Setting your table for a spring celebration is like icing on the perfect cake. Whether that be Easter, Mother’s Day, or a casual brunch with friends. We’ve gathered our favorite gorgeous and easy spring table settings to inspire yours.
Here are 15 ideas of beautiful tables ready for your next spring party.
Practically Porcelain Easter Table Setting
“Set a table with eggs inspired by transferware. Boil eggs until almost hard in water tinted with dye. Remove eggs; tap them with a spoon. Drop additional dye over the cracks to stain them further. Boil eggs again until hard.”
“The perfect way to complement a pretty floral tablecloth? A matching centerpiece of fresh spring blooms.”
Beautiful Spring Bouquet
“Combining fresh roses, peonies, and hyacinths in exciting new ways allows us to enjoy their beauty each day. Fashion this delightful bouquet as a centerpiece whenever company’s coming or any time you’re ready for a wonderful treat.”
Shabby Chic Tea Party Setting
“Perfect for a tea party setting, vintage floral china and pink glassware look lovely next to gold flatware and chippy whitewashed chairs.”
An Outdoor Easter Celebration
“Celebrate in the midst of the landscape’s grand awakening and create an aesthetic that suits the ambiance of the occasion. For a lovely tableau that extends a seasonal welcome to all, blend natural adornments with fine china and crystal.”
A Feast of Beauty: A Garden Celebration
“After the stillness of a long winter, spring somehow manages to catch us by surprise. Suffused with light, the garden bursts forth—revealing new growth in a shifting kaleidoscope of blossoms. Greet this treasured season with an alfresco gathering where a profusion of florals sets the tone for a glorious celebration.”
Spring Nest Centerpiece
“Decorate your table with this pretty spring nest. Start with dampened moss in a medium size bowl, then tuck small flowers around the edge. Next, place a smaller bowl filled with speckled candy eggs in the center, making sure the rim of the bowl is well camouflaged with moss and flowers.”
Egg-cellent Idea for Easy Spring Table Setting
“Colorful natural containers pair prettily with classic silver pieces to create an elegant spring tablescape. Set a pretty Easter table by displaying flower- and candy-filled egg decorations along with treasured family silver.”
Elegant All White Table Setting
Set a buffet table and arrange white blooms in a clear glass container for elegant simplicity.
Romantic and Fanciful Outdoor Dining for Spring
Textile designer Michael Devine conjures a romantic alfresco fete. “To complement the floral arrangements, I chose crisp yellow and white table runners,” he says. “Vintage blue and white chinoiserie-pattern dinnerware was paired with napkins tied with striped ribbon.” He wired faux butterflies into the arrangements.
Fern and Egg Easy Spring Table Setting
This Easter table decoration couldn’t be cheaper: Trim bird’s nest fern fronds from your yard (or nab a dozen from the local florist) and display in a wide-mouth glass vase. Beside it, set a bowl of pastel dyed eggs. Simple and stunning.
Outdoor Brunch Tablesetting
For a casual brunch outdoors, place simple groupings flowers into coffee and soup cans painted from Benjamin Moore sample jars. Try using moss instead of floral foam. Flowers stay in place and the moss is reusable.”
Outdoor Pretty in Pink Get-Together
For a relaxed get-together with the girls, whip up a simple cake slathered in luscious pink frosting. Serve with pink lemonade.”
Daisy Tablecloth and Table Setting
To Make the Leafy Bouquets:
Add a few yellow roses in the center of beds of fresh lettuce for a budget-friendly spin on traditional Easter floral arrangements. The bright yellow roses are showstopping against the vivid green.
To Make the Daisy Border:
A cloth in a springtime hue makes a gorgeous backdrop for the table arrangement. Create a dimensional border by hot-gluing scrapbooking daisies along the outer edges.
Easy Chair Decorations
“Tie pretty bows on the backs of chairs. Do it in two steps. First loop ribbon over each chair back, and tie it in a knot. For the bow, make two loops with a length of ribbon, and secure by tying with the tails from the first knot. Insert a silk butterfly.”