Obsessed! That is the word I can think of when I think of this Spring! The weather, the flowers, Spring cleaning, Easter… it is just an amazing time of year. What better way to remind you of the season than by decorating your home to give it that fresh Spring cheer! Normally, we decorate our dining room table for only two main holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas. This year, since I am in such a Spring season mood, I decided to put together a Spring table-scape with my Mom. Since this is our first year putting together a Spring table-scape, we sort of had to start from scratch. So we started with the theme of tea pots and built the table around that. We found the tea pots at one of my favorite stores, Home Goods and the wooden centerpiece at Ross. We decided to fill the centerpiece with the paper grass, which you can pick up at really any store during the Spring season; check your local Dollar Store first, if you can’t find it there you will never fail at Target!
We then complemented the centerpiece with chocolate eggs we found at Costco as well as some fresh rose clippings, which we recommend adding right before you have your Guests over for dinner.
While we were at Home Goods we were also able to find the gold-dotted plates (which will also be great for New Years) as well as the floral placemats and gold-dotted cups.
We also went to another favorite store of mine, Michael’s, and were able to find these two adorable boy and girl bunnies to add to the table, which became my favorite part of the table. Additionally we found the egg plates, where we placed our chocolate eggs we found at Costco on. You can cross-utilize these plates if you make deviled eggs for your Easter dinner.
At Hobby Lobby, we found the white chargers, which can be used for many other table-scapes. Lastly, we found these pastel colored plates at Pier 1, which I thought would also be great for a gender-reveal party as a secondary option.
Overall, we are so happy with how our Spring table turned out and look forward to enjoying it on Easter for our family dinner!
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