkled, but we can call it vintage, right? Hope you enjoyed your Easter holiday even though we all couldn’t be together!
Our Easter tablescape this year was made up of antique plates from my sister-in-law’s grandmother. The tablecloth was also hand embroidered by her. They were beautiful! It was a mix-match of all different china and patterns, and the decorative napkins matched the colors of the plates.
The kid’s table was much simpler, but still had the pretty floral napkins and water goblets. The tablecloth was from a grandmother and was hand embroidered.
Each place setting started with a pretty floral salad plate on top of a decorative napkin. This picture is one where we were in process. The next picture will show the tea cups we added in which the colors of the tea cups matched the plate and napkin. Even though they weren’t an exact match, the colors made a beautiful scene at the table.
Here is a picture of the compete table setting with water goblets, tea cups, and decorative plates. The little York peppermint patty’s were added as a whimsical touch.
For the little kid’s table setting, I didn’t have a plate small enough, but the little demitasse tea cup went perfectly with the colors! Fitting 16 people around the table usually means the little ones have a little spot in the middle!
Another table setting with the darker raspberry colors – and we found the color in a tea cup from my sister-in-law’s collection!
This table setting nis one of the few that we found a matching tea cup for. The blues added a nice contrasting color to the tablescape.
These pretty pink roses, although faded somewhat, still made a beautiful place setting coupled with the pink decorative napkin. I also like how it picked up the colors of the embroidered flowers on the tablecloth.