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Pretty Centerpieces for Spring

To celebrate the first official day of Spring,
I found some pretty and easy table centerpieces to inspire us.
This first one is what I currently have on my table.
I'm sure I will be changing it out many times especially
when the flowers in my yard start blooming.

Here are a couple more from previous years.

As you can see, I usually stick with something pretty easy -
a pitcher or flower pot with flowers and a few other accessories
to make it a little more interesting.

There are so many possibilities.
Using jars or bottles for flowers can be so pretty and
I love how the Spring sunshine reflects through them.

I also love nature inspired centerpieces.
You can get really creative with some spring blooms,
 moss and terra cotta pots.

I have never made a centerpiece using veggies but I have seen
 some like these below that look amazing.
The colors are so fresh and vibrant.

If you like a more rustic look, the combination of flowers in a
 wooden box or crate is such a great look.

Even a paper bag can make a unique statement when filled with flowers.
A plain bag or one decorated with polka dots or colorful twine
adds a special touch.

And of course flowers in a galvanized container
 are beautiful in just about any decor but especially
 farmhouse style that is so popular today.

I hope you have found some inspiration here.
A simple centerpiece can bring the feeling of sunshine and
 springtime into your home.

Have a wonderful day!



  1. Oh so pretty!
    Some of your photos aren't showing on my computer.

  2. So many pretty centerpieces..... beautiful. :)

  3. Shoot, love them all, also love your white and glass pitchers. Have fondness for that bluish/green color. Did you use all real or faux flowers, combos of both?
    You have wonderful natural style I always enjoy seeing. Now I need to go dig out some things to herald first day of Spring.
    Have wonderful week.

  4. As I know I've told you before, I just adore your table and chairs!

  5. Those are all just as pretty as can be. JoAnne. I hope you have a wonderful week. xo Diana

  6. Beautiful ideas for spring!!

  7. Wow! You have found some great pics for Spring centerpiece inspiration! I like simple ones best too. I love the idea of using veggies with their green leaves. Very cute!

  8. I love your flowers, and the inspiration pictures are lovely as well.

  9. Such pretty flowers. Thanks for sharing!

  10. I'm pretty helpless when it comes to creating centerpieces. I like your idea of a simple pitcher filled with flowers for a pretty spring look. You've featured some lovely ideas that I may have to copy in the future. Thanks JoAnne!

  11. Such pretty ideas. I always find myself drawn to the simpler centerpieces for my dining room table. We still have snow on the ground here so the flowers are definitely a welcomed sight!! Have a beautiful rest of your Sunday!! xo

    ~ Wendy


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