It is finally spring! Let’s celebrate with some gorgeous spring table decor!
It is no secret that I absolutely adore decorating tablescapes, and spring is the perfect season in which to show off nature’s beauty. You’ll find gorgeous ideas in this post for tables of all sizes, indoors and outdoors! Let’s jump in together and browse through some of my spring and Easter tablescapes over the years. Please click the blue/gray title links to go to the original post on my blog to find more pictures and sourcing information.
Tip 1: Add a special touch to each place setting to make your family and guests feel special. You can find this easy hand painted egg tutorial here. It is a simple and fun craft to create with kids and friends!
Tip 2: Use flowering tree branches from your yard or neighborhood. I love to create what I call a “live runner”. Place clippings from flowering trees down the center of your table to add texture, color, and beauty to the table. Add some candles to help fill out the table.
Tip 3: Take your favorite linens to the store with you and color match flowers. Simple, yet easy trick for coordinating colors on your tablescape!
Tip 4: Instead of creating just one show-stopping arrangement, create some smaller flower arrangements that guests can easily see over. Use the “live runner” trick around the arrangements to add dimension. Fresh seeded eucalyptus is always gorgeous, inexpensive, and long-lasting. I find mine at Trader Joe’s.
Tip 5: Start your table design with an inspiration piece. I loved these green checked napkins and bunny plates and designed the table decor beginning with those inspirational elements.
Tip 6: Have fun with your decor! Add some bunnies, eggs, or cute napkins to add some fun to your table. You can find these items at the dollar spot stores. Paint them if the colors are not your choice. I spray painted this table runner with a gray herringbone design and painted my plastic Easter eggs.
Tip 7: Think outside the “vase” for your flower arrangements. The large flower arrangement is held in an ice bucket, and the smaller arrangements are in tooth brush holders.
Tip 8: Switch gears and move outside! If you ordinarily gravitate to neutral colors, have some fun outdoors with bright and bold choices.
Tip 9: Enjoy some downtime with your significant other at a romantic picnic for two. You can find an easy tutorial for this pallet table if you’re interested in casual dining.
Tip 10: Learn how to extend your table so your friends and family can sit together. This is a great idea!
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