This romantic table decor is making me feel like I’m in a spring meadow right now.
Am I right?
And it was soooooo easy!
Tablescapes are a great way to make your home mimic the season or holiday you’re in. And truthfully, you can take just about anything and get creative to make a centerpiece! I shared the full tutorial in real time on Instagram, so make sure we’re friends over there!
Make your own romantic table decor by:
- Shopping your home
- Collecting vintage/pretty glasses and tableware
- Taking items and spray painting them the color your theme is. (I’ve even spray painted fake flowers before!)
- Thinking outside the box
- Using faux florals and garland
- Fake or real candles
Tables have been the center of lasting memories for hundreds of years. Gathering to share about your day with your favorite people is something so many of us look forward to. Use a tablescape to make those memories even better!
Assembling the table
Once all your supplies are gathered, start putting it together!
I rolled out white craft paper and taking a paintbrush, painted X’s and O’s across the paper in a sideways pattern. So easy and honestly I feel this just made the table extra special and personalized. Get creative and paint whatever you want on the table runner!
Once dried, take your greenery/garland and assemble in the center of the table. Full to make look extra full. I used two garlands for my table.
Once that’s complete, start weaving the florals you have into the garland. I love the look of ranunculus. It’s such a romantic flower. The blush pink and multiple layers of petals sings to my soul. I get my florals from Hobby Lobby and Michael’s when they have half off sales.
After the flowers are placed and the centerpiece looks full, add the candles and your personal finishing touches and then set the table.
So easy and sure to make your meal extra special!
Shop my table:
- Blush taper candle holders
- Taper Candles
- Eucalyptus garland
- White craft paper
- Pink glass goblet
- Plates from Hobby Lobby
If you recreate this, make sure to tag me over on Instagram! I’d love to see how you made yours!