Spring Table Ideas
If you're like me you LOVE setting an inspiring table setting. I try to make them reflect both the season and occasion.
My hope is that it says "come stay awhile, sit, eat, enjoy good food and good conversation". Do you think a table can say all that? I do, I believe any space in your home can be made to be inviting even the dinning room table.
The difference between a "special" occasion and an "everyday occasion" is whatever you make it.
In my house, I am know for making "special" occasions "special". We extend the table out to fit more people, we have table settings, special glasses, linen napkins, centerpieces, along with a big meal. Whether it's Mother's Day, Easter, Birthday celebrations or just a Sunday family dinner embrace the occasion and make sure that all there feel special and welcome.
Here are a few Spring table settings to inspire you at your table for all of your upcoming Spring gatherings.
#1 My Easter Table-
This table setting is one of my favorites classic, rustic and elegant. I love the idea of using our handled wooden trays as table settings. I realize that at $24.95 a piece they are not the most economical choice. However my hope was to let this look inspire you to think of what other wood elements you could use to achieve this look? Perhaps some large bread boards?
The other touch that I love is the simple brown eggs, it adds the festive Easter touch in a subtle simple way and best of all I already had them in my fridge!! If you want to take this look a step further, grab a marker and write the guest's names on each egg and place them in the nest!!
Shop the Look:
Bird's Nests-$1.95 (Shop Now)
Burlap Napkins- $4.95 each (Shop Now)
Aspen Leaf Stems- $7.95 each (Shop Now)
Paper White Bulbs- $3.95 each (Shop Now)
Linen Table Runner- $9.99 TJ Maxx
Brass Candle Holders- $12.95 (Shop Now)
Table Setting #2 Classic -
This table setting is another one of my favorites, I LOVE grain stripe. It screams farmhouse to me. This table setting would be perfect for a simple Sunday family dinner. I used our Aspen Leaf stems pieced together as a runner down the center of the table. These are hands down one of my favorite stems very versatile I use them in at least one of my rooms almost year round.