4 Cheerful Spring Tablescapes (Ideas Using Cabbage Leaf Salad Plates)
Spring is just around the corner! Before long, the flowers will be blooming and many of us will be celebrating the spring holidays….and maybe even hosting a few dinners. So, if you’re looking for colorful spring table setting ideas, I have some inspiration for you! Today, I’m sharing 4 cheerful spring tablescapes featuring green cabbage leaf salad plates!
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4 Spring Tablescapes with Cabbage Leaf Salad Plates:
A Simple Accessory to Add Some Green to Your Spring Table…
If you love green cabbage dinnerware but you don’t want to buy a whole new set of dishes, consider purchasing just the salad plates. That way, you’ll get the classic look at a fraction of the price. When decorating your table, layer the cabbage leaf salad plates with white or coordinating dishes and you’ll be ready for spring entertaining. For inspiration, take a look at my 4 spring table examples below!
1 – Garden Inspired Spring Tablescape with Green Cabbage Plates:
When decorating a spring table, you can’t go wrong with a garden theme!
For this spring tablescape, I pulled my color scheme from my vintage flower embroidered napkins. From there, I bought a bouquet of grocery store flowers, arranged them in a galvanized milk can and flanked it with two containers of faux greenery. To complete the simple centerpiece, I set the containers on a window pane mirror. Not only did the mirror reflect the light but also gave the feel of looking outside to a garden.
similar galvanized milk can / similar galvanized planters
For each of the place settings, I used blue and white striped placemats topped with galvanized chargers to coordinate with the spring centerpiece. From there, I layered my white plates with the green cabbage leaf salad plates on top.
galvanized metal charger / similar salad plates
To finish the plate stacks, I placed the floral embroidered napkins on each place setting.
For more photos of this spring tablescape with details of my napkins, read – Simple Spring Tablescape with Flowers.
2 – Easter Tablescape with Green Cabbage Leaf Plates:
Embrace spring by mixing pink and green on your Easter tablescape.
On this spring tablescape, I layered my green cabbage salad plates over my white dinner plates. Then, I topped each place setting with pink gingham napkins rolled up in my white ceramic bunny napkin rings. How cute are those?!
similar napkin rings / similar gingham napkins / similar green plates / white dishes
In addition to the cabbage leaf salad plates, I also added some cute cabbage ware bowls with bunnies to the center of the table. Instead of going with fresh flowers this time, I filled a white pitcher with pink faux flowers. Although the height of the flowers might not be ideal for a dinner party, I liked the way they made a statement on an otherwise simple table.
With a few containers of Easter eggs, some textures from the burlap table runner and seagrass placemats, this Easter table was ready for guests!
To see all the details of this spring tablescape, see my blog post – Simple and Festive Easter Table Setting with Bunnies.
3 – Dining Room Easter Table with China and Cabbage Plates:
For another colorful Easter tablescape, let’s head into the dining room…
If you need an excuse to decorate with blue willow dishes, consider mixing them with green cabbage plates for a fresh spring color palette! Since our dining room is navy blue, I really embraced that color combination on my spring tablescape.
Speaking of color, I also filled a blue and white vase with pink faux cherry blossoms for my centerpiece. In place of a table runner, I used faux palm leaves and scattered some some pink and green Easter eggs on top. In the distance, you can see more pops of color on my spring bar cart.
When setting my dining room table, I sometimes use a white tablecloth. This time, I went with white napkins between the plates and opted to show the wood tabletop instead.
On top the green leaf salad plates, I placed bird’s nests with eggs to complete the Easter theme. As another option, you could always print up some simple Easter place cards to use instead. After all, Easter dinner is a special occasion so why not personalize each place setting?
For more photos of this spring tablescape along with additional Easter decorating ideas, read – Festive Easter Decorations (Ideas for Tables and Vignettes).
4 – Outdoor Spring Tablescape with Green Cabbage Leaf Plates:
With the arrival of spring, comes al fresco dining season!
If you’re like me, you look for any excuse to dine outdoors! When I set this spring tablescape, I had the tropics in mind. So, I decorated my patio table with bright colors and a British Colonial style. Once again, I embraced the blue and green color scheme and added a bunch of ginger jars filled with faux palm leaves for the spring centerpiece.
To add to the island feel, I decorated with plenty of rattan, seagrass and cane pieces…and of course the green cabbage leaf salad plates. Once more, I layered the green plates over my white dishes. Then, I topped them off with a navy blue napkin rolled inside a homemade tropical style napkin ring. One of these days, I’ll buy some bamboo flatware to complete the look!
similar green plates /exact white dishes / similar white dishes / similar seagrass placemats
Once again, the green leaf plates made a statement on each place setting and coordinated with all the greenery in the centerpiece.
To see more photos of this outdoor spring table setting, read – Mother’s Day Table Setting Outdoors.
Hopefully, I’ve given you plenty of ideas to decorate your own spring tablescape…with green cabbage plates!
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All so pretty but my favorite is the first one! The green cabbage plates are so pretty, and almost like a neutral! Happy almost spring!
Thanks Amy! Yes, I guess they are almost like a neutral – green goes with almost anything!
Shelley, I’m loving the cabbage plates especially with the pink checked napkins! So Springy! I’m excited to tell you this post will be featured in this week’s Tuesday Turn About Link Party! Thanks for sharing your creativity and we hope to see you at the party this week! Pinned!
Thanks Cindy! Pink and green feels so springy to me! And thanks so much for the feature and for pinning!
I love those cabbage leaf plates…So cute and there are so many ways to use them!! Thanks for sharing and thanks for taking the time to stop by!
Thanks Deb! The plates really are so versatile for spring!