You may have noticed a trend in the past year with floral design: looser, more airy and overgrown, wild arrangements. Different varieties of flowers and sprigs of greenery, in a haphazard, almost random display – some tall, some short, some wide – is gaining popularity in centerpieces. I personally love this look and used the help of a local professional florist to create this beauty of arrangement for my spring table decor.
Another trend I utilized on this table was mismatched dinnerware with gray dinner plates and pink salad plates. They both are considered neutral colors and would play out well in many place settings throughout the year, not just spring.
Shop the tabletop here:
Recreate the floral arrangement with faux flowers:
If you’ve followed me for a while, you know that I really love using shades of pink for my tablescapes. To see more ways that I have incorporated them into my parties, check out these posts:
Blush and Eggplant Table Setting
Moroccan Picnic: Party on the Lawn
Mary from Life at Bella Terra says
Lory, I love the overhead shot of your table! Any blush pink glass I love as I collect antique and vintage ones. Beautiful inspiration for Spring!
Donna Mullen says
I find this setting for spring absolutely beautiful. It felt warm, soft and engaging.
The colors were very calming to me. I love to have to host. Great ideas from a
very talented and wonderful woman.