The leaves are beginning to grow again, flowers are blooming and trees are blossoming. It can only mean one thing… spring is in the air! I adore the freshness of a new season and Spring is full of inspiration for party decor! Wether you’re planning a baby or bridal shower, a special milestone birthday, dinner party with friends or Mother’s Day brunch, incorporating beautiful spring flowers into your tablescape is always a good idea! Today we have 3 ways to use the bounty of spring in your table decor – take a look!
Our Spring Table Decor inspiration today comes from the lovely M & D farm, nestled in the Catskills region of New York. Captured by photographer Nicole Nero, each table was lovingly designed by M & D farm owner, Mario Pollan. The rustic, farmhouse feel to the table designs pairs so well with the beauty and brightness of spring! Let’s take a look at a few different ways you can utilize flowers and produce when you set your table for guests this season…
Delicate Pink Flowers
The first spring table decor idea is centered on a delicate combination of pink Alstroemeria and Queen Anne’s Lace. The bright pops of pink at each place setting really draw your attention and I love the way the flowers were presented in small terra cotta pots which guests can take home as party favors.
The pinkish floral pattern in the antique plate is the perfect compliment to the flowers and the simple blue and white striped linen napkin adds to the farmhouse feel of the venue.
The candlesticks and oversized planters for the centerpieces were all kept in a silver shade, which matched the silverware, making the table feel cohesive and pulled together. I just adore the towering floral centerpieces intermixed with the goose statue overflowing with pink and white florals. It’s adds the perfect amount of whimsy and fun to the table.
A perfect way to tie your table design and decor into your food is by using the same flowers on your cake. This gorgeous tiered naked cake, overflowing with fresh blackberries, looks absolutely amazing with the addition of the pink flowers and greenery, don’t you think?
Bright Lemon Blues
Another way you can pull in the theme of the spring season is to use fresh produce and fruit. I adore the freshness of this bright and cheery lemon table for spring! This tablescape is full of ideas for mixing several shades of blue together with pops of yellow to create something really spectacular for your guests!
Each place setting on this spring table featured a geometric blue charger plate topped with a light blue dinner plate, blue linen napkin and fresh yellow lemon. The bamboo cutlery keeps the table light and bright too.
The center of the table was lined with a mix of candles and spring florals, ranging from tall blue and white beauties to lower bright greenish-yellow plants to small yellow wildflowers.
And the dessert perfectly tied into the table decor here as well, placed on sliced lemons and topped with blue flowers and fresh sprigs of rosemary. It’s simple and totally elegant at the same time!
Rustic Green Garden
If you prefer a more rustic look, you’ll love this green garden table! From the unfinished
tabletop revealing layers of green paint to the eucalyptus leaves lining the table, there are fascinating details that promise to catch your guests’ attention.
Each place setting begins with an emerald green woven placemat topped with an antique green charger and dinner plate. Like the first table, a small plant is placed on top for guests to take home at the end of the party. A blue and white paisley dinner napkin is classically folded and placed under the cutlery.
You’ll never go wrong using an abundance of candlesticks for your centerpiece! I love the mix of wooden and brass candlesticks of varying sizes, shapes and designs here! The mix of candle colors – from white to beige to green – adds interest and variety that won’t go unnoticed. Small delicate vases with eucalyptus leaves are interwoven in the centerpiece as well. It all works well to bring that rustic vibe alive!
You get even more of that secret garden feel with the antique window panes used as decor on the dessert table. Again, greenery and florals were used to decorate this two-tiered dessert tray filled with a chocolate cake and whoopee pies.
All three spring tables have different ideas of how to use florals, greenery and fresh produce in your design. Whether you opt for delicate flowers like the first table, bold and bright lemons like the second table, or create a sultry secret garden feel like the third table, I hope you’ve been able to pull design inspiration for your next celebration! Leave me a comment and let me know which table is your favorite and be sure to Pin this post for later party planning!
Event Venue, Design & Desserts: M & D farm
Photographer: Nicole Nero Studio