This year we celebrate Easter much earlier than usual and so the spring fever can appear earlier. Spring festivals are certainly celebrated with magnificent flower arrangements and wonderful colors. And because Easter is one of the biggest festive occasions in spring, we would like to dedicate today’s article to just that.
How about you? You like to decorate for Easter and which types of flowers do you use for your Easter decorations?
Spring is the time of year when everything awakens to new life and inspires people to goodness and beauty. Even if not all types of flowers bloom in the garden on time for Easter, you can always implement your Easter decoration ideas with flowers bought in the flower shop.
The best way to make Easter decorations is with wild types of flowers
The color of the Easter eggs should harmonize with the color of the flowers
Which are the types of flowers that people like to use as Easter decorations??
Without exception, all spring flowers are beautiful and enchant you with their splendor. Nevertheless, there are some that are better suited for making Easter decorations because, for example, they stay fresh and pretty throughout Easter and create a festive atmosphere. If you would like to make Easter decorations and enjoy the fresh scent of the flowers a little longer, we recommend decorating with potted plants. If you are determined to work with cut flowers, be sure to follow the specialist tips of the florists.
An additional arrangement made of natural materials enhances the desired mood for the party
Usually a lot of hyacinth, tulips and daffodils are used at Easter. But today we would like to add some splendid types of flowers in order to expand the design options for each of you. So many wonderful flowers bloom in spring that it would be a shame to narrow down to three.
Because there are plenty of tulips, you can also do crazy things with them, such as conjuring up a door wreath
Decorating with flowers is easy, but don’t allow any exaggeration
Easter decoration with wonderful spring flowers
There are so many beautiful flowers that you can incorporate into your Easter decorations. Perhaps it would be best if you think about the overall color scheme of the festival and choose the blossoms or flowers to go with it. It goes the other way too, of course – choose the most popular types of flowers and design the party according to this color scheme.
Now we would like to remind you of some magical types of blood that are easy to get, but unfortunately sometimes are left out.
You can incorporate the bulbs of the spring flowers into your design
The freesias smell wonderful and with a single shrub in the room you can enjoy the blooming beauty for weeks. You don’t get the delicate blossoms everywhere, but with timely planning everything will work out wonderfully. The freesias last a long time if they are cut off and get along with all other spring flowers together in the flower vase.
With the choice of freesias, you can enjoy the glory of spring with each additional bud that opens
With freesias you can create both wild and very elegant decorations
Since when has the willow been a flower, you might ask … Anyone who walks along a river in spring will immediately notice bendable, drooping branches with yellow flowers. The willow also blooms and makes excellent Easter decorations, both for door wreaths and for interior purposes. You can get willow branches in any large flower shop.
Those who do not know the pastures can only be pleasantly surprised
Design with moss – this is particularly appropriate in spring
If the fern isn’t fully rolled up this year, use other green leaves
This is often confused with the peony, in contrast to which you can get ranunculus in flower shops almost all year round. The plant is available in several colors, stays fresh for a long time and looks simply gorgeous.
The ranunculus is often used as a decorative element on various festive occasions and can be perfectly combined with all other spring flowers.
Small and fragrant beauties can make up all of your Easter decorations
Handicrafts with natural materials can be wonderfully done during Easter
Some only know the primrose as a medicinal plant, others have never heard of it. But one thing is certain – everyone has seen her many times without knowing that her name is primrose.
Wild looking, exotic and often edible flowers have been a trend in recent years that can be described as natural. Just try something new!
Feel the closeness of nature by choosing wild and lesser-known flowers
The nest is a powerful symbol, which looks wonderful to complement the Easter eggs
Daisies and violets
These two pretty types of flowers can be found everywhere as soon as the sun shines more intensely on the earth. It is a bit tedious to collect the small but very aromatic violets, but together with the daisies (or other wild flowers) they create a colorful and wild mixture that is simple but very effective.
lily of the valley
Even if the lily of the valley cuts a good figure next to lilacs or tulips, you can design stylishly and even alternatively with lilies of the valley. The delicate, white flowers and the dark green leaves have the desired contrast and can make a perfect Easter decoration all by themselves.
Be open to even more beauty and boldly try out several options!