It’s Virtual Supper Club time again. I can’t wait to share my Spring tablescape with you this month. All my favorite blogger’s are joining me again and it’s so fun to see how different each of our tables are.
As you join me for my Spring Dinner Party Table Setting Tour, you will see a mixture of old and new as well as DIY to bring the table together. Do you love blue and white for Spring? I hope so because my table is filled with nothing but.
If you are joining me from Michele at Vintage Home Designs, I really appreciate you for dropping by.
Spring Dinner Party Table Inspiration
My inspiration for this table was a new set of candle sticks from Lucid Candles. I can’t wait for you to see them. These candles are gorgeous and will last forever. What do you think so far?
Lucid Candles are refillable liquid candles that never drip or burn down. You can get a Free bottle of liquid with any purchase using code: PONDS
The candles are displayed in vintage brass candlesticks which still hold drippings from previous candles they have held over the years.
Each month my friends from all around the country gather for our Virtual Supper Club Events. We each decorate our tables and invite you to join along. Then on Saturday, we all contribute one dish to the menu and share our recipes with you. If you missed our Galentines Table you can see it here and the St. Patrick’s Day Table here.
Spring Table Centerpiece
Next, several items rest on the DIY Farmhouse Table Riser which helps to create a unique centerpiece of collected items. In addition to the candles, a simple vintage ironstone pitcher is filled with faux pink tulips and a couple of white ceramic birds were added also. The ironstone salt and pepper shakers are a recent find that I couldn’t wait to display on the table.
The Place Setting
I choose woven placemats for the place setting and paired them with the woven napkin rings that were a great thrift store deal. They match so perfectly, you would think they were purchased together.
Isn’t it fun when a plan comes together?
The blue and white dinnerplates and salad plates were both purchased at HomeGoods last year. The linen napkins, cutlery and the ceramic birds were new purchases from last year as well, however they are still available. If you click on the highlighted name, you can see the details.
Finally, I added the thrifted vintage cut glass goblets and dessert dishes to complete the table setting. For the actual meal, the dessert dishes will be filled with my Kahlua & Blue Bunny Delight dessert.
In addition to the table setting, the dining area is watched over by Grace, my first cow painting and more vintage copper finds.
The fun pillows were a HomeGoods purchase this spring and they are a perfect match for both the Lucid Candle Sticks and the dishes from last Spring
As you can see, the blue and white theme is very soothing. The touch of pink adds a soft romantic feel to the overall table setting.
If you enjoyed this post, you might also enjoy How To Plan Girlfriend Time.
Next up on the tour is my friend Stacy at Stacy Ling Bricks N Blooms . Then you can see all the other links below by clicking on the highlighted name.
Don’t forget to check back on Saturday for all the recipes and full menu.
Stacy – Stacy Ling Bricks N Blooms
Anne & Ann Marie – Simply 2 Moms
Jen – Mid West Life & Style
Michele – Vintage Home Designs
Rachel – The Ponds Farmhouse
Be sure to check out this delicious dessert recipe!
Thanks so much for stopping by. I look forward to sharing my next adventure with you.