Find a round up of floral centerpieces and table inspiration for Easter. You’ll find tips for using spring flowering bulbs, blooming branches, a blooming cabbage vase, easy 5 minute centerpieces and more!
I’m hopping down the bunny trail and sharing a round-up of floral centerpieces and table inspiration with Easter on its way!
Flowers are harder to come by with fewer shopping trips these days while we’re all sheltering in place. Spring is in full swing here in North Carolina and I’m anxiously awaiting ‘the bloom’ and to have flowers to cut in the garden!
For this week’s edition of Monday Morning Blooms, we’re revisiting some favorite floral posts and sharing some blooming inspiration in anticipation of Easter. I know I find myself in need of some flower therapy these days and my hope is these flowers will help brighten your day too. ♥
Click on the links in red for the complete post, DIY details and table sources. You’ll find my blogging friends links to their floral inspiration at the bottom of this post.
DIY blooming table runner with fresh flowers for an Easter or spring table! Snowball viburnum blooms join hydrangeas and decorative eggs in a runner down the length of the table.
Alfresco table with a blooming watering can, butterflies and bunny and chick with eggs for spring or Easter.
Create an easy centerpiece, using the ‘vase within a vase’ method! The walls of the vase are filled with jelly beans that look like speckled eggs. The inner vase holds spring blooming dogwood branches and plum tree blossoms, with a few decorative eggs tucked among the blooms.
White chocolate bunnies from Dollar Tree are nesting in colorful paper shred “grass” alongside blooming hyacinths, in a tureen and a bunny cabbage vase.
Tulips fill a vase of jelly beans as a centerpiece for the table with colorful plaid, tulip dinnerware, bunnies and eggs
Tips and tricks to create an easy blooming basket centerpiece the EASY WAY for Easter
A fun DIY spring or Easter arrangement using a cabbage, along with a wheelbarrow-toting bunny and tablescape with Hilltop Garden friends!
Bunnies blooming with spring tulips, hyacinths, sprigs of forsythia and eggs on a favorite floral tablecloth.
This easy blooming centerpiece uses pots of bulbs from the garden center that can be planted in the garden after the blooms fade. You can see it used as a centerpiece for the table, here.
Bunny cottontail-white hydrangea join pink alstroemeria and Charmelia for a centerpiece.
A black and white table and departure from a pastel palette for Easter. Green Spanish moss provides a decorative layer over pots of muscari to nestle and ‘hide’ eggs. Lindt mini milk chocolate chicks and bunnies provide an edible treat tucked in among the blooms.
You may have noticed that I use this white soup tureen often for flower arranging (rarely for soup :). No flower arranging skills required when you drop in some potted flowering bulbs (paper-covered pot and all!) into your bowl, basket or tureen. You can usually find small pots of azaleas, Easter Lilies and flowering bulbs at the grocery store the week before Easter. Top with colorful Easter grass or paper shred, tuck in a few colorful eggs and add a vintage postcard for an Easter greeting.
Visit my talented friends to see their Easter blooms and inspiration:
Pam at Everyday Living
Shirley at Housepitality Designs
Lidy at FrenchGardenHouse
“Our Lord has written the promise of resurrection, not in books alone, but in every leaf in springtime.”
– Martin Luther