In my previous post, "Where to begin When Designing a Holiday table," I took you through the thinking process I go through when I am deciding on how I want to go forward on a holiday table.
For the centerpiece for this year's Easter table I decided to use moss, baby tears and either daffodils or daisies for my flowers.
Here is the base I started with……..
The next step was to decide on the flowers!
I was all set on the daffodils and then this happened quite by accident…..
I had cut some of the daisies and placed them in a glass of water. They leaned towards the moss and I immediately knew this is the combination I needed to use!!! I love when something like that happens and I just knew it would be right.
At first I had planned on using only moss in the French flower bucket, but after this happy accident happened I knew it had to be the daisies!!
Next I put a container in the middle of the French flower bucket to hold the flowers. I made a ring of moss around the container………..
Next came the daisies!! I placed them in a dome shape in a tight cluster. I then added a touch of yellow in the form of pom-pom buttons…….
Next I needed to addressed the base. My arrangement was starting to look like a little Spring garden to me. To continue the look and feel that was evolving I added a little touch of yellow to the base. I originally thought I would only use moss and baby tears……….
...... But I was really happy with the addition of the yellow button pom-poms.
Now for the fun part I get to put it on the table runner. I also made two smaller arrangements in galvanized buckets to add to each side of the centerpiece.
I will set the table next and show the final pictures. I must admit the making of the centerpiece is always my favorite thing to do.
I hope you all have enjoyed following along in this process with me?! I promise there will be final pictures later.
I am “Enjoying the Process” Of:
Putting together my Easter table for my wonderful family!!