Happy Spring Break! My kids go to two different schools in two different school districts which means they have two different spring breaks. Millie was on break last week, Peighton is on break this week and we are definitely very discombobulated. It’s been fun having special one on one time with each kid and I’m doing my very best to make it fun for each of them. Last week when Millie was home we went to Trader Joe’s which happens to be one of her favorite places for one reason. Mini shopping carts. We slowly perused the aisles, me very carefully trying to maneuver her cart without her knowing so she wouldn’t run into the other shoppers. This has to be a stealth operation because Heaven help a mom who is trying to push her child’s mini cart – they must always feel in control and to be honest, I can relate. While we were in TJ’s we spotted some truly beautiful tulips that inspired an entire spring tablescape, one that I’m happy to share with you today!
To create this simple spring tablescape, I made an easy flower arrangement with the tulips from Trader Joe’s and some additional greenery. I grabbed three bunches of tulips and two bunches of greenery which included some eucalyptus that I used for the place settings. I placed this arrangement in this crock/vase that I picked up last week, it’s very affordable.
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Since this is a simple tablescape I did a simple place setting as well. Just a white dish. I’ve had these from Walmart for ages. Some neutral napkins, a stem of eucalyptus, and a pretty pink latte bowl.
We’ve actually been using these as our everyday cereal bowls for a while now. I love that they have the ability to dress up a table or be used for every day. That’s the kind of function I like.
It was really fun to decorate this simple spring tablescape in our breakfast nook. Since we found out we were moving it’s been challenging to have the desire to decorate when all we really want to do is purge and prep our home for the next step. I will say, nothing makes a space feel more “homey” and happy as a vase of fresh flowers.