Keep it Simple Centerpieces for Spring

spring luncheon daffodils centerpiece

No need to buy fancy flowers to create an eye-catching centerpiece. Look how a collection of vintage bottles in old crate adds character to everyday daffodils.

flowers and moss installation by poppies and posies

I admire the creative use of moss to create what could become a table runner for your table. The execution is not that simple but the look is. You can use pin frogs to hold the flowers in place. Ask your florist to pair the flowers with the pin frogs.

single blooms bouquets :: yellow centerpieces

An easy to make arrangement simply requires that you cut yellow tulips all the same length and fill your clear vase with lime slices. Other options is a structured single blossom bouquet. The half sphere is pretty. Look no further that your kitchen cabinets to find your vases.

CREDITS:
+ daffodils on old crate: Beauty Everyday
+ Garden moss installation: Poppies and Posies
+ tulips and limes: Southern Living – photography by Tina Cornett / Styling Cindy Manning Barr
+ Once Wed for Wedding Style Guide Issue 12

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3 Responses to “Keep it Simple Centerpieces for Spring”

  1. Great ideas. The daffodils in the old bottles are just perfect. I love your blog.

  2. I love the daffodils with the lime slices. Nice and simple. Sometimes, I put a colorful piece of fruit, such as a green apple, in a short, round vase filled with water.

  3. Too bad I didn’t check your blog before I set my table for Easter brunch! What lovely ideas :)