Spring Table Decor

It is that time of year, when thoughts are turning toward spring. If you are looking for spring table decor ideas, you have come to the right place! One of my favorite things is joining other bloggers for a blog hop. Rita of Panoply is hosting this wonderful blog hop featuring spring table settings. At the end of this post you will find incredible inspiration for spring table decorations shared by twenty talented table stylists!

I did something really different for this dining table. Spring table decor is generally all about fresh flowers, spring flowers like tulips and daffodils. This is my interpretation of gorgeous spring table look. Lily of the valley are my favorite flowers. I have set my dining room table for a dinner party for six. If you would like to substitute white tulips for a flower arrangement, you would achieve a similar look!

View of a tablescape looking at the back of a chair.  A lily of the valley theme, through the tablecloth, the plates and the napkins.

A most unusual spring centerpiece is a large white bowl filled with artificial lily of the valley set in the center of the table. I wanted to make the natural elements of lily of the valley growing in the woods appear as if they had been dug up and tucked onto my gorgeous table. A bouquet of any spring blooming florals would bring the same beauty to your spring decor.

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A side view of a spring tablescape showing the back of a pair of chairs and four of the place settings and a lily of the valley centerpiece.

The best way to enjoy lily of the valley in mass as a centerpiece is to use faux flowers. The heady scent of lily of the valley in this quantity is too strong for a dinner table centerpiece.

Overhead view of a table set with lily of the valley salad plates and a centerpiece of lily of the valley plants

The place settings are topped with another nod to the delicate flowers of the lily of the valley. The beautiful salad plates with embossed lily of the valley are from Pottery Barn.

Lily of the valley silverware by Gorham, a knife, a dinner fork, a salad fork sitting across the top of a plate stack.  A white salad plate with embossed lily of the valley stems on it.

It doesn’t have to be a special occasion for me to bring out the silverware. This lily of the valley silverware by Gorham was gifted to me. I am so happy to use this to complete my lily of the valley themed tablescape.

Antique green glass creamer and sugar bowl on a green and white spring tablescape.

The place setting for my beautiful table is a rustic placemat, white plates with an openwork edge, topped with a green dinner plate and finally my salad plates. It is always nice to add an additional decorative item to a table setting. I chose an antique sugar and creamer to add to one end of my table.

A wine glass with lily of the valley on it.

The whole look is completed with these lovely wine glasses also decorated with the lily of the valley pattern. I look forward to using some of these lily of the valley items for my Mother’s day tablescape. The color palette of cream, white and green is soothing.

Overhead view of a centerpiece full of lily of the valley and the rest of the tabletop done in green and white.

Linen napkins, also from Pottery Barn have scattered clusters of lily of the valley across them. Lilyof the Valley with their delicate white flowers always signifies the arrival of spring for me.

A place setting with a grapevine wreath placemat, a white openwork charger plate, a green dinner plate and a white salad plate with embossed with lily of the valley.

The table linen is the coordinating pattern to my cloth napkins. Paired together the tablecloth and napkins the soft colors set the scene for a monochromatic spring tablescape. If you would prefer to diy napkin rings your could do that similar to how I made these, just use the spring flowers of your choice.

A pair of lily of the valley silver forks by Gorham sitting on a lily of the valley print linen table cloth.

This would also make a lovely easter table with the spring season depicted through the new life expressed in blooming flowers. Happy spring to all of you!

Shop my table:

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Monique Lhuillier Lily of the Valley Embossed Salad Plates
Monique Lhuillier Lily of the Valley table cloth (ON SALE NOW!)
Monique Lhuillier Lily of the Valley napkins (ON SALE NOW!)
Monique Lhuillier Lily of the Valley stemware
Faux lily of the valley
Green dinner plates
Gorham lily of the valley silverware

Visit my talented friends in the blogging world here for inspiration for creating your own seasonal tablescape. No matter if you are looking for a beautiful centerpiece of spring blooms or alfresco dining for the spring months, you are sure to find fabulous spring tablescape ideas!

Panoply – Preppy Pink & Green Spring / Easter Tablescape
Home is Where the Boat Is – Cottontail Farms
Everyday Living – The Blessing of Easter|
Corner of Plaid and Paisley – One Happy Bunny
Bleu Belle Interiors – Spring Brings Joy
Living With Thanksgiving – Easter Fun
Hyacinths for the Soul – Springtime Pleasures
Celebrating Everyday Life – How to Style an Elegant Easter Brunch Table
The Painted Apron – Carrots and Cottontails
The Bookish Dilettante – Tablescape Blog Hop: Wildflowers for Spring
Pandora’s Box – A Dollar Tree Dessert Station
My Thrift Store Addiction – Egg-cited for Spring Breakfast Table
The Little Yellow Corner Store – Creating Happiness With An Easter Tablescape and a Giddy of a Good Time
The Cat’s Whiskerz – The annual spring meeting of the bunnies
Celebrate and Decorate – Spring Table Decor
Red Cottage Chronicles – Blue and White Tablescape for Spring
Me and My Captain – Spring, When Flowers Bloom and Nature Sings
Thrifting Wonderland – Spring Forward Tablescape
Bluesky at Home – Bunnies and Blue Spring Tablescape
Dinner at Eight – Welcoming Spring with a Fluffle of Bunnies
Zucchini Sisters – Lavender and Sage Spring Tablescape

More spring tablescape blog posts:

25 Spring Tablescapes for your spring dining table
A perfect way to set your Easter table

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  1. Chloe, you know lily of the valley is special to me, too. I can’t believe that you found so many pieces with the design motif on them, plates, napkins, silverware and glasses. The soft color palette is relaxing and soothing. Lovely table.

  2. Chloe, lily of the valley bring back so many special memories of my Grandmother. She had it planted in all the shady areas around her house and I can still smell those gorgeous little bells. The white and green two-color theme really works. A lovely quiet introduction to Spring. The china and silver carry your theme beautifully. Happy Spring!

  3. Chloe, love everything about this stunning lily of the valley theme tablescape (you know me and themes lol!). Those embossed white plates are truely special.

  4. Chloe, I am smitten with your lovely lily of the valley theme from the realistic faux arrangement to the matching plates and napkins! Gorgeous–pinned! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  5. This is gorgeous Chloe! Aren’t you smart to use faux lily of the valley so the diners aren’t overwhemed with scent! The plates and so pretty, and your simple color palette of green and white certainly sings Spring to me! Love love the pretty tablecloth, napkins, and the rustic placemats. You even have silver lily of the valley flatware! The green antique sugar and creamer are a lovely touch, it’s all just beautiful, Happy Spring!

  6. Your table is so pretty. I adore lily of the valley, too, and swear that it must grace the gates of heaven!! So sweet and pure!

  7. Chloe what a pretty table setting….and your guests will be enthralled for sure. So many pretty Lily of the Valley pieces. I like this little flower too, but I also agree that the scent can overwhelm easily, but faux flowers are perfect as you get the daintiness and bright white color and not the fragrance. (You could always use a diffuser…I find the fragrance not as strong with them.) That way you could still have the occasional whiff enter your room.
    Your table stack is the right combination of green and white (you know food always looks better on both those colors) sometimes I regret using a bright red or purple plate for my guests. It makes me have to be better at picking out my food choices so the food still looks as good as it tastes. LOL Happy Spring and Easter my friend. It was 49 degrees over here this morning…hope you fared a little better over there.

  8. Wow! Lily of the Valley is a favorite flower of mine, so I was sighing out loud while reading your post and looking at the photos. I can’t get over how your flatware, stemware, plates, centerpiece and table linens all have these pretty flowers on them. Is your birthday in May? Mine is, and Lily of the Valley is May’s birthday flower. I think your table is the perfect representation of spring. Beautiful! Happy Spring!

    1. Thank you so much Ricki! Yes, my birthday is in May, too! Having been gifted that silver years ago, it was a given that I would buy those linens and plates and wine glasses when I spotted them at Pottery Barn!

      1. Everything is beautiful!! I am an avid tablescaper and have a extra large collection of dishes but have not been able to find any open work chargers. Where did you find the ones on the lily of the valley table?

  9. Chloe, I love your Lily of the Valley themed table. It is amazing how you assembled all Lily of the Valley details. The rustic placemats add a wonderful natural vibe to your table. So smart to use faux Lily of the Valley flowers. A large fresh arrangement could overwhelm the wonderful smell and taste of food. Everything is so pretty! Happy Spring and Easter!

  10. Chloe, I am such a fan of your Lily of the Valley table!! It is beautiful!! Every detail is spectacular- especially that flatware and napkins!! Gorgeous!! Such a pretty table to celebrate spring!! Enjoy!!

  11. Oooh! I love this monochromatic look you’ve styled here, Chloe! The lily of the valley looks amazing as the centerpiece, exactly as you describe it from a woodland dig. I can’t believe you even have flatware to match all the lily patterns on the textiles and plates. This pattern was clearly made for you by PB! I would even consider using this for a St Patrick’s Day table, but it certainly is best suited for spring in general and Mother’s Day, which is when it blooms in my landscape. Chloe, thank you for bringing your sharp style to the group, and I wish you a happy and healthy spring!

    1. Thank you so much Rita. I have had that silver so when I spotted those linens and plates, I knew they were made for me! When I was up in Ohio, mine would always bloom in May, too! Thanks so much for hosting!!

  12. Chloe, Your table is elegant perfection! Simply gorgeous!
    I couldn’t get your post to open yesterday. So glad it did today.
    Everything is beautiful. The white openwork charger is most effective in carrying the eye to all the lovely elements and giving an elegant statement. I had sworn off buying more dishes, but those chargers add so much I feel myself giving in.
    The antique sugar and creamer were the perfect finishing touch.

  13. Chloe, your table is absolutely stunning! The lily of the valley pattern is so pretty and I love how you have styled it. I didn’t realize that they also had stemware in this pattern but its probably just not available in Canada. Love the tablecloth and even your flatware has the same pattern. The flowers are gorgeous! I think you should be styling PB’s tables for them. I hope you are having a wonderful spring!

  14. Chloe, What a beautiful table with your Lily of the Valley theme! I haven’t shopped at Pottery Barn in a while and didn’t realize they had all those beautiful LOTV pieces and linens, and you have beautiful flatware to boot! I’ve always admired those woodland vine chargers from Pier 1 and regret not getting them when they were available. As always, it’s always a treat to join you at the table and hop with you. Happy Spring! ♥

  15. Chloe, your elegant lily-of-the-valley table imparts a woodsy, tranquil feeling. The tablecloth is a great beginning for the chargers and pretty salad plates. The silverware is gorgeous. And that centerpiece!! It transported me back to childhood hours spent at my grandmother’s where the entire side of her house was planted 2 feet deep in lily-of-the-valley. I thought it heavenly. Thanks for the memories! Such fun gathering with you for the hop.

  16. Chloe, I am swept away by this beautiful Lily of the Valley tablescape. It is one of my most favorite flowers and the scent is hypnotic. You capture the flower’s beauty in this lovely tablescape. It is so unique to have the flower pattern in all of the pieces like plates, flatware, stemware, napkins and tablecloth. The centerpiece is outstanding. It is hard to believe it is faux Lily of the Valley flowers. I can almost smell their lovely scent even though they are not real. It is a table suited for any exquisite occasion like a wedding, bridal shower or even Mother’s Day. Beautiful work, Chloe. I always enjoy your creativity. Happy Easter!

  17. Chloe, your Lily of the Valley theme delights! I, too, love this sweet bloom, though it does not grow in my zone. There is another very similar that I want to try next year. Your plates, flatware, glassware, are lovely! I’ve not seen any of these patterns. Love the idea of the centerpiece. Great job!
    Happy Easter!

  18. Wow Chloe! Just when I thought your tables couldn’t get any prettier! Lily of the Valley is a favourite of mine as well. It is the flower for the month of May, so it is perfect spring! It grows rather wild here, and seems to pop up all over the place. You have done an outstanding job with your centrepiece. It certainly feels as though you have taken a cluster from the garden and placed them in the bowl! The plates, stemware and silverware are stunning! Love the table cloth and napkin too! A seriously gorgeous table for spring! Happy Spring, my friend!

  19. Chloe, your lily of the valley table is perfection!! I adore the center bowl of those stunning sweet flowers. And yes, the fragrance would be too much. But, I do love having a bouquet at my bedside as the fragrance is divine for sleeping. From your tablecloth to your silver, everything is so elegant.
    Happy Easter and Spring! <3

  20. Oh Chloe, you have so many lily of the valley pretties. The flatware, plates, and glassware have me swooning. We are kindred spirits in our love of this beautiful bloom. This entire setting is gorgeous and looks like it belongs in a magazine. You are so talented! Happy spring!

  21. Chloe, you’ve outdone yourself again! I’m swooning over your Lily of the Valley themed table. The centerpiece of faux florals is so dramatic and realistic. You have so many lovely details on this table. I also love Lily of the Valley, which blooms here in Connecticut in May. I’m always inspired by your tables, my friend! Happy Spring 🙂

  22. oh Chloe, this is so lovely and caught my eye since I am in the wedding business. How beautiful your tablescape is…and how I wish you were my neighbor! The centerpiece is just perfect for all your details and this is pulled together so well. What a lovely post!! Blessings on your day with a hug!

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