40+ Fresh Ideas for Spring Centerpieces and Table Decorations

Make your dining table shine this spring.

spring centerpieces and table decorations
Sargeant Creative

Set the scene for spring with a colorful tablescape! These stunning ideas for spring centerpieces and table decorations are sure to surprise and delight your dinner guests. Whether a fun flower arrangement in an unexpected vessel or a simple place setting, these creative crafts are the best way to celebrate the season.

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wooden toolbox floral arrangement
David Tsay
Rustic Spring Centerpiece

Have an old wooden toolbox handy? Try using it as a rustic vessel for your favorite flower arrangement. Just look at this stunning outdoor spring centerpiece by Kiana Underwood, owner of San Francisco boutique floral studio .

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floral wreath table decorations
A​​lison Bernier​​
Floral Spring Table Setting

From mixed glassware to fringe tulip centerpieces to floral wreaths around each plate, this spring tablescape designed by and photographed by is bursting with blooms and color.

Get the tutorial at .

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tea kettle flowers
David Tsay
Retro Teakettle

Give your vintage teakettle a second life as a spring centerpiece (they're meant to hold water, after all!). We love how this pink arrangement of geraniums and poppies contrasts with the blue and white of the container.

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spring place setting
Driven By Decor​
Simple Spring Table Setting

A single ranunculus wrapped in twine tops each plate on this simple spring table.

Get the tutorial at .

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David Tsay
Antique Tins

Old tea tins make unexpected but gorgeous flower containers for a lovely spring centerpiece.

RELATED: Beautiful Ways to Use Vintage Pieces for Flower Displays

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mason jar flower arrangements spring centerpiece
David Tsay
Mason Jars

We know you've got some spare mason jars lying around—try placing them in an old milk carrier and fill with flowers for a delightful centerpiece. You can use clear tape across the tops of the jars as needed to keep the flowers standing up straight.

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David Tsay
Minnow Bucket

The gorgeous colors of this eclectic bouquet look lovely on top of a vintage minnow bucket.

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David Tsay
Vintage Colander

Use an old enamelware colander to arrange flowers with herbs and fruits for a display that heralds spring.

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David Tsay
Berry Basket

These tiny berry baskets are perfect containers for holding small bunches of flowers—let a few of them decorate your table this spring!

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David Hillegas
Simple Spool Centerpiece

Insert the stems of flowers into the tubes of spools of various heights and arrange these little beauties on your table for a charming, simple detail. For longer-lasting blooms, add floral foam, which you can dampen with a straw.

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Rachel Solomon Photography
Floral Tablecloth

The perfect way to complement a pretty floral tablecloth? A matching centerpiece of fresh spring blooms.

Event design by ; Photo by .

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Erich McVey
Bloom-Filled Crate

A rustic crate is the perfect container for a wild arrangement of pretty pastel flowers, including hydrangeas, lisianthus, snapdragons, and more.

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Miki Duisterhof
Twine Vase

To re-create this whimsical centerpiece, cluster roses in a Mason jar. Wrap twine around the vase and hot-glue in place (or substitute heavy-duty double-faced tape). Make two or three to run down the center of the table, along with taper candles.

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Sargeant Creative
Pastels on Display

Arranged in a milk glass container, lilacs, peonies, water lilies and viburnum make for a sweet and stunning display; vintage tea tins hold baby's breath for an extra lovely touch.

Flowers by ; Photo by .

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Miki Duisterhof
Flower Runner

Scraps of floral fabric make for a novel table runner that's perfect for your spring fete.

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Miki Duisterhof
Display Vintage Bottles

A few stems of jasmine arranged in vintage blue apothecary bottles can be placed inside a larger glass cylinder for a stylish and special centerpiece.

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Afternoon Tea

Bring your fancy chairs outdoors for a fresh-air breakfast or afternoon tea.

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Source
Turn Place Cards Into Centerpieces

For a touch of elegance, place blooms in small bud vases at each place setting, and attach a name card.

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Gridley + Graves
Pops of Color

Tulips and hyacinths take center stage in this pretty tablescape.

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Pretty Peonies

Don't have a vase handy? Peonies look just as pretty when displayed in a measuring cup.

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Vallentyne Photography
Shabby Chic

Perfect for a tea party setting, vintage floral china and pink glassware look lovely next to gold flatware and chippy whitewashed chairs.

Design by ; Photo by .

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Christina Lilly
Cakes and Sweets

Flowers are nice, but edible centerpieces are better! Simple buttercream-frosted cakes get a sprinkling of herbs and fruits, while a tiered tray displays macarons and petits fours.

Design by ; Photo by .

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Michael + Anna Costa
Simple Bud Vases

When you have such stunning peonies, what else do you need? Not much! Soft pink peonies in bud vases take center stage in this simple setting.

Photo by .

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Rebecca Arthurs Photography
Rustic and Feminine

A rustic wood container offers masculine balance to a dreamy, feminine arrangement of lamb's ear, roses, and ivy.

Photo by .

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Pattie Mims
Living Table Runner

There's no need to drop a lot of dough on flowers—an inexpensive but lush runner of ferns and greenery looks just as fresh.

Event design by ; Photo by .

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Jessica Elizabeth Photography
Preppy Patterns

Give your table a cheerful spring vibe with a navy-and-white patterned runner paired with bright yellow napkins and chargers. Dinnerplate dahlias, hydrangeas, tulips, and fresh lemons make for understated centerpieces.

Photo by .

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Kina Wicks
Metallic Touches

A centerpiece featuring big, gorgeous peonies gets a touch a glam with metallic gold cups and chargers; vintage floral china completes the look.

Floral design by ; Photo by .

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Lauren Gabrielle Photography
Simple and Sweet

A lush arrangement of greenery, studded with fluffy peonies sits atop a vintage lace runner.

Event Design by ; Photo by .

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Miki Duisterhof
Elegant All-White Arrangement

Arrange white flowers in a clear vase for a centerpiece that's simple yet elegant.

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John Kernick
Picnic Party

Get outside! Arrangements of wildflowers interspersed with fresh peaches, along with grain sack napkins, are the perfect way to kick off the warm weather party season.

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