3 Looks for Spring Garlands
When it comes to spring décor, we're loving colorful, metal garlands of flowers and leaves that are newly-arrived for the season. Beautiful for trailing down the table or decking the doorstep, these garlands are made from flexible wire, so they're also an easy addition to almost any display. Our stylists have been finding creative ways to brighten the spring home with garlands. Today, we're sharing three of our favorites.
First up, our Pressed Metal Flower Garland comes to the table as a simple centerpiece that's perfect for Easter dinner. We wrapped the garland along a faux quince branch, then illuminated the display with a string of delicate, silver Stargazer Lights. Pair your centerpiece with pastel linens that complement the colorful flowers.
Our Pressed Zinc Leaf Garland is headed to the doorstep, where it provides a touch of silver to a swag of spring greens. We started with a bundle of tulip magnolia branches that had finished blooming, tied together with trailing ribbons in soft pastels. Twine the garland into the greens, then tuck in wispy asparagus fern, fresh-cut peonies and allium, seeded eucalpytus, and faux ranunculus for a pop of color. If you're using your swag outside, be sure it's under cover to keep the garland and faux blooms safe from the elements.
For our final look, the Pressed Metal Flower Garland is hopping onto our natural Easter basket. To start, we filled the Woodland Birch Basket with a Pot et Fleur inspired combination of planted crocus, pansies, jasmine and angel vine plus fresh-cut ranunculus and poppies. Next, we created an arch of blossoming forsythia branches over the basket handle. Our colorful garland, dyed eggs, and a cement bunny complete the look. After Easter, remove the eggs and bunny for a beautiful spring centerpiece.