Well, there’s definitely spring fever in BlogTown because this is my third post this week all about spring decor and/or entertaining! I know it’s unusual for me to have this many posts in a week, but when friends ask you to share a pretty table, you have to oblige, right? Earlier in the week I shared a spring table in shades of blue, and today I’m joining my friend Bre at Rooms for Rent along with some other fabulously talented bloggers for her spring tablescape hop! (Be sure to scroll to the bottom to see all the tables being shared!)
For this romantic spring table, I was inspired by the flowers I used in my mantel that I shared on Wednesday. If you saw that post, you know that I utilized one grocery store bouquet to create a pretty floral mantel display. Well, one of the flowers in that bunch was purple stock. And it was just so pretty, I decided to do a whole table with that as my starting point!
After making another trip to Trader Joe’s for a lot more purple stock, I added it to one of my chippy vintage urns. I also added some small white flowers as well as some eucalyptus to round out the arrangement.
Then on either side of the larger urn I added two smaller vintage urns filled with white stock. The chippy urns really create that romantic feeling I was going for.
The adorable salad plates are new – I couldn’t resist! They are the first spring plate I’ve added to my collection in a long time and I’m in love. The paisley pattern is very subtle and depending on what you put it with, it can look blue, gray or purple. They are such a soft color and I think they will be super versatile!
Two different runners, both in linen, add some additional texture to the table.
I love to layer plates and chargers as I think it adds a lot of interest to the table. Here I have a willow charger on the bottom, with a white ceramic charger over that. The purple napkin really bridges the flowers to the plates. And it makes the plates look even more purple!
I’m sure you noticed that I set the table in our breakfast area – another thing I don’t normally do! But I don’t want you guys to get bored, haha! Actually, I just really wanted to use a bare table with no tablecloth and this table is such a better color than the one in my dining room so I decided to set the table in here. The perfect place for a spring lunch or Easter brunch!
I hope you liked this romantic spring table as much as I loved putting it together! And I hope it’s helpful for you in planning some of your own Easter or spring table settings!
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Be sure to stop by some of the über-talented women also sharing their gorgeous tables below!