Simple Summer Tablescapes You Can DIY
Summer is the perfect time to decorate your table with pretty, bright or pastel decor! Check out these seven splendid tablescapes that you can easily DIY this summer.
Neon summer table
A Styled Fete and Anders and Ruff joined forces to create this amazing neon summer table! Bright neon lanterns and pretty white tulips perfectly complement the confetti-reminiscent polka-dotted table runners to create a beautiful table that would be perfect for indoor or outdoor celebrations this summer.
Natural and rustic
Uncommon designs used natural and rustic elements to create this pretty yet colorful summer tablescape. The addition of the turquoise candle stands adds a pop of color to the otherwise neutral and natural table decor. And the starfish add the perfect touch to the center of the table.
Pretty and elegant
Laurie Jones Home created a pretty and elegant summer tablescape with a few items that she already had in her home, which makes this table decor both beautiful and frugal! A decorative off-white lantern sits so beautifully next to the home-grown flower arrangement, and a fun bottle-turned-lantern creates a unique and beautiful summer table for not much work or money.
Bright colors are always perfect for summer table decorations, and Thistlewood farms created this fun look on a budget. Using paper plates (seriously!) and cupcake liners as a decorative center table runner, this look would be easy to replicate for any occasion — it's so pretty and fun for a summer table!
Simple and beautiful
Entirely Eventful Day created this simple and beautiful summer tablescape by combining a few natural elements like the green moss in the crystal cups to hold the place cards and a jar full of pretty seashells. She kept the overall look uncluttered by using simple white and silver dishes and by keeping the table linens simple as well. The pretty pink drink compliments the whole design and creates a perfectly pretty summer table.
Simple yet stunning
Create, Craft, Love created this simple yet stunning centerpiece that is so easy to DIY. This moss and twine centerpiece takes only four items to make and just a few minutes to put together. Working with the moss can get a bit messy though, so if possible, create this project outdoors to keep clean-up super simple — you will have this new summer centerpiece put together in no time! Plus, it would look fabulous either indoors or outdoors this summer.
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Photo credits: Create, Craft, Love, Sand and Sisal, Entirely Eventful Day, Laurie Jones Home, Thistlewood Farms, Uncommon Designs, Anders and Ruff