With Spring in the air and Easter just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about bright and cheerful Easter bouquets to adorn your home or send to friends and loved ones. Since this time of year is all about blooms, there are plenty of options to choose from.
The most common flowers to feature in Easter floral arrangements include tulips, lilies, daisies, and roses. Select blooms in white or pastel colors, and consider accenting your bouquet with easter eggs, bunnies, and chicks. Or, send some of these easter flowers to brighten up a friend’s spring!
While Easter lilies and tulips are certainly beautiful, some prefer to break the mold. If you’re looking for something a bit on the unique side, it’s hard to go wrong with this lovely arrangement of ranunculus blossoms. These lovely rose-like flowers in white, pink, and peach are mixed with lush greens for a bouquet that is sure to please even the most discerning recipient.
When spring has sprung, you can be sure beautiful, colorful tulips will soon be in full bloom. Seventeen stems of sunny Dutch tulips in red, pink, and yellow are arranged inside a square glass vase and presented in a garden green satin covered hatbox with a gold organza bow. It’s a perfect option for giving as a gift to a loved one nearby or across the country. The warm sunny colors and simple yet stunning presentation will delight even the most discerning recipient!
If your favorite part of the holiday is dying a rainbow of pastel eggs, why not recreate it in a bouquet? This beautiful bouquet of dyed roses should do the trick! 12 or 24 roses are carefully airbrushed in pastel shades of blue, purple, lavender, pink, yellow and green. Include an adorable stuffed bunny or a box of almond powder sugar cookies for an extra Easter treat!
For those who want to honor the religious significance of the Easter holiday, a bouquet of creamy white lilies is hard to beat! Lilies have long been associated with the resurrection of Christ, and are used to symbolize purity, hope, innocence, and peace. The large, lovely blooms have a delightful scent and are presented in a white ceramic vase adorned with a silver cross.
Here’s an unmistakable Easter icon made of fragrant florals. Mini carnations in yellow and pink, cushion poms in lavender, white carnations, and Athos poms are sculpted into the shape of a striped, pastel easter egg. It’s the sort of whimsical, cheerful presentation that’s perfect for a family with children or anyone who is a kid at heart. Accented with a “Happy Easter” mylar balloon, this arrangement is sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face!
Orchids are the floral symbol of luxury and opulence. And creamy white orchids make for a perfect Easter bouquet. These white Dendrobium orchids are imported from Thailand and carefully selected for freshness and beauty. You’ll get a lush, full bouquet with 30 stems of orchids reaching at least 14 inches in height. Accent them with the Lavender Scallops vase, choose another vase of your preference, or skip the vase and get the flowers on their own.
This darling little bouquet is a great way to brighten up an office or a small apartment for the Easter season. At only eight inches high by six inches wide, it makes a wonderful centerpiece for your Easter table too! Multicolored roses in warm, soft hues are accented with a bright, colorful ribbon and pastel plastic eggs. The whole arrangement is then placed in a woven basket for the perfect, charming Easter bouquet.
If you’re looking for something a bit brighter than pastels, this cheerful bouquet is for you! The natural warmth of sunflowers is mixed with pink alstroemeria, green poms, and purple daisy poms. This festival of colors is then arranged in a clear glass vase filled with plastic Easter eggs for a cheerful and fun spring bouquet that will certainly brighten anyone’s day.
Nothing says Easter quite like the adorable bunny featured on this egg-shaped vase. He’s holding on to a soft pink ceramic vase filled with peach spray roses, pink tulips, lavender, white daisy spray chrysanthemums, pink heather, and myrtle greens for a burst of pastel colors sure to make you feel the warmth of springtime. Next year, you (or your recipient) can use the vase to hold jellybeans or pastel candies. It’s just that cute!
Capture the whimsy and wonder of childhood with this floral Easter basket. Tulips, daffodils, hyacinth, hydrangea, forsythia, and lavender are artfully arranged in pastel colors of pink, lavender, and yellow. Presented in a pastel striped basket and accented with a mini plush bunny and a hot pink butterfly, this arrangement is reminiscent of a lush garden in springtime.
From us at Flower Glossary, we hope you have a wonderful Easter season!