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July 8, 2020

Spring Fling Tablescape Breakdown

Having a social event this spring? Our Spring Fling tablescape was inspired by lily pads and lotus flowers which incorporate some of our favorite spring elements.  This setup is ideal for weddings, brunches, and other special functions you want to have a light and bright look for. Recreate it using the products we’ve included here.


The base tablecloth is a 108 in. Round Polyester Tablecloth in Tea Green.  However, it only works in conjunction with our 110 in. Round Sheer White Roses Tablecloth.  Combining the bright polyester tablecloth with the sheer patterned one creates a layered 3-D effect.  Since the sheer tablecloth tones down the brightness of the green, we also used 20 in. Polyester Napkins in Tea Green.  Learn how to create a deli fold with our easy to follow YouTube video. You can find it here!

Matching the white flowers on the table, Satin Rosette Stretch Banquet Chair Covers in White sit at each place setting.


As we mentioned before, the inspiration for this Spring Fling table were water flowers like lilies and lotuses.  5 in. Crystal Lotus Votives in Pink were placed above the forks at each place setting. This created a frame of sorts for the centerpiece.  

If you pick off the flower heads from LinenTablecloth’s 6 ft. Silk Magnolia Garland Pink, you’ll get the main portion of flowers covering the base of our vase.  Around the magnolias, you’ll find the heads of white hydrangeas along with their leaves. Depending on how big your centerpieces is and seating per table, you can use the extra flowers for accents on your plates. Sitting on our chargers are heads from our Silk Retro Magnolia Sprays.

The final accessory you’ll see would be the tiny place cards attached to each wine glass. We got the free template from Pinterest is also a great tool to find a template that works with your style.  Use a simple paper puncher to get a hole in the left top hand corner. Replicate this look exactly with Shimmer Ribbon Lime.  Thread one end of the ribbon through the hole and slide the place card to the middle. Next, take the two ends and tie a bow around the stem of the glass. Trim off the access and you’re ready to go!  Pro tip: cut off twice as much ribbon as you think you’ll need. Those small bows take way more than you’d think you need.


The serveware is actually pretty basic, but thanks to all the accents on the table the simplicity works without making the table too busy.  13 in. Metallic Brushed Charger Plates in Silver were paired with 50 piece Hammered Silverware Set in Silver to complete our Spring Fling tablescape!

Let us see what you create! Message us pictures on Instagram.

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