Rustic Pink Winter Tablescape

Here's a rustic pink Winter table that would be beautiful for a wedding, anniversary, or any special event. It's very simple to put together and uses some formal pieces as well as some rustic elements.

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Whether you have a special event to plan for, a family gathering, or a romantic date night; this rustic pink Winter table is simple and quick to put together. 

It was inspired by this pretty blanket scarf that I've had for a while and this unique birch bark vase I found recently. 

Here's Everything I Used:

I started by threading the crystal strand through the bottom of the chandelier. I love using it to dress up the chandelier. Here I thought it would bring to mind icicles. I've had this strand since 2014, so of course when I went back to try to link it for this post it is no longer available. But the good news is, I went back and found all of the details and measurements for it and found one that is an exact match! Except mine was only 6' long and this one is 16' long and cheaper! I added icicle shaped crystals to my crystal strand to get this look. 

Then I spread the pink and gray blanket scarf on the table on a diagonal. Next, I made the floral centerpiece. First I added the magnolia leaves to the birch bark vase as the foundation. Then I added this inexpensive bunch of silk pink peonies. I'm thrilled with those flowers! I ordered and returned several bunches of flowers before I found these. They are very realistic and I'm planning on reusing them a lot. 

I added in the eucalyptus and other greenery, making sure the peonies were spread evenly around the arrangement.

For another bit of rustic, I used wood slices to set three brass candlesticks on. I laid more magnolia leaves and eucalyptus sprigs around them.

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Next to be added was a couple of glass dishes and short pillar candles on either side of the centerpiece. Then I scattered some small pinecones around the table.

I used my everyday white plates and topped them with some vintage white napkins. Cloth napkins are on my list of things I always keep my eye out for when I'm thrifting. If you don't find them thrifting easily, here is a great resource to find vintage white napkins. I placed a rose gold paint dipped magnolia leaf place card on top of each napkin.

And finally I added some of my favorite vintage glasses. These pink Tiara sandwich glass footed glasses were a gift from a relative years ago and I've always loved them. I found some listed on Etsy if you're interested.

It felt great to create a pretty table again! Thanks for stopping by to check it out.