Palm Sunday Tablescape

March 23, 2021

Sarah and I are sharing a beautiful Palm Sunday tablescape with y’all today in honor of the holiday next week. These palm branches were snipped from right outside my front door and I love the height and dimension they add to the table. I can see them being used for so many tablescapes and they couldn’t be easier to style! Aside from the palm leaves, let’s break down the rest of this table because it might just be one of my favorites – the colors are so rich and the pattern mixing is really giving me heart eyes!

The gorgeous hand blocked tablecloth from Sea to Skye was the star of the show! I love how it set the stage for the rest of the pieces sitting atop it and tied them all is just beautifully.

The painted candelabras were a Home Goods find and I just love how they worked with all of the patterns we have going on this table.

The vibrant hand blocked napkins are from India & Ivy and are part of their ‘Cap Ferrat’ line which has me really wanting to be transported to southeastern France ASAP!

The perfectly palm print place cards are from Fernandina Paper Co. which is a digital library of beautiful paper goods. We printed these at home on a thicker card stock paper, but you could also send them to your local printer and have them professionally printed. There’s everything from place cards to greeting cards to gift tags to invitations all for a small monthly fee. Such a genius service!

Footed floral vessels are vintage and borrowed from our mom. I love scouring our local thrift stores for finds like this and if I’m looking for something ultra specific, Esty and Ebay are great places to source vintage finds.

I’ll link everything else below for easy searchin’ 🙂

Hope you and yours have a peaceful Palm Sunday.

xx, mb

Photos by Alisia Thompson