These last few days spring was in the air, and today we officially marked the start of the loveliest season of the year. I love spring, and all the pretty colors that it brings along. Beside pretty colors, it brings joy, warmth, and most importantly restores my mood.
Being in a good mood, and to welcome spring, I created this informal and colorful spring tablescape which can be applied throughout early spring as well as for sunday easter brunch.
To create this look I used natural elements, such as fresh flowers, blossom branches and eggs, and the palette of white, yellow and blue with some touch of gold. Sticking to a palette of two to three colors makes decorating easy and the end result looks perfectly put together.
To incorporate yellow I used branches of yellow blossom from our backyard bush. I created an imperfect wreath and beside adding a color to the palette, the wreath’s imperfectness added a casual and springy feeling to the eating area.
I also added some branches of the yellow blossom to the hand woven wreaths placed over the black charger plates.
For the centerpiece I used clear glass vases of various heights and filled them with white eggs which were previously “dip died” in gold, and tied white and blue ribbons around the vases.
I used a simple white linen tablecloth, and for a punch of color I added a blue velvet runner.
I used my all purpose white china and beige cloth napkins,and to add some more color and layering I placed colorful paper napkins on top of the cloth ones.
For place cards I used paper orchids paced inside small crystal glasses filled with menthol candies.
To create this tablescape I used what I already had, and yet this simple table setting turned lovely, colorful and very, very springy.
Happy Spring Everyone.
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