Hey everyone! I have had some family visiting for the past 3 days, so I haven’t been posting recently. BUT, I am happy to be here today and show you How To Make a EASY Spring Tablescape.
Now I would like to show you how I used them with my Spring tablescape.
My first layer on my table is a hand crocheted table cloth. It is a cream color. It is ideal for this table because any shade of pastels or bright colors will lay nicely on this tablescape.
I decided to go with blue and yellow for this tablescape.
Want to know a secret? Shhh… I don’t spend a lot on my decorative dishes. I purchase them at my local dollar store.
Layering plates is a great way to incorporate depth and color.
After the plates are layered, it was time to add my Easy Peat Pot Place Cards.
I have some yellow gingham cloth napkins that my grandma made and they match perfectly.
For this tablescape I am using my nicer silverware. Not silver, but very nice. I made this simple, so there isn’t a salad fork, or dessert spoon.
For an easy and simple tablescape, the for is placed to the left of the plate. Your spoon and knife should always be on the right. With the knife blade facing the plate. Your glass should be at the top of the knife.
I really like to look of moss in any decor. So I placed some on the base of my vintage candlesticks.
White candles can be used all year long, for any holiday. Using bakers twine wrapped around white candles gives a touch of color and rexture, without buying different candles. Easy peasy.
I like the overhead view so you can see the details in the crocheted tablecloth, how colorful it is with blue and yellow. And, also how the table is set.
I hope you have learned How To Make a EASY Spring Tablescape for your own home. It doesn’t take a lot of money to make something nice and inviting for your family and/or guests.
Thanks for joining me today.
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