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Spring Tablescape

Spring Tablescape

 
I love when the seasons change but the transition to spring has to be my all-time favorite. There is something about fresh flowers and the feeling of warm weather that is so uplifting. To celebrate, I wanted to create a new spring tablescape that wouldn’t break the bank. So I thought, what would be cost-effective, edible and also felt like spring? Citrus!
 

Preparation

To create my budget-friendly spring tablescape, I ordered a bunch of fresh lemons, citrus and, flowers from Peapod. I think I spent a total of $15 on these things!

Here’s how I built the tablescape:
 

Directions

1. Since my plates and napkins are black and white, I decided to stick with yellow as my pop of color.
2. I ordered a bundle of simple yellow tulips for the centerpiece, which looks super chic when you only put one flower in each mini vase. You can also do this with mason jars or small vases lined up on the table.
3. I then put down greenery on the table and placed the citrus over top of it.
4. Instead of fancy name cards, I used lemons!
5. I think it’s fun to stick with the citrus theme and serve citrus inspired drinks and dishes.
6. We had mimosas with fresh-squeezed tangerine juice, blueberry-lemon muffins, and fresh grapefruit sprinkled with sugar.
7. To stick with the simple theme, make an egg casserole in advance and just pop it in the oven when your guests arrive. It’s easy to make, super filling and your guests will love it!
 

Notes

So before you invite your friends over for your next weekend brunch, start by sprucing up your table setting. Refresh your table with crisp linens, fresh blooms and citrus inspired centerpieces!
 
Design by Sarah Phillips of