Spring Floral Table
Happy Wednesday everyone! This spring floral table is a perfect post for today. The rain has stopped and the sun is out (thank goodness)! This table just makes you happy. With so many shades of colors who wouldn’t find something they didn’t like. This tablescape can be dressed up or down but I chose to keep it a bit more casual. I also considered the types of foods I was serving and used different ramekins and sized plates. Our meal of fingers foods, chips, dips, and desserts was a perfect combo for this table.
This would be a great tablescape for Mother’s Day or a tea party with friends :-).
What did I forget?
But what did I forget AGAIN? Comment below and let me know if you see what is missing! A lot of you email me which I absolutely love but you can scroll down to the bottom and type your comment in which I can see and reply as well.
Ways you can add pizzazz to a tablescape:
Sometimes you don’t need a centerpiece. What’s different about this table is that all you have to do is add plates. I wanted to give the table some height so I placed a small cake stand from Home Goods off to the side and added a small vase with silk flowers from Walmart. The pink vase is an antique as well as the green ramekins. I love mixing old with new. The plate mats and runner are new and purchased from Home Goods. Another way to add color to your table is with food, candy, and napkins! I not only used cloth napkins tied up with silk flowers but I found these adorable dessert napkins from Home Goods. You don’t always have have the same pattern on the table. Mix it up with patterns as long as you keep in the same color family. These casual white dishes are from Walmart which we use every day. Look at those fun Easter M & M’s. Not only do they add color to the table, they are an edible accent to your table your guests will enjoy!
What’s on the blog next week?
We are headed to Plymouth, MA with the dogs for a few days. This will be the first time for them staying in a hotel and the first time we have all been to Plymouth. I’ve made several calls inquiring about dog friendly tourism and dining. It looks like Jake and Maggie are going to have an amazing experience. Stay tuned for a post next week on all of our details and adventures in Plymouth.
I also have a fun post on a small table I just refinished and how I worked on it with Jake in my space :-). I bought a small accent table at an estate sale for $5.00 and with a little love, I turned it into something that works perfectly in our living room!
Maggie helping me with this tablescape
Well…not really. She got a drink in the mudroom, dripped water everywhere and then stood and looked at me as I asked her not to do that. LOL
Jake helping me with this tablescape
Well…kinda…he got tired in the middle of helping and took a nap on the couch 🙂
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So fun & so pretty! I love the soft spring colors you chose in your table scape 🙂
Awh thank you so much!
I love, love, love the placemats! They are so cheerful and we’re all so ready for warm weather…your making me feel like spring cleaning now. Lol! I love your table scapes. Each and every one is special and unique. 👏👏❤️👍
Awh thank you! I spring cleaned my house after putting that table together. LOL. Just kidding. But I did get our carpets professionally cleaned :-). Spring cleaning starts next week at the Domitrovich’s :-).
Loved the spring floral tables. I especially loved the plates! But where’s the silverware? Lol… Great job as usual!
LOl. You figured it out! I totally forgot the silverware again. What is wrong with me? haa haa. I guess I expect my guest to eat with their fingers.