The countdown to Easter is underway and I have an easy centerpiece for your table that you can throw together in under 5 minutes. . . best of all, no flower arranging skills required!
I started with a tureen (without its lid) and a $5 pot of hyacinths from the garden center at Walmart. The hyacinths can be planted in the garden to be enjoyed next spring after you’ve enjoyed the blooms indoors. You can use the bowl or basket of your choice for this easy arrangement instead of a tureen or potted flowering plant. You can usually find small pots of azaleas, Easter Lilies and flowering bulbs at the grocery store the week before Easter.
Water your pot of bulbs well and drop them in your container, paper and all. I topped the bulbs with decorative Easter grass I had from a basket. My “grass” is actually shredded paper and adds a festive Easter touch while concealing the soil and paper liner on the hyacinths.
Tuck in some decorative eggs to nest in among the flowers. I added a vintage-inspired “Easter Greetings” postcard.
You can find more Spring and Easter Centerpieces and Table Inspiration, HERE.
These bunnies rowing their boat of Easter eggs is a favorite Easter postcard of mine for obvious reasons. 🚢🐰;)
The winner of my giveaway and a Floral Bunny Salad Plate Set is Clara!
Thanks to all who entered.
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