Spring is in the air. Bring some of the fresh scent indoors with a bouquet of flowers. Whether you’ll have blooms in your garden or you’ll be grabbing them at the grocery store; this list of spring floral arrangement ideas should have you inspired.
15 Spring Floral Arrangement Ideas
#1. Cut some stems long and let them spread out wide along the edge of the arrangement.
#2. Place baby’s breath in mason jars for an incredibly simple centerpiece.
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#3 Choose a bold color, like deep purple, to mix in with green and white.
#4. Fill a wooden crate with spring blooms to create a rustic centerpiece.
#5. Combine lavender, baby’s breath, burlap and lace for a casual arrangement.
#6. Fill a mason jar with flowers; then wrap it with a paper doily and twine.
#7. Cut stems short — so that the blooms are at the mouth of the vase — for a full arrangement.
#8. Create a large centerpiece by filling a basket with flowers.
#9. Mix pink knock out roses with lush succulents.
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#10. Stick to a monochromatic color scheme for the greenery, flowers and the vase.
#11. Cut stems long and tall for flowers in the center; then emphasize the height with a skinny vase.
#12. Mix in long strands of ivy to cascade down the sides.
#13. Arrange blooms in an old watering can.
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#14. Fill a tin pail with freshly cut tulips.
#15. Use tape to arrange flowers beautifully in a shallow bowl.
There’s no need to schedule a fancy party in order to create a spring centerpiece; just bring flowers into the home for you. Open the windows. Enjoy the fresh air. And breathe the aroma of fresh flowers.
I love the idea of mixing roses with succulents. Plus, we have two knock out rose bushes sitting right in our front yard. I’d also like to pick some of our white and green hydrangeas; then mix them with some sprigs of boxwood for a monochromatic arrangement.
Which floral arrangement idea are you going to try?