I am sooooo excited to share this post with y’all… you have no idea! Today I have a blush and rose gold tablescape for you: complete with 4 pieces I made myself with resin.
That’s right this is a resin tablescape!
All of the pieces aren’t resin since I’ve layered in placemats, flatware and cups but most of them are.
If you’re new to resin these are mostly beginner level projects that I have full tutorials for… so you can make them yourselves! The best part about making your own pieces is that you can customize them to your taste. So if you’re not a rose gold girl that’s ok… these little guys could be silver, or blue, or purple. Sky’s the limit y’all! Dream big!
Let’s jump right in.
Amazing Blush & Rose Gold Resin Tablescape
Which means a white tablecloth, placemats and chargers.
In this case I knew that my resin salad plates were going to be the start of the stack so I picked blush pink linen placemats, a little pattern with my buffalo check chargers and a solid pink dinner plate.
This should let the salad plate stand out while showing a little interest!
Speaking of salad plates… how much do you love these?! Since they’re made of resin all four are slightly different but I love how they go together.
Coordinating not matching as my mama always says.
I wanted the salad plates to match the detail on my dinner plate so I picked a salad plate with dots around the outside to make my mold. Now they look like they could go together… and I love the detail that the little dots bring to the plate!
Then I moved on to the silverware… or in this case rose gold flatware! I wanted to pull in the rose gold metallic color that you see in the hardware on my 3-tier tray and serving tray… so this flatware was the perfect solution.
It’s simple so the resin pieces still stand out but sparkly enough to add a little extra bling.
I absolutely love it!
It helps that I’ve been looking for rose gold flatware that doesn’t break the bank for months now. I have found plenty of sets but didn’t love the price tags… these babies were only $30 for a set of 4 so I grabbed 2 boxes and came in way under budget.
- Rose Gold & Blush Resin Salad Plate Tutorial
- Rose Gold & Blush 3-Tier Tray Tutorial
- Rose Gold & Blush Serving Tray Tutorial (buy it here!)
- Rose Gold Knife Rest Tutorial
- Pink Buffalo Check Chargers
- Matceramica Blush Pink Dinner Plates
- Rose Gold Silverware/Flatware
- Marseille Linen Round Quilted Placemats
- Marseille Linen Napkins
- Water Goblet Recollection Pink by Indiana Glass (I’ve also seen them here)
- Tiny Mason Jars
Just getting started with resin? Feeling overwhelmed? I’ve shared every singe item you’ll need to make this specific tray in the supply list below but if you’re just getting started with resin you might be a bit overwhelmed. Don’t worry! Let’s take it back to the beginning. I’ve written an entire post on what to buy to get started with resin post just for you! Then you can jump into Resin 101: Working with resin for Beginners where I’ll answer all of your resin project questions!
The finishing touches are our serving pieces… the 3-tier tray in the middle of the table and our serving tray off to the side.
I absolutely love the little 3-tier tray as a centerpiece and added a few tiny mason jars of flowers among the cupcakes to brighten it up. It was an easy resin project but it really just stands out! I can think of a million other places to put it when it’s not on the table… like my bedroom to hold jewelry!
Of course, the little serving tray sits off to the side on my table to hold extra food or supplies but I had to bring it into at least one shot so that you could see the full family of resin pieces together!
Aren’t they darling?!
And that’s it! The whole table! I did add a few pretty glasses for sweet tea or diet coke (whichever you prefer… sometimes people even put water in them *gasp*) but that’s pretty much the entire table!
I have a few more pretty pictures for you and then it’s off to the next table… enjoy!