Ready for Spring Tablescape
Have you had enough of winter? Are you ready for spring to arrive nice and early? We don’t get much of a winter here in central Florida, but I am ready for the pastels and bunnies and blooming branches and all things spring. With the mild weather, that meant it was time for me to set a Spring Tablescape out on the porch.
I set my spring table with a peach quilted throw. I love using unconventional linens for tablecloths, the texture this brought to my table is a nice contrast to dishes.
Simple yellow plates with a scalloped and beaded edge were the base of my plate stack, topped with my cabbage salad plates. Yellow fringed napkins were tucked into bright bloom napkin rings for a little punch of color on each place setting. Flatware is a light gray handled set from The Pioneer Woman collection at Walmart. I took a large white pasta bowl and set a watering can inside of it. I built my centerpiece around the watering can using a variety of artificial florals including hydrangea, daffodils and ranunculus. I thought the explosion of color was more fun than just the watering can sitting on the table. I hope my spring tablescape has you hanging in there through the snowflakes for the blossoming colorful season that will be here before you know it!
I will be sharing this at Make it Pretty Monday!
Yes, bring on Spring! Yesterday was 65 and today it’s 35!! Fun and bright Chloe, nothing screams Spring like daffodils!
Thank you Jenna, I know it is still technically winter, but why not start looking forward to Spring!
Chloe, I love the throw and all the Spring details! I love all the color on this very cold start of the day!
Lovely and elegant.
Thank you Marilyn. I am really ready to bring out all of the springy colors.
Boy that quilt color is wonderful! Love how colorful all this is. The floral arrangement is so cute in the watering can!
Yes to spring and this beautiful table! It’s very cold and dreary here and your colorful centerpiece has brightened my day.
Did you extend your flowers into the base of the bowl or just the watering can?
I used a piece of dry floral foam on each side of the watering can and arranged flowers in each of those sides in addition to some in the watering can. I was thinking about doing a post on it, perhaps I will go ahead and do that to show it!