Easy Spring Table Setting Ideas

Use these easy spring table setting ideas for small family gatherings, Easter dinner, or anytime you want to add a special touch to your table!

pretty spring tablescape with tulips centerpiece

Hello…and I hope this finds you all well.

With everything that’s going on in the country right now, you might be wondering why we are sharing a tablescape tour. There are actually two reasons. The first is that we want to provide all of our readers with simple living ideas that will help make these uncertain days a little easier to get through. The second reason is that the simple act of setting a table is not only familiar, it’s very comforting. When I was readying our table and taking these pictures, I was able to forget, for just a little while, what was weighing so heavily on my mind. 

spring table setting ideas in dining room

Our hope is that we can provide you with a break from the news channels, and some easy ideas that you can use in your own home. For those of us sheltering in place, we certainly have the time to set a pretty table…and for those of us in the necessary work force, pin this for later…and we will keep you in our hearts and prayers.

tulips in ironstone pitcher in dining room

When it comes to tablescapes, just like everything else in life, I believe that simple is best. For this one, I combined neutral and blue accessories, and made sure to add some natural textures. The stars of the show are the blue gingham plates, which happen to be melamine, and very budget-friendly. spring table setting in traditional dining room

spring tablescape muffins on cake plate

small mod podge terra cotta pot with eggs

I was happy that I could use the mod podge terra cotta pots in a different way, and not just for plants. They would make very cute favors if you don’t mind giving them away! I simply filled the pots with kraft filler, and topped the filler with faux eggs. 

spring table setting wicker placemat

I’ve mentioned many times before that when I want something that’s a little pricey, or not a necessity of life, I put it on my Christmas list. That’s how I got this beautiful new flatware. My daughter wrangled the rest of my family together, and they got me an entire set. I am totally in love with it!

spring table setting gingham plate

This tablescape is a mixture of family heirlooms, Amazon finds, discount store plates, vintage pieces, and a craft project. By sticking to a simple color palette, and adding texture, it all came together in the end!

birds nest with blue eggs

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Today is the last installment of a 5-part series that is featuring different bloggers sharing various spring decor ideas. Please be sure to visit all the spring tablescapes below!

Here is the rest of this lovely series:

Part 1: Spring Mantels & Vignettes
Part 2: Spring Printables
Part 3: 3-Step DIY Spring Wreath
Part 4: Easy and Refreshing Spring Decor Ideas

Spring series tablescapes

Designthusiasm | Shabbyfufu | On Sutton Place

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Spring series tablescape 03

Sanctuary Home Decor | StoneGable | Home Stories A to Z

Spring series tablescape 04

Craftberry Bush | My 100 Year Old Home

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  1. Heddy Racinowski says:

    Ann…do you have a link for the paper napkins you used on the clay pots?
    Thank you.

  2. How beautiful your website is! I am so glad I found you. A nice place to come to escape the daily headlines that surround us all during this pandemic. Thank you for your gift.

  3. Paula Afonso says:

    You really know how to make our days brighter in these troubled times! Thank you so much. In Europe, I’m witnessing the overwhelming devastation being caused by the coronavirus. This is worse than you could ever imagine! Please stay safe, stay at home and take care of your loved ones.

  4. Such a beautiful table. Thank you for todays post. I love reading your blog…truly one of my favorite.

  5. Your Mod Podge pots atop gingham plates are just the sweetest, happiest sight. Thank you for generously sharing your creativity with us.

  6. Mary L Scanlon says:

    Thank you so much for being a calm, comforting shelter from a kind of storm we’ve never seen before. I love to look at your site. God bless you.

  7. Hi Ann. I love to look at your posts though I confess I never do get around to trying out your ideas! I just wanted to thank you. Could I just point out that this situation is going on in our world not just our country. We really need to stop thinking of ourselves as part of one group as opposed to another group. We are all on this planet together and if nothing else I hope this virus helps us understand that. The color of our skin, the language we speak, the religion we practice (or don’t practice), the size of our home, the size of our bank account are not going to matter one bit when we are laying on our backs gasping for air. God bless us all. And let us come together!

  8. I couldn’t agree more Ann! This is so simple and yet so pretty – and I adore those little Mod Podge pots!!

    Happy spring to you!


  9. Charlene Johnson-Boyd says:

    You bring JOY with your posts. I love the tablescapes. Please don’t stop.
    I was admiring your flatware when you mentioned how you got it. Beautiful pattern.
    Thank you for all you do!

  10. Thank you so much for bringing some Spring joy to my day. Loving your e-mails (from Lockdown in Germany)

  11. So beautiful and inspiring! Right now my dining room table is covered with a 2000 piece puzzle and my dinette table is filled with scrapbooking supplies! Fun but not pretty!! Thanks for keeping life normal and sharing your beautiful ideas!!

  12. This is one of my favorites.
    There is something calming about blue and white! Gorgeous!

  13. Your table is beautiful and cheerful.I love the gingham plates and of course the tulips.Thanks for sharing something so pretty today !

  14. Just beautiful! I think everyone feels the need to explain why they are posting beautiful things. Your posts brings joy to many people. Bloggers spend many hours working and sharing trying to make our lives better. I thank you for that. Please keep doing what you are doing. Please know that we appreciate all of you wonder bloggers, without you our lives would be pretty dull.

  15. Sonya Wright says:

    Very cute and springy!! Thank you for sharing, Ann. We have much to be thankful for, and I so appreciate your cheerful posts in my inbox and your beautiful printables!