Are you looking for spring holiday decorating ideas for the table? Learn how to decorate a table for spring in 5 easy steps.

I love a pretty table, don’t you?

To me a well-dressed table makes a home and gathering feel more cozy, welcoming, and inviting.

I just finished decorating my home for spring, and love how my spring table turned out.

Wait until you see how pretty it looks for our supper club!

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About Supper Club

Each month my friends and I from all over the country get together for a virtual supper club. Have you ever done a supper club before?

For this month’s virtual dinner group, my friends and I are celebrating the early spring holidays with a gorgeous tablescape for brunch.

If you are stopping by from Rachel’s at The Ponds Farmhouse, welcome! She has a gorgeous vintage farmhouse home and I love how beautifully creative she is!

Oh, and you can check out our spring holiday brunch menu HERE.

How to Decorate a Table for Spring with faux magnolia flowers, magnolia dinnerware, rattan charger and greenery placemat in farmhouse dining room

How to Decorate a Table for Spring

I love entertaining and dressing up the dining room table for guests.

No matter how big or small the event is, it’s fun designing a beautiful centerpiece and setting up a gorgeous table that coordinates with it.

Depending on your decorating style and type of event, consider whether it is a formal or casual event.

Spring table decor idea with faux magnolia flowers, vintage tool box, cedar branch placemats and magnolia dinnerware

Step 1 – Choose a Party Theme

Since our supper club is a brunch, I’m setting a casual table with lots of pretty flowers.

Cause for me, it’s all about the flowers.

And I’ve got these gorgeous faux magnolias that make it simple to design a centerpiece, so they are the inspiration for this month’s supper club theme.

Not to mention, I also have this pretty magnolia dinnerware too.

Step 2 – Cover or Uncover the Table

Do you prefer a table that is covered with a tablecloth or an exposed table?

Because I love my farmhouse table, I rarely cover it and use table runners instead to add cozy layers, texture, and dimension.

So for this casual table decor idea, I used my pretty jute table runner.

How to Decorate a Table for Spring with faux magnolia flowers, magnolia dinnerware, rattan charger and greenery placemat in farmhouse dining room
How to Decorate a Table For Spring

Step 3 – Start with a Centerpiece Idea for the Dining Table

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know how much I love to make centerpieces. Because every gorgeous table starts with a centerpiece!

They can be designed with live or faux plants. If you want a centerpiece that will last for a season without the care, I suggest going with faux.

There are some amazingly realistic-looking faux plants out there. Plus there are ways to make your faux flowers look more real.

And if you want to decorate with faux, start collecting seasonal faux greens and flowers using these tips.

How to Decorate a Table for Spring with faux magnolia flowers, magnolia dinnerware, rattan charger and greenery placemat in farmhouse dining room with wood table and chairs

When making a centerpiece, start with a vessel that inspires you. Me, I am obsessed with my vintage toolbox. It looks incredible on my farmhouse dining table and I love the vintage rustic vibe.

Since I am a huge fan of flowers and have these gorgeous faux magnolias, I am decorating my table with a magnolia flower theme for this brunch.

So I stuffed my vintage toolbox with gorgeous faux greens together with beautiful magnolia flowers, branches, and foliage.

When styling a centerpiece with plants and flowers, I always keep the thriller, filler, and spiller method of design. If you aren’t sure what that means, here are some tips for container design.

How to Decorate a Table for Spring with faux magnolia flowers, magnolia dinnerware, rattan charger and greenery placemat in farmhouse dining room

Step 4 – Choose Your Dinnerware and Table Decor

For most of my tablescapes, I typically use either my everyday dinnerware or my Lenox.

But for this table, I’m using this gorgeous magnolia dinnerware.

Isn’t it so pretty? I love how the dishes coordinate with one another.

When setting the table, focus on layers. Start with a pretty placemat or charger, then layer the dinnerware.

Since these dishes are a little busy, I did not add any additional decor to the place settings. However, if my dishes had a little less going on, I’d top them off with a decorative item as I did HERE.

close up of faux magnolia flowers as part of spring table decorations

Step 5 – Add Glassware, Table Linens, and Utensils

To finish off the table, consider the glassware. When I set a casual table like this one, I love to use ball jar glasses.

But I’ve also used my crystal stemware with a casual table to make it feel more elegant like THIS spring table decor idea.

And finally, add some pretty napkin linens and utensils so guests can enjoy the meal.

How to Decorate a Table for Spring with faux magnolia flowers, magnolia dinnerware, rattan charger and greenery placemat in farmhouse dining room. featuring a vintage toolbox centerpiece for the dining table filled with magnolia flowers

Next up on the Spring Table Decor Tour are my good friends Anne and AnnMarie from Simply 2 Moms. They have such beautiful homes and I know you’ll love them as much as I do!

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Follow the Rest of the Spring Table Decor Tour

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Anne and AnnMarie from Simply 2 Moms

Jen from Midwest Life and Style

Michele from Vintage Home Designs

Rachel from The Ponds Farmhouse

More About Setting a Spring Table

Do you have a particular way you enjoy setting a table? I would love to know more in the comments below.

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Looking for More Supper Club Ideas?

Our supper club has been so much fun and we’ve covered so much over the last year.

Whether you are in a supper club or just want some dinner party theme inspiration, check out the themes we’ve hosted before.

And click here if you want to learn how to organize and host your own supper club. They are so fun to do and provide a great reason to gather regularly with family and friends.

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  4. I love having the table always looking ready for a special event, instead of being left empty and just putting mail on it…

  5. Your table is beautiful Stacy! The arrangement in the vintage tool box looks amazing and the dishes are so pretty and coordinate so well.

  6. This is beautiful and so inviting. Did you purchase the napkin/ utensil set or did you make that ? I really would like to have something like that at my table.

    1. Thank you so much! The napkins are from the Christmas Tree Shops and the utensil holder is from Cutlery Couture! xoxo

  7. Hi Stacy, your table is stunning, all of the tables in this post are lovely. I love the greens under tour chargers. Are those placemats or pieces of greens. I lust love it, thanks for sharing.

  8. Had to get a closer look at the dishes! As we say in NH…they are wicked pretty!! Also…man, can Afloral do flowers or what??!! Amazing!

  9. Stacy your table setting is absolutely beautiful. I love those magnolia dishes. Thank you for sharing your home and wonderful decorating talent. Wishing you and your family a Blessed Easter.

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