I had always wanted a large farmhouse dining table. The idea of hosting holidays and get togethers with everyone around the table was so exciting to me. Now that we have our own home and a large dining table, I will admit these “large get togethers around the table” do not happen often, save for Christmas day dinner that I have hosted a few years now, I still hope for the future when these occasions happen. I still love this table and styling it has at the very least been extremely fun for me. The dining room itself is still a work in progress as I have some fun plans that I hope to get started on very soon. In the mean time at least the table is pretty.
For my spring dining decor I have, of course, gravitated towards florals and greenery (seeing a trend here?). If you haven’t guessed, Michael’s is one of my favorite places to find little things for the house and the dining table was no exception. They have a huge supply of artificial flowers, pots, wreaths and so on so needless to say it was hard picking just a couple things. I started with these cute long stemmed boxwood pots. The pots themselves were just a basic terra cotta style that I decided could be made a little cuter by placing in another clay syle pot. I used some moss (I got the bagged kind) to hid the pot within a pot method.
My next piece was this super cute pitcher I found at Kirklands. It has slight distressing that I love. If its chippy or distressed I’m in! I found a bundle of artificial flowers (You can certainly use fresh, I just find artificial so much easier most of the time) and cut them to fit the pitcher. The candle sticks I have had on the table awhile and find I can easily transition them to find any style i’m going for.
Well there you have it. My easy and cute spring centerpiece. I hope this got your own creative juices going and inspired you to jump into getting your home ready for spring! Thanks again for reading and I hope you subscribe to the mailing list and follow me on facebook and Instagram. I also love hearing from you and reading any comments you may have.