Swooning over this DIY Sunny Spring Tablescape by Katie Allan of Hosting With Katie, out of Springville, Utah!
Filled with the sweetest and simplistic details, this event is a top-notch spring event!
So mosey on in and take a peek and be sure to spot these specific elements:
- Gorgeous Spring Floral Arrangement
- Eclectic Geometric Designed salad plates Plates
- Chiffon Lavender Runner
- Cement Votives
- Light-colored Candlesticks
DIY Sunny Spring Tablescape
Katie’s tips to styling this event and tricks to style your own tablescape-
“Peach garden roses, wispy lavender chiffon, cement votives, eclectic geometric designed salad plates and a natural wood table.
This is a tablescape I had been dreaming about for months. Although the rich colors of fall and winter were scrumptious, I could hardly contain myself from buying every spring flower from Wright Floral Company.
How to create this look:
Find and draw on your plates. I found these plates from Walmart and the dollar store. I got a few extras in case I had any I didn’t like. Then, I tried all sorts of craft pens, including the kind where you bake it in the oven to make permanent, but the look I liked best came from a regular old Sharpie! After I drew on the salad plates, I decided to keep it simple and didn’t draw on the dinner plates. I got my designs from simplified pictures I saw on Pinterest of hand-drawn plates, cups and bowls. If you mess up – it’s art! Just keep going and it often turns out. If it doesn’t, thats why you get a few extra plates. (:
Make your cement votives. I used this tutorial to make my votives except instead of finding a filler that was the exact size as my tea lights, I just put the tea light directly into the cement and added some coins on top for weight.
Finish gathering supplies. I got my blush candlesticks from At Home. I got the blue vase from RC Willey. The lavender runner is chiffon from the Walmart fabric section. The flowers are from my trusty friends from Wright Flower Company.
Find a table you love, and assemble! I used my friend’s kitchen because it is filled with light and has the MOST beautiful table from Crate and Barrel.” – Katie Allan, Hosting With Katie