7 Backyard Tablescape Ideas For Your Next Outdoor Party
Before you can throw a backyard bash at your home, you'll have to dust off your decorative pillows, give your furniture a fresh coat of paint, and deck out your décor with bright summer shades. In order to host a dazzling dinner or pretty tea party, your table must be the center of attention.
From bouquets of blooming flowers to table runners and decorative glassware, these seven backyard tablescape ideas will make your outdoor party unforgettable!
Raw Elegance with Antique Gems from 100 Layer Cake
Keep it simple, but undeniably elegant by incorporating antique elements into your table décor. Crystal glasses and aged golden candleholders sitting on top of a bare picnic table combine to present a rustic, yet graceful setting.
Classic Picnic in a Box from Eric Kelley Photography
Charm your guests with these cute personal packed lunches in boxes. A bold, bright color scheme makes this picnic style tablescape pop.
An Array of Flowers from Green Wedding Shoes
Flowers are easy on the eyes, and even easier to decorate with. Make your own custom flower arrangements to display on your outdoor table for clusters of color and touches of sweet scents.
DIY Geometric Cube Table Runner from Ruffled Blog
Looking for a fun, unconventional table setting? Learn how to make these geometric cubes for a colorful tablescape that will leave your guests talking!
Perfectly Pink from Hostess With The Mostess
Make your guests blush with this pretty in pink tablescape. From light pink napkins to a pale pink tablecloth, this table is set with every shade of pink for a stunning soiree.
A Relaxed Affair with a Bohemian Twist from Style Me Pretty
Create a relaxed vibe by taking your table to the ground with poufy pillows and juicy colors, for a romantic yet playful place to dine.
Polka Dots and Planters from Brooklyn Bride
The cutest little combo of polka dots and succulent planters create this lovable DIY tablescape. You can even send your dinner party guests home with a mini planter as a favor!
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