Spring is in the air... Well, almost. It's the end of February and the tail end of winter and we are counting the days until warmer weather, sunshine, and _ becomes the norm. We've had a few previews--(anyone else in the tri-state area LOVE that unexpended record-breaking 73-degree day we experienced last week?!)--and it's gotten us extra excited for spring to come.
Fresh air and fragrant flowers--we are ready for you! One way I'm welcoming the season is with floral bouquets!
Did you know Feb. 28 is National Floral Design Day? Hey, I'll take any excuse to celebrate with a bundle of blooms. I love displaying them all over the house, but I don't love spending lots of money of them--so I'm sharing a few simple tipsand ideas to create your own beautiful arrangements on a budget.
Freshly picked wildflowers of varying heights always add a rustic appeal to a DIY arrangement.
Minimalism keeps it easy, clean, and simple to create.
Mix varietals and vegetables. Easter comes early this year, and this easy-to-make arrangement is perfect for your holiday table.
Get creative with your vases! Even a scooped out pineapple makes a lovely home for a few tropical blooms.
Fill tall glass vases and canisters with different types of citrus fruits: lemons, limes, and oranges. Then top with a few overflowing flowers. It looks super impressive, but is actually incredibly easy!
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