Easter usually falls when the weather is finally starting to warm up, making it the first holiday of the year when flowers are in season. Use these clever ideas to embrace this spring celebration in style.
The key to this arrangement is picking out flowers that are just as vibrant and eye-catching as the pink marshmallow treats around the edge of the vase.
Sometimes it's the most simple ideas that are the most beautiful, such as this egg-filled basket topped with a plume of baby's breath.
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If you prefer to buy your display, this arrangement of yellow, peach, pink, and lavender roses will blend perfectly with the pastel hues commonly found on this holiday.
Brilliant yellow forsythia comes off as even more vibrant when paired with hard-boiled eggs dyed a soft blue and brown.
Both cabbage and brussels sprouts were used to turn a small assortment of purple and white flowers into this unforgettable centerpiece.
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Easter lilies are some of the most common flowers used to celebrate this holiday and this arrangement pairs them with pink and purple tulips to keep them from feeling boring.
You can't go wrong with a white and cream bouquet of flowers, especially when they're nestled into a rustic, woven basket.
To pull off this genius vase, cut a hole in the top of a head of cabbage and put a wet foam block inside to stick stems into.
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If your position for your tablescape is the more color, the better, this vase of five different shades of tulips will blend right in.
Queen Anne's lace and cream hydrangeas take on a rustic vibe when arranged in a wood-lined vase that's tied up with twine.
This color trend has never looked better, if you ask us. But then again, it's hard to compete to any pink hard-boiled egg.
If you don't want to put tulips on your Easter table, like everyone else, this assortment features a little bit of tradition (lilies) with a touch of modern edge (button flowers).
Opt for a whitewashed peck basket if you want your colorful flowers to pop and steal all the attention on your table.
Sometimes, using fewer flowers lets their true beauty shine through, which is the case for these dark pink tulips.
If you can get your kids to some jelly beans, line your vase with them to help enhance a pastel-colored bouquet.