A Sweet, Springtime Tablescape with a Soft, Neutral Color Palette

Soft and Spring

Photographed by: O’Malley PhotographersLocation: Seattle, Washington, United States

Winter so often feels like it stretches on forever, and even the smallest signs of spring are met with anticipation – providing inspiration for a stylish spring tablescape. An arrangement of playful flowers such as Japanese ranunculus and hellebore bring the season to mind, while taller branches with corylopsis and magnolia extend upward like the plants that grow from the ground after a long winter. “We were excited to focus on flowers and keep greenery and foliage to a minimum,” explains Callista of Callista and Company of the tablescape that showcases the transition between the colder and warmer months. 

The color palette was kept largely neutral, with some soft grey details, though goldenrod pillar candles of varying sizes provided a pop of color. The florals were not the only way spring was represented. A small plate offered a honeycomb with a picturesque honey dipper and two candy replicas of robin eggs. Each seat featured a hard-boiled, farm-fresh egg in a charming egg cup that fit with the aesthetic set by the ceramic vases displaying the floral centerpieces. Cotton handmade escort cards with raw edges added a soft, rustic look; while the similarly designed invitations were so delicate that they had a sheer quality. A minimalist cake with a single tier and white buttercream frosting was embellished with a sprig of corylopsis and placed on a simple, yet chic, wooden stand.

View more inspiration from this spring tablescape in the slideshow above!

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