Spring has sprung and now that I am older, one of my most favorite things to do, is set my dining room table with pretty tablescapes. I set one at Christmas, and now Spring will have its moment to shine! Today I want to share with you how to set the ultimate Spring tablescape just by adding a few pieces that you may have at home.
To create the most Pinterest worthy tablescapes require not only beautiful dishes, but lots of layering.Most of these things you can add to your table that may be have other uses around your home.
As you can see, I started with the gold chargers as a pretty base, then continued to layer by adding a dinner plate then salad plate, then soup bowl, all from the Martha Stewart Collection at Macys. I this up followed with a linen napkin and pretty elephant napkin holder.
The elephant napkin holder is legit one of my favorite details. It just feels so special.
The pops of blue and orange just go so well together. Blue and orange is a combo that will never go out of style, and all of the gold accents just make it pop more, yet makes it feel even more sophisticated. The gold flatware is one of my favorite things to add to any tablescape that I do. Gold flatware just stands out! It can be pricey, but will last forever and worth the investment.
My plan with my table is to host a small and intimidate mastermind brunch with my closest friends. A way to get together and discuss all things entrepreneurial and bounce ideas and such off of one another.
The name tag holders just make it feel all the more special and well planned. I cannot wait!
To continue layering, think of items that add height, in various ways.
For example, on top of the textured runner, I used a cutting board. Then added this pretty blue and white vase with fresh hydrangeas. The orange flowers are faux and mix well with the real ones to provide an elevated look.
All of the brass candlesticks are thrifted finds and are usually just stored on a bookshelf. I love them on this table!
The different types of glassware also added the necessary texture and dimension.
I hope that this post was helpful in showing you how to set the ultimate spring tablescape! I am loving mine this year and hope you love it too!
Do you like to do tablescapes for the different seasons?
Thanks for stopping by! Until next time.
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