Today I’m sharing a pretty pastel spring garden tablescape that would be great for any event in the spring: Easter, May Day, Mother’s Day, or even a Sunday family dinner!
I’m also joining Bre with Rooms for Rent Blog and some friends she invited for a Spring Tablescape blog hop, so make sure you check them out at the bottom of this post.
I drew my inspiration from what I WISH my garden looked like in the spring– loads of tulips popping up and a few hyacinths here and there. Since Trader Joe’s had lots of $5 bunches, I chose to group them in some clear tall jars. I used canisters I found at HomeGoods for only a couple dollars each, but you could use mason jars as well!
I’m obsessed with how the fabric elements look layered together. I found a real linen bluish-green tablecloth at Homegoods and put this gorgeous floral table throw on top from Pottery Barn. I’ve been eyeing it for a long time, so it was a bit of a splurge but I know I will use it for years– the pattern and colors are so classic and cheerful!
Next I layered on some vintage lace of different sizes and shapes as a “runner” down the center of the table and put those vases on top.
Last, I added a couple of bunnies I’ve collected over the past couple years– this wooden one from World Market, and a cement one at the other end from Target.
For dishes, I used what I already had– simple white plates I got years ago from World Market, some blue and white transfer ware and some pink depression glass goblets– both thrift store finds. The silverware was another thrift store find from years ago and I just polished it up using a little Bon Ami. Check out my post here to see what else I use Bon Ami for.
These blush napkins were a HomeGoods find and were much more affordable than ones I saw very similar at Pottery Barn. I paired them with these white Alabaster napkin rings I got at Crate and Barrel a couple months ago with a gift card I got.
I think the tulips make such pretty statement and you don’t have to have any flower arranging skills to achieve this look.
One thing I love about that table throw is the way it looks hanging on the edge of the table. I was getting little bored of traditional runners, so this was a great way to add some interest and it would be great for any size table, rectangular or round!
I hope you all enjoyed my garden inspired spring tablescape!
Below are some very beautiful spring tables capes I’m sure you will love, check them out!