How To Create A “Peachy” Summer Tablescape

peach themed tablescape set at a long white farmtable. White dinner plates are topped with a peach pattern melamine plate and a white linen napkin with a woven napkin ring sits beside each place setting. The center piece is a large pedestal white bowl filled with fresh peaches and peach tree leaves, and 3 vintage brass candlesticks with white tapers surround the centerpiece.

I had so much fun creating the tablescape this month for our monthly dinner club! We decided on a summer theme, so I thought it would be fun to do a peach theme. Come along and let me show you how to create a “peachy” summer tablescape.

If you are coming over from Simply 2 Moms welcome! I’m so glad you are here! Wasn’t Ann and Anne Marie’s tablescape so beautiful and creative?

My inspiration for this table was the cute peach melamine plates I bought at Hobby Lobby several months ago. I picked up a few of the salad plates to layer on top of my thrifted white dinner plates.

overhead view of white dinner plate stacked with white salad topped with peach print salad plate gold fork and knife to right of plate and peach leaves beside plate on top of woven table runner

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My sweet friend Shannon (aka My Little White Barn) and I had a barn sale a few weeks ago at her adorable white barn.

We used my white farm table for display and it was still in the barn, so I decided it would be the perfect setting for my summer tablescape.

long white farm table in front of white barn doors with grapevine wreaths on doors peach themed tablescape White dinner plates are topped with a peach pattern melamine plate and a white linen napkin with a woven napkin ring sits beside each place setting centerpiece is a large pedestal white bowl filled with fresh peaches and peach tree leaves, and 3 vintage brass candlesticks with white tapers surround the centerpiece.


She also happens to have a small peach orchard in front of her house, so I was able to cut some branches to use on my table.

To be perfectly honest, the peaches aren’t quite ready, so I couldn’t use real peaches for my tablescape. Luckily, you can find some fairly nice looking artificial ones.

place settings for a “peachy” summer tablescape

overhead view of white dinner plate stacked with white salad topped with peach print salad plate gold fork and knife to right of plate and peach leaves beside plate on top of woven table runner


For each place setting, I used a large white dinner plate, layered with a smaller white dinner plate, then topped off with my peach pattern salad plate.

As I’ve mentioned before, I have a lot of thrifted white dinner plates I have collected over the years. I’ve never paid more than a couple of dollars per plate and they come in very handy when doing any tablescape.

I highly recommend starting a collection of them, if you don’t already have white dishes.

I also have thrifted clear vintage goblets that are used at most of my table settings and for entertaining.

Those are also easy to find at thrift stores and estate sales. You can find lots different color goblets too. I have a set of amber ones I like to use with fall tablescapes paired with my brown transferware.

fall tablescape with white tablecloth 6 place settings with white dinner plate brown transferware salad plate on top of dinner plate and large real leaf on top of salad plate amber goblet beside each place setting brown white gold plaid napkin tied in knot to left of each plate brass candlesticks down center of table with ivory tapers large brown vase with fall flowers in center of table pinecones scattered along table for decor

For this peach themed tablescape, I used ivory linen napkins I purchased on clearance at Arhaus several years ago, and pulled them through woven napkin rings.

I finished off each place setting with gold flatware and a clear goblet.

overhead view of white dinner plate stacked with white salad topped with peach print salad plate gold fork and knife to right of plate and peach leaves beside plate on top of woven table runner

centerpiece ideas for a “peachy” tablescape

Three rectangle woven placemats were placed down the center of the table to create a runner. They were touching each other, with no space between, so you can’t really tell it’s not an actual table runner.

This farm table is very narrow, so I opted for a table runner and no placemats. The plates slightly overlap the table runner.

A large white pedestal bowl filled with peaches and a few peach leaves was the perfect centerpiece for a “peachy” summer tablescape.

The large bowl in the center of the table added some drama.

I use this bowl for so many things. On a daily basis, it sits on my kitchen island and holds fruits and veggies.

I added several branches from the peach tree down the center of the table and sprinkled a few of the faux peaches along table between the leaves.

side view of white farm table with peach themed place settings and centerpiece of white dinner plate stacked with white salad topped with peach print salad plate gold fork and knife to right of plate and peach leaves beside plate on top of woven table runner centerpiece of large white pedestal bowl filled with peaches


For a finishing touch to my centerpiece, I added 3 vintage brass candlesticks with ivory tapers.

Candlelight adds such a nice ambiance to a dinner party, don’t you think??

peach themed tablescape set at a long white farmtable. White dinner plates are topped with a peach pattern melamine plate and a white linen napkin with a woven napkin ring sits beside each place setting. The center piece is a large pedestal white bowl filled with fresh peaches and peach tree leaves, and 3 vintage brass candlesticks with white tapers surround the centerpiece.
peach themed tablescape set at a long white farmtable. White dinner plates are topped with a peach pattern melamine plate and a white linen napkin with a woven napkin ring sits beside each place setting. The center piece is a large pedestal white bowl filled with fresh peaches and peach tree leaves, and 3 vintage brass candlesticks with white tapers surround the centerpiece.
side view of white farm table with peach themed place settings and centerpiece of white dinner plate stacked with white salad topped with peach print salad plate gold fork and knife to right of plate and peach leaves beside plate on top of woven table runner centerpiece of large white pedestal bowl filled with peaches
peach themed tablescape set at a long white farmtable. White dinner plates are topped with a peach pattern melamine plate and a white linen napkin with a woven napkin ring sits beside each place setting. The center piece is a large pedestal white bowl filled with fresh peaches and peach tree leaves, and 3 vintage brass candlesticks with white tapers surround the centerpiece.
peach themed tablescape set at a long white farmtable. White dinner plates are topped with a peach pattern melamine plate and a white linen napkin with a woven napkin ring sits beside each place setting. The center piece is a large pedestal white bowl filled with fresh peaches and peach tree leaves, and 3 vintage brass candlesticks with white tapers surround the centerpiece.


I hope you enjoyed this tablescape idea and found some inspiration to create a peachy summer tablescape of your own!

If you need more summer tablescape inspiration, you can see my backyard lemon themed picnic here.….

lemon themed outdoor summer tablescape. white plates, bamboo utensils, white daisies, and a vintage picnic basket

or my red white and blue tablescape here….

a red, white and blue table setting with a stack of plates at each place setting placed on top of a 12x18" flag used as a placemat. A white dinner plate, then a smaller blue transferware dinner plate, a fluted edge white salad plate topped with a red transferware salad plate. A blue bandana for a napkin and silverware are standing inside a clear glass goblet. Scrabble tiles with a patriotic word are at each place setting.



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Be sure and check out all of the other summer tablescape inspiration from this wonderful and creative dinner club group!

You’re sure to find tons of inspiration.

Next up is Stacy at Bricks N Blooms, and you’ll definitely want to see the beautiful tablescape she created. Then follow the links at the bottom of each picture below.



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21 thoughts on “How To Create A “Peachy” Summer Tablescape

  1. Michele,
    This is so refreshing. I love the peaches. These are so fun to do together.

    1. I couldn’t agree more Rachel! I just love this dinner group!

  2. Oh, Michele. This is absolutely gorgeous! The peaches are a perfect touch for summer and the mix of gold and cream colors is so classic. Pinned!

    1. Thank you so much Jen! Yours was beautiful, as well.

  3. What a beautiful summer table Michele. How fun to set it outside with Shannon’s gorgeous barn and peach orchard…just perfect!

    1. Thank You! Shannon has a beautiful place and it truly was a perfect setting!

  4. I’d sit out there! Not only is the table just beautiful but the setting is too. Just peachy keen! 😉

    1. Aww, thanks Cindy!! Shannon has a beautiful place.

      Thanks so much for following along and commenting!

  5. This is absolutely the prettiest table, Michele! Those cute peach dishes are the best. You have inspired me so much and I would love to feature you on my weekly wrap-up blog post this week.

  6. Michele your table looks beautiful! I love those candlesticks!

  7. Gorgeous! You have inspired me.
    Blessings to you.

    1. Oh, good! I am so glad you like it.

      Thanks so much for following along and commenting!

  8. What a pretty backdrop for your table!!! I love all of the thrifted and vintage elements that you used to create this. Peaches are so pretty…it’s such a great theme to use! Beautiful job, Michele!

    1. Thanks so much Rachel! I always appreciate your comments and kind words. Have a wonderful rest of the week!

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