Use clippings and found ribbon to easily bring a bit of the garden to your Spring table by creating easy nature inspired napkin rings for your next gathering.
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I love setting a pretty table and it doesn’t get any better than spring entertaining when it comes to incorporating nature into your tablescape + centerpieces. The world outside is bursting with fresh new textures, colors and inspiration just begging to be brought in.
Grapevine wired ribbon wraps perfectly around a floral Robbins egg blue napkin. Simply cut 4-6 inches and secure around your napkin bending the ends of the wire around each other to hold it in place.
Fresh Green Grosgrain Ribbon tied around a white linen hemstitched napkin creates the perfect nook to tuck 3 springs of Pussy Willow – add one to each place setting by topping each plate with a pretty bundle.
Secure two Rosemary springs around a blue cloth napkin with green florist wire or bakers twine and the aroma alone will have your guests ready for a delicious spring dinner.
Tan linen napkins rolled and tied with a grey gingham ribbon is just the right touch for a Spring brunch – a touch of class but not over done. A small clipping of seeded Eucalyptus pairs wonderfully with the subtle colors – cut one from your centerpiece and tuck it into the ribbon.
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Green Grosgrain Ribbon
Hemstitch White Linen Dinner Napkins
Natural Baking/Cooking Twine
8 Replies to “Nature Inspired Napkin Rings For A Spring Table”
So pretty! And we’re having guests tomorrow night!!
Christine ~ I hope everything goes excellent! I am sure this will be a hit!
So beautiful! I love the fresh greens in the mix. Thanks for inspiring!
Elise- nature always inspires me!
These are gorgeous. Great way to bring the outdoors inside and celebrate spring!
Yes Lily! And to use my ribbon clippings too! Happy entertaining!
Ohhh, pretty! I love these ideas, especially using fresh cuttings. Fantastic!!
Thank you Des! Super cute and easy to pull together!