Here I played with the the visual of the vase. Rather than a more traditional vase where all the cut florals are in either tall or low vases -- where the blossom takes center stage - I stood the tulips up - and it created an entirely new look.
With four tall vases -- odd numbers are usually best in landscape garden design compositions as well as tablescapes - no need for all matchy/matchy. However, here the “even-steven” number of the vase focal point worked just fine.
I filled the bottom of the tall vases with cut blue decorative glass.
I placed them on round mirrors to amplify the look and create more visual interest for seated dining guests.
I brought out my happy, little glass bunnies that accessorize all kinds of spring home decor displays.
Still, the tablescape display called out for more. I tried the glass candle holders in varying sizes. I filled the candle bowls with spring peas - usually used for split pea soup - and nestled the blue floating candles on top of the peas.
I added the tiny garden ornaments place/name holders and just like that -- the glorious spring colors of yellow, blue, and green beamed joyfully.
The change-up in the height and style of the tulips in the vase standing up makes the viewer linger to enjoy.
If you’re looking to design a tablescape that will make your spring guests swoon, consider this design.