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A French-Inspired Garden and Home by Judith Stringham

7 Beautiful Spring Centerpieces

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Are you looking for a beautiful centerpiece for Spring decorations? One that is unusual and eye-catching for the dining table, buffet, coffee table, or entry table with a delightful appeal? See 7 Spring centerpieces with tips to help you create a similar one for your home this year. 

①  Pink & Yellow Spring Centerpiece 

Beautiful Spring Centerpiece with roses, tulips, oak leaves, mint sprigs
Shake up a traditional roses and tulips arrangement by adding non-traditional greenery from your yard. Oak leaves and sprigs of mint add interesting shapes, textures, and fragrance. 

Variegated lantana in shades of pink and yellow on the same flower head coordinates with both the pink tulips and pale creamy roses. 

Set an iron bunny tied with peach, lavender, and yellow ribbons at the base of the flowers to hide the flower stems in the vase and to repeat the flower colors. 

② Marble Bunny in Basket of Spring Flowers 

Beautiful Spring Centerpiece with marble bunny, faux flowers, and white-washed basket
Flowers, bunnies, and baskets make beautiful Spring arrangements. Put all three together and you have a winning combination for a whimsical arrangement to Usher in Spring

③ A-Tisket  A-Tasket  A-Basket 

Beautiful Spring Centerpiece collects live flowers, faux flowers, colorful dishes, iron bunnies in a brilliant blue basket
What can you collect into a Spring basket? Live flowers, faux flowers, colorful dishes, and iron bunnies made a gorgeous Spring arrangement in a bright blue basket on my dining table.

See A-Tisket, A-Tasket, A-Basket for how I pulled all these together and to read how I got my plates and coffee cup to stand up. There are a few tricks for getting your basket to look like you want it. 

④ The Color of Easter 

Beautiful Spring Centerpiece with redbud branches, pastel jelly beans, purple bowls, bird eggs, and iron bunny in a white basket
What color is Easter for you? For me, the color of redbud trees is the color that comes to my mind when I think of Easter. 

So, it is only natural to create a Spring centerpiece on the kitchen island using redbud branches. Add a clear vase of Spring jelly beans and a stack of purple bowls with birds eggs, and the kitchen shouts, "Spring!" See all the details at The Color of Easter

⑤ Grapevine Wreath Bird's Nest 

Beautiful Spring Centerpiece made using a large grapevine wreath, fresh roses, ivy, and colored eggs
A repurposed grapevine wreath is easy to transform to a large bird's nest for a centerpiece. Fresh flowers from the grocery store and your backyard make the arrangement extra special. Tips for keeping the flowers fresh are included in the details at Spring Celebrations Centerpiece

⑥ Easter Tablesetting in Pink and White 

Beautiful Spring Centerpiece with blooming bedding plant in a white Easter egg cookie jar
Fresh bedding plants are the easiest way to keep a floral centerpiece alive and pretty for several days. Drop a small flowering plant into an adorable Easter egg cookie jar for a super easy and super fast centerpiece. 

Add a few bunny accessories to the table and the centerpiece is finished. Find all the table details at Easter Tablesetting in Pink and White

⑦ French Country Floral Bunny Basket

Beautiful Spring Centerpiece in a French Country rustic twig basket filled with a cement garden rabbit surrounded by lobelia bedding plants
A large rustic basket with a garden cement bunny surrounded by lobelia bedding plants is another super easy, super fast centerpiece. See the entire table setting at French Country Floral Bunny Basket complete with tips for how to use a beloved outdoor bunny on the dining table. 


You may have noticed bunnies show up in almost all of my Spring and Easter centerpieces. Eggs, nests, birds, budding tree branches, and fresh bedding plant flowers are also favorites to use for beautiful Spring centerpieces. 

These seven centerpieces use many of the same items. The little creamy yellow iron bunny with its colorful ribbons appears in three of these arrangements. With a little daydreaming, you can create a variety of centerpieces using your same favorite items in different ways.  


More Spring inspiration is coming your way. 

Thursday, April 2 

Spring DIY & Craft Round Up Party 

I share how to make easy Easter Paper Cones to hold Easter treats. Five of my blogging friends are sharing their ideas for Spring, too. All in time for you to recreate our ideas in your own home this Spring. 

Friday, April 3 

Easter's On Its Way Blog Hop

Once again, Amber of Follow the Yellow Brick Home is hosting a blog hop with over 20 creative bloggers. Come back on Friday to see my Easter Table With Bluebonnets and how I used my Easter Paper Cones as party favors at each place setting. 

If you love seeing beautiful photos of homes decorated for Spring, you will love following the links in this year's edition of Amber's Spring blog hop. 

Hello, Spring! 

The promise of spring's arrival is enough to get anyone 
through the bitter winter. 
Jen Selinsky