There are many forms of easter decorations, including easter centerpieces that you can place on your table during Easter.
To make your easter flowers more meaningful, include easter flowers as part of your centerpieces. You can choose to add lilies, irises, daffodils or hyacinths. These spring flowers are very beautiful and they bloom just in time for Easter.
This first centerpiece is a cone topiary centerpiece made of colorful easter eggs. You can use any medium sized pots for this design, terra cotta pots, ceramic pots and even galnised tins. Use the cone shaped foam to form the structure. Cover the cone foam with moss then, using glue, glue the eggs randomly all over the covered foam. Use artificial vines to wrap the around eggs all over to the top. Use floral wires to secure the vines at both ends. These vines can be with small flowers, berries or not.
This is the traditional topiary design, using Easter eggs as well. The 'ball' on top is formed using yellow and green colored eggs. Then, in between, glue small silk daffodil blooms. A simple idea but serves the purpose well.
An elegant candle centerpiece, perfect to place on your dining table. A tall yellow candle is surrounded with yellow eggs, sunfowers, silk foliage and some dried grass.
This is a more freestyled centerpiece. It is made to imitate the nature with the moss, vines, white roses, white freesias, a cute chick, eggs, white orchids, beargrass and eucalyptus leaves.
Thinking of having some fun with your easter centerpiece? Look at this idea. Originally, it is a hyacinth plant in a white ceramic pot. But with the added branches with hanging colorful eggs, it turned out to be a whimsical centerpiece.
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