Fresh Flowers and Easter Eggs Arrangement - A Life Unfolding

3 Materials
$35
45 Minutes
Easy

Are you looking for a quick and easy idea for your Easter table?


Then I have something perfect to share with you today!


I adore fresh flowers and have them in my home all year round (thank you, Trader Joe’s), and this time of year, I love to add branches, moss, eggs, and anything else that feels like Easter/Spring.


It’s such a simple way to add a breath of Spring to your decor, and here in MI, we need all Spring we can get. ;-

Are you looking for a quick and easy idea for your Easter table?


Gather your supplies

  • Eggs- I used brown and white
  • Large Vase
  • Smaller vase to fit inside
  • Tape
  • Floral sheers
  • Fresh Flowers


Brown and White Eggs

Directions

Boil your eggs- I boiled these for 8 minutes.


I left mine natural as I like the organic look.


Dyed eggs would be adorable also!

Take the smaller vase that your flowers will go into and start making a grid with scotch tape.


This is very helpful for holding your flowers in place when arranging.


Fill the smaller vase with water.


Place the smaller vase into the larger vase.

Putting eggs into vase

Gently lay your eggs into the larger vase one at a time.


Fill to the top.


I used 15 eggs here.

Start Arranging your flowers.


I like to start with the tallest blooms and fill in as I go.

Easy Spring Floral Arrangement

My BEST tip for any flower arrangement is a sharp pair of floral sheers.

Continue filling in with your flowers.


Add greenery to balance everything out.

Fresh Flowers and Easter Eggs Floral Arrangement

TA DA!


How easy is this?


It lasts for three days or so (I don’t like to let those eggs linger!).


The flowers will outlast the eggs so either freshen the eggs or pull them out and let the flowers shine on their own for a few more days.

Easter eggs and Fresh Flowers

I love the organic feel of the fresh flowers next to the brown and white eggs together.



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  • Lailasultani Lailasultani on Feb 27, 2022

    if U leave the flowers to lasts for 3 days how about the boiled eggs? Throw them away? Just curious!

  • Asm50763387 Asm50763387 on Feb 27, 2022

    Whynot use colored plastic eggs from the Dollar Tree? Lots of possibilities there and resable.

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  • Kim Hines Kim Hines on Feb 27, 2022

    Eggs fresh from the henhouse don't have to be refrigerated and are good for about a month raw as long as you DON'T wash them 😬 I know that sounds gross but it's true!

  • Margot Margot on Mar 19, 2022

    Love the flowers - not the eggs ! So many other options.

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