There are certain flowers that make me think of Easter. Hyacinth, lilies, and daffodils are a few of my favorites. And today I want to share some simple Easter floral arrangements with you. I’ll be doing this as part of the Styled + Set Easter Entertaining Blog Tour with some of the most elite bloggers I know!
If you made your way here from Life on Virginia Street, wasn’t Sarah’s table beautiful? She is one of my favorites!
Lory from Designthusiasm does a beautiful job organizing these holiday tours. You will be able to visit her post on Thursday, but today, be sure to visit all of the bloggers linked at the end of my post.
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Of course hydrangeas are not exclusive to Easter or spring, but in a planter, with their huge, dark green leaves, they make perfect Easter arrangements.
The blush pink glassware and floral plates combine with the more ordinary flowers for an Easter look that can carry you through the surrounding weeks.
If you have been following along, you may know we have been decorating a loft in Colorado. We are almost finished and it felt amazing to add a bit of Easter and spring decor.
Try gathering 25 – 30 and leave the stems long enough to droop over the edges of a vase.
Add candlesticks for an elegant Easter centerpiece.
Layer trays to elevate your tulips arrangement.
If for no other reasons, buy these for the scent.
From this spot they make our whole living room smell wonderful. (Plus another glimpse of our almost – completed space.
As much as I love to create floral arrangements with more details, at times something simple is all you need.
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Now, I want to send you to my dear friend Bree’s Simple Easter Entertaining. She is a talented designer with a beautiful blog called ZDesign at Home. I know you’ll enjoy it!
Once there, please continue by visiting all of the bloggers sharing their Easter Entertaining ideas!
Please click below to visit the posts:
If you missed Monday’s posts:
My Soulful Home | Cotton Stem | Maison de Pax
Taryn Whiteaker | StoneGable | Zevy Joy | Becky Cunningham
Designthusiasm | On Sutton Place | Shabbyfufu | Julie Blanner
Bless’er House | Sand & Sisal | French Country Cottage | Craftberry Bush
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