We’re sharing a quick and easy Spring Wreath Centerpiece as we team up with some of our favorite ladies for the Easter Celebrations blog hop hosted by the always fabulous, Amber of Follow the Yellow Brick Home!
If you’re coming over from Emily’s blog, Le Cultivateur, welcome, we’re happy to have you here! Didn’t you love her silk-dyed Easter eggs? Talk about gorgeous!
Hanging on to Spring…
It’s hard to believe Easter is right around the corner, isn’t it?
Spring always feels like one of the shortest seasons of the entire year, yet it’s the one I treasure most and find myself wanting to hold onto the longest.
This year, we had the opportunity to redo our laundry room. While I had no plans to be living in a construction zone during one of our most beloved seasons, I know having a new laundry room is a huge blessing. So we’ve been making the most of it!
Instead of decking the whole house out with lots of blooms and Easter décor, we’ve chosen a few of our favorite places to create quick, easy, and festive vignettes.
One of those places is our breakfast nook where we have coffee and tea nearly every day.
Our coffee station sits right in between the breakfast nook and the kitchen. It’s such a fun little spot to dress up or down no matter what the season.
This spring wreath centerpiece is one of those ideas that is so easy it almost doesn’t even need a step-by-step tutorial. That said, if there is anything we need this close to the holidays, it’s quick and easy!
Here’s a look at how to create a festive spring wreath centerpiece in no time…
Spring Wreath Centerpiece Supplies:
- Spring Wreath (We found this one at Joann’s)
- Large Bowl, Box, or Basket (We’re using an ironstone basin)
- Variety of Faux Flowers, Floral Picks (We found these Joanns and Michaels)
- Bunny (We found this one at Hobby Lobby)
- Floral Foam, Flower Frog (I’m using a plastic bin that was in the organizing section of the dollar store as a DIY Flower Frog)
- Wreath Stand, optional
- Ribbon, optional
Spring Wreath Centerpiece Steps:
Gather your supplies.
Make sure your bowl, box, or basket is free from dirt and debris.
Next, place your floral foam or flower frog in the middle.
We found these plastic bins in the organizing section of the dollar store. If you flip them over, you can use the slats to help secure your faux flower stems.
Place your spring wreath between the flower frog and the edge of the bowl, box, or basket you’re using.
Our wreath can be used in two different ways. Here’s a look with the greenery on top…
And here is what the wreath looks like with the flowers on top…
Given our spring wreath centerpiece will be used on our coffee bar, we gently secured our wreath into the basin and then allowed it to rest against the wall.
If you’re not able to rest your wreath against the wall, you’ll need to use a wreath stand.
No matter where you place it, you’ll need to make sure all your materials are secure. That way, they don’t come tumbling out of your bow, box, or basket.
Once you have your wreath stable, begin placing your faux flower stems in your flower frog.
I usually finish ¾ of my flowers, then fluff the rest at the end.
We found all of these faux flowers and flower picks at Joanns and Michaels on sale.
After your flowers are in place, add your bunny to the top of the plastic bin.
Then add a ribbon to your bunny if you like.
Continue to add picks and flowers around the base of your spring wreath centerpiece until you can no longer see the DIY flower frog or base of the bunny.
Step back and enjoy!
A Last Minute Easter Decorating Idea…
I think this entire project took maybe 15 minutes so it’s definitely something you can put together at the last minute as long as you have all the supplies.
We love this spring wreath centerpiece because it was quick and easy yet feels festive all at the same time!
Plus, you can use any wreath you have on hand which makes this project super convenient.
In fact, we chose to use the greenery side of our wreath, so we made sure the greenery was placed at the top. But had we placed the flowers at the top – our spring wreath centerpiece would look like this…
Total Bridgerton vibes, right?
If you’re trying to decide if you should even bother decorating for Spring, remember you don’t have to do it all up. Just add a few spring vignettes to your favorite places and call it good to go!
Up next on the Easter Celebrations blog hop is my dear friend, Michelle from Thistle Key Lane. She’s also super talented and could no playing make a paper bag look amazing!