Blue & White Spring Tablescape

March 29, 2017

It has been a full week this week on the blog. I shared my spring home tour this week and you can see that here as well as our latest coffee table build. I hope you’re not sick of me just yet! I’m thrilled to be sharing my spring tablescape with you all today. A few of my favorite blogging friends are also sharing their spring tables and you can check them out when you leave here!

Creating a table setting can be a big joy but for some it may also be a little overwhelming. I hope you leave my blog today feeling inspired and ready to entertain. I’m all about simple these days. With life so busy I want to make sure I leave plenty of time for the most important people in my life. A table setting doesn’t have to take up a lot of time to create or require a large budget.

I used items I already had for this table setting with the exception of the lovely, fresh cut hydrangeas. No spring table is complete without some beautiful blooms!

I love having brunch in our dining room. We share most of our meals as a family in the breakfast nook but sometimes it’s nice to switch it up and enjoy our sunny and bright dining room for a bit even if it is only three of us. 

I used my mom’s blue and white china for part of the place setting. My grandmother gave this china to my mom for her wedding and it’s always been one of my favorite things. I love items that are be passed down from generation to generation and still look great in your home. That’s when you know you have a classic!

Add some natural moss and an egg to the tea cup and you have a fun and simple look for Easter.

White and pale blue hydrangeas in an ironstone bowl add a touch of spring to the table and make the room feel welcoming.

Never take photos when you’re hungry friends! I repeat don’t photograph food when you’re hungry. It’s torture! My mouth was watering and my stomach was growling the whole time I was shooting these yummy cinnamon rolls. You better believe Charlie and I dove right in when I was done. Cinnamon rolls happen to be a favorite in our home, especially when they’re homemade!

I hope you all have a wonderful spring season and Easter Sunday! If you’re entertaining remember not to worry too much about the perfect table and focus more on those gathered around it. They’re what make it so special. If you’re like me and just enjoy the decorating aspect I hope I have inspired you to create and try something new this Easter. Have a wonderful rest of the week and don’t forget to hop on over to my buddies and check out their beautiful spring tables. There’s something for everyone!

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 Comments

  • Reply Ashley Broviak - Little Glass Jar March 29, 2017 at 7:51 am

    Amanda, this is stunning! I am in LOVE with those blue and white plates, and of course the brass candlesticks have my heart! So pretty, as always šŸ™‚

    • Reply Amanda March 29, 2017 at 8:20 am

      Thank you Ashley! I tell my mom all the time that I’m keeping her plates for good and she always shoots me a look like, yeah right! It’s funny actually when I was a lot younger I remember always hating the brass that was in my childhood home and now that I’m grown I love it. It’s funny how your styles evolve as you grow and you figure out your own tastes.

  • Reply Deb March 29, 2017 at 9:08 am

    So beautiful! I love those dishes, the first photo immediately took my breath away. Loving the blue and white combo!

    • Reply Amanda March 29, 2017 at 11:07 am

      Thank you šŸ™‚ The first photo is my favorite too. The dishes speak for themselves!

  • Reply Sarah | She Holds Dearly March 29, 2017 at 8:17 pm

    Amanda! I could just get lost in your blog, everything you touch becomes beautiful. I can see why you love those blue dishes and your sweet little teacup idea is a great substitute for those of us who lack authentic birds’ nests for Easter decor.

    • Reply Amanda March 31, 2017 at 8:46 am

      Sarah, your sweet words mean the world to me! What an amazing compliment coming from such a talented lady like yourself. I feel the same way about you! I’m so thrilled that we could do this spring table thing together. Have a wonderful weekend, my friend!

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