{Inspiration} Spring Centerpiece

{Inspiration} Spring Centerpiece

I’m SOOOO ready for Spring to get here.
I’m ready for flowers, gardening, Spring clothing, and some sunshine! I’m not looking forward to allergy season… but, my readiness for spring is overriding my fear of another sneezing season. In my desire for Spring to get here I decided to create some Spring-like centerpiece items. I used them as decor at the Portland Creative Connection event… now they sit on my diningroom table making me happy all day long. I think these decorations would be cute for any Spring event including Easter dinner, an afternoon May day celebration, or a Mother’s Day brunch.




Spring Centerpiece Details:

  • Burlap square breaks up the white table cloth and gives a rustic feel to the table.
  • Brightly colored carnations go from cheap flower to inexpensive and beautiful arrangement by clustering them together in jam jars.
  • Paper flowers painted with water colors will last long after the carnations are gone! Check out this Pinterest board for faux flower ideas and tutorials.
  • My favorite detail was water colored leaves cut out and glued to real sticks… I think it makes it so whimsical and sweet!
I’ll have some easy DIY posts up in the next couple of weeks to help prep your Spring table for Easter, May day, Mother’s Day, or just the every day!

What are you looking forward to this Spring?

Oh, and don’t forget to add your {Weekend in Review} post to my new Linky party!
I’ll be sharing some of my favorites each week!
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Written by Jenni

Jenni is a freelance writer and media assistant based in Portland, OR. A Well Crafted Party is a blog about all the little things to celebrate in life. Follow Jenni or A Well Crafted Party with BlogLovin, RSS feed, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest.
Website: http://awellcraftedparty.com


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