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Fresh Spring Flowers and Accents for Easter Centerpieces

Spring is such an uplifting season thanks to the warming weather, perfect for decorating with fresh and colorful flowers inside just as Mother Nature has done outside. Additionally, Easter is the ideal seasonal occasion to create beautiful centerpieces that will bring both joy and festive energy into any space. Wondering how to get started? Let the floral professionals here at Cascade Floral Wholesale in Everett, Washington fill your mind with serious decor inspiration. To that end, here are some ideas and tips for designing Easter centerpieces with fresh spring flowers and accents.
Tulips in many colors

Choose a Color Scheme
The first element you need to tackle is creating the right color palette for your arrangement. For a cohesive and polished look, select a scheme for your centerpiece that harmonizes with the occasion. Pastel shades of pink, yellow, and purple are popular choices for Easter, but you can also mix in some bright colors like orange or even blue for a more eclectic look. The choice is yours.
Flowers and Easter eggs

Select the Flowers
Bearing your color palette in mind, the next step is to figure out exactly which blooms you want to star in the centerpiece. Fortunately, there are many radiant spring flowers to choose from, such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, and of course, lilies. Consider the size and shape of each flower when selecting them, as well as their fragrance and durability. This will help you assess which blossoms play well with one another.
Daffodils, ribbons, and egg

Add Some Accents
To make your centerpiece more visually interesting and dynamic, add some accents; popular options include greenery such as eucalyptus, spring berries, sprigs of pussy willow, or Easter-themed elements like eggs or bunnies. Fresh herbs like rosemary or lavender can also add a pleasing and earthy scent to your arrangement, adding to the overall ambiance.
Flowers in mason jars

Choose the Container
The container you use for your centerpiece can have a big impact on its overall look, so make sure the aesthetics align with that of the arrangement. A simple vase or mason jar can work well for a rustic or casual feel, while a more elaborate vase or urn can add a touch of Easter elegance. Be sure the vase or container color aligns with the blooms and doesn’t clash with or overpower them.
Person making floral centerpiece

Arrange the Flowers
Finally, it’s time to bring together the centerpiece as a whole. Start by arranging your greenery and/or accent elements in the container, and then add the flowers in a balanced and nuanced manner. Vary the heights and textures of the blooms for visual interest, and make sure to keep the stems hydrated to ensure a longer-lasting arrangement.
Tulip and daffodil easter centerpiece

Show Off Your Creation
Now that you’ve created the perfect centerpiece for your Easter celebration, it’s time to set it in a place of honor where everyone can admire your handiwork: in the middle of the table, of course. Or, if you’ve just been following along to get some serious Easter inspo, get in touch with us here at Cascade Floral Wholesale in Everett, Washington. We have everything you need to create a centerpiece worthy of such an important holiday.