I’m Greeting Easter with a Flower-filled Basket, Bunny Egg-shaped Plates & Eggs with Easter Messages~
Dogwood blooms were added to the basket for their symbolism & significance of this holiday~
My basket is filled with a potted Azalea that can be planted in the garden, along with stems of hydrangea from the grocery store which are tucked in a water-filled bottle, secured and concealed with moss. Pots of ivy are also tucked inside along with a few Easter Eggs.
I conditioned the Dogwood branches overnight in a bucket of warm water and floral food. You can leave your branches in a bucket and then tuck them in your basket at the last minute. Otherwise, you’ll want to use water picks to prevent the dogwood blooms from wilting.
You can find some helpful tips on conditioning floral materials and stems here.
The Easter Bunny visited me early and brought some new plates from Pottery Barn :)
And vintage-inspired Easter Eggs found at Michaels, open to hide treats inside~