Simple Spring Centerpiece and Vignette Ideas
I give full credit for this post to my Mom who asked me last year to help her put together simple Spring centerpiece and vignette ideas because she was traveling so much she didn’t have time to decorate the entire house.
It’s something I’ve done in my own home quite often.
Especially now, as I get older and prioritize wellness and decluttering over seasonal crafts and décor.
I know some of you might also be traveling a lot, are trying to cut down on seasonal clutter, or don’t have the energy to craft in this season of life for whatever reason.
So, I thought I would share quick and easy Spring centerpiece and vignette ideas with you today.
Honestly, most of these ideas are so easy you don’t really need a step-by-step.
That said, they all feel like a festive way to celebrate the season.
Here’s a look at some of our favorite Easy Spring Centerpiece and Vignette Ideas…
Decorating with Baskets:
My love for baskets is kind of like my love for decorating with blush and white, it truly knows no bounds.
Using baskets in spring centerpiece and vignette ideas is one of the easiest ways to welcome the season into your home both inside and out.
They’re relatively small, simple to move, and don’t take up a lot of extra room.
Especially, if you’re creating a vignette with something like this Egg Basket Flower Arrangement.
Over the years we’ve used baskets as quick and easy centerpiece and vignette ideas in a Spring Bunny Tablescape…
in the entry and the kitchen as part of a spring flowers home tour…
and an Easter basket centerpiece for the front porch.
Dough Bowl Spring Centerpiece and Vignette Idea:
Another simple Spring centerpiece and vignette idea is to use an antique dough bowl. We created this one for our dining room with lots of flowers and sweet bunnies in just minutes.
Decorating with Boxes and Crates:
Seasonal decorating with boxes and crates will always have a special place in my heart.
One because we made this DIY Dutch Tulip Crate as a present for my Mom.
While she mostly uses it at my childhood home, Loblolly Manor, it was fun to dress it up with potted plants for a spring-inspired tablescape while it was here.
Another piece that has a special place in my heart is this simple spring centerpiece created from the wheelchair ramps wood my bestie S used following her accident.
It was such a sweet surprise from my Dad, and I’ve used it in multiple seasons throughout the year!
Cake Stand Spring Centerpiece and Vignette Ideas:
I created this DIY European Farmhouse-Inspired Cake Stand from a light cover several years ago and have been blown away by the response to this post.
It’s a fantastic base for any Spring centerpiece and vignette idea because it can easily be dressed up or down.
Ironstone and Transferware Centerpiece and Vignette Ideas:
Finally, it would be tough not to talk about spring ironstone and transferware centerpiece and vignette ideas.
They’ve been two of my favorite things to collect over the years.
We’ve used them on tablescapes,
on the kitchen island,
and on the front porch too!
We even snuggled a wreath inside an ironstone bowl to use in the breakfast nook.
It’s getting harder to find both big and small pieces of ironstone, especially in Florida, so if you see a piece you love scoop it up.
They’re really easy to decorate with!
I hope these easy Spring centerpiece and vignette ideas have helped!
I totally get we’re all busy and sometimes just need a little something to make the spaces in our homes feel festive without a lot of fuss.Until next time, I’ll see you on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.
I also share your love of baskets, I think it might be some kind of addiction! 🙂 I simply adored your basket that combined both eggs and flowers. This really is the perfect Easter decoration!
Aww thank you, Heidi! Baskets are totally my jam too. I swear you can use them in a million different ways and dress them up or down. Plus, they add a fun layer of texture which is always nice. Sending you hugs for a happy week, CoCo
CoCo, you always have such beautiful decor, simple and elegant. Love the use of wood from something I am guessing was a life changing event. We never know what life has in store for us, but we make the most of what we have. I have many baskets, but most of them are in the attic, I need to do a better job of utilizing them in our decor. Thank you for your inspiration and ideas!
You’re so sweet, Cara, thank you. I try to keep things as no fuss as possible no matter what the season! While it was definitely a hard time for us now that we’re on the other side of it I’m thankful to have gone through it because it taught us a ton of lessons along the way. I think it’s exciting you’re going to incorporate more baskets into your decor. They’re super easy to use and they go with everything! Big hugs, CoCo
Thank you for coming by my blog and for your kind and encouraging comments.
Just ran into another post from you and it is so lovely, Absolutely love all your floral
arrangements they are just so beautiful and elegant, yet simple, also they are in my
fav color as I am a pastel lover myself. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us.
So I am at a link party and your image jumps out at me. Its happening all the time lol. I am a total fan. Recently I have been hunting for a tin backdrop like you have (sigh). That said you whole home is fabulous, how do you find the time to be so creative! You inspire me CoCo. Enjoy your weekend.
I just love your decorating style! Every vignette is filled with simple elegance! All the bunnies, ironstone, and beautiful flowers look perfect for Spring! Thanks for sharing and giving us so many wonderful ideas! Happy Spring!