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Top 10 Pink Tablescape Ideas
There’s nothing prettier than a pink wedding!
But, your tablescape needs the right touch. If you aren’t careful, all that pink can make your wedding décor fall flat.
We can help with that!
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for boho style, feminine details, or something fun and funky, we’ve got you covered with our top ten pink tablescape ideas.
Tablescape With Light Pink Plates and Pink Wine Glasses: Designs by Ahn
Set the Table With Pink Charger Plates and Pink Glassware
You have more choices than ever before when it comes to charger plates and glassware. Skip the boring white plates and clear crystal goblets and pick pink instead!
If you're searching for feminine details, choose pink scalloped charger plates, or opt for a more modern look with clouded glass. Hobnail goblets are great for rustic weddings, while pink crystal is perfect for traditional nuptials.
Pink Floral Garland Centerpiece With Hydrangea and Dahlias: Rebecca Carpenter
Choose Pink Flowers That Are in Season
There is no shortage of pink flowers to choose from when designing your tablescape. Just make sure the pink flowers in your centerpieces are in season. It will save you money, and you can reduce your carbon footprint by keeping your flower suppliers local.
A few of our favorite blooms for each season include:
- Peonies, tulips, and ranunculus in the spring
- Dahlias, hydrangeas, and roses in the summer
- Chrysanthemums, cone flower, and astilbe for fall
- Hellebore, camellia, and crocus for winter
Light Pink Tablescape With Long Stemmed Roses and Dried Miscanthus: Festival Brides
Incorporate Dried Naturals
Dried naturals can stand on their own at a boho wedding, but they can also be incorporated into traditional floral arrangements to create a more romantic vibe at your wedding.
Both pampas grass and bunny tails come in pink, as does gypsophila and even palm fronds. Dried rose petals can be scattered on the table or incorporated into candle displays. If your wedding day vibe is industrial, consider making rose petal cement ornamental balls.
Dark Pink Table With Dried Florals, Candles, and Terracotta Vases: Best Day Ever Floral Design
Go Boho With Terracotta
If you’ve got your sights set on a pink wedding with boho flair, terracotta is a great addition to your tablescape. Choose the lightest shades of this clay material to keep with your pink theme.
Terracotta décor items are great for painting! Choose the perfect pink hue to paint the candlestick holders and vases on your tables as an easy way to customize your tablescape.
Wedding Tablescape With Pink and Silver Mercury Glass Candleholders: My Wedding
Use Mercury Glass
Mercury glass is a beautiful addition to weddings that feature a variety of color palettes, but it is especially beautiful in pink tablescapes.
Silver and gold mercury glass can fit right into your pink décor, but you can also find pink mercury glass! Pink charger plates are perfect for glam table settings, while pink cylinder vases can make a statement, whether they are filled with flowers or floating candles.
Pink Tablescape With a Fringe Napkin and Patterned Tablecloth: Pizzazzerie
Pick a Pink Tablecloth With an Interesting Texture or Pattern
A plain white cotton—or even pink—tablecloth will do, but if you’re searching for pink table ideas that will set your wedding apart from the rest, opt for a tablecloth that has an interesting texture or pattern.
Pink velvet table runners are great for fall fêtes with their soft, plush texture, pink ruffles are great for a feminine affair, and sequined tablecloths are great for sparkling winter celebrations. If you want to make a bold statement, choose tablecloths with a funky pattern in pink.
Pink Candles in Metallic Pink Candlestick Holders: Martha Stewart
Incorporate Pink Candles and Pink Candleholders
Pink candleholders are a no brainer at a pink wedding. From pink glass tealight holders to painted candlestick holders, your options are endless. Mix and match them for an eclectic look, or stick with one style for a polished tablescape.
If you want to do something a little different, decorate tables with pink candles! Pink pillar candles are beautiful when displayed in hurricane pedestal holders, while pink candlesticks in pink taper candleholders are great for monochromatic color palettes.
Reception Table Decorated With Pink Flowers, Fruit, and Glassware: Ruffled Blog
Decorate With Fruit
Don’t overlook the decorative beauty of fruit when creating your pink tablescape for your wedding! Fruit can be scattered on tables, sliced and added to place settings, combined with floral arrangements, and used to decorate cocktails.
Some of our favorite pink fruits for a wedding tablescape include:
Green and Pink Tablescape Decorated With Chunks of Pink Quartz: Want That Wedding
Add Rose Quartz and Other Crystals to Your Centerpieces
Decorating with crystals is a great option for spiritual couples, but they are also a beautiful addition to both celestial and earthy celebrations.
Use geode place card holders and paint large crystal points to use as table numbers. Pink agates and Himalayan rock salt are also beautiful, as are acrylic charger plates that are printed with pink geode patterns.
Wedding Table Centerpiece With Candles and Hanging Pink Tulips: Stylish Wedd
Create a Stunning Hanging Centerpiece
Hanging centerpieces are a great way to add a luxe layer to your pink tablescape. You can great a magnificent hanging centerpiece out of an abundance of blooms on a wire rack, but understated hanging centerpieces can be just as stunning.
Hang just a few flowers by their stems from an antique chandelier. Ribbons and swags of fabric can make for a stunning hanging display. So can hanging glass tealight holders that are filled with pink tealight candles or pink blooms.
Whether pretty in pink or funky fuchsia, there are many ways to decorate a pink wedding! With the tips on this list, you can create the perfect pink tablescape for your wedding reception.