How to Create a Spring Tablescape

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I am excited to share how to create a Spring Tablescape with you today!

After having winter decor around for a long time, I am so ready for all the Spring vibes!

I have some tips and tricks to help create a Spring tablescape that is easy and functional for hosting a little get together!

Spring Tablescape

Happy First Day of Spring! I am so excited for warmer weather and sunnier days ahead! To help bring these Spring feels inside, I created this easy Spring Tablescape that you could easily recreate!

I am joined by some fellow ladies on this progressive dinner party tour so be sure to check out their tables linked at the end of the post! If you are joining from Jordan, JorDecor, welcome! Isn’t Jordan’s table amazing?!

Spring at Christmas Tree Shops AndThat!

I went shopping at ChristmasTreeShopsandThat! for this tablescape and found the cutest things! I love shopping there for all my seasonal items because they are always switching things up which is so fun! They have an amazing assortment of items at very affordable prices.

Spring Tablescape Ideas


Building tablescapes is one of my favorite things to do! They allow me to be very creative and think outside the box a lot, however, for this tablescape, I kept it very simple.

Your tablescape should feel inviting and welcoming to your guests so that you can all enjoy the celebration!

Spring table

I like to think of a theme for my tablescape and play off of that so that everything flows together nicely. For this tablescape, I wanted pastel colors with fresh fruit and plants to bring the outdoors inside after these freezing cold winter months!


Spring tablescape centerpiece
Place settings at the spring tablescape
  1. Start with a centerpiece. Think of the table: rectangle table = long centerpiece; square/round table = circular/square centerpiece

    • I found this super cute planter from ChristmasTreeShopsandThat! (in stores!) and put my Pilea plant in it. I love that it is not too high so guests can still chat with another across the table.

    • I added these precious glass trays (in stores!) that have the prettiest details on them. I love that they look like vintage china, but you can’t beat the price at ChristmasTreeShopsandThat! I topped these with some yummy scones.

    • On the ends, I wanted to bring in some natural elements so I found these cement planters (in stores!), but added fresh fruit to them instead! It makes serving easy and is a little unexpected element.

    • Remember the drinks! I found these cute flasks (in stores!) that I put water in with a couple drops of lemon essential oils to make them a bit more festive.

    • To bring in a bit of whimsy, I added these rose gold string lights. I love the sparkle they add and the rose gold wire tires in to the pinks I used in the place mats.

  2. Build your place settings. Decide on the number you need and try to find a color scheme to match the centerpiece.

    • I went with rectangular, light pink, and textured placemats from ChristmasTreeShopsandThat! I love that they are a little oversized so they are really shown underneath the plates.

    • I used simple white plates that I have had for a while. White plates are always my go to for tablescapes because they go with everything!

    • For napkins, I found these pale pink ones at ChristmasTreeShopsandThat! (in stores!) and they have the cutest little detailing on the edges. I love that they are not a perfect color match to the placemats to add in some other pink tones.

    • As soon as I saw these mint green dessert plates at ChristmasTreeShopsandThat!, I knew they would be the perfect accent! They tie in the mint from the planter and break up the pink a bit. I love that they are textured and not a completely flat plate.

    • Lastly, cups! These are the cutest vintage inspired cups ever! The detailing on them is incredible and they work so well with the trays in the centerpiece. I chose 2 mint green ones and 2 clear ones.

3. Food! For this tablescape, I was thinking of a girls brunch/breakfast so I went with fresh fruit and scones. My egg cup recipe or oatmeal cookie pancake recipe would be great to serve alongside these little starters!

Food served at the spring tablescape

Following these 3 steps for creating a tablescape is a foolproof way to create a beautiful table setting for any event you are hosting! Use a couple of colors, some fresh elements, and don’t be afraid to mix and match a bit!

Creating a Spring tablescape

If you haven’t checked out ChristmasTreeShopsandThat!, be sure to stop by their website or your local store! I have found so many great pieces there and I love that it’s constantly changing so it’s like going on a treasure hunt!

Now, let’s continue this party by hopping over to Heather’s, Southern State of Mind, table and see what she is up to, I think you will love it!

Be sure to check out all of the other participants that are hosting the Spring Progressive Dinner Party below! 

Southern State of Mind    |   At Charlotte's House   |  A Tufted Life   |    Jor Decor   |    Aratari at Home


Do you host any spring parties?

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How to Create a Spring Tablescape