Today I have a fun, simple, all-occasion Spring table setting idea. A Spring table that works for everything from Nowruz, Easter, Passover, Mother’s Day, graduations, wedding and baby showers … Spring anydays and everydays.
When this colorful, spring garden themed, embroidered table throw caught my eye,
I knew I had to create a pretty spring table around it.
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An all occasion spring table.
For all the Springtime holidays and celebrations … and there are many.
Using the spring garden table throw as my jumping off point … here’s how my table came together.
Getting the throw on the table was a bit of a thing.
My round, pedestal table from Ethan Allen is 48″ in diameter.
A bit too wide for the 50″ square throw to drape nicely.
I added my 18″ table leaf, but it still didn’t feel right.
Then, in a rare stroke of creativity, I turned it a bit off center and it worked!
These sky blue, hand-embroidered dinner napkins look beautiful with the table throw.
And, of course, my recently acquired Lily of the Valley etched wine goblets.
I first shared them here.
And finally, the piece de resistance … the centerpiece.
First of all let me say I cannot take credit.
I was inspired by Mary Ann’s (Classic Casual Home) Valentine table setting you can see here.
Colorful flowers down the center of the table interspersed with whimsical taper candles.
I pulled out my crystal candlesticks, I think they were a wedding gift, alongside these small, glass, more modern, candle sticks.
The blue and green candles, from Anthropology, come in a set of six.
They have many other color options.
My bud vase collection isn’t as elegant or extensive as Mary Ann’s, so I opted for a larger vase in the center of the table and two of these small bud vases.
It was sold out when I was putting my table together, but its back in stock.
This set of three from Monique Lhiullier x Pottery Barn is nice too.
Our local grocery store, Diablo Foods, had some beautiful tulips.
White for the center vase and reddish-yellow combination for the bud vases.
I also added white ranunculus and greenery.
If, like me, you’re challenged in the flower arrangement department, bud vases are your friend.
By the way, the hydrangea painting is a commissioned piece from talented Santa Cruz artist, Heidi Michelle.
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So there you have it.
My all-occasion spring table setting idea.
If you’re hosting a daytime occasion
… lunch or brunch …
just remove the candles and place the flowers closer together.
Or add more.
What do you think?
Will you be hosting any spring occasions this year?
I’d love to hear about them.
As always, I appreciate your visit and welcome your thoughts in the comments below.
I’ll be back on Saturday with Kim and Elizabeth for Weekend Meanderings.
Until then, cheers from Snowberry!