Spring and warm weather have arrived and we are ready to celebrate! We put together our favorite bright spring tablescapes perfect for Easter, bridal showers, baby showers, Mother’s Day, birthdays, and more – but who needs a reason to celebrate! Elevate your tablescape by using our inspiration and color palettes designed to help guide you through the design process. Now more than ever, we want to shower our family and friends with love and comfort – thoughtfully designed table settings can do just that.
Most Spring gatherings are celebrated in your home, like Easter, Mother’s Day, The Derby, and bridal or baby showers. You may already have certain table-setting pieces that are either special to you or will work perfectly for your party. We can help by adding pops of color in the napkin or table linens or by adding specialty glassware, china, or flatware. Perhaps you don’t have enough pieces to create a matching or cohesive tablescape, renting your entire table setting will enhance your design and create that wow that your guests will remember.
One more thing we love, renting the china, flatware, glassware, and napkins eliminates most cleaning after the event because you can simply rinse and stack our products so you can enjoy the party!
Our Event Specialists boast 10+ years in the event industry and are here to help guide you through the design and rental process. Give us a call or schedule an appointment to get started!
Let’s chat today 📞 : 317.251.7368
We’re loving the bright florals with neutral linens on this table. The subtleness of the ivory poly table cloth with the camel satin napkin makes this table an instant classic. The Easter napkin ring is the perfect detail to create a classy Easter table for your family and friends. By using silver metals in the flatware and charger rim, the florals draw your eye with just a hint of texture from the Sahara runner. Bright, subdued class, and GORGEOUS!
Color Palette: Ivory // Lilac // Coral // Orange // Silver Accents
Featured Rentals: Ivory Poly Linen | Ivory Sahara Runner | Camel Satin Napkin
Silver Apollo Charger | Elexa Flatware | City Coupe | Ribbed Votive Cup with Gold Rim
Photography @lillianrose_photography | Floral @wovenblooms | Venue @ritzcharles
Citrus Inspired Tablescape
The bright yellow and pink hues juxtaposed with the natural wood and ornate charger make this table
everything. A bright runner was a great choice to break up the wood on the table while grounding the
long greenery down the center of the table. Tall candlesticks give the table height and dimension.
The knotted napkin fold is more modern (right) while the classic fold (left) is clean and sleek.
Color Palette: Canary yellow // Flamingo pink // White // Gold
Featured Rentals: White Chiavari Chair | Flamingo Poly Napkin | Majestic Gold Charger
Classic White China | Crown Gold Flatware | Water Goblet | Pink Stem Glassware
Photography @courtneycarneyphoto | Planner @lisa_norris_events
Floral @custombloomsindy | Calligraphy @theletteringgrove
Something Blue Tablescape
The white and blue color palette mixed with green florals creates a sophisticated and elegant look.
By simply changing the florals on this table the look will change dramatically. Large balloon installations are still trending for all types of events.
Color Palette: Shades of blues // White // Greenery
Featured Rentals: Light Blue Satin Linen | Classic White China | Elexa Flatware | City Coupe
Photography @saraaphotography | Planning @boldlychicevents | Venue @sahmsatprairieview
Balloons @banziballoons | calligraphy @paintedletterco | Stationary @interprintations | Floral @rkflorals
Monochromatic is ubiquitous to design and never goes out of style.
Tara Nicole Weddings, the designer of this table, enhanced the monochromatic look by adding full florals
with pops of color and texture along with long-stemmed greens for added depth.
What says Spring more than a bright sunshine table!
Color Palette: Yellows // Hint of orange
Featured Rentals: Sunshine Velvet Linen | Citron Satin Napkins | White Chiavari Chairs
Clear Glass China | Elexa Flatware | Stemless Wine Glass | Pink Stem Glassware
Design @taranicoleweddings | Floral @isibealstudio | Photography @ashleywittmerphotography
It’s not every day we have a need to design a tennis-themed table but, the designer, Setting the Mood,
shows us how to think outside the box when designing themed events.
Using simple greenery as florals with an eclectic mix of milky white vases is an easy DIY
centerpiece then focus on creative ideas, like the small tennis racket as a charger – pure genious!
Color Palette: Kelly green // Turquoise // Yellow
Featured Rentals: Turquoise Polyester + Kelly Bengaline Moire Linen
White Padded Resin Chairs | Classic White China | Prim Flatware | Water Goblet
Design @settingthemood | Photography @alisonmaephotography
Derby Inspired Tablescape
Mint julep, anyone? This Derby inspired table makes us feel like we are at the grandstand betting on our
favorite horse, which was the hope of designer and planner, Blush and Blossom Events.
The Natural Panama napkin was the perfect choice to pair with a bright striped linen for Spring!
Now, all we need is the perfect hat 👒
Color Palette: Aqua // White // Citrus hues
Natural Wood Stained Chairs | Aqua Cabana Stripe Linen | Natural Panama Napkins
White Square China | Elexa Flatware | Highball Glass | Old Fashioned Glass | White Pipe & Drape
Design @blushandblossomevents | Photography @chloeluka | Menus @athenastreetcreative
Paper Floral @indianapapercompany | Cookies @vanillabeanbakery
In Bloom Tablescape
This table screams Spring and we are here for it! The Loden Velvet is jawdropping gorgeous
paired with peaches, pinks, and gold accents. Mixed votives with tall candlesticks give the table character and dimension. Vineyard crossbacks are a favorite right now, but gold chiavari chairs would look amazing too and create a more classic style if that’s your thing. Let’s just sum up this table with – it has ALL the things…
Velvet, Tall Candlesticks, Gold Accents, Greenery Runner, Sleek Flatware, and Delicate Stationery.
Color Palette: Teal // Peach // Pink
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