14 Colorful and Inspiring Spring Wedding Tablescapes

Want inspiration for your spring wedding? These 14 tablescapes are tried-and-true
wedding table settings
Want inspiration for your spring wedding? These 14 tablescapes are tried-and-true
Michael Radford
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Red, Pink, and Gold
Use this classic color combo for your spring wedding: Red, pink, and gold create a vibrant visual spread, and paired with the all-white candlesticks seen in this shoot, they're a stark reminder of the beauty of new life.
Heather Hawkins
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Stark Succulents
Of course, a lack of color can be very spring-like too, like in this Austin garden wedding, which paired wooden tables and burlap tableclothes with small succulents to create a simple, conversational atmosphere.
Cassandra Photo
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Sparkle & Glitz
Glitter ain't just for winter: Combined with some brightly-colored flowers and vibrant greens, it can make your wedding pop. We love these gold-glitter table numbers from this super-chic wedding, as featured on Glamour & Grace. MORE WEDDINGS on elledecor.com: The 24 Most Extravagant Weddings of All Time
Jasmine Lee Photography
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Simple & Cheerful
We love the color and simplicity of this elegant tablescape. No need to go for big bouquets: Just a few small flowers tucked in a clear vase can provide just the punch of color your wedding needs.
Landon Jacob Photography
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Country Soft
Who couldn't fall in love with this simple, soft Southern wedding? A lush tablescape in peaches and pinks accents a reclaimed-wood table. See more from the shoot here.
Lone Pine Photography
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Ethereal & Whimsical
The tiny gold-painted animals are a much-welcome addition to this neutral table — as are the bright splashes of green. See the rest of this ethereal styled shoot at Inspired Bride. MORE WEDDINGS on elledecor.com: 15 Ways to Do Winter Weddings Right
Avant Garde Photography
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The Height of Color
What better time than spring to play with outrageous colors? We love these breathtaking blooms, which use height and color to create an astounding centerpiece — and one that's not too big to talk around! See the rest of the wedding here.
Matushek Photography
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Classic Combos
There's nothing wrong with sticking to a classic color combo like pink and baby blue — especially if you throw in a few textural succulents, like this Chicago couple did.
Mary Fields
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Go Flowerless
Who needs florals? Alyssa and Brian replaced the traditional centerpieces with vintage items that uniquely represent them: A camera, worn books, vintage jars. See more inspiration from their wedding here. MORE WEDDINGS on elledecor.com: 14 Winter Wedding Bouquets to Warm Your Heart
Jacque Lynn Photography
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Vivid Florals
Don't be afraid to go big with your flowers at your spring wedding: This couple doubled-up on color, picking bright roses and silky purples to create a vibrant tablescape.
Jaclyn Davis Photography
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Just Peachy
This picnic-like tablescape is perfect for spring, with its gold and purple accents and checkerboard tablecloth. Check out more from this styled shoot here.
Rylee Hitchner Photography
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Rustic Napa
At this intimate Napa wedding, simplicity is the key: Blueberries and leaves are arranged around small vases, making for a perfectly intimate dinner. MORE WEDDINGS on elledecor.com: 10 Buy-It-Yourself Wedding Items for the Unapologetically Single
Lifeline Photography
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A Unique Fête
For this '50s rock-and-roll wedding, the couple used mismatched plates and beer bottles to create an awesome, original wedding. Add in burlap and sprigs of flowers throughout, and you've got a memorable celebration no one will forget. See more from this wedding at Whimsical Wonderland Weddings.
Cory Ryan Photography
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Color! Color! Color!
Never be scared of color — especially at your wedding! This bride paired a bright blue tablecloth with equally vibrant colors to create a punchy, bright table sure to stand out. See more from this super-colorful wedding here.
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