Spring Centerpieces

Many of my spring weddings are getting pushed back for summer or fall weddings because of the Coronavirus. But I couldn’t resist putting together collection of centerpieces showcasing these beautiful spring blooms. Whether you are getting married this spring, or practicing social distancing…these spring centerpieces are a way to bring the outdoors in.

Nothing says spring quite like a tulip, and these multicolored red, orange and yellow open tulips are stealing the show in this centerpiece. I also love the light airy feel that the butterfly ranunculus bring.


This is a fun modern way to have tulips as your centerpiece. It feels clean, earthy, and would not break the bank.


Spring cannot come without peonies being part of the mix. They make a big stunning statement, and pair them with some textural bouvardia, garden roses, and greenery…it’s a spring treat!


I love this mixture of soft spring blooms with the pussy willow branches. You can use multiple vase sizes and minimal flowers and make a big statement.


Tulips, ranunculus, poppies and a little greenery. This might be my favorite kind of spring arrangement.


Another spring star is lily of the valley. I love the way it gives texture to this arrangement mixed with the larger tulips.


Lilac is another spring bloom. I love it paired in this playful way with other bright spring blooms.


Spring arrangements do not have to be in bright colors. We also feel the soft sunshine in this airy arrangement. And blooming branches? This is pure spring.


With tulips and hyacinths in this centerpiece, it could be plucked right out of the garden. A classic white and green color pallet is always classy and timeless.


See those big purple balls? Enter my friend the Allium. I love this hearty spring bloom. I love the way it is the focal point of these tall arrangements, and the other smaller bright spring blooms make us feel like we are in the garden.


Anemones are very on trend right now. They are a bold statement with their black centers, and they really help this pink/peach centerpiece feel more modern.


Tulips, ranunculus, and anemone are just some of the spring blooms in this all white centerpiece.


How about these poppies to pack a punch of color into your spring wedding? With very little greenery this feels sleek and modern, but also very playful.


More poppies in a more subdued color pallet. This time the tulips and ranunculus get to show the bold pops of color.


Loving this vase full of white grape hyacinths. These delicate blooms say classic wedding to me.


All the traditional spring blooms in one vase, all in whites, creams, and yellows. This monochromatic option is not boring at all.


Another way to use bud vases to showcase your spring blooms. These are all varieties of daffodils, and this combination in the center of a table just says “celebrate”.


Another classic white and green variation with spring blooms.


I had to include one of my all-time spring favorites, the foxglove. I love the way it is cascading out of the side of this beautiful arrangement. This bloom can be quite tall and is not always conducive for a centerpiece where it will block eyesight…but I love it here.


These sweet peas are so delicate and beautiful all by themselves…and I am sure the smell in this room was dreamy!


More spring favorites in this colorful arrangement that is full of movement.


This row of fritillaria going down the center of this table is so stunning and chic.



Coral Charm peonies are coming to work again in these arrangements. Below, just two blooms and some greenery are enough to make a stunning and simple centerpiece.


Love the height of this arrangement using bells of Ireland and lisianthus. The dark branches also remind me of spring as some trees are still coming out of their dormancy.


More spring branches and tulips give this centerpiece height and drama.


This pink centerpiece is full of blossoming cherry branches, but you have to look close, or you might mistake them for something else.


And for a clean modern feel, just blossoming cherry or crabapple would be stunning as a centerpiece.


That is all of the spring eye candy I have for today. If must just be my way of wishing spring were here fully.

Thanks for reading flower friend!


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