A pretty Nature Spring Tablescape And Centerpiece created with things I already owned! Love to put things together without spending money! This Spring tablescape is perfect for Easter, a Spring luncheon with friends or a bridal shower! Take the element I used and create your own nature inspired table setting!
Green apple colored martini glasses became the candle holders. I placed green leaves around the inside of the glasses, fill them with water and added a floating candle.
I had a floral stem of butterflies that I dismantled and added to this moss and twig cylinder. The base is made from decorative wall shelves I wasn’t using and found in the basement. I added some moss and small pebbles around the centerpiece and on the table. I also had these glass green bubbles that I scattered around as well.
The place setting is made up of several elements. The base is a piece of ceramic floor tile left over from when we built our house. To add a layer of color between the white plate and the tile I unfolded these pretty grass print napkins. They frame the plate beautifully. The purple salad plate adds contrast and a pop of color. I then place a single green leaf on top and used a small pebble as a place card.
A layering of textures and colors.
I created the tablescape by layering the items. I used decorative wall shelves as the base to this hollow twig and moss cylinder.
I found some unused ceramic floor tile in the basement and used them as “placemat”. Be sure to put a protective barrier between the tile and the table. The tiles are very rough on the bottom and may scratch the table.