This time of year I always start craving Spring, as I’m sure many of you do .. especially this year since our little bunny baby girl is due on Easter weekend! Even though we probably still have a few more weeks of cold dreary weather, I wanted to share some Spring ideas for your table to get us inspired! These are some different looks from our homes (and one from my sister!) over the last couple years.
This is a very simple look with a couple of striped runners, a rustic tray, and some flowers. I used old rusty mattress springs that my mom and sister dug up at the farm as flower holders!
I love to repurpose things and give them life in a space where they wouldn’t normally belong … like this old window shutter as a runner! I then added a dough bowl with moss and faux painted pears and some candles. You can find some pretty and unique dough bowls at antique stores and flea markets or check out this link HERE. I painted these Dollar Tree pears to look like cement, but I love these real cement ones HERE.
Here is a cute little Easter setup using a galvanized planter with some faux greenery and eggs. We used these moss baskets at our wedding and it was the perfect size for this Rae Dunn bunny plate. Here are some links to similar products ..
Moss Easter eggs
Wood Easter eggs – These would be fun to let kids paint!
Here is another simple look using a runner and large glass jars with faux greenery. One tip I saw on another blog is to fill up your jars with water when using faux stems to make them look more realistic. Check out this great deal on these eucalyptus stems HERE!
Adding layers to your place settings is a fun way to add interest to your table. You could use things that could be favors for guests to take home or a special name card. For Spring, I love the look of a wreath or greenery or even a little birds nest like my sister used on her table!
Lastly, I had to share this great deal on these pretty little dishes I got at Dollar Tree. Yes! They were only $1 a piece, so the whole set I got was less than $25! I had seen people talking about them on a home decor Facebook group and that they are almost identical to some Pottery Barn dishes that are much more expensive. We had white dishes from Target that we got as wedding gifts, but a lot of them were chipped and scratched and we had broken some along the way. So I’m excited to start using these!