Whether you are creating a bouquet or wreath to give someone as an Easter present or designing a floral centerpiece to crown the dinner table at your own celebration, beautiful flowers can make your holiday special. Here are some easy Easter flower arrangement tips that you can use this spring.
During the winter months, it can be a challenge to find a healthy abundance of some of your favorite flowers. Luckily when Easter rolls around, many fragrant and colorful options are finally readily available again. Roses, tulips, daisies, daffodils, carnations and lilacs are some of the popular types of blooms featured in Easter arrangements. You could purchase a dozen of any one of these flowers, or buy a bunch composed of a mixed and match combination.
Easter arrangements are often designed to look pretty, whimsical and cheerful. If you like roses, instead of solely using the classic red, consider selecting buds in yellow, pink, peach and white. Yellow or purple tulips can also brighten up an arrangement. Gerbera daisies are also a flower that is available in a variety of bright hues. Don’t be afraid to try daring color combinations. You might find that pink roses, yellow gerbera daisies and purple tulips make a stylish combination.
Another way to create an original Easter arrangement is to display your flowers in a teapot, pitcher, small hand basket or a mason jar, which can all substitute for a traditional vase. If you prefer to use a classic vase, you can embellish it by tying on a decorative Easter ribbon or encircling it within a dozen painted eggs. If you’re creating a centerpiece, votive candles and mirrors can also add a festive touch.
Creating an Easter flower arrangement is an opportunity to have fun with spring colors, scents and textures.