A Raspberry and Pink Tablescape

Even though the primary color inside my home is blue, I do love using pink. Pink flowers, pink dishes, you name it! This was going to make a beautiful pink table setting. I picked up this beautiful raspberry pink tablecloth at Home Goods and couldn’t wait to style a table incorporating it. If you are a regular reader you know I love creating different table settings.

A photo of a tablescape with greenery, pink roses and pink napkins.  Words over the photo that say a raspberry and pink tablescape

The  Kate Spade dotted raspberry tablecloth would serve as the base for my raspberry and pink tablescape.  

A raspberry pink tablescape with a faux eucalyptus table runner going across it.

I took a faux eucalyptus garland and laid it down the center of the table to begin styling my creative centerpiece. I found this garland on Amazon.  If you are planning a bridal shower, this is a way to make a beautiful floral arrangement.

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A close up photo of pink roses, babies breath, plums and cherries as a centerpiece with simple glasses blurred in the background

When you add fresh flowers and fruits to the faux eucalyptus, no one will even notice that it is artificial.  I picked up some grocery store roses in pale pink, deeper pink and variegated pink and white. I cut the stems short and put them into water tubes so they each had a water source. This makes for a nice floral centerpiece that is not the traditional one. I used similar items all the way down the centerpiece. If I had found pink peonies, they would also be a lovely addition to this beautiful tablescape.

An overview of a table set with a raspberry tablecloth, 8 glass wine glasses, 4 places settings of ivory china with a delicate pattern around the edge of the china.  Silver flatware, pink napkins tied with pink ribbon.  Champagne coupes on each place setting with butter lettuce leaves and raspberries in them.  a centerpiece is running across the table with green leaves, roses in all kinds of shades of pinks and babies breath.

I just tucked the roses into the garland hiding the water tubes beneath the leaves. Using the water tubes is such an easy way to add blooms wherever you might want them in your I spotted the lush ripe plums and cherries added those to my garland centerpiece.  The place settings are the pattern Lace Point by Lenox.  Although this pattern is discontinued, you can still buy it through Replacements. At the bottom of this post you will find links to all of the items for you to style your own pink tablescape.

An overhead photo of a place setting with a raspberry colored tablecloth, ivory lenox china with a gray and pink floral pattern around the edge.  Silver flatware, a boxwood placemat and a bowl with raspberries resing on a bed of lettuce leaves.

Coupes were added to the top of each place setting filled with fresh raspberries. That way my guests won’t have to eat the centerpiece! Wouldn’t this be a perfect excuse for luxury girls night or a romantic table setting for a couple.

A photo of raspberries in a glass bowl on butter lettuce leaves with pink roses and baby's breath centerpiece and clear wine glasses

Instead of setting my dining table, I went to my wrap around porch for an alfresco dining experience. The next time I go for a pink tablescape I might go with white plates.

An overhead shot of a ribbon centerpiece of faux eucalyptus leaves and pink roses of different shades and fresh cherries and plums.

My everyday flatware was just fine with this place setting. This is Classic Shell by Oneida.

A photo of a tablescape with greenery, pink roses and pink napkins tied with a pink ribbon and several clear wine glasses.

I added different layers with my cloth napkins, with a dusty pink ruffled napkin wrapped with a brighter pink napkin and then tied with a satin pink ribbon. The pink pop from the table linens is what really makes everything else stand out. For special occasions the pink theme with the pink flowers and raspberries a beautiful combination. The drinking glasses on the table are simple clear crystal goblets to not detract from the color and pattern on the table.

A close up shot of a soft pink rose a plum and cherries

To finish off my centerpiece, I tucked in clusters of babies breath.

A close up shot of the edge of a china dinner plate topped with a matching salad plate.  Ivory china with a silver edge, gray stripe and soft pink and gray blooms

The placemats are a Pier 1 purchase from years ago. They are made of faux boxwood. I just love using fine china in the outdoors!

Close up of a raspberry tablecloth, a silverware knife and spoon and a raspberry sitting in the spoon.

a close up photo of pink roses and cherries and baby's breath

Consider adding fruits or vegetables to your centerpieces for a creative difference that will impress your guests!  

More ideas for styling a pink tablescape:

Consider using pink charger plates or a pink dinner plate. Using rose gold flatware might be another way to play up the pink which has been one of the biggest trends in recent years.

Shop my colorful tablescape:

Water tubes
Faux eucalyptus garland
Classic shell flatware
Lace Point China
Faux boxwood placemats
Glass coupe champagne glasses

I even found the exact tablecloth available on Ebay!

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  1. So beautiful and elegant yet totally welcoming! Love the fruit accents and your china is fabulous!

  2. This is gorgeous Chloe! I love the eucalyptus runner with roses and fruit, beautiful!! The pink cloth with the green faux leaf mats are fabulous!

  3. Gorgeous, Chloe! So beautiful!
    I love the roses and fresh fruit in your garland that looks so real. Your china and crystal, luscious raspberry cloth and pretty napkins make a striking tablescape.
    I don’t know how you do so many things so quickly! I actually posted today and it wasn’t a blog hop LOL!

  4. You have outdone yourself this time ! Love the table, especially the garland with roses and raspberry colored cloth. Do you use water tubes for the fresh roses ?

  5. Your neighbors must go for walks just to see your beautiful tables! I love how you set them up on your pretty porch!!! Love these colors! The roses and raspberries!

  6. Chloe, I would love to sit at this table on your porch in your beautiful neighborhood! I love the centerpiece and using water tubes certainly makes this beautiful and abundant. Adding the plum and cherry color contributes to the perfect balance of color. Just oh so pretty!

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