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:
- 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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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Add in extra pops of Spring themed decor and greenery
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:
- A Sweet and Simple Farmhouse Tablesetting
- 4 Quick and Simple Spring Table Decor Ideas
- 25 Spring Decor Ideas for Your Home
- 5 Simple & Affordable Ways to Refresh Your Home for Spring
- How to Make Spring Throw Pillows using Free Printables
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
My Family Thyme
Red Cottage Chronicles
The Painted Apron
From My Carolina Home
Home and Gardening with Liz
Create With Cynthia
Bluesky at Home
Living With Thanksgiving
My Thrift Store Addiction
The Little Yellow Corner Store
Belle Blue Interiors
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Life and Linda
First Day of Home
White Arrows Home
Calypso in the Country
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