A simple way to get your home spring-ready is to put that table setting decor in rotation. Think about the serve ware, linens and centerpieces you own that are seasonally appropriate and pair well with fresh blooms. This is also a great opportunity to put together a wishlist of items you need to complete your tablescape. Spring means a lighter and brighter kind of gathering than its cozy winter counterpart, and your centerpiece should reflect that. Keep things light, airy and consider the available materials during this time of the year.
Here are 26 beautiful spring centerpiece ideas to brighten your home and welcome the season.
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Add Some Wicker
Wicker is the perfect texture to add to your springtime table. Whether you fill wicker vessels with flowers or simply allow them to make a statement on their own, you can't go wrong.Continue to 2 of 52 below.
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Try a Tray
Grab one of your favorite trays and use it to corral items for a cohesive display. In the event you need to make extra space on your table when it's time to eat, trays are easy enough to pick up and move, making them an ultra practical solution, too.Continue to 3 of 52 below.
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Bring on the Branches
A glass vase filled with tall branches looks nice and elegant on this table. Go forage in your own backyard for a budget-friendly decor solution, or pick up a few faux branches at the store and reuse them season after season.Continue to 4 of 52 below.
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Light it Up
Lighting candles always makes any dining table feel more elevated and luxe. Groups of three look best when styling; this candle trio shines—literally—without being overwhelming.Continue to 5 of 52 below.
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Make It Last
Dried florals are lovely due to their longevity—no need to purchase a new bouquet every week! If you choose to go this route, pick up blooms in a fun, seasonally appropriate color that will really pop—here, yellow makes a sunny statement.Continue to 6 of 52 below.
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If your style leans rustic, a white pottery vase will complement your decor perfectly. This tablescape is shabby chic and charming!Continue to 7 of 52 below.
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Elevate the Everyday
Elevate the everyday by placing salt and pepper in adorable shakers, bringing in some green touches, and displaying a table runner that brings you joy. This space nails all of the above!Continue to 8 of 52 below.
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Shop Your Backyard
Make a centerpiece that celebrates beautiful elements found within nature: Pinecones, branches, greenery, moss, and more. This simple yet classic arrangement will look stunning in a woven basket.Continue to 9 of 52 below.
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Say Yes to Moss
Here is another beautiful example of a natural centerpiece featuring florals and moss. Nothing says "spring" more than this type of setup, and it's so earthy and natural.Continue to 10 of 52 below.
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Fill a Dough Bowl
Dough bowls are a favorite when it comes to centerpiece setups, as they can be filled with anything and everything! This one looks lovely with candles and greenery, but you could also place pinecones, potpourri, or even candy inside, just to name a few other suggestions.Continue to 11 of 52 below.
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Commit to a Theme
Why not commit to a theme? This butterfly-filled table is so cheerful and sweet. Grab some butterfly plates, coasters, candles, straws, and napkins to get the party started.Continue to 12 of 52 below.
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Think Outside the Box
Geodes add an unexpected touch and some fun texture to this tablescape. Don't be afraid to think outside the box a bit when choosing centerpiece decorations; now is the time to be creative.Continue to 13 of 52 below.
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Look to Nature
Sweet spring sheep look right at home on this tablescape. If you have young ones at home, don't be afraid to get into the seasonal spirit with some sweet animal decor.Continue to 14 of 52 below.
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Break Out a Board
Use a wooden board to anchor your centerpiece and elevate it off the table a bit for some added flair. Simply shop your kitchen for a piece like this, you might be surprised how many of your functional pieces can do double duty.Continue to 15 of 52 below.
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Style Your Fruit
Have fun with colorful fruit! This setup is better for a large gathering rather than for day to day purposes, of course, but incorporating seasonal fruits into your decor (which guests can also enjoy as they dine) looks fancy and festive.Continue to 16 of 52 below.
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Squeeze the Day
Similarly, lemons and limes make for great centerpiece decor and are perfect to keep on hand if you plan on whipping up cocktails for guests. Or try a simple yet refreshing mocktail by filling a glass with sparkling water, some lemon and lime, and a dash of grenadine.Continue to 17 of 52 below.
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If you have an open floor plan, something like a a simple vase with tall branches can be appreciated from other rooms of your home. This arrangement is simple yet has excellent height.Continue to 18 of 52 below.
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Go Big With a Bowl
An oversized bowl can serve a number of purposes; this one looks nice and moody whether left empty or filled with branches. In the winter, you can fill it with pinecones, and in the fall, style it with little gourds.Continue to 19 of 52 below.
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Vintage French Bottles
Vintage French bottles are another vessel for a spring floral centerpiece with an air of romance. The gorgeous attention to detail in the bottles will be sure to make your arrangement stand out at the dinner table. Try sourcing vintage French bottles on Etsy.Continue to 20 of 52 below.
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Pay Homage to the Ocean
If your home is decorated in coastal style, say yes to seashells wherever you can! They look perfect as part of this ocean-inspired tablescape. Gather your own the next time you head to the beach—kids will enjoy taking part in this activity, too.Continue to 21 of 52 below.
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Use a Cloche
Use a glass cloche to draw attention to a special object. Cloches are a classic decor piece that will never go out of style and can house candles, trinkets, and more—they're so timeless and chic.Continue to 22 of 52 below.
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Branches and bunnies—name a better combo! This spring-like setup is just too adorable and will be appreciated by young and older members of the family alike.Continue to 23 of 52 below.
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Showcase That Silver
Break out the silver—it will elevate any tablescape and get the attention it deserves. No more keeping those special pieces behind cabinet doors for good, it's time to use those heirlooms!Continue to 24 of 52 below.
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Pick Up a Fun Planter
Fill a fun planter like this swan beauty with the blooms of your choosing—the more eclectic of a piece and the brighter the florals, the better.Continue to 25 of 52 below.
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Showcase Your Craftiness
Would you believe that these vases are actually made out of paper? Try your hand at a crafty centerpiece like this and wow your guests instantly.Continue to 26 of 52 below.
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Display a Collection
If you have a collection of vintage glassware, group some of your favorite pieces together for a collected look. Or head to the local thrift store or flea market and start your hunt today.Continue to 27 of 52 below.
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Make It Symmetrical
Use candles and a vase to create a symmetrical setup that can be appreciated from any angle. We love the idea of going for bright and bold candles rather than plain off-white ones to add a little extra pizzazz to the table.Continue to 28 of 52 below.
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DIY Flower Centerpiece
If you are planning a trip to the local farmer's market, make sure to pick a color palette appropriate for the season and ask what flowers are best for the time of year. Follow this DIY tutorial to create this masterful floral centerpiece for your spring table.Continue to 29 of 52 below.
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Play With Your Food
These cute clementines with faces make the sweetest centerpiece. Celebrate spring with the freshest fruit and the cutest arrangements. Add some celery and cucumber for a perfect palm tree addition to your table. Get creative, and see what other characters and scenes your fruits and veggies may inspire!Continue to 31 of 52 below.
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Hanging Oversized Herb Bundle
Sometimes the best centerpiece is not always on the table. Hanging a fragrant oversized bundle of herbs is a subtle but impactful way to update your spring setting.
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DIY Paper Flower Centerpiece
If paper plants aren't your thing, give paper flowers a try. They're equally as beautiful and longer lasting than their plant counterparts. A paper flower centerpiece will definitely last you all through the entire spring season.
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All the Flowers
Flowers on the table, flowers on the wall. Flowers really can be anywhere you prefer when it comes to spring centerpieces. This setup would take a hefty haul from the farmer's market but makes for a beautiful display. Send guests home with their own small bouquet from the centerpieces.Continue to 38 of 52 below.
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An Edible Topper Cake
A gathering does not always require a sit-down feast in the spring. Sometimes it just consists of small bites, tea, and cake. For a casual gathering, a decadent cake is a beautiful centerpiece idea. We especially love the idea of adding fruit or macaroons as edible cake toppers.Continue to 40 of 52 below.
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You surely have leftover tea tins around the house, and if not, you can always find pretty vintage tins at your local flea market. They come in all shapes, sizes and seem to be the perfect vessel for hydrangea, daisies and simple floral groupings. For an ideal centerpiece, lay out a group of tea tins at different heights in the middle of the table, or scatter throughout.Continue to 44 of 52 below.
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Painted Mason Jars
A row of marzipan colored mason jars filled with fresh spring flowers brings adds a rustic, shabby-chic touch to any gathering. This pretty little mason jar craft is quick and easy to do. Your next step is to choose your favorite spring buds to place in the jars, and you are all set.Continue to 45 of 52 below.
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Assortment of Bud Vases
A centerpiece easier than painted mason jar is an assortment of bud vases for your table. These delicate bud vases are petite, soft and romantic. If you are short on time this is a great option for setting a special mood without too much hassle.Continue to 46 of 52 below.
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For the DIY enthusiast who is looking for a centerpiece project, this color-blocked vase craft is perfect. Choose your color palette and watch your vase unfold. Tip: use neutral flowers with a bold, colorful vase. This way both your vessel and flowers will shine as the centerpiece.Continue to 47 of 52 below.
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Crepe Paper Table Runner
Often to celebrate spring you might prefer to gather effortless materials such as daisies and crepe paper. Try making your own crepe paper table runner and daisy combo for your graduation, baby shower or Easter dinner this spring.Continue to 48 of 52 below.
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DIY Floral Chandelier
If you are looking for something a little more colorful than a bundle of herbs hanging from your ceiling, try out this DIY hanging flower chandelier. Depending on the flowers you choose, you can create your own unique chandelier to match your surroundings. Remember, a centerpiece doesn't always have to be on the table.
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If you are working on a tight budget and need a gorgeous centerpiece to impress, turn to friendly ferns from your own garden to work their magic on your table. Green is lush, vibrant and has all the reminders of spring. Visit a local thrift store to coordinate a mix-and-match of beautiful vessels to house the fern leaves.Continue to 52 of 52 below.
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