A Garden Party

Springtime in the garden is an exciting time of new growth and the anticipation of a new season. We love getting back into the garden after a winter hiatus, and it's exciting to be gathering outdoors with friends again. Why not clean off the outdoor potting bench and throw a casual brunch with friends? You can incorporate spring bulbs and host the ultimate gardening inspired affair.

Going Natural

A neutral color palette, layers of rattan and exposed bulbs sinched with string all add to this serene outdoor table setting. Woven pandan placemats create the first layer, followed by vintage tableware, including fun Wedgwood Majolica green leaf plates. Votive holders made of willow add a natural and organic look. We decided on a bunch of daffodil bulbs in terracotta saucers for the centerpiece. The beauty of the roots creates a visually pleasing aesthetic.

Did you know bulbs can continue to grow without soil? Simply bundle your preferred bulb plants with some twine and set them on a saucer with a little water for a natural look.

The Cutest Details

Your guests are sure to enjoy the personalized details. Add the name of your guests with these delightful paper carrot table accents from Hester & Cook. Pots of various spring bulbs filled with moss adds color to your table. Blown glass eggs in tiny nests add another interesting design element that your guests are sure to enjoy.

A Whole Lotta Terracotta

Don't be afraid to set up your dining table in an outdoor workspace for a new perspective. A wall of terracotta pots is an amazing backdrop for this creative luncheon. As the perfect setting to devise this year's garden plan, plant up some spring bulbs with your guests, or just enjoy an afternoon brunch with a good friend.

A quick cleaning with a crisp linen can suddenly bring a new life to a space where you typically plant outdoors. Whether you’re hosting an Easter brunch, or having the garden club girls over, consider the possibilities of a party in the garden.

*A special thank you to our new bunny friend, Jake and his mama Kirstin Bianchi for making this photoshoot come to life!