14 Colorful and Inspiring Spring Wedding Tablescapes

Want inspiration for your spring wedding? These 14 tablescapes are tried-and-true

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Want inspiration for your spring wedding? These 14 tablescapes are tried-and-true
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Michael Radford
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 , they're a stark reminder of the beauty of new life.
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Heather Hawkins
Stark Succulents
Of course, a lack of color can be very spring-like too, like in this , which paired wooden tables and burlap tableclothes with small succulents to create a simple, conversational atmosphere.
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Cassandra Photo
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 . MORE WEDDINGS on elledecor.com:
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Jasmine Lee Photography
Simple & Cheerful
We love the color and simplicity of . 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.
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Landon Jacob Photography
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 .
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Lone Pine Photography
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 . MORE WEDDINGS on elledecor.com:
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Avant Garde Photography
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 .
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Matushek Photography
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 did.
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Mary Fields
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 . MORE WEDDINGS on elledecor.com:
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Jacque Lynn Photography
Vivid Florals
Don't be afraid to go big with your flowers at your spring wedding: doubled-up on color, picking bright roses and silky purples to create a vibrant tablescape.
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Jaclyn Davis Photography
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 .
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Rylee Hitchner Photography
Rustic Napa
At this , simplicity is the key: Blueberries and leaves are arranged around small vases, making for a perfectly intimate dinner. MORE WEDDINGS on elledecor.com:
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Lifeline Photography
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 .
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Cory Ryan Photography
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 .
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