It’s time to freshen up your dining room with a beautiful spring flower centerpiece. You’ll want to try each of these gorgeous spring centerpiece ideas!
Our crocuses are blooming. Our windows are open. I’m hopeful that spring is here. What does that mean? Yes, it is time to add a fresh spring centerpiece to our dining room table.
From tulips to roses, this list of 13 spring flower centerpieces will inspire you to head to the garden (or the grocery store) and start clipping!
Note: You might want to start with a look at over 15 spring floral arrangements (many of which can be used as a centerpiece, too!).
13 Spring Flower Centerpiece Ideas
Create a free-form flower arrangement with this tutorial from Lemon Thistle. My favorite details? The moody black vase and deep purple tulips are unexpected details for spring.
Laura uses the thriller, filler, spiller method to select the combination for her spring centerpiece (how gorgeous is that vase?!).
This blush pink and blue arrangement from Home with Holliday would make a great fit for a Mother's Day or Easter Brunch.
Besides making a gorgeous pink and orange spring centerpiece, Jennifer also explains how to buy (or pick) roses so that they'll be perfectly in bloom for a special event.
Kati, from Houseful of Handmade, cut purple tulips with long stems so that they casually lean over the edges of the vase. The resulting centerpiece feels simple and easy - not too fussy.
Patti, of Hearth and Vine, shares a clever trick that makes creating a large floral centerpiece so much simpler!
Marie, of Elle Marie Home, cleverly 'deconstructed' a basic faux rose bouquet to fill this vintage ceramic bunny as an Easter centerpiece.
Fill a vintage brass urn with bright flowers like Ariel, of PMQ for Two, did for her Easter centerpiece.
Learn how to make a hand-tied bouquet for your centerpiece. Maureen, of Red Cottage Chronicles, walks you through each step and how she choose the flowers.
Michelle, from Our Crafty Mom, shows us how to make a simple (& faux) spring farmhouse-style centerpiece.
Paula, of Virginia Sweet Pea, filled a basket with white and green flowers to create a simple spring centerpiece.
Grab a teapot from your dining cabinet and fill it with roses, as Meegan Makes did in her home.
Short on time? This centerpiece from Songbird Blog is designed for the busy lady (who still wants a pretty springtime table!).
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