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Easy Spring & Easter Centerpiece That Anyone Can Create

Beautiful Spring And Easter Centerpiece That Anyone Can CreateI’m so looking forward to some spring like weather. At times we’re a least seeing some sunshine which is promising, but still getting snow every few days. So to perk up the place and make it feel more like spring I stopped at the market and grabbed a few flowers that felt Spring and Easter like to me. 

Beautiful Spring And Easter CenterpieceThe trick I use when creating a centerpiece is to pick flowers in two contrasting colors, in this case the Hot Pink and Yellow, add a flower that contains both those colors, the Snapdragons, add a splash of white and add draping greens. 

Beautiful Spring And Easter CenterpieceIt always seems to be the perfect mix and never fails to looks showy. I also like to have the flowers at different heights and have a few spilling over the container. I find the less I mess with it and just place the blooms as I go the better I like the arrangement. 

Beautiful Spring And Easter CenterpieceI think I can overthink it sometimes and end up not being happy with the results. I’ve had this batch on my dining room table for two weeks now and the tulips are just stating to wilt. I’ll remove them from the arrangement and let the others stay until they begin to fade. 

Beautiful Spring And Easter CenterpieceFlowers are so expensive that I like to keep them as long as I can. I find changing the water every day is a big help with keeping them fresh. As the bouquet becomes weeded out with spent blooms I’ll break it up into smaller arrangements to use around the house. 

Beautiful Spring And Easter CenterpieceJust because one variety is past it’s prime doesn’t mean I have to throw away the whole batch. I’m going to get as much enjoyment out of them for as long as I can. 

Beautiful Spring And Easter Centerpiece Ideas Using Grocery Store Flowers



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  1. What a beautiful flower arrangement Dawn. The blue vase really makes the flowers very showy and 2 weeks…wow!!

    1. Jeanie I was surprised to get two weeks from the arrangement too, normally tulips don’t last long at all.

  2. Kathleen G says:

    A pretty and cheerful Spring table:).
    Using small vases for the last of the flowers is a good idea.
    95 yesterday, broke a record:(.
    Have a beautiful day,
    Kathleen in Az

    1. Kathleen, your killing me with those temps. Not to brag but it hit a big 51 here today and it felt like a heat wave, lol.

  3. I like your tip of changing the water daily – never thought of that.

    I don’t like artificial flowers so it’s a challenge and costly to always have fresh flowers. My latest is to by 6 packs of plants at the nursery, use them in the house for a week and then plant them in the garden.

    1. Carol what a brilliant idea for the 6 packs. We’re still getting snow here so planting won’t be happening till June here. You always have such beautiful flowers in your home, and I love how you did the last simple arrangement on the dining table.

  4. Love this table as it screams Spring. Love the colors. Yes, I toss the flowers that have seen its Day and place the ones that are still going strong in another container, getting a “new” little arrangement out of it! You are one who never wastes anything and finds a way to recycle/ reuse to its fullest prettiness!

    1. Shirley yes flowers are so expensive I have to find a way to use them until they’re spent. It’s fun too trying to make them into a new arrangement.

  5. Love your Spring centerpiece – the flowers have such vibrant colors.


    1. Judy I though the colors were magnificent too. They called my name and I just had to have them.

  6. I bought Tulips last week to try to bring in some Spring! It can be dreary here in MI. Love your blog. Happy Spring Dawn!

    1. Lorraine, I know what you mean I’m over this Michigan weather. Today it was 51 with partial sun, it felt like a heat wave.

      1. It’s sunny this am. Is it too soon to put our chairs out on our front porch? Hmmmmmm..ready for our time on the porch!

        1. Lorraine, How lucky you are, it’s still cold here and windy so even when the suns out it’s not warm enough to be outside for any length of time.

  7. Debbie Lorson says:

    Loved your arrangement. What an interesting blue vase too. I need to get some from the grocery store soon.

    1. Debbie I found that vase at TJMaxx and love it, it was only $12 so I snatched it up. I’m hoping to use it in different ways throughout the summer for a pop of color.

  8. So pretty Dawn. Your spring centerpiece is so cheerful and pretty. Love the little burlap carrots too.
    Super sweet. Happy New Week.

    1. Kris, I know those carrots are so darn cute. I think there were 10 for $5.

  9. Such a Happy Easter setting! Love it.

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