Whether you’re gathering for lunch or dinner with family or a tea with friends, a festive tablescape sets the mood for a delightful spring event.
Beautiful flowers are a great place to start your tablescape. Colorful blooms bring nature indoors and help establish your color scheme. And of course, Real Touch blossoms will last the season and beyond.
Orange adds zest
Pinks provide a rosy glow
Honoring spring holidays on a subtler note, you might enjoy beginning your centerpiece with soft pink peonies and adding some palm fronds as a runner. Consider using a cluster of vases down the length of your table and adding in coordinated candle holders.
More pink ideas: flank a pristine white ceramic vase of pink blooms with white distressed lanterns, and nestle all the elements in a long bed of soft grey-green succulents and pottery. Then layer your dinnerware and textiles to reflect your soft tones and add flameless candles to bring a twinkle to the setting.
Purple has appeal
Look out on a blooming spring flower bed and you can’t help but see that purples and purple-y pinks play a starring role.
For real flair, pair your purple blooms with succulents that have purple accents. Then layer in white candelabras and small pots of delicate white flowers. And what could be sweeter than an accent of purple tulips at each place setting?
Like to keep your options open?
Is it too hard to decide on one color? Not to worry--you can have them all! This table setting highlights the colorful show that a spring garden puts on. As colorful as a basket of Easter eggs, this distinctive centerpiece features yellows, oranges, and purples along with greenery and tasteful cross accents interspersed.
A dough bowl filled to overflowing with luscious florals, succulents and greenery needs little else to wow your guests. Simple white place settings on hyacinth placemats finish out this simple but elegant tablescape.
A foolproof combo: black and white!
If you’re reluctant to commit to a colorful table (or you always go for the classics), black and white is always in season! What’s not to love about this crisp combo, especially when paired with lush greenery and gingham bunnies (on runner and napkins, too)?
Prefer an even simpler au naturel approach? Gotcha covered!
Wood-white-and-greenery is trending!
If you like your seasonal looks spare and natural, feel free to go with a wood and white theme accented with greenery. A bonus to this approach is the ability to use your existing neutral serving pieces, candleholders and displayware in many new ways by simply changing out your seasonal accents. The trick is to vary your shapes (rounded or square), textures (smooth or rough) and heights to give your display dimension and visual appeal.
For example, note here the combination of glossy white pottery and glass (smooth) of varying heights on a wood table with plant life and banana leaf placemats (textured). A simple textile runner (“Welcome Everybunny”) adds a seasonal note.
Another version of the natural approach features a neutral print table runner, clusters of distressed white wood candlesticks and a tiered tray with pots and greenery. The subtle nod to spring is the small bunny figurines perched in the tray. Just add flameless pillar candles and invite your guests in!
Whether you prefer your spring decor woodsy and natural or cute and colorful, steal our ideas to create the perfect spring tablescape!