I planned my Easter table this year entirely around this stunning pink and cream vintage Noritake china from the 1930s. As soon as I laid eyes on this set that was recently gifted to me, I knew it was going on my Easter table!
Pink is my favorite color, so this lovely floral pattern of pinks and creams edged with gold makes my vintage-loving heart flutter. 💕
We had a lot of rain last week, and it has really started to green-up the pasture. I love this time of year when everything starts to turn green and bloom again. Easter day this year is forecast to be near 80 degrees and sunny! 🤞🏻☀️
The vintage china is such a show-stopper all on its own, that it didn’t take much to pull this beautiful Easter table together.
To let the vintage china be the star of my Easter Table I used:
- an ivory tablecloth
- ivory linen napkins
- pink woven circular placemats to add some texture
- simple DIY napkin rings made with foil-wrapped chocolate bunnies
- an easy centerpiece with moss and faux tulips (see how I did it further down in this post)
These Easy DIY Napkin Rings require just THREE things to make: cardstock, ribbon, and Easter candy! I selected these foil-wrapped bunnies because they complement my vintage china nicely, but you can choose whatever candy works for your design.
My vintage china set includes this beautiful vegetable dish. It worked perfectly for creating a centerpiece to coordinate with my tablescape.
All I did was poke the stems of these faux champagne tulips into the floral foam and cover it with crafting moss. Then, I tucked a couple of speckled eggs into the middle for an added surprise. So easy, and no damage at all to this precious vintage bowl.
I love these faux tulips and have them in several colors. They look so real! You can take my Spring Home Tour to see some of the other ways I’ve used my tulips. 🌷
We didn’t get to have a family Easter dinner last year because of COVID. 😞
But you can check out my Easter table from 2019 for even more tablescape ideas. I’m over-the-moon excited to be able to gather safely around this table again with our family bubble. 💕
Wishing you a blessed and peaceful Easter,
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21 thoughts on “Easter Table with Vintage China”
Niky, I love this china! I’m visiting from My Thrift Store Addiction, where it was featured. I called it peach rather than pink, but it reminds me of ballet pink, which has that peachy hue to it. Just gorgeous. Happy spring!
Rita, thank you so much for stopping by! I love vintage china, and this beautiful “peachy-pink” is one of my favorite patterns ever. 🙂 Glad to meet someone who agrees. Happy spring to you as well.
GORGEOUS! I love your vintage China.
You are quite the lucky gal to have these beautiful dishes gifted to you! I am drooling over here… your table looks magnificent! I am a fan of the tulips too, how wonderful it came with a matching vegetable dish.
Yes, I agree, Cara. I adore those vintage dishes! Thanks for stopping by!
Niky, thanks for sharing your gorgeous tablescape at Vintage Charm! Aren’t those tulips the best?! I found similar bouquets for spring, too and I’m thrilled with how realistic they are. Your vintage china is absolutely gorgeous! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction
I agree, Cecilia! I’ve got those tulips in a few different colors and love them!
I have to say I love your Easter table. As a big fan of vintage bone china, I am enjoying your wonderful collection here. Thank you for sharing it with us at #OMHGWW. Cheers from Wellington
Thank you so much. I am a fan of pink, and I love the soft subtle colors in this china. 🙂
The china is stunning! Love how you made the centerpiece. A classic look that will always be beautiful.
Thanks for joining Tuesday Turn About link party this week Niky!😊
Niky, this is the first time I’ve seen this pattern by Noritake. It is beautiful, and the center piece works so well with the table. Thank you for sharing it at the FWF link party.
Oh Niky – that Noritake is stunning! I’m going to have to look that pattern up and see if I can get some – it’s just gorgeous! Your table showcases it perfectly. Beautiful!! Happy Easter to your family!
That china is an absolute show stopper! Beautiful table 💕
Thank you for sharing. Gorgeous! Happy Easter!
My dining room has pink in it, and I absolutely love those flowers! That makes so much sense, artificial flowers for the centerpiece. We have a fair amount of dinner parties (used to, before the pandemic), and I sometimes forget to buy fresh flowers. You are so clever! And your table setting is beautiful! Have a lovely Easter.
Thank you, Alene! I’d love to see a picture of your dining room with pink in it! Faux flowers have come such a long way, and it is so convenient to get the centerpiece made early without worrying about what flowers are available at the store, and how long they will stay fresh!
Thanks for visiting. 🙂 Happy Easter to you.
Your vintage china and table setting are absolutely gorgeous!!
Thank you so much, Allyson!
This is by far the most beautiful table setting I’ve seen for Easter. It makes my heart sing! Well done, Nicky!!
Thank you so much, Gina. You are so sweet. 💕