Oh boy, do I ever have Spring fever! I’m definitely done with our weird warm-cold-warm-cold winter that we’re having up here in Alberta. I just want the weather to make up its mind and switch right over to Spring. I’ve been really inspired lately to switch over to lighter, brighter colours in our home’s decor, so I had a lot of fun planning out a Spring and/or Easter table setting the other day. This tablescape idea is really simple but still fresh and pretty for Spring. It would suit any Spring gathering, or add one little touch to make it perfect for Easter Sunday. Let me show you a fresh, nature inspired Spring table setting featuring lots of aqua blues, off whites and succulents.
This post is part of a fantastic Spring-themed blog hop hosted by Hometalk, so make sure to visit all of the other fantastic projects that are linked at the bottom of this post. There are some great ones and I bet you’ll start feeling all Spring and inspired too after browsing them! You can also watch for the hashtag #DIYMySpring on social media this week to see all of our Spring home decor and DIY projects.
For this simple and fresh place setting, I started with some lovely and inexpensive fabric placemats I found at my local grocery store. I love the fringed edges and the aqua and off white stripes.
Next, I layered my simple white dishes over the placemat, and then topped those with the same DIY pom-pom napkins I made last Fall.
The final topper are some of my favourite aqua Ikat patterned bowls filled with shredded raffia ribbon and a faux succulent.
I still adore succulents. They’re just the cutest little plants, and I think faux succulents look almost as good as the real deal. Some cutlery and teal ombre drinking glasses finish off the look.
This little GIF will lead you through the easy layering process:
To make this setting more obviously “Easter”, replace the succulent with an Easter egg. Voila! Easter.
I love the height and presence this arrangement gives to the table.
And that, my friends, is how I do our Spring / Easter table in a very easy and inexpensive way. I really love it!
Now it’s time for more Spring home decor and DIY projects to get our homes all set for Spring:
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