Today I am sharing some amazing Spring Centerpiece Ideas that you could use all Spring. These are also great ideas for decorating your table for Easter.
The weather is warming up and we are ready to add a little color to our homes again! I don’t know about where you are but my daffodils and tulips are popping up and starting to bloom and I am just so excited.
Decorating your dining table is a great way to add some color and style to your home. I love to bring in pastels and greens to make the dining room come alive!
Spring Centerpiece Ideas
Today I am sharing 22 amazing table setting ideas for Spring that can easily be used for Easter.
I wanted to combine a rustic copper pot I found into a centerpiece in our dining room. I found the most beautiful tulips at the grocery store and they matched beautifully with the thrifted copper pot. And then it struck me, so would the colors of terracotta pots! That’s when I started decorating with tulips and terracotta pots!
My Spring tablescape was inspired by vintage items and collectibles that I've gathered over the years. I layered it all together in my dining room to create a shabby cottage feel that makes you want to linger over another piece of pie!
These Simple Easter Table Settings utilize natural elements and neutral colors, which is a palette I find myself adopting throughout my home. I am looking to provide more visual interest through textures and mixed elements rather than typical pastels and spring decorations. I hope you will find these ideas inspiring.
I may be slightly obsessed with plants this spring! Lol! I want them everywhere, I think we have had the nastiest winter in a long time and I’ve looked at dead plants long enough, I want to see greenery! Now the plants in my DIY succulent table centerpiece are fake but they still are curing my winter blues!
When creating this Easter centerpiece I knew I wanted to use some of the eggshell candles that I made. The brown shell offers such a pretty natural touch. Of course, eggs in general are a big Easter and spring symbol of rebirth, so they make a great statement for the table.
When I entertain I have very limited space which means that I have to leave room on my table for the food I’ll be serving as well as to allow comfort for my family and guests. Therefore, the table settings I create are functional, minimal, lovely and budget-friendly.
In this post I am sharing 3 separate projects – the first is a simple paint technique I used to make faux bunnies look like cement garden bunnies. The second is how I made little bunny nests out of grapevine wreaths and then I’m sharing some of my tips and tricks for filling a beautiful dough bowl.
How to make easy flower arrangements? Choosing the right flowers and vases, adapt your creativity to your budget, learn what flowers go together, how to use color, how to use scale of flowers and incorporate texture to create more impact.
For this tablescape I really wanted the centerpiece to shine. So the table setting is fairly neutral with soft pops of color. You can get all the details on this easy DIY spring flower arrangement in this post.