Today, I’m sharing a simple spring table setting that may be one of my favorites I’ve put together recently. I stopped into Trader Joes this morning to pick up some flowers, and ended up choosing a color palette that is a little out of character for me. However, I couldn’t resist this sunny hue!
Growing up, yellow was my favorite color of all… it was only about a decade ago that blue took the place of yellow as my go-to color! Yellow is such a cheerful color, evoking thoughts of sunshine and warmth, so it’s a no brainer to add to a spring table.
I put this table together on a whim, and am so happy with how everything came together! I used these bamboo placemats I purchased last summer from Kim Seybert. They come in four colors, including a beautiful navy version, and I remain so impressed with the quality!
I used pale yellow roses, white hydrangeas, miniature carnations, and chamomile flowers for this pretty arrangement! I love how it turned out.
The monogrammed napkins are from Charleston Cotton and were used for the place settings at our wedding. They were a last minute purchase at the time, and it makes me happy to pull these out from time to time!
The white plates have the prettiest pearl detail around the rim, and were a wedding gift from my mom. This entire dinnerware collection is so versatile and I’m thrilled to have be able to use these for so many occasions in the future.
Spring Tablescape Sources:
Placemats: Kim Seybert
Plates: Crate & Barrel
Monogrammed Napkins: Charleston Cotton
Glassware: Elizabeth Stuart
Flowers: Trader Joes