Need a simple but beautiful centerpiece for your dining room table? This 10 minute spring table centerpiece DIY is the perfect addition!
Creating a beautiful centerpiece for your table or kitchen shouldn’t be complicated. This lovely DIY spring centerpiece featuring fresh flowers is so easy and fun!
My whole inspiration for this beautiful spring centerpiece was a simple bunny. It had a unique little style about him and I instantly could see him hiding in an arrangement of pretty spring flowers.
So I grabbed him, a low bowl, some spring flowers and that was all I needed. I already had all the other supplies at home. Once home, this fun spring season DIY came together in just 1o minutes flat. And I love how it turned out!
So if you need an easy but super cute spring centerpiece for your dining table setting, kitchen table or even just your kitchen island (like me!), let me show you the easy steps.
As always, you can simply use the table of contents below to jump around to any location in the post:
Let’s Make A Spring Table Centerpiece
The beauty of this spring decor tutorial is that you could use any grocery store spring bulb flower like tulips, paperwhites, hyacinth, or of course, daffodils. All of those flowers offer so many different colors of spring!
If you don’t want to use fresh (or can’t find any locally), faux flowers could work too!
I probably would have gone with paperwhites or white tulips but I couldn’t find any – so I went with what was available. But that’s ok to try something different right. The little pop of yellow makes a great spring arrangement for our kitchen!
What Supplies Are Needed For This Fresh Centerpiece DIY?
Great thing out this easy DIY, you don’t need many supplies. Just these few items:
How To Make The 10 Minute Spring Table Centerpiece DIY
The first step is to add the potting soil to the ceramic bowl. I fill about 2/3 full, saving room for the bulbs to be transported.
Then remove the daffodils from their pots, separate if needed and insert into the soil.
Water the newly planted flower bulbs. Then cover the soil with the sheet moss. Simply break sections to fit/tuck around the flower stems.
Once all the sheet moss is in place, it’s time to add the little bunny peeking out. So fun! And that’s it. Place the floral centerpiece on your dining room table or even the kitchen island.
Shopping Guide For Similar Options
I bought my bunny for this project literally two days ago, and it’s already no longer available. So I wanted to offer you some very similar items to help you recreate my look as close as possible.
Below are some great planters or bowls:
If you didn’t really care for my bunny style, you are in luck! 🙂 There are a ton of other great great bunny decorations that would be just as cute hiding in those pretty daffodils.
Below are some great bunnies:
I hope you give this spring DIY a try for your upcoming Easter table or if you just need some new spring home decor. Either way – it’s a great idea for adding some spring color into your home this season!