Celebrate the Season with a Spring Centerpiece and Tablescape

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 A bright and cheery Spring centerpiece and tablescape is a perfect way to celebrate the sunny days of Spring. Learn how to set a yellow and blue tablescape with a quick and easy DIY farmhouse centerpiece. Plus, find 26 more creative and colorful Spring tablescape ideas below.

I just love a big blue sky with the sun shining.

After a wet and gray West Coast Winter, it always does my heart good when that sun starts to peek its face out more often!

Perhaps that’s why yellow and blue has always been one my favorite color combinations?

It was the starting point of inspiration as I put together this year’s Spring tablescape. It would work perfectly for Easter, Mother’s Day, or any other special celebration in Spring.

I was thrilled to be able to join together with a group of bloggers hosted by Chloe from Celebrate & Decorate for a blog hop filled with Spring Tablescape ideas and inspiration. If you’re here visiting from Bluesky at Home, welcome! I’m so glad to have you…

A Bright and Cheery Spring Table Centerpiece & Tablescape

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How to make a quick & simple 5 minute Spring centerpiece

I often start a tablescape plan by thinking of a centerpiece. This one is super quick and easy.

 Here’s the supplies you’ll need:

The supplies for this quick and simple DIY farmhouse centerpiece are an assortment of faux greenery and yellow flowers, along with a galvanized metal flower box.
The supplies used for this DIY centerpiece project just might be found in your decor closet stash!
  • A galvanized metal flower box (I found mine at a thrift store, but here’s something similar)
  • 2 bunches of faux wispy  greenery (here’s some similar)
  • 2 pots of faux greenery (I got mine at Ikea, but here are some similar)
  • 1 bunch of faux yellow forsythia (a similar option here)
  • 1 small bunch of faux yellow flowers (These are cute!)
  • 1 small bunch of faux lime green flowers (These would be gorgeous!)
  • 2 shallow bowls

**Please note: Although I’ve linked online shopping to all the supplies above, I personally found mine at a thrift store, Ikea, and Micheals Craft stores. If those options are available for you, too, the price of this centerpiece could be very low!

How to assemble the Spring centerpiece

Start filling the centerpiece flower boxes by putting the wispy faux greenery on each end.
Don’t overthink the placement of the florals in this centerpiece flower box. Just set them in!

Start by putting the 2 bushes of greenery on either end of the galvanized metal flower box.

Place the 2 bowls upside down inside the flower box to give the potted plants extra height.

Set the 2 pots of faux greenery on the bowls.

Place yellow flowers interspersed throughout the faux greenery.
Customize this easy flower box centerpiece idea with any color scheme you’d like.

Cut apart the faux greenery so each flower is on an individual stem. Intersperse the flowers throughout the greenery.

I like to always work from one side to the other when placing flowers. If I put one on the left side, I put one on the right, etc.

Setting a Spring Tablescape – Layer, layer, layer!

Since the color yellow was the inspiration for this tablescape, I started with a yellow striped farmhouse style tablecloth.

Layer the table with a yellow striped tablecloth, plaid dishtowels under the placesetting, and stacked plates on a woven charger.
Layer different colors and textures of linens for a relaxed farmhouse style.

In experimenting with various options, I found that layering a dark gray contrasting color provided more interest and excitement – plus made the cheery yellow and Spring green pop.

Dark gray striped and checked tea towels were laid under each placesetting with a gray checked runner down the center.

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Make the place settings special

Whenever I’m attending a dinner party where special care has been placed on the details of the place setting, it makes me feel cared for!

I wanted to create something similar with this Spring tablescape place setting. It could be used for Easter, Mother’s Day, or a Spring birthday celebration.

A handwritten place card with the name "Joel" tucked into a faux grass mini potted plant on top of a plate.
A handwritten place card is a nice personal touch for guests.

On the top of the layered placemat and woven charger, the cherry on the place setting top is an individual pot of faux grass with a place card set inside. I had difficulty finding any mini faux grass pots online that weren’t really expensive! Look in your local Dollar Stores or craft stores for much less expensive options…

Those beautiful blue linen napkins and blue egg decor stems were a thrift store find. You can see how I created an entire tablescape in this 5$ Goodwill Tablescape post.

I created a printable place card sheet available in my VIP printables library, so readers can print it off and use it for their Spring tablescapes, too.

Picture of printable place cards designed with yellow floral watercolor art.
Print off your own set of free printable place cards for your Spring celebrations.

If you aren’t a VIP yet, fill out the form below for an instant download of the place cards + access to all the other free printables, too!


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Add in extra pops of Spring themed decor and greenery

Have fun adding in colorful Spring themed decor and florals.

Alongside the centerpiece, I scattered a few more faux greenery pieces, a fun pink bike, and some faux moss rocks.

Look in your decor stash closet to see what kind of Spring themed decor you may have that you forgot about.

For More Spring Tablescape and Home Decor Ideas, see the posts below:

If you want to see lots of behind the scenes action and laugh with me every day, come join me over at Instagram. We’re having a hoot over there!

Now, check out all the beautiful Spring tablescape inspiration from my blogger friends below. And, thank you, Chloe, for organizing all of us!:)

Home is Where the Boat Is
Panoply
My Family Thyme
Red Cottage Chronicles
The Painted Apron
Everyday Living
Debbee’s Buzz
From My Carolina Home
Home and Gardening with Liz
Create With Cynthia
Bluesky at Home
Harbour Breeze
Living With Thanksgiving
Katherine’s Corner
My Thrift Store Addiction
The Little Yellow Corner Store
Sweet Sensations
Belle Blue Interiors
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Zucchini Sisters
Life and Linda
Intelligent Domestications
First Day of Home
White Arrows Home
Calypso in the Country
Celebrate & Decorate

 

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42 Comments

  1. Rita, I’m in love with your Spring Table! All of the green paired with the yellow is perfect for those Spring feels. You have so much light coming in too! Such a nice centerpiece tutorial and that tip of using the bowls to raise the plants is a good trick! Your adorable little bicycle is a nice find. It makes me think of getting outside in the Spring. So fun Tablescape Hopping with you! Happy Spring!

    1. Hi, Shirley! Yes, this blog hopping together is so much fun! I’ve been having a hoot going to check out all the other posts. Thanks so much for stopping by – and Happy Spring to you, too!

  2. This is adorable! I am crazy over your long low galvanized container, such a great centerpiece maker! LOVE the bicycle, too cute! The pots of grass holding your beautiful placecards are perfect! Happy Spring!

    1. Thanks so much, Jenna. It was fun to put all these bright and cheery things together in one place. Thanks for stopping by, and Happy Spring to you!

  3. Great centerpiece arrangment and I like those potted plants with the placecard holders! I like the light aqua napkins which bring in such a nice spring color along with the yellow! The pink bike is the cutest!

    1. Hi, Liz. Thanks so much for stopping by. I love that little bike, too. I don’t even know where its original source was, as it was a gift to me! My husband commented about 4 times that he really likes it, too!:)

  4. Rita Joy, I so enjoyed your charming farmhouse style spring table and centerpiece. Like you, I often use place cards to personalize the table and to mix up the seating arrangement. Love the beautiful cards you made.

    1. Hi Debbee, Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to leave such a nice comment. I’m so glad you like this Spring tablescape and place cards. Happy Spring to you!

  5. Hello Rita Joy!!! Thank you for the step by step on how you assembled your centerpiece. That’s the one area where I’m often stumped. Your table is beautiful and relaxing Thanks also for the printables and it’s a pleasure to blog hop with you.

    1. Hi Sandra, Thank you so much for stopping by. I must say, this is the most fun blog hop I’ve ever been a part of. You guys are so great and encouraging. Thank you, and Happy Spring!

  6. Your centerpiece is absolutely stunning! What a gorgeous accompaniment to your table. Thanks for sharing the tutorial! Happy March!!!

    1. Hi Shannon, Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving such a sweet comment. I’m glad you like the centerpiece. Blessings and Happy Spring to you!

  7. I’ve been loving galvanized pieces lately too! What a great flower box and the perfect centerpiece for your gorgeous table. Those place cards are such a creative personal touch for each place setting. So inspiring! Great hopping with you!
    Shelley

    1. Yes…I’ve been keeping my eye out for “galvanized” anything when I’m thrifting! It fits in so nicely with the farmhouse style. Happy Spring to you.

  8. Great hopping with you. Your table is so beautiful and all the little details make such an impact. I, too, usually start with a centerpiece. Cynthia at Create With Cynthia!

  9. Hi Rita-Joy, your lovely Spring tablescape truly stirred up memories of my first Spring bike rides after a long winter indoors. As a child, I couldn’t wait to get outside and ride through puddles of melted snow or after a Spring rain and delight in the smell of freshness in the air. I so enjoyed seeing that little bicycle on your table among the flowers and greenery. The mixture of patterns conjure up thoughts of casual days at play in the countryside and small country villages where biking to friends and neighbors was a daily must. The sweet place cards are a lovely touch too. Happy Spring.

    1. Hi Marsha, What a beautiful comment! You paint such a lovely picture with your words! Yes, the bike was a special gift, and I just love to see it. My husband even commented numerous times that he likes it, too. He’s an avid mountain biker, so anything bike related is a winner with him. Thanks so much for stopping by. Happy Spring to you!

    1. Hi Carrie, Thanks so much. Yes, yellow and blue is one of my favourite color combinations…I think maybe it’s Swedish? Regardless…I love it! Thanks so much for stopping by, and Happy Spring to you!

  10. Another Rita! Hi RIta Joy, so glad you’re a part of this tablescaping blog hop for spring! I took some time to nose around your blog to get better acquainted, and what an interesting path your life has taken you! Your tablescape, I can see, is just the tip of the creative iceberg. It’s so fun to see kindred spirits in bloggers who enjoy taking thrifted and inexpensive items and elevating their style in such artful ways. You have a very gifted style. I love your springy centerpiece to your place settings in this spring arrangement. Happy March to you!

    1. Rita!!! I was so excited to see there’s another Rita out there in the blogging world. There’s not many of us, is there? Thank you so much for stopping by and taking the time to poke around my blog. I enjoy this creative outlet so much and decorating on a budget is my thing!! It’s been a joy to be a part of this blog hop with you all. You’re such an encouraging and uplifting group. Happy Spring to you!

  11. Hello Rita Joy, a pleasure to enjoy your spring tablescape. Love the centerpiece. Adding the touches of faux bring in the perfect greenery. The pink bicycle is darling. I love how you created the floral place cards. Using the little pots is a sweet idea. Shopping your home is always a good idea. A perfect table to welcome spring. A pleasure to join you.

  12. Like you, I find most of my supplies at thrift and craft stores. I really love your sweet centerpiece–great find on that galvanized container. I love your pretty colorful layers mixed with pops of greenery! Happy to be hopping with you! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  13. Hi Rita Joy, I love your farmhouse tablescape and your galvanized container filled with spring greens and forsythia. The placed cards are adorable. It is so nice to meet you on the hop. Wishing you a wonderful March!

  14. Love all the greenery and that you shopped at thrift stores, my favorite kind of shopping. Looks like a fun hop with some beautiful tablescapes.

  15. What a great table you have put together! This is the perfect table to welcome in spring! I love this centerpiece and that little bike is to die for! You did an absolutely wonderful job and I am wishing you a very happy Spring! Thanks for hopping!

  16. Spring has arrived at your fabulous table!! I love all the greenery and texture in all the baskets and containers. The bike is adorable and just reminds me of what a pretty spring day can consist of! It is a pleasure to have you join us in the hop. Happy Spring🍀

  17. Hi Rita! Your DIY centerpiece in the galvanized container is perfect for Spring! I love that you found most of your materials “on the cheap”. You really nailed the Farmhouse look with your layered table linens. You have so many sweet little details on your table…my favorites are the adorable bike and the printable place cards. I’m so happy you joined us for this hop! Happy Spring 🙂

  18. Hi Rita! Your centerpiece looks wonderful, and I love how well coordinated everything is on your table! The place cards are a lovely touch, and you’ve done such a pretty job layering and mixing different patterns with your table linens. I’d love to join you at this table!

  19. Rita Joy! I am crushing on your centrepiece! It really sets the stage for your adorable spring tablescape, but I can imagine how lovely it would be on a fireplace mantel or coffee table as well! The little pots of “grass” with the addition of the place card is such a fun touch! That tiny bicycle is so sweet too! The entire table is definitely a breath of fresh spring air! So happy to have you join the blog hop today!

  20. What a sweet little tablescape to welcome springtime. Your diy centerpiece is simple as can be, yet really hints at a fresh green spring to be arriving soon. My favorite thing is those sweet little pots of grass you used to top each plate stack! Every spring I think about growing some grass to use as centerpieces, but I never get around to it. These faux grass pots are a nice option! Thanks so much for joining in our hop and sharing your talents! Happy Spring!

  21. Your table reminds us spring is coming with its cheerful colors and your wonderful DIY’s . I love all of your special touches and how beautifully it all comes together. Your potted name cards are one of my favorite things! So cute. Pinned, It’s a pleasure to hop with you. Hugs!

  22. Rita, your table brought such a smile to my face! I love the centerpiece, the layers of linens, and the beautiful printable placecards! Gorgeous! You are so talented and creative. I am so happy to be hopping with you. Pinned!

  23. Love your table AND printable… the yellow flowers are just perfect for spring-time placecards. I’m more than happy to be featuring you at Tuesday Turn About this week! Pinned!

  24. Rita, so many pretty details – blue and yellow dishes, stripe wrapped books, and darling bike
    With its basket. Thanks for all that good cheer today!

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