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Pink and Blue Easter Table Setting

Welcome to the Easter edition of Styled + Set where a group of bloggers share their ideas for dining and entertaining during a holiday season. Jennifer at Celebrating Everyday Life is the blogger just before me and I just love her trophy centerpiece! I’ve set a pink and blue Easter table setting to give you inspiration for your own holiday celebration.

Pink and Blue Table Setting


Easter for me means pastel colors at the dining table; I chose pink and blue this year.

Pink and Blue Easter Table Setting


Pale blue tumblers were a lucky find at HomeGoods. The shape of the glasses reminds me of Easter eggs.

Pink and Blue Easter Table Setting


Woven straw chargers cradle white plates and a blue bowl. A pale pink napkin with white crochet edging adds a soft touch of color.

Pink and Blue Spring Table Setting


Tall white candles and greenery add to the white textured table runner by Tommy Hilfiger.

Pink and Blue Spring Table Setting


The center of each place setting is a small bird nest with wrapped chocolate eggs for each guest.

Easter Table Setting


Small sheep are tucked near the greenery to emphasize the Easter theme.

Easter Table Setting


I’ve always loved pastels and I’m especially fond of my pink and blue Easter table setting.

Pink and Blue Easter Table Setting


Hubby gave me a beautiful pink azalea topiary for Valentine’s Day.

Pink Azalea Spring Vignette


He was smart enough to choose one that was full of buds as opposed to an azalea that was already in full bloom. Now I can enjoy the pink flowers for a longer period of time.

Pink Azalea Spring Vignette


The bird nests have tiny twines of ivy.

Pink and Blue Table Setting


My pink and blue Easter table setting is ready for the family. We like to enjoy brunch together on this spring holiday. I still need to plan the menu.

Spring Farmhouse Dining Room

Next up on today’s tour is Cedar Hill Farmhouse. I think you’ll enjoy Anita’s French Country style. The rest of today’s bloggers are listed below.

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Hosted by Designthusiasm

Spring Table Setting by Designthusiasm


Please click below to visit the posts:


Citrine Living Easter Table


Maison de Cinq

Easter Table by Maison de Cinq


So Much Better With Age

So Much Better with Age Easter Table


Celebrating Everyday Life

Easter Table at Celebrating Everyday Life


Town n Country Living

Pink and Blue Table Setting


Cedar Hill Farmhouse

Dining Room at Cedar Hill Farmhouse


Monday’s Posts

Easter Table Settings

CitrineLiving | Maison de Cinq | So Much Better With Age
Celebrating Everyday Life  | Town n Country Living | Cedar Hill Farmhouse

Coming Tuesday

French Garden House | Life on Virginia Street | Decor Gold Designs
ZDesignatHome | Setting for Four | Randi Garrett Design

Coming Wednesday

My Soulful Home | Cotton Stem | Maison de Pax
Taryn Whiteaker | StoneGable | Zevy Joy | Becky Cunningham


Coming Thursday

Designthusiasm | On Sutton Place | Shabbyfufu | Julie Blanner
Bless’er House | Sand & Sisal | French Country Cottage | Craftberry Bush

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  1. What a sweet table! The lambs are the best touch! And hubby hit a home run with the azalea topiary. What a treasure for years to come. Your dining room has inspired me.

    1. Thanks, Deb! I have to admit the pale blues have put a little pep in my step when I walk through the dining room. And tomorrow we’re nearing 60 degrees – can’t wait!

  2. I love the blue, pink and white Easter table. It is charming and something we all can relate to.
    I know how much you love sheep, so have you seen the new Pottery Barn pillow with two sheep that is embroidered with the words “Ewe and Me.?” It is so well done, as are most PB things, without looking cutesy or childish. If you haven’t seen it, check it out online. I thought of you when I saw it.

  3. You are Queen 👑 of table setting. You will enjoy you dining room this year. Easter is the one holiday I don’t decorate for since we go to family every year. I have started changing this up with greens and my love, Lavender.

    Beautiful Azalea from the hubby. Going in the courtyard?


    1. Thank you, Cindy! I didn’t think to put the azalea in the courtyard (once we have one). I don’t know how it will fare outdoors in Zone 5 but now I need to find out because I love the idea!

  4. ………every thing is beautiful, you will probably have the windows open with a nice spring breeze blowing through. I love the way you have presented the little LAMB. After all isn’t this what the occasion is all about.

  5. Oh, Jennifer, Your table is so lovely in its icy blue and white tones! Your azalea topiary adds such a lovely pop of color too. What a wonderful gift that was to receive! It’s delightful being on the tour with you!

  6. Jennifer, I love your table and all the pastels. Easter is one of my favorite holidays and you’ve captured it perfectly!
    And yay for your hubby! That is such a sweet gift! I have never seen an azalea in a topiary before, but I love it! I’m going to be hunting for one now:)

    Happy Spring to you!


  7. First of all, I’m crazy about your azalea topiary!! It’s wonderful!! Love the soft delicate color mix here as well, but especially enjoy how the accent elements keep it grounded without getting too sugary sweet. Its just right!!

  8. The table setting is so pretty! I love the small bird nest so much! The azalea topiary is beautiful! I want to have one, too 🙂

  9. Quintessentially spring! Your table is beautiful and the light and airy look perfection, Jennifer!
    My favorite photo is the last one with the shelf and wall arrangement. It reminds me of a fireplace mantel. I love it and how inviting it feels.
    It’s a little early… but… Happy Easter!