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6 Beautiful Table Setting for Spring Ideas

Y’all know I love to entertain and create beautiful table settings so today I’m sharing 6 Beautiful Table Setting for Spring Ideas.

I’m joining 5 of my friends who are also sharing their creative ideas.

We are group of friends who met on Instagram over two years ago. Although we have never connected in person, we have enjoyed a wonderful, supportive friendship that spans 6 states. We represent a wide range of states from the coast of Maine to the PNW of Washington. The Northwoods of Wisconsin to the ski country of Vermont as well as the beautiful garden of New Jersey. And of course I’m the only southern girl from North Carolina. We all have different style homes and lifestyles, however we just clicked.

You’ll see all their tables and links at the end of my post. I hope you’ll check them out.

If you are joining me from Ann at Dabbling and Decorating, I’m so glad you are joining me. I know you loved seeing Ann’s beautiful table.

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Beautiful Table Setting for Spring

Today’s table setting for Spring was inspired by a few different things.

First, I recently found these Vintage Rose Blair dishes by Spode at a thrift store and knew immediately I wanted to use them for a Spring table.

The delicate ring of flowers and basket weave are perfect for a Spring table setting.

I also wanted to incorporate these adorable cutlery pouches from Cutlery Couture. I’ve been using their cutlery pockets for several years and today each of us will be displaying a different pocket in celebration of their 10 year anniversary. To help Cutlery Couture celebrate, you can receive a 10% discount from April 5 – 10th by using this exclusive code: “10for10”.

In addition, I was inspired to make these burlap napkin rings in a soft pink to complement the floral design in the dishes and sweet vintage glasses.

If you missed seeing the napkin tutorial, click here.

Table Setting Centerpiece

When planning the centerpiece for the table setting, I wanted to add some rustic texture to the table. Therefore, I used a recent thrift store wooden bowl to gather a small collection of milk glass, ironstone, cabbage bowl and pink tulips together.

Additionally, vintage rose butter pats and white ironstone salt and pepper shakers look sweet next to the centerpiece.

The pink tulips pull the colors from the sweet floral circle on the dessert plates.

Table Lighting

One of my favorite things about setting this table is the DIY light fixtures mini hanging vases. It’s always fun to add a seasonal touch to the vases above the table.

For this Spring table setting, I added sprigs of greenery combined with dried lavender for a touch of color and a sweet scent.

Place Setting the Spring Table Setting

The place setting begins with DIY Burlap Placemats. You may remember this tutorial from my Easter Brunch Table. However, these are exactly the same except for a touch of pink spray paint.

Don’t they look perfect with the Cutlery Couture Embroidered Trellis design. Be sure to help us celebrate the 10 year Anniversary by clicking here and using code “10FOR10” by April 10th.

Next, a white plate charger holds the Spode Dinner Plate which is topped with a green cabbage salad plate. To add some green to the otherwise pastel pinks, I added the Bordallo Pinheiro cabbage plates which made the Rose Blair dessert plates really shine.

I love mixing and matching the place setting patterns to add interest to the table.

White napkins look festive wrapped in the DIY napkin rings while the vintage silverware nestles in the cute cutlery pockets by Cutlery Couture.

By using simple clear glass goblets there is room for the fun vintage floral glasses.

I found these glasses at the same thrift store as the Spode Dinner plates but didn’t purchase them.

Afterwards I really regretted leaving them behind and thankfully they were still there when I returned a few weeks later.

They work so perfectly with the napkin rings and vintage dinnerware.

The soft pinks and greens make for a fresh spring tablescape.

This table setting for Spring would be perfect for any gathering.

Next, I’m excited to share Kristin at White Arrows Home. Her lake house nautical table is amazing.

Be sure to click on each of the links below to see more Spring Table Setting Inspiration.

Lake House Nautical Table – White Arrows Home / Blue and Yellow Spring Table – Shiplap and Shells

Casually Elegant Spring Table Decor Ideas– Bricks N Blooms / Let’s Change the Way We Set a Table – Dabbling & Decorating

I’m excited to include the gorgeous table setting by my friend Molly in Maine. I love the blues and yellows combined. You can see more about her table on her Instagram account.

Thanks so much for stopping by today! I look forward to sharing my next adventure with you!

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Bricks 'n Blooms Weekly 75 - Stacy Ling

Sunday 10th of April 2022

[…] also really loved my good friend Rachel from The Ponds Farmhouse pink and green table decor […]

Michele

Wednesday 6th of April 2022

Such a beautiful spring table Rachel! And I love those sweet floral plates and the cabbage plates!!

Rachel

Thursday 7th of April 2022

Michele, I really appreciate that.

Cindy@CountyRoad407

Wednesday 6th of April 2022

I adore all thing pink. Then when you pair it with green it takes me back to my 80's high school days of my favorite shorts - pink and green plaid. Ahh yes, those were the days. Love the plates too. Beautiful table. pinned

Rachel

Wednesday 6th of April 2022

Cindy, I'm so glad you like the colors.

KariAnne

Tuesday 5th of April 2022

That table! You are so talented friend! Love the pink!!!!!

Rachel

Wednesday 6th of April 2022

KariAnne, Thanks for stopping by.

Kim | Shiplap and Shells

Tuesday 5th of April 2022

I can't tell you how much I love your green and pink color combo Rachel. Every detail of your spring table is beautiful. And I love your silverware pouch!

Rachel

Wednesday 6th of April 2022

Kim, Thanks for sharing.