Planning to do any entertaining this spring? Maybe your hosting Easter this year? Today I’m sharing a very Simple Spring Tablescape idea with you. It’s versatile enough that you could easily use for an Easter Tablescape as well!
I love entertaining and setting up the tablescapes. I honestly don’t do it enough these days, but when I do I’m always temped to run out and buy news things. This time, I challenged myself to use what I already had on hand. That meant tapping into my prop closet and cupboards.
In doing this, I was reminded of that quote by Theodore Roosevelt:
Isn’t that great? I just love the message — and it’s relative to both big and small situations. Rather than running out and spending money, I decided to see what I could pull together with what I have. It was great way to challenge myself.
I love galvanized tins, trays and more. When I spotted this galvanized watering can at IKEA a few weeks ago, I knew I had to have it. It came in handy when pulling this spring tablescape together. I had a large bunch of forsythia that added a happy pop of color to the table as well.
I haven’t shared any updates about my dining room lately, but it’s been undergoing a few changes. One is our table. Isn’t she a beauty? A little splurge on my part from Restoration Hardware. It’s raw and rustic. I love this table so much!
The table settings are scalloped plates stacked with different colors – no chargers or tablecovers. I wanted the wood grain of the table to serve as the back drop.
These plates are part of The Pioneer Woman collection you can find at Walmart. The scalloped edges and beading around the outer edge are beautiful.
Grapevine has a very primitive look and feel to it, so I was happy to put my mini grapevine nests to good use and paired them with few speckled eggs. Placed on top of the napkins, the table settings were complete.
Easy, simple and functional! What do you think? I hope you’re feeling inspired! Keeping it simple and making good use of what you have on-hand is doable and can be exactly what you’re looking for. Happy entertaining, friends!
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White Napkins | Grapevine Nests, similar | Faux Speckled Eggs, similar
Table | Chairs | Watering Can | Forsythia Stems, similar
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