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Easter Flowers
A must have for Easter Dinner, A Centerpiece Showstopper!

 Easter is the sign of all things spring, there's no better decision than to make sure your table is covered with breathtaking flowers. These 12 Easter Flowers are truly representative of the holiday, and their beauty goes without saying. Stick with brights, pastels, and colorful arrangements of the following flower varieties.

Nothing says “Easter” like a fresh bunch of yellow Daffodils. Representative of unrequited love, they’re a nice batch to have on the table.thumb_daf.jpeg


Purple Hyacinths symbolize forgiveness, which seems pretty appropriate considering the religious background of the holiday. They also give off a lovely sweet scent that won’t overwhelm guests.thumb_images.jpeg


Represent your holiday cheer on the table with a vase filled with Chrysanthemums, some of the most luscious flowers out there. Specifically, white chrysanthemums are said to represent truth.thumb_cushions.jpeg


Long associated with both gratitude and humility, a bright collection of Bluebells makes for a lovely decor addition on the Easter table.thumb_blue bells.jpeg


Roses are the classic fit for any situation — just make sure you’re picking the right color. Pink, peach, and yellow are all excellent choices for the occasion, symbolizing appreciation, passion, and joy respectively.thumb_roses.jpeg

While the white Lilythumb_lily.jpg is the traditional Easter flower representing both love and hope, don’t be afraid to branch out this year with more colorful lilies — like the beautifully speckled tiger lily.thumb_rehost_2016_9_29_f0b422b0-d4d1-4c89-87f2-d6b2e4b1e767.jpg


Another popular pick on Easter is the Daisy, which symbolizes purification. While these beauties only come in one color from Mother Nature, many florists have dyed varieties that add some creativity to the mix.thumb_images poms.jpeg


It seems everyone loves a pretty Tulip, and thanks to their large range of colors, you’re likely to find the perfect match for your table’s decor. Oh, and did I mention that they symbolize the many kinds of love.thumb_tulips.jpeg


These beautifully Ornamental Orchids symbolize love, strength, and beauty — not bad. The intimate designs patterned into the petals also make for a stirring centerpiece.thumb_orchid.jpeg


These little bunches of Hydrangea can fill a centerpiece in no time. They represent gratitude and sincere, heartfelt emotions.thumb_hydrangea.jpeg

Don’t let their name confuse you — Sweet Pea flowers are some of the loveliest and most delicate. Indicating pleasure and bliss, they’re sure to put a smile on all of your guests’ faces.sweet peas.jpeg



Happy Easter


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