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A SPRING INSPIRED FLOWER ARRANGEMENT FOR EASTER

 

Are you as excited to celebrate spring as I am?

 

 

The weather here has been so beautiful lately, we are {finally} outside

 

 

 

in the morning with our coffee and at lunch time for a quick salad.

 

 

Antique French Watering Can

 

 

The garden is starting to come back to life,

 

 

and every time a flower lifts its pretty head

 

 

and says “hello! I’m here!” it makes me so happy.

 

 

Antique Hand Woven Splint Basket

 

 

WELCOME TO MONDAY MORNING BLOOMS!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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For this little “drinks” table setting in the garden

 

 

I layered a small circular table with an antique French sheet

 

 

and gathered some of my favorite antique French pieces for the rest.

 

 

 

What could be better for a spring or Easter table?

 

 

 


Country Gardener Towels

 

The flowers are simply arranged in an antique French enamelware pitcher.

 

 

They are all my spring favorites:

 

 

tulips, freesia, wax flowers and statice.

 

Yours too?

 

 

Antique Hand Painted French Enameled Pitcher

 

 

 

Keeping the flowers all to one color family always works.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The tulips are such a beautiful color, aren’t they?

 

 

And those freesia smell heavenly.

 

 

 

 

 

Using French Country antiques in the garden

 

 

is always a pretty idea.

 

 

Antique Old Paris Compote

 

 

 

Our Country Gardener Tea Towels {using as napkins!} with their charming design

 

 

of rabbits, wheel barrows, watering cans, cabbages

 

 

and seedlings add an amusing touch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This arrangement is one everyone can do.

 

 

I cut almost all the flowers the same length

 

 

and let the tulips go where they wanted.

 

 

{not that there is a choice!}

 

 

 

 

 

I hope that as you are planning your family’s Easter

 

 

you will pick up a little bundle or two of fresh flowers

 

 

and arrange them to your liking

 

 

flowers make everything more beautiful!

 

 

Please visit my friends by clicking on their names below.

 

SHIRLEY at Housepitality Designs

 

 

MARY at HomeIsWhereTheBoatIs

 

 

 

PAM at Everyday Living

 

 

 

and ME at FrenchGardenHouse

 

If you want to romance your Home and Garden with antique and vintage treasures to make you smile each time you come home, visit our shop FrenchGardenHouse.

12 Responses to A SPRING INSPIRED FLOWER ARRANGEMENT FOR EASTER

  1. It is always a treat to visit you in your beautiful French Spring garden. I am always in awe of the beautiful containers that you use for your floral creations and the exquisite antique accents on the table and in the garden. You truly have captured both the French and California vibe of Easter/Spring in the garden. I am enjoying your sunshine too…it’s been a bit dreary here to say the least. Now I so love the flowers, but must say I LOVE the pitcher! I spy a “coming attraction” …. Happy Monday Lidy…my favorite Mondays are sharing it with my wonderful Monday Morning Blooms friends!

  2. Garden love Lidy! What could be better than celebrating the beautiful spring weather and Easter in your garden?! Such a beautiful bouquet of blooms in your swoon-worthy antique French enamelware pitcher! I’m loving your sweet Country Gardener Kitchen Tea Towels too…I wish the Easter bunny would bring me one! 🙂 As always it’s a treat to start my day with my flower friends. Thank you for the beauty this morning. <3

  3. I throughly enjoy the Monday morning flower ladies and all of the ideas I gather from each. Your use of the the antique linen sheet for the tablecloth caught my eye. To be outside in the garden with the very best you have to offer is like saying thank you to “Our Maker” for bringing us us through a long Winter. Freesia Is among my favorite but here in Colorado it never smells as heavenly because of the lack of humidity her in Colorado. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Lidy, how I love the antique hand-painted French enamelware pitcher with your beautiful blooms! Your garden is so perfect for a small table full of lovelies. I can just imagine sitting in the warm sunshine, in your pretty garden, and sharing conversation with you, how wonderful that would be. It is a gorgeous day here after a stormy start to Palm Sunday. It is my pleasure to share Monday Morning Blooms with my friends. Wishing you blessings during this most Holy Week!

  5. Once again I admire your casual, yet elegant style Lidy! Gorgeous combo of blooms and I love them paired with a simple bowl of pastel eggs…what a divine spot to sit and enjoy, surrounded by your beautiful garden! Happy Easter Lidy~

  6. Thank you Pam, I love sharing our Monday Morning Blooms with you too! Wishing you a blessed Holy Week, friend. xo Lidy

  7. Lidy this is beautiful and love the antiques. This has a elegant yet casual garden feel. You always amaze

    Enjoy your week

    Cindy

  8. Lidy, Charming post! I love your antique French hand painted enamel pitcher full of pretty spring flowers. I do think your analogous color scheme is quite pleasing. I love your flower choices also.
    Happy Easter, Lidy. He is Risen indeed!

  9. Hello, Lidy,
    Lovely photo’s of all your flower’s so enjoy and I want to wish you and your family a very Happy Easter.
    Also so sad about the C. Church We saw in PARIS year’s ago when we were there on vacation just breath taking. Thank goodness they saved a lot and it will be beautiful again~~~~~~~~~~~Have a good week~
    Bonjour, Jean~~~~~~~

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