Vintage Floral: Graduation Table Inspiration

June 08, 2020 · by Brittani Scott

Covid-19 may have altered some plans, but the class of 2020 has graduated!

Whether the ceremony was in person, on Zoom, or by drive-thru, this graduating class will have quite the story to tell their children one day.

We at Dainty Jewell’s are proud of all the graduates and wish you the very best as you move into a brand-new season of life!

Over the weekend, I was blessed to celebrate with my cousin, Jadrien Reed. (Love you, Jade! I’m so proud of you!)

Part of the celebration included a graduation table, decorated with pictures and mementos, and I was asked to help put Jadrien’s together.

She wanted it to have a vintage feel, with greenery and neutral colors. With that in mind, we got to work, and I absolutely love the way it turned out!

This cascade of photos was a fun and elegant way to share a little peek into Jadrien’s life. We also included notes with some of her favorite things and memories.

These adorable floral wreaths are from Hobby Lobby. We added a little more greenery to them and hung a picture in the middle with a piece of twine and a tiny clothespin.

Jadrien loved her table, and we loved celebrating her even more!

Jadrien's favorite scripture is Romans 8:28: "And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose."

This scripture has been on my mind throughout this season of worldwide pandemic and unrest in our nation. As we pinned it to her table, I thought it was so appropriate for the 2020 graduating class.

Keep loving Him and walk according to His purpose. If you do that, you can stand on His Word and trust that He's working all things for your good -- even a "quarantine graduation!" ;) 

If you graduated this year, let us know how you celebrated! Join the conversation over on Instagram @daintyjewellsblog

Brittani Scott

About Brittani Scott

Brittani Scott is a follower of Jesus who is passionate about connecting others to Him through worship, blogging, and more. She is happily married to the love of her life and together they are planting a church in Seattle. Find Brittani on Instagram @BrittaniScott.