Tablescapes, Spring Blooms in the Dining Room

I was planning to make Spring wreath for my front door,

but I found this one at HomeGoods for less

than what it would cost to make one

But before I hang it outside, I decided to enjoy it inside for a while

I took it into the dining room…

And proceeded to fill the room with blooms!

Mossy green ribbons with white roses hang down

over the table where blooms abound

Hydrangea plates and bowls that look like flowers

Is your garden growing as a result of April showers?

Pink and green napkins are held by a blooming napkin ring

So many flowers just make my heart sing!

While I was in the mood and playing one day,

I took down the ribbons and put them away

I added more blooms to the chandy

with blooms cut from a bouquet

and a pink garland that was handy

I filled a vase with real hydrangeas, alstromeria and roses

I had so much fun trying out different poses

Do you like this centerpiece with the full pink vase?

Or this one with the cake stand where you can see across to each place~

Is there anything prettier than a room full of blooms?

Juicy Details

melamine hydrangea plates, wreath/HomeGoods

flower napkin rings, faux flowers/Hobby Lobby

Parchment Check candlesticks/MacKenzie-Childs

Ribbons with flowers/made years ago for a wedding brunch

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31 Responses to “Tablescapes, Spring Blooms in the Dining Room”
  1. I LOVE LOVE that spring wreath, which is perfect both as a centerpiece for your dining table and for the front door.

  2. It’s very pretty, Jenna. When I see something like this, I wish my dining table was about six inches wider and four inches longer! It looks terrific and so springy!

  3. So pretty! I love using wreaths as centerpieces, and this is beyond lovely.

  4. Martha says:

    All so pretty! I think I like the one with the pink vase in the center best!

  5. The spring wreath is fabulous and versatile. I love your dining room filled with spring blooms, flowers make me happy. Wishing you a lovely Wednesday, Jenna!

  6. creationsbycindyphotography.blogspot.com says:

    I so very much love the bright colors and floral look. LOVE how you styled your chandi. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  7. Rhonda says:

    Hello Jenna!! LOVE the ribbons hanging with roses!!! That would be so pretty for a wedding shower or bunch as you had. My favorite is the cake plate with the flowers. It just elevates the whole theme to me. One of the prettiest tablescapes I’ve seen this Spring!! Have a great day!!

  8. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Jenna, both arrangements are beautiful. I don’t think that I could choose a favorite. Also, both chandelier looks are pretty, too. I can see why you purchased the wreath. It is gorgeous and so lush with flowers. I adore the hydrangea plates and bowls at each setting and pink and green is the perfect spring color combination. Wishing you a wonderful day!

  9. Sarah Anderson says:

    I like it all, Jenna! I sometimes hang things from our chandy, and am going to remember your idea of the long ribbons with a bloom. I also like the wreath of blooms on the shandy. I need to experiment with these ideas. Our chandy does not have curves, so not sure what might work.
    We don’t have much in bloom as yet because we are still waiting for plants and help to install. I need to refresh our terrace containers again, not that the bulbs have all bloomed out. My viola are not going to last much longer as the heat sets in. The geraniums are looking lovely! What is blooming in AL?
    Thanks for sharing your beautiful blooms. I’d love to dine at this flower infused setting.

    • Thanks so much Sarah! We are having a beautiful Spring in Alabama, azaleas, dogwood, wisteria, and I have dahlias, hibiscus and begonias in pots…such nice weather for blooms!

  10. Rosie M. says:

    Beautiful table, Jenna! Love all the flowers and your floral treatment of the chandy! I’m partial to the centerpiece with the cake plate, but it all puts a smile on my face and and your table just shouts, “HAPPY SPRING”! Bravo!!

  11. Cyndi Raines says:

    What a great wreath ! Both the vase and the wreath are lovely. Flowers are an instant pick-me-upper! Happy Spring! 🌹🌼⚘🌾

  12. Loving all your color, and you are correct. Making a wreath is only cost effective if you use stuff you already have…yikes flowers/plants have gotten expensive. A stem that was 4.99 in 2015 is 12.99 now. The sale discounts are the same…so it’s still over 100% raise. Hugs, Sandi

  13. Kim says:

    Oh this is so pretty Jenna – nothing like spring flowers to bring a smile. I love the green with the pink and the purple – so springy! Those hydrangea plates are adorable. Both of the centerpieces are lovely and it would be hard to pick a favorite. I had to pin the flowers in the chandy so I remember. Love it all really! Happy spring!

  14. So absolutely luscious! I could sit and stare at your centerpiece all day, lol! The ‘real’ and the faux flowers go well together. The best part of spring is the abundance of flowers, and where better than a table?

  15. Mary says:

    You can tell how much fun you had with your dining room of blooms Jenna! The ribbon streamers made me smile β™₯

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