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Father’s Day is around the corner, y’all– just a few days away actually! Believe it or not, Father’s Day tablescapes are some of my favorites to design. I love a challenge, and the idea of not using pretty pink flowers is a hurdle for me. So, it’s fun finding ways to merge feminine prettiness (for lack of a better term) with more neutral/masculine tones. For this year’s Father’s Day dinner decorations, I went with coastal blue tones with greenery and natural hyacinth mixed in. I also ordered a meat bundle and white cake from Hy-Vee to keep the whole celebration as simple and seamless as possible. Keep reading for all my Father’s Day table setting and food ideas! Also, check out the video below to see how the whole celebration came together.
Father’s Day Tablescape
Here’s everything I used to style this year’s Father’s Day tablescape-
- Blue Striped Tablecloth– I love this light blue striped tablecloth so much, but it’s for a smaller round table. To make it work, I draped it diagonally over a white oval tablecloth.
- White Oval Tablecloth– Since the blue tablecloth wasn’t quite bit enough, I used this white oval tablecloth as a base.
- Hyacinth Table Runner– I’ve looked everywhere for a hyacinth runner and finally found one on Amazon!
- Hyacinth Chargers– These hyacinth chargers get more use than pretty much anything else in my table decor arsenal. They’re just so durable and versatile!
- Blue Striped Napkins– These match the tablecloth, and I love that they’re practically wrinkle-proof. Stains come out super easily, too!
- Blue Goblets– I used these blue goblets to pull some more blue into the Father’s Day tablescape. They’re on the pricier end, but they’re so gorgeous, and I find myself reaching for them whenever I can. You can see them in last year’s 4th of July tablescape, too!
- Etched Whiskey Glasses– I know not all men drink whiskey, but Kyle certainly does… so it only made sense to incorporate etched whiskey glasses into each father’s day table setting.
- Gold Flatware– I found this uber affordable gold flatware set on Amazon and use it whenever I can.
- White Ceramic Dinner Plates– There’s nothing special about these white dinner plates– they’re just classic and super well made.
- Sprigs of Silver Dollar Eucalyptus– I used small sprigs of silver dollar eucalyptus to jazz up the plain white table settings a bit.
- White Side Plates– Same as the dinner plates, there’s really nothing special about these. They’re just great affordable side plates!
- White Ramekins– There wasn’t much extra room on the table, so I used these white ramekins as small bowls for individual Caprese salads.
- Father’s Day Centerpiece– I used a ginger jar, two Split Rock whiskey bottles, and two blue bud vases to create a long Father’s Day centerpiece. I was hesitant to use flowers at all, but I found some blue carnations at Hy-Vee and decided to give them a go. I paired them with white carnations and a bunch of greenery (eucalyptus, ruscus, lemon leaves– pretty much all the greenery I could get my hands on).
Another thing I love about these Father’s Day table setting ideas is that they can be used all year long. Nothing’s too seasonal or festive.
So what do y’all think? Are you a fan of the blue flowers or no? I know they’re not exactly masculine, but I saw them at Hy-Vee and just couldn’t resist.
Also, be sure to check out the Tablescapes tab on my blog for more fun tablescape ideas!
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Just so you know, I was reimbursed for the cost of these products as part of a sponsored social campaign with Hy-Vee. I loved this project so much that I decided to feature it on my blog, as well, although I had no obligation to do so. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.