Vintage Easter Tablescape


Happy Monday, Friends! Welcome to the Easter Tablescape Blog Hop hosted by Chloe at Celebrate & Decorate. Through the week, several bloggers will share their Easter tablescapes each day. I can't wait to see all of the lovely Easter inspiration, so join me...


Vintage Easter tablescape


I've gathered some of my vintage, thrifted, and handmade treasures in blush and aqua. I decided to mix and match plates and glassware. Two of the place settings feature vintage aqua Hazel Atlas Crinoline plates and blush French champagne flutes I recently scored thrifting. 


Vintage Easter tablescape


This collectible vintage bunny bell is another recent thrift store find. I layered ruffled aqua linen tea towels and a grain sack stripe runner that I found in Cypress, last summer. I also paired faux greenery with fresh baby's breath, herbs, and flowers. 


Vintage Easter tablescape




Vintage Easter tablescape


I created a simple centerpiece with a clearance bunny from Pier One, on a milk glass platter layered with a vintage hankie, and embellished with fresh mint. 


Vintage Easter tablescape


I tucked speckled eggs in the greenery in the center of the table, and at the opposite end of the table from the bunny bell is a nest of smaller eggs.


Vintage Easter tablescape


It's placed in front of one of the floral Cunningham and Pickett Danube place settings with blush wine goblets. 


Vintage Easter tablescape


I displayed blush blooms in milk glass footed vases at each end of the table. I've had these bunny salt and pepper shakers for years. 


Vintage Easter tablescape


I love pairing elegance with a touch of whimsy, so I couldn't resist adding this upcycled egg garland to my dining room chandy.


Vintage Easter tablescape


Above the mantel, on the gallery wall opposite my dining table, I hung a recent thrift store Hello Spring sign inside the white floral clearance wreath I've been changing up since winter. 


Vintage Easter tablescape


kept the mantel simple, showcasing one of my embroidered vintage linens and a favorite thrifted bunny.


Vintage Easter tablescape


Here's a peek of the chandy facing the living room. 


Vintage Easter tablescape


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Vintage Easter tablescape


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24 comments:

  1. Such a lovely palette, Cecilia! Pink and aqua match perfectly and your Easter tablescape is sweet and glowing. Bravo!

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  2. Cecelia, such a pretty table and mix of colors --- and I particularly like your decorated chandy (pinned!). I too have styled a vintage table for the hop and it was such fun seeing yours.

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  3. Cecilia, I love your vintage table. I also have those ruffled Hazel Atlas Crinoline plates in pink and blue and adore them. Great job for this Easter Table Blog hop.

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  4. Blush and aqua are delightful spring colors. I love the crinoline plates. You are a wiz with vintage finds and I am loving your aqua table runner.
    Nice to blog hop with you.

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  5. Your table is such a lovely soft color pallet, that drew me in instantly. You have really done a beautiful job of mixing all of your vintage pieces. I love the repurposed table cloth and the embroidered linens. Have a blessed EasteršŸ£

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  6. Cecilia, how excited I was to see your mix of aqua and blush. What a beautiful combination of colors. I was happy to see the flatware pocket once again. It helps add so much more to the table and, at the same time, so useful. Your vintage pieces mixed so well together along with your beautiful linen. You certainly know how to bring elegance and vibrance to pieces that others might have discarded as old. It truly brings new appreciation to pieces from long ago. I love it. Happy Easter to you!

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  7. You always have the most beautiful vintage pieces. Your table is so pretty and perfect for Easter. Any guest would be honored to set at this lovely table. I love your living room. It is gorgeous, and your chandelier adorned for Easter is adorable! Happy Spring!!!

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  8. Cecilia, your layering of linens and dishes makes for such a pretty table. Love the bunny as your centerpiece. The napkins folded to hold your silverware are so cute. All the Easter eggs are really fun too.

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  9. Such a pretty color palette Cecilia! Your plate stacks and place settings are beautiful! Love the chandy and your fresh spring decor...
    Jenna

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  10. I really love those plates, I sold quite a few of them in my Etsy shop---but did keep a couple for my bedroom. Lovely spring table. I also love the spring napkins. Have a wonderful week, Cecilia.

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  11. I love the blush and aqua palette that you used Cecilia. Your vintage table is so pretty as is your mantel and chandelier! Those crinoline plates are fabulous. It is always a pleasure to hop,with you!

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  12. Love your color scheme and your vintage treasures and your bunnies. Wish I lived close enough to invite myself over for a meal!!! I love the pops of color!

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  13. So many pretty elements to your table, I don't know where to begin! Your little pockets for your flatware add a nice texture to your table, as well as the cloth beneath your bunny. I love those crinoline plates, that ruffled edge is amazing! Thank you so much for joining in another tablescape hop!

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  14. Cecilia, blush and aqua is such a lovely color combination. I just love all of your vintage elements, especially the bunny bell, milk glass vases, blush champagne flutes and your DIY flatware pockets. I bet the room smells amazing with all of your fresh herbs! It's a pleasure hopping with you. Happy Easter!
    Rebecca (Zucchini Sisters)

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  15. So pretty, Cecelia! I adore the color palette you've chosen - so fresh! I love the different textures you've used in your table runner (I LOVE that you've used tea towels.. that's one of my favorite tricks!) Beautiful job. So fun hopping with you... A blessed Easter to you!

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  16. I love your blush and aqua palette and table! I have one Cunningham & Pickett Danube plate that I picked up at the consignment store, I would love to stumble across three more! Your chandy is perfectly adorned for Easter with your Egg garland! As always it’s a treat to blog hop with you, Happy April!

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  17. Such a cute idea to extend your decor past the tabletop. I'm planning an Easter Dessert Table with this same color palette and was happy to see it here. Wishing you and yours a blessed Easter and spring season.

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  18. Cecilia, I love the colors you used. The vine you used in your chandelier looks great and I love those eggs hanging up there! Hugs!

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  19. Cecilia, I enjoy looking at your table. It is so pretty. Love all your vintage items. Love the inspiration you are sharing.

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  20. Love your sweet bunny. The pockets are darling with your flatware. Vintage and florals, and the colors are a lovely combination. Tea towels are wonderful. It's great to be creative.

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  21. Oh my goodness I am over the moon for your tablescape. The chandelier wreath is amazing too. The rabbits, the colors and the vintage treasures, I love it all so much! It is a joy to be on the hop with you. Hugs

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  22. Your table is lovely and welcoming! I love the combination of colors and those footed milkglass vases are just beautiful! I am so happy to be on this blog hop with you.

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