Top 12 Table Settings for Your Mother’s Day Table

I will admit, Mother’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. Our mothers do so much for us from the time we are born to the time we are separated by death. They raise us, teach us, nurture us as children and when we become adults, they continue to be a constant source of advice and comfort. They’re pretty much the best. Which is why going all out for Mother’s Day seems more than appropriate. For those who are hosting your own Mother’s Day meal, take a look at these 12 gorgeous tablescapes that will inspire you to pull all the stops on your celebration.

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There’s nothing like a tablescape that’s all matchy matchy. Get your kids to help you cover your runner or tablecloth, napkin holders and anything else possible in little fingerprints. You can choose the colors to match your centerpiece. (via The Tomkat Studio)

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Don’t stop at decorating the table! Once you’ve chosen your linens and floral centerpiece, take the party up top by weaving some fresh flowers into your chandelier. It will create the best floral lighting you’ve ever seen. (via Style Me Pretty)

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Since moms are just young girls inside, don’t be hesitant to go pretty pastel pink and fluffy with your table decor. You could DIY those tissue paper balls for yourself and then all you’ll need is a big vase of pink peonies. (via Best Friends for Frosting)

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When you’ve got a crowd coming for the meal, it’s imperative that you use creative place cards. Get pictures of all the kids (even yourself!) and make little photo place cards so all the moms know where to sit. Here’s the perfect opportunity to go nostalgic. (via Sugar and Charm)

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Do you have a garden lover for a mom? Bring the outdoors inside for your Mother’s Day table with natural fibers like burlap and rustic accents like mason jars. She’ll fall for it immediately. (via Sweet Root Village)

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To favor or not to favor? That is the question and these berry baskets make an easy answer. If you will have a bit of time between when guests arrive and the meal being served, make these filled ceramic berry basket your table favor and everyone will be satisfied. (via Style Me Pretty)

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While I’m sure your mother will love whatever you put together for her, you can go with a little extra chic by using marble contact paper to cover your dining room table instead of a tablecloth. You’ll get a look like the one above. (via A House In The Hills)

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There’s nothing like a good touch of watercolors at any table for any holiday. This printable floral menu is exactly that watercolor bit you’re looking for. Is there anything more Mother’s Day? (via Craftberry Bush)

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Are you short on prep time for your Mother’s Day celebration? Whip out your best handwriting and tie name cards to a single bloom for a very elegant and springy place card. (via Make It Home)

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Make sure everyone knows where the moms are sitting by decorating their chairs special with these carnation garlands. And if you want to go crazy and decorating the whole room in them, I’m not stopping you! (via 100 Layer Cake)

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The most important thing about a Mother’s Day celebration is the company around the table. So don’t hesitate to keep the focus on the family by creating a simple tablescape that says “Mom is more important.” (via Glitter Guide)

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If the weather is for you on May 10th, take your party to the outdoors. While the gorgeous courtyard above would be perfect, there isn’t anything against a simple picnic out in the sunshine either. Bring on the sandwiches! (via Style Me Pretty)