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Can you believe Easter is like in two weeks? Today I’m excited to share with you 4 ways you can create an Easter centerpiece. What I love about an Easter centerpiece, you can also use it in general all throughout the Spring!!

Today I’m super excited because I’ve joined an amazing group of talented bloggers & they are each sharing their Spring/ Easter ideas with you too. You can check them out on the links at the end of this post. So much Spring/ Easter inspiration coming your way today!!!!

Use a Crate

I love to use a crate as my starting piece for a centerpiece. I then started layering it with different items. The first thing I use to style the crate was a floral arrangement. I also gathered kitchen items to add texture. I used bowls, plates, & some coffee mugs. I added a dove figurine that is perfect for the Spring & Easter. The last added touch to put this crate centerpiece together was a candle.

Neutral Centerpiece

For all my neutral loving friends, I did not forget about you. You can check out my Easter Tablescape here. I decided to be a little bold &use a pink & white tablecloth. You can check it out here. I decided to create a very simple neutral centerpiece. Here I used a pitcher with some Hydrangeas & 2 potted flower plants. I had this vintage Rabbit sign that I used in the center. I used some salad plates & soup bowls. To finish it off I used some wooden eggs I found at Target Bulleye section & two tea candles

Whimsical Centerpiece

Okay this was super fun to create. I wanted to be a little dare devil & use pops of colors by using pink and white florals. I started off placing some Hydrangeas in the middle. Then I used two small pitchers that I found at Hobby Lobby. I placed one on each side. I mix both faux stems & real flower stems. Then to add some depth, I used a standing cookbook. I picked a photo that reminded me of Spring. I finished it off with some faux wood eggs & a dove figurine.

Hydrangea Centerpiece

Last but not least, how about just a simple display of Hydrangeas. I have to say I love using them all year round , okay except Christmas . They are simple just a beautiful floral that makes a big statement. I am learning tricks & tips to help them last longer. I will need to write a future blog post about that but for now let me just stick with how they make the perfect Spring/ Easter centerpiece.

Don’t forget to check out these amazing bloggers for more Easter Inspiration:

Rebecca From Rouse the House

Emily From Le Cultivateur Blog

Heidi from Eleanor Rose Home