Looking for some pretty table decor ideas for summer? Wait until you see these peachy decorating ideas for your next dinner party.

Can you believe we are already halfway through summer already? I swear it is just flying by!

And it has been a hot, wet summer to boot. Unlike last year when it was hot and dry, we’ve seen a lot of rain this year.

Which has been great for the gardens!

With the potager garden in full bloom, I’ve been hosting a few dinner parties out here between the raindrops and it has been beyond amazing!

The raised garden beds filled with my cut flower and vegetable gardens create quite a backdrop for a party!

I’ve got zinnias, dahlias, snapdragons, calendula, borage, other flowering annuals together with some pretty companion plants that bring lots of joy while we are enjoying some good food and drinks.

The colors from this garden inspired me to celebrate the peach season with beautiful themed tablescape ideas that are easy to pull together.

I cut pretty peach-colored flowers from my garden and thought they’d make a gorgeous centerpiece for this month’s supper club theme.

Wait until you see how gorgeous my summer tablescape looks!

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Everything’s Peachy Supper Club

Since we are heading into the peach season, I thought it would be fun to host a peach-themed dinner party for my supper club.

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Whether you are hosting family or friends for a casual summer dinner party, we are sharing lots of pretty summer table centerpieces and decorating ideas.

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We recently moved to a beautiful 1850 Farmhouse with 10 acres of gardens, sculptures, and statues.

I’ve been gardening for over 20 years and enjoy helping beginner gardeners find their inner green thumb, as well as discover a love for all things plants and flowers. I love to bring the outdoors inside my home too.

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12 Easy Peachy Summer Table Decor Ideas Ideas

Creating a peach-themed dinner table can be a fun way to infuse warmth and elegance into your summer dining experience.

Here are some decorating ideas to help you set a stunning peach-themed dinner table.

Remember to keep the table decor cohesive and balanced. Don’t overdo it with too many peach decorations too because sometimes less is more.

fresh cut flowers from the cutting garden with zinnias, dahlias, snapdragons in vases and mason jars with peaches, taper candles, votives and small gold lanterns with peach table decor

Decorating a Table for Summer: Peach Theme Inspiration

I love that we are doing a peach theme for this month’s supper club. It perfectly captures the essence of summer, don’t you think?

The soft hues and luscious shades of peaches create a cozy, warm, and inviting aesthetic that is the perfect backdrop for an outdoor dinner party.

Here’s how to decorate a cozy summer table with a peachy color palette.

Choose a Peachy Color Palette

To create a cohesive look, start by selecting a color palette inspired by peaches. Shades of peach, blush pink, magenta, soft orange, yellow, and hints of green work wonderfully together.

Just because it’s “peach”, doesn’t mean you can’t pull your color palette from actual peaches. There’s a range of color in the fruit so it’s OK to be liberal with your table if you choose.

Because I am cutting flowers from my garden, I decorated this tablescape with hues from what’s blooming in the potager today.

And there’s quite a range of flowers and colors too. In the vases and mason jars, I used dahilas, zinnias, snapdragons, and strawflowers.

Since I’ve been regularly deadheading and cutting my flowers, this is the color palette of the day!

fresh cut flowers from the cutting garden with zinnias, dahlias, snapdragons in vases and mason jars with peaches, taper candles, votives and small gold lanterns with peach table decor

Fresh Flowers and Fruits

It’s a great idea to add fresh flowers and fruits as table decorations. Use them whole or slice them up for an organic touch.

I focused more on just peaches and scattered a few on the table nestled among the centerpiece.

Speaking of a centerpiece, arrange a beautiful centerpiece using a variety of peach-colored flowers such as roses, zinnias, snapdragons, or dahlias.

If you don’t have garden flowers you can cut and use, drop by your local florist or market to find blooms you can use.

You can also add a touch of greenery with foliage like eucalyptus leaves or ferns to green up the arrangements. I decided to go with all flowers for this one and love the look!

stacy ling cutting strawflowers for a peach tablescape idea in the potager garden

Peachy Tablecloth or Runner

Drape your table with a peachy tablecloth or a table runner to create a solid base layer for your decor.

The soft and warm tones of peach will immediately brighten up the space, set the tone, and provide a gentle backdrop for your centerpiece and other table decor.

Because I wanted a rustic look for my dining table, I decided to forego a tablecloth and just used a peach table runner made from cheesecloth.

fresh cut flowers from the cutting garden with zinnias, dahlias, snapdragons in vases and mason jars with peaches, taper candles, votives and small gold lanterns with peach table decor in the potager garden

Creating Ambiance

For a charming and cozy touch, repurpose mason jars as candle holders or vases.

For soft lighting, you can place a few tea-light candles in mason jars and tie peach-colored ribbons with a bunch of herb sprigs around the rims.

I prefer to use them as small vases for my fresh-cut flowers and instead, use vintage gold candlesticks with taper candles for a warm, cozy vibe.

You can also scatter fairy lights around the table or use solar string lights to add a soft warm glow from above.

fresh cut flowers from the cutting garden with zinnias, dahlias, snapdragons in vases and mason jars with peaches, taper candles, votives and small gold lanterns with peach table decor in the potager garden

Beautiful Table Linens

Add an elegant touch with beautiful linen napkins that have a peachy hue or neutral peach-themed designs.

While you can go with disposable paper linens, they don’t look as elegant or feel as special, so I suggest going with linen.

I prefer a solid look to my linens, but if you prefer a pattern, look for neutral patterns with peachy hues, plaids, or subtle fruit motifs.

fresh cut flowers from the cutting garden with zinnias, dahlias, snapdragons in vases and mason jars with peaches, taper candles, votives and small gold lanterns with peach table decor

Cozy Place Settings and Tableware Accents

To create a cozy look, layer your place settings. I love to start with my cedar branch placemats and then add my plates on top.

You can also include peach-colored plates, glasses, or utensils as focal points on your table.

These pops of color will bring your peach theme to life and add a playful element to your setting.

Keep in mind that your table decor does not have to be from the same pattern or of the same design. Mix and match for a cozy, unique look.

pretty and simple peach table setting idea with peach napkin wood napkin rings, gold flatware and cutlery pouch with mini lanterns votives and flowers in bud vases
fresh cut flowers from the cutting garden with zinnias, dahlias, snapdragons in vases and mason jars with peaches, taper candles, votives and small gold lanterns with peach table decor

Fresh Herb Sprigs

If you love an organic look, you can even incorporate the refreshing aroma of herbs by placing small sprigs of mint, basil, or rosemary in tiny vases or mason jars.

But you can also tuck a few bunches in with the napkin rings for an organic touch.

I have tons of herbs growing in the potager garden that I need to keep up with, so I enjoy cutting a few for this very purpose.

fresh cut flowers from the cutting garden with zinnias, dahlias, snapdragons in vases and mason jars with peaches, taper candles, votives and small gold lanterns with peach table decor in potager garden

Peachy Beverage Station

Create a dedicated area for refreshing summer beverages. Set up a drink station with pitchers of peach-infused water, fruity iced teas, or peach-flavored cocktails.

Add some peach slices, mint leaves, and ice cubes to the pitchers for an extra dash of flavor and visual appeal.

Some great peach-flavored cocktails to try include:

bellini recipe with peaches
Peach Bellini Recipe

Peach-Themed Place Cards

For a personal touch, create peach-themed place cards to assign seating at the dining table. I generally only make place cards for larger gatherings but everyone has their own style.

Cut out peach-shaped cards from colored paper and write your guests’ names in elegant calligraphy and place them on each plate.

They can even be used as part of a pretty napkin holder.

fresh cut flowers from the cutting garden with zinnias, dahlias, snapdragons in vases and mason jars with peaches, taper candles, votives and small gold lanterns with peach table decor for the place settings in potager garden

More Summer Table Decor Ideas

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Wait Until You See These Peachy Summer Tablescape Ideas

If you love the peach theme as much as I do, here are some pretty table-decorating ideas to try.

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24 Comments

  1. So many fantastic tips and tricks, Stacy! I love that you grew these flowers yourself. They’re all gorgeous. You have such a gift of knowing just the right color combinations to put together and this tablescape is no exception. It all feels so warm and inviting. Thank you for letting me be a part of this month’s Supper Club series. You guys are the best! Hugs, CoCo

    1. Coco thank you so much!!! I really appreciate that. I’m so glad you joined us this month! Can’t wait to taste the menu!

  2. Stacy, the flowers from your garden are the star of the show! So darn gorgeous. Also I love the cedar branch placemats and the tulle table runner. What a stunning table! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Not sure my jaw could drop open any more than it does every time I see one of your tablescapes! My gosh, they are all so stunning!

  4. Stacy, this is absolutely STUNNING! Your floral arrangements are just gorgeous. This looks like a scene straight out of a magazine. I love it!

  5. Such a beautiful tablescape Stacy! As always, your floral arrangements are amazing!

  6. Love all the gorgeous flowers you used to create your tablescape Stacy…just stunning. Thanks for sharing your tips for styling a table. Pinned.