Simple Spring Tablescape (Green & White)

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Hey Friends!

I don’t know if you’ve noticed or not, but there have been some beautiful Spring/Easter tablescapes popping up all over blogland this last week or so. I’ve been so inspired by them, that I wanted to put together a little tablescape of my own.

Something else you may or may not have noticed….I’m kinda obsessed with GREEN right now. First, it was my Split Pea Wreath, then, my Spring Mantel. I think the obsession has to do with the fact that I’m so desperate for things to green up outside! I don’t know about you all, but I’m a little sick of all the brown stuff I see out my window.

I couldn’t help but let the obsession continue…..
Green & White Tablescape
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I tried to decorate with things I had on hand. Some pretty fabric, a few boxwood stems (off my bushes outside) & a simple monogram egg make a picture perfect table setting, wouldn’t you agree? You don’t have to spend a lot of money to create something beautiful.
Green & White Tablescape
Add inexpensive white tulips from the grocery store & a simple spring tablescape is born :)
Green & White Tablescape
Green & White Tablescape
You can catch a glimpse of my Spring Mantel in the background. Everything ties together perfectly.
Green & White Tablescape
It makes my Type A personality very, very happy.
I grabbed some burlap from my stash & added these placemats that I’ve used before HERE and  HERE.  I love the texture they add to the tablescape.
Green & White Tablescape

Almost as much as these tulips. I don’t think there is a flower that I love more….

Green & White Tablescape

You can see my Split Pea Wreath hanging in the background here….

Green & White Tablescape

Now all I need are some dinner guests…..

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Who wants to come over?!

If you are wondering how I created the monogram eggs. I just bought some brown eggs at the grocery store and hard boiled them. Then, I just used a stencil & a fine tipped sharpie in black to add the monogram. Kinda sweet, huh?

Have you been decorating?! 

What color seems to be making its way into your Spring decor?

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  1. This is the most beautiful Easter decorating idea I have ever seen…seriously! We do not have kids, so sometimes I find it hard to get in the mood to decorate for all of the holidays. This I would totally do! So simple….seriously, I love it!!!!!

  2. Oh, boxwood looks great here! Never thought about it until today… Now I will definitely us it somewhere! (If I find some here around, as I don’t have an own garden!)
    And I have a lot of white tulips at my home as well right now. They look so like spring while outside’s still snow…! :(

    Love, Midsommarflicka

  3. Ummm, dinner guest? Pick me pick me! LOL! It looks so good Tonya! You have such a beautiful way of making anything look fabulous.

  4. This is so darn cute! Lovin’ those monogrammed eggs!

  5. I love it all! What a great theme; simple is so beautiful. I’m inspired to follow the same kind of theme in my home for Easter this year. Thank you for sharing!

  6. The photos of your table are just beautiful! Love the stamped monogrammed eggs.

  7. I wanna come have brunch with you! Lisa~

  8. Anonymous says:

    Wow Tonya you nailed it again! Your table is beautiful love how you made things mix so well! Now that table display needs t be in a magazine.
    Nancy

  9. It’s really pretty, Tonya! I would love to be a dinner guest at your home! Pinning this and your mantel. :)

  10. Your table is beautiful, I love the brown egg stencil and the white tulips. Cheers!
    Lori In Atlanta

  11. I love the beauty of these natural elements. So elegant. I pinned it!

    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!
    Wildly Original linky party is open

  12. Gorgeous! Love the blush pink of the eggs against the boxwood. Absolutely perfect.

  13. Gorgeous! Love the blush pink of the eggs against the boxwood. Absolutely perfect.

  14. adorabale! I love this :) It’s so pretty!

  15. This is a perfect idea! Easy and chic! : )

    Lovely Idea

  16. Tonya this is so pretty! I love the stamped eggs!

    Ginger
    http://www.literallyinspired.com

  17. Absolutely love the simplicity of this table! It’s stunning!!

    Fotini

  18. So simple & pretty! I love how fresh it looks…and those stamped eggs are SO great!!

  19. This is so lovely, Tonya. The greenery is so refreshing. Thanks for sharing!

  20. Just so, so beautiful & elegant … i’m loving greens too, so this strikes me as perfection!
    Keep up the good work girl! ♥

  21. Beautiful tablescape. And I’m right there with you in craving green over brown right now. :)

  22. Oh what a great tablescape, simple and beautiful, I like your style!

  23. Gorgeous table! I love the brown and pink!

  24. So lovely and simple-
    i just love the subtle tones and the monogrammed eggs are perfect!

  25. elegance is found in the beautiful simplicity of this spring table. xo P.S. I hope you will share this at my hop on Thursday

  26. How beautiful!!!! So simple and elegant, beautiful tablescape!

  27. Oh, do I love this table!
    When shall we arrive?

  28. Good morning! I just wanted to let you know I’ve featured this tablescape on my blog today :) Have a great weekend!

    http://glamorousbride.blogspot.com/2013/03/fab-pins-of-week_22.html

    Fotini

  29. I have a question about the monogram eggs… you said you used brown eggs from the grocery store and stenciled them. But the eggs in the picture are pink? Aren’t they? Can you give more details on how to makes these eggs? Thanks.

  30. I just love this tablescape. The soft pastel colors are beautiful together. I featured this tablescape in my Feature Friday blog post today for 15 Easter Tablescape and Decoration Ideas. Here is the link, I hope you can stop by and visit! http://returntothetable.net/tablescapes/15-easter-tablescape-and-decoration-ideas/

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