Thanks so much for joining me on this spring tablescape blog tour! I have teamed up with 7 other bloggers to show off our very best table settings for this special season. If you are joining me from At Charlotte’s House, thanks for stopping by. Spring is such a fun time of year. It gives us all the chance to add some much needed color into our homes. Mother Nature gets to show off her stuff and everything comes alive! It is also a time for gathering with friends and family to enjoy the warmer weather and fun outside. That is why my tablescape brings in as much color as possible! I just love the bold palette of the season!
Now, you all know how much I love hand me down china. Well, if you didn’t know that, now you do. I LOVE hand me down china! It has a history and there is sentimental attachment. These glasses and plates belonged to my aunt. She recently gave them to me and I use them every chance I get! I love how simple yet elegant the pattern is. (Even though this is hand me down china, I found some similar stuff for you. You can see it at the end of the post!)
The simplicity of the china is just perfect against the crazy floral pattern of this Kate Spade table cloth. When I saw this, I knew I had to have it! The bold colors were just so much fun and created a great spring color palette.
The bright colors of the table cloth allowed me to pull in some really fun flowers. Hydrangeas are my favorite so I have the typical white ones, but then I added in some bold fuchsia ones and orange accent flowers. The hammered silver vase is the perfect touch of glam along with the napkin rings. They add some much needed sparkle to the table.
As much fun as I have decorating a table for spring and Easter, I’m not a huge fan of dying Easter eggs. Mostly because my kids don’t eat eggs and I’m left with a bunch of hardboiled ones and nothing to do with them. But this year I took the leap so I could use the cute little egg cups I bought last year. I love these marble/tie-dye looking eggs. And they were super simple. (I have a tutorial coming soon on tie-dyed eggs and what you can do with hardboiled ones!)
For Easter, it is usually just myself, my husband and my 2 children, so a setting for 4 is just right. My kids love a good ham and mashed potatoes. What do you serve for Easter dinner? My favorite part about spring cooking is the side dishes you can prepare with the fresh fruit and vegetables that are coming in. Even with this bold table cloth as the background, the food always takes center stage!
Like my spring table? Shop the look below (affiliate links used). And I’ll bet you are going to love Rachael’s table over at This Is Our Bliss.
Be sure to visit all of the other talented ladies on this blog tour too!