3 Easter Centerpieces
Signs of spring are popping up on our table thanks to a trio of centerpieces recently created by our stylists. Some of our favorite vessels got a fresh look for the season with natural finds and the garden's brightest blooms, plus a few sweet bunnies and eggs. First up, our Habit & Form Rectangle Trough becomes a tabletop planter for early-season bulbs. A mix of fragrant muscari and white hyacinth sprouts from a base of clump moss, dried Easter grass, and mossy branches. We finished the planting with a few springtime accents-- speckled paper quail eggs and a resting rabbit.
For their next design, our stylists started with a Candle Centerpiece Trough. We planted a green pairing of pansies and spiderwort, then tucked in fresh-cut hellebores and a few sprigs of dried grass. A trio of ivory beeswax tapers illuminates the planting.
The final style in our trio of centerpieces begins with a Fillable Tabletop Candle Wreath and a few more beeswax tapers. Inspired by springtime nests, we filled the wreath with a mixture of dried Easter grass and mossy branches cut to size. Then, we nestled in a mixture of natural eggs and subtly dyed ceramic eggs to complete the look.