When I selected a theme for my Mother’s Day table, I wanted it to feel feminine and soft – an homage to my mom and my mother-in-law – but with bold accents and details to represent their resilience and strength. I chose a pink and green table with spring-inspired rose motifs and time-honored Greek-key borders. I know not many people would put as much deliberation into decorating a table as I do. For me, however, setting a table means thinking about the people who will be seated around it and how they will find joy from it.
I like to imagine the event before I decide what my table will look like – how will my guests feel (jovial and festive, or ready to relax), who will be attending (women, couples, grandmas) what will the vibe be (casual get-together or celebratory party), when will be it held (daytime or at night), where will it be (indoors, outdoors), and which table will I set (eat-in kitchen, backyard table or more formal dining room).
Shop the table setting here:
I hope you like seeing how I styled this pink and green table, using bold accents and details to keep it mature and sophisticated. To see how I incorporated pink into another table setting, check out my White and Pink Poolside Table here.
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I don’t see a link for the napkin rings. Are they still available somewhere?
Hi! There should a be a photo of the pink flower napkin rings – it’s on the very bottom right of the product photo collage. It’s located after the second photo of the table – lmk if you don’t see it and I can send you a link by DM! Thanks for asking! Lory
Mary from Life at Bella Terra says
Boy, Williams-Sonoma is really stepping up their selection of plates. Very pretty! I do love the napkin rings too and just ordered 8 of them. Hoping to do a pink table soon so these are perfect! Lovely table setting as usual!
Holly Johnson says
OMG! I am dying over this table setting. Total perfection, my friend! Your napkins and runner are divine! XO