Today, I am sharing a new Lavender and Gold Spring Tablescape for Mother’s Day. I am also showing you a dramatic centerpiece idea that can be re-used and re-purposed for Spring.
Unfortunately, I do not get to be with my mom for Mother’s Day but, at least, I will have one of my kiddos home. I do, however, have both of my cubs home for this week, and my brother is coming to visit this week also so all is good!
Based on the fact that we are still getting snow here (insert loud UGH!!), there is a steadfast rule here in Colorado that it is best not to do any plantings until after Mother’s Day. Hence the inspiration for this spring tablescape.
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Details of our Lavender and Gold Spring Tablescape
Once I decided I was going to use lavender on this table, I went on the search for some lavender placemats. I purchased mine at HomeGoods but I have linked some similar options below.
Originally, I had planned to feature just lavender and white. However, once I decided to use my new Lenox Opal Innocence Flourish Accent Plates, I felt like a few touches of gold would be fitting to tie in with the gold accents on the plates.
I love how the gold chargers gave just a little gold frame around the dinner plates!
When celebrating the mothers in your life, I really think the table should feel feminine and a bit more formal. Using gold accents can add to the formality of a table setting. Bring out your best china…they deserve it, don’t you think?!
Lavender is, by far, my favorite floral scent. It is strong and so aromatic. It also has so many relaxing qualities. Topping off the napkins was a great way to incorporate it. Our dining room smells divine!
For the flowers, I went on a hunt for purple or lavender-colored flowers. I decided to look for potted pansies because they are so prevalent this time of the year. PLUS, I am a Tri-Delt, so I just adore using pansies! If you know, you know…
I was sooo lucky to find these potted pansies at our local Lowe’s. They actually had different sizes (and colors) so you could really mix things up if you wanted to create a different color palette.
It would be very expensive to create this kind of drama with the flowers if I made custom arrangements to this scale. This is a great reason why to consider creating a centerpiece this way!
This type of table setting could be used through spring and summer. And, once you break down the table, your potted plants can be used outdoors for the rest of the season. BONUS!
For the glassware on this Lavender and Gold Spring Tablescape, I am featuring my new Denby Pottery Amethyst Tumblers. I am so in love with the weight and quality of these tumblers.
This will, most assuredly, not be the last time you will see them on one of my tables!!
To see a few more spring tablescape ideas, click on the links below…
Hopefully, you enjoyed seeing the details of our Lavender and Gold Spring Tablescape for Mother’s Day. I know these are still pretty weird times, but I hope that you will be able to celebrate Mother’s Day with your loved ones this year. I am very blessed to have a mother that cares deeply for her children and our families and has been an inspiration to so many, especially her kids.
“Her children rise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her: ‘Many women have done excellently, but you surpass them all.’” – Proverbs 31:28-31
Have a wonderful Mother’s Day!