3 Spring Themed Flings

3 Spring Themed Flings

Posted by Emilee Miller on

The spring holiday season is about to hit us in full swing and we would be lying if we said we haven’t been planning themed tablescapes all winter long! Now that it is an appropriate time to start planning, here are some ideas we came up with for potential parties this spring.

St. Patrick's Day


This is a holiday where you can get creative with recipes and drinks, but decor comes pretty naturally! Stock up on your St. Patrick's Day party supplies, some gold coins, four-leaf clovers, and leprechaun-themed accessories will do the trick!


Given that this holiday is notably wild and fun, toss it all on your tablescape among some of your favorite serveware and neutral place settings. Some show stoppers that we always like to break out when hosting include our bar-height natural teak wood table, woven barstools, wood platters, and pedestals to make our food and beverages stand out.

If you're asking yourself what kind of food should I make for my St. Patrick's Day party?

Here's a few recipes that we were eager to serve guests: reuben sliders, espresso martinis (go ahead add some Baileys Irish Cream too!), Irish mimosas, otherwise known as green cocktails.

Easter Sunday Brunch

We know everyone is always on the hunt for the perfect Easter egg decor ideas for their Easter celebration, but instead of waking up and lining the breakfast table with peeps, jelly beans, and stuffed bunnies, maybe try something a little different and plan a way to have a memorable Easter morning brunch!

We filled our table with some springy touches that include hatching wooden chicks and egg figurines, bright-colored napkins, and beautiful serveware that could be passed down for generations!

Food and drinks are a great way to bring the table to life. Introduce pops of color with a carrot cake, orange juice or mimosas, and spring-inspired macarons from a local bakery.

Vintage High Tea Time Party

While this isn’t a holiday, we like to act like it is. Vintage tea parties seem to be all the rage right now, and we are so happy that they are! It’s a great opportunity to invite over loved ones and spend some intentional time together over a beautiful tablescape.

We drew a lot of inspiration from our unique tea cups, mugs, and tea pot, which inspired more vintage-styled tea party decor, including fancy tea time hats and gloves.

Wood platters and bowls accentuated the delicate details and were perfect to display our high tea time menu: macarons, cucumber sandwiches, veggies, and a charcuterie board. Our tea of choice was butterfly pea tea. Pinkies up!

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