Mother’s Day Dining Table Ideas
Mother’s Day is a day to celebrate all of the mothers in our lives. Here are some Mother’s Day Dining Table ideas to help make the day easier.
Feel free to send a link to this blog post to anyone planning a special Mother’s Day. Perhaps a family member, a friend, or yourself. Even if just one tiny Mother’s Day dining table idea is used, the results can be very fun.
Dining Table Ideas
As you can imagine, there is one day a year I try not to be in charge of setting the table.
For the other 364 days, I am all over it.
But Mother’s Day is a fun time to sit back, relax, and encourage my family to have some fun while cooking and setting a table.
For years I just told my boys to head into the Butler’s Pantry and use whatever they want (as long as dad took care of the items that were stored up high) to set the table. I love seeing how creative the boys can be!
I thought maybe I could inspire some of you by sharing some of my favorite dining tables. Perhaps there is an idea or two here that can be borrowed to add some fun to a few of the Mother’s Day tables being set this year.
Sadly, I will not be busy cooking or preparing brunch for my mom as she will be with my dad looking down on all their kids and grandkids as we celebrate the memory of my mom this week. It’s hard to spend this day without my mom by my side but I can promise you she will be in my cherished thoughts all day long.
Mother's Day Dining Table Ideas
Today I am sharing a lot of tables I have created that are a perfect inspiration for Mother's Day brunch or dinner. Enjoy!
Blue and white is such a wonderful color to use for a tablescape. Since blue flowers are hard to find, try mixing purple and pink flowers for a colorful centerpiece.
Pink and copper are two of my favorites when it comes to setting a table.
If you are looking for a fun and spontaneous breakfast, why not set a table on your kitchen island?
We love dining outside and potted plants are a perfect and easy centerpiece to make.
I mixed pink and brown to make a beautiful table.
I love the color aqua and this table created such a fun coastal theme.
I love using items that aren't originally intended for tablescapes. The vases are vintage cheese molds and I draped some of my pashminas over the top of the chairs for a burst of color.
This is one of my favorite tables ever and the pink ombre centerpiece is my favorite.
I loved creating this table and the story behind the tablecloth is a fun one!
This table is so perfect for Mother's Day and the colors are stunning.
This is such an easy way to add color to a Mother's day table.
Some of you may not be mothers or may not be with your mother this coming Sunday. I wish more than anything I could spend Mother’s Day with my mom. Just know that I hope the ideas I share on my blog will inspire or bring joy to many of you. Perhaps that might be for a special occasion, a holiday, or just a dinner on a Tuesday night. I hope enjoyed these ideas.
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All your tables are so beautiful Leslie! I know how hard it’s going to be without your mom this year, but if she were here, she’d be so proud of all the amazing work you’ve done, and how you’re inspiring a whole world of table setters! Thanks for my share of that, and lots of love to you this Mother’s Day!
Oh thank you so much Barbara, that means the world to me!
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Are your black and white dinner plates by Spode? That table setting is my all-time favorite of your tables! Beautiful work – your enjoyment of doing the tables is obvious.
I love the light/shade idea! BUT I cannot find anything to link the light or how to do it. Can you help? Thanks!