Create an unforgettable perfectly peachy tablescape worthy of a celebration with these 9 simple steps! A pretty table design for any occasion.
Are you planning a dinner party?
Hosting a bridal or baby shower?
Maybe throwing a birthday bash?
If so then I’ve got the perfect summer tablescape design for you.
This month our virtual supper club friends are getting peachy.
If you’re new here, you may be wondering what a virtual supper club is.
Every month we get together with our friends Stacy, Rachel, Jen, and Michele and share beautiful tablescapes and recipes on our blogs.
It’s so fun to see what everyone in our group comes up with each month.
There’s so much talent and creativity with this bunch of bloggers just wait until you see!
And to add even more inspiration, we invite a different guest host to join us each month.
We’re thrilled to welcome Coco from The Crowned Goat this month.
This month our virtual supper club is featuring Everything’s Just Peachy tablescape ideas today and delicious recipes on Saturday so be sure to come back!
Get the links to our previous tablescapes for even more inspiration at the end of this post.
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- How to Design a Peach-Themed Tablescape
- Creating a Perfectly Peachy Centerpiece
- Incorporating Fresh Peaches in Centerpiece
- Should You Use Real or Faux Greenery and Florals
- How to Add Sparkle to a Summer Tablescape
- How to Style Table Place Settings
- Decorating Other Areas of the Dining Room
- More Peach-Themed Tablescape Ideas from Our Friends
How to Design a Peach-Themed Tablescape
When we decided on a peach theme for this month’s dinner club I was a bit nervous about what to do with my table but I think this may be one of my favorites.
Naturally, I had to incorporate fresh peaches on my table but I wasn’t quite sure how to pull it all together because I tend to prefer simple decor.
My tendency is to use a more neutral color scheme.
So the color peach isn’t really one I’d gravitate toward but I decided to just allow the fruit to take center stage for my tablescape design and I really think it paid off.
But you be the judge and let me know at the end of this post in the comments what you think.
For this tablescape, I had almost everything at home to set this pretty summer table.
I only had to purchase new linen napkins and of course the peaches.
So before you head to the store to purchase anything look around your home for pieces that you can use to decorate a beautiful tablescape.
Creating a Perfectly Peachy Centerpiece
I love to create a more elaborate centerpiece rather than just a vase of flowers in the middle of the table.
So I find it easier to start with the centerpiece and then move on to each place setting.
If you’re a regular reader you may remember my long wood tray that I got years ago from Home Goods.
Don’t worry I found a similar option long wood tray for you here if you love it as much as I do.
I think it would also be an easy DIY project if you’re feeling handy and want to make one it could save you some money.
Since I haven’t used the tray in a while I decided to pull it out and use it as the base of my centerpiece design.
Incorporating Fresh Peaches in Centerpiece
I bought the large peaches at Costco and the smaller ones from the grocery store.
The mix of both sizes adds interest to the centerpiece.
It would also be fun to cut some of the peaches in half for even more color and interest.
Should You Use Real or Faux Greenery and Florals
I wanted to keep the flowers and greenery simple on the table and considered using clippings from my yard which would have been super pretty.
Instead, I found these small pieces of faux eucalyptus stems that I had cut from larger branches to mix in with my garland at Christmas.
Don’t be afraid to take apart a larger faux floral piece to make it work for your design.
The small stems were easy to tuck in between the peaches and candles along the wood board.
I also hung some of the leaves off the edge of the tray onto the table to give the centerpiece a more relaxed vibe.
The simple white flowers in the blue-tinted vase are a gorgeous complement to the peaches.
This faux floral stem of baby’s breath was another long full branch that I cut apart to make smaller pieces.
How to Add Sparkle to a Summer Tablescape
Don’t forget to add candles to your table!
I decided to scatter a bunch of gold votive jars with tea-light candles around the table centerpiece instead of using tall candlesticks.
The different styles of the candles bring some interest and the low profile is great for a dinner party to allow guests to easily talk over them.
How to Style Table Place Settings
Once the centerpiece was complete I moved on to setting the table.
Layering each place setting gives you the opportunity to add different textures, colors, and patterns to the table.
I love the neutral textures and colors both of these layers give the table.
Next, I placed my everyday white dinnerware with a linen napkin between the two plates.
The soft blue linen napkins add a little color to the place settings and set off the rest of the neutral colors on the table.
Using gold flatware coordinates with the candles in the middle of the table.
And setting out two wine glasses per guest lets people use one for wine and the other as a water glass.
Placing a peach on each plate brings a bit of charm to each place setting.
However, I couldn’t just do that…I wanted even more texture so I grabbed these little mini wood charcuterie boards I got last year and placed the peach on that.
The single peach on top of the place setting adds a personal touch to the tablescape.
Decorating Other Areas of the Dining Room
I like to sprinkle a little bit of the table theme throughout my dining room so that the entire space looks cohesive.
Because the lavender stems I had in here before styling this peach tablescape wouldn’t have looked very good. LOL
I found these beautiful faux peach branches at Michaels and knew they’d be perfect for the sideboard console table.
Oops, I lied because I bought these stems too…well maybe I didn’t lie I just forgot about them earlier.
The large glass bottle jug vase matches the smaller blue-tinted vases on the dining table.
And the size of the peach tree blossom branches makes such a statement on the console table, don’t you think so?
I added wood candlesticks on the other side of the black sideboard to coordinate with wood accents on the peachy tablescape.
I hope I inspired you to host your own Everything’s Just Peachy party!
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Sources: gold flatware | stemless wine glasses | wine glasses | round woven placemats | wood chargers | white dinnerware | faux eucalyptus stems | faux baby’s breath flowers | blue linen napkins | long wood tray | set of gold votive candles | peaches |mini cutting board | filled votive candles | ribbed glass vase
More Peach-Themed Tablescape Ideas from Our Friends
Next up on the tour is our friend Rachel from The Pond’s Farmhouse.
Wait until you see her beautiful outdoor table!
Be sure to click each of the blog names below the photos to get even more inspiration for your peach-themed table.
If you’re a blogger and you’d like to join our virtual dinner club for a month leave us a comment below or contact us here.
If you have any questions or suggestions, contact me or leave a comment!