Decorate your tablescape with pastel Easter flower arrangements made up of spring flowers. Easter takes place during the spring season, which is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of all the amazing spring colors that pop up in nature. Popular colors for Easter are yellow, pinks, light greens and purples. There are so many colors that these beautiful flowers come in, so the hard part is choosing which ones you want to use in your arrangement.
Create Easter flower arrangements with seasonal blooms like daffodils and tulips, both of which represent rebirth and new beginnings. A similar look could be created using our Save the Sunflowers Combo Pack, made up of sunflowers, Star of Bethlehem, solidago, Craspedia and blue thistle. If you don't celebrate the Easter holiday, these suggestions can also work well with a spring or Passover table.
Keep on scrolling to see the step-by-step guide on how to create your Easter flower arrangements.
Here's what you'll need:
- Your choice of vase
- Easter eggs
- Easter carrot decor
- 2 stems of silver dollar eucalyptus
- 5 stems of light pink roses
- 3 stems of white tulips
- 3 stems of Queen Anne's lace
- 6 stems of daffodils
1. Prepare your vase
Begin by picking out your vase; we went with a short and small vase for this look but you can use any type of vase for your Easter flower arrangements. Then, create a grid using tape so that your stems can nestle.
2. Begin to assemble
Add your greenery; for this arrangement, we used a couple of stems of silver dollar eucalyptus and weaved the stems into the grid. This variety of greenery has different laterals you can cut off to use, so one stem can go a long way.
3. Add your filler flowers and delicate flowers
We added in the Queen Anne's lace and then added some roses. Then finished the arrangement by adding our daffodils and tulips. We used a variety of daffodils, from yellow to bicolor yellow and white variety. This is something you can apply to the Easter flower arrangements you create.
Bonus: DIY greenery table runner
Want to keep things simple? Use greenery like silver dollar eucalyptus to create a table runner. A few stems of this eucalyptus embellished with Easter eggs and a few carrots are all you need to dress up the table!