10 Tablescapes That Scream Springtime

From Easter to Mother's Day and all of the warm weekends in between, the dining table will definitely get a workout over the next few months. Whether you're dining al fresco or giving your kitchen nook a makeover, these tips will help you achieve the perfect tablescape for spring-friendly festivities.

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March 30, 2018

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©Cheyenne Mojica Photography

©Cheyenne Mojica Photography

DIY Bloom Letter Centerpiece

While perfectly placed serveware and glasses certainly have their appeal, it’s this eye-catching approach that has us seriously swooning. Skip the standard centerpieces and create an alternative that captures the essence of spring in all of its glory. Utilize your favorite florals in a new and fresh way that will make a super stylish statement. Fill the length of the table with fabulous florals that spell out your favorite phrase. Leave the rest of the setup simple and let your centerpiece do all the talking.

Yellow and White Cottage-Inspired

Choose a favorite pastel and utilize it to its fullest potential. No matter what shade you end up using, this soft approach will transform any generic table into one full of charming qualities. Rather than keeping the design completely monochromatic, break it up a bit with some pops of bright white and contrasting neutral hues. This yellow, gray and white striped tablecloth brings a seasonally appropriate feel to the dining space in an instant.

Potted Plants

Even though colorful flowers may seem like the natural route this time of year, we can’t help but be drawn to using potted plants as an equally spring-friendly alternative. Stick with neutral pots so the plants' fresh green hue really pops against the rest of your table. After any dinner party or lunch gathering you’ll be able to transport these plants to new locations and keep them long after dessert has been served and the table has been cleaned up.

Fresh-Cut Flowers

Springtime is pretty much synonymous with flowers blooming left and right. Some of the most popular seasonal stems? Tulips, of course. Create the ideal centerpieces with the help of some oversized glass vases filled to the brim with fresh tulips. More is more in this situation, so go ahead and let them overflow from the containers. With crisp white plates set on a wood table, these lush florals create the perfect scene.

Tablescape With Citrus Palette

Pastels may be the most popular colors for springtime, but that doesn’t mean they should be the only shades utilized during this time of year. Choose a few brighter options to really set the tone for your table. Break out the citrus shades and get to arranging a vibrant visual treat. With boldly colored tulips at the center and fruit-inspired colors gracing every inch of the table, this bright palette can’t be beat.

Country-Inspired Dining Table

Farmhouse-inspired style is still going strong — and for good reason. While this design choice looks flawless in all areas of the home, a country dining scape is hard to beat. With a rustic wood table as the base, adding in laid-back accents will make for a setup that’s filled with charming qualities. Use a variety of neutral linens to spruce up the table. From placemats and table runners to individual napkins, these textiles will help set the stage for warm gatherings throughout the season.

Spring Flower and Fruit Centerpiece

When it comes to creating centerpieces, don’t just settle for standard flowers in a vase. Instead, incorporate a fruit element to make these decorative accents really come to life. From sliced limes and oranges to cucumbers, this trick will transform any glass vase into an eye-catching design element. Bring in a fresh bouquet to add an even more welcoming aesthetic. Whether you keep it monochromatic or opt for contrasting colors, this pairing will delight all of your guests.

DIY Mother's Day Lunch

Whether you’re hosting your mom for an outdoor brunch or setting up inside for a dinner, it's the perfect day to go above and beyond when it comes to decorating. Outfit a few mason jars with custom lettering to make sure everyone knows who’s being celebrated. Bring in a few pastels shades to upgrade a minimalist table, and take it one step further by using cake stands to showcase mom's sweet treats.

Spring-Inspired Vintage Table

Put together the quintessential spring-inspired dining experience by layering a variety of unique materials. Start with a classic linen tablecloth and add a burlap runner before placing a smaller lace option on top. When it comes to stacking up style, don’t stop there. Use a few differently designed plates and bowls to really make a festive statement at each place setting. Tie it all together with a centerpiece of flowers and your vintage-friendly table will be good to go.

Geometric Table Runner

While flowers may seem like a safe bet, playing around with some bright colors is just as fun of a approach. Create a runner that goes beyond the norm by getting a bit crafty. These geometric shapes at varying heights make for a visually striking focal point that will turn any meal into a fun experience. Use a variety of bold colors to ensure that this modern take on a bouquet gets the attention it deserves. Not satisfied yet? Incorporate some party-ready confetti across the table alongside an assortment of air plants and succulents to really create a seasonal standout.

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