Spring means soft pastels to me and lots of pink. Today’s table was inspired by beautiful porcelain candlestick holders, napkin rings, and spring floral plates. Last year I found these beautiful candlestick holders with hand-made porcelain flowers at my favorite thrift store. I immediately bought them and put them away for spring. Last month I found these matching napkin rings at the same store. I’m not sure where they were hidden when I bought the candlesticks, but they are perfect for my Easter table. Each napkin ring flower is different.
I started with a white lace tablecloth and a pink Depression glass cake plate. I added a milk glass vase filled with spring flowers. I looped thrift store wooden Easter eggs to the flowers and hung them over the edge of the vase. I added a plastic needlepoint cross in the middle of the flowers. It’s now perfect for Easter.
I had the vase on a small doily but I wanted a more floral look. I used dental floss and a large needle to run flowers together to wrap around the cake stand. Now my centerpiece is complete.
My plates are a pink vintage floral pattern which reminds me of spring-flowering trees. I added pink chargers from Ross for Less with silverware, pink napkins and the porcelain napkin rings.
In the corner on the wooden stand is an Easter spring garden vignette.
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