Hostess with the Mostess"...real eggs (Ostrich, quail, chicken, goose and emu eggs) that were all sourced from specialty grocers and Asian supermarkets. We carefully opened up the top of the egg, cleaned out the inside, and found some delicate small stems of grasses and flowers to arrange in our “egg vases“. Nestle in a small nest, mound on a bed of moss, or display as a collection in mossy baskets". Shells Centerpieces, Easter Centerpieces, Floral Design, Eggs Shells, Tables Centerpieces, Flower Arrangements, Easter Eggs, Floral Arrangements, Easter Ideas
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Easter Front Door Basket Country Basket Pink & by FloralsFromHome, I would like to make one like this myself.
This is a great idea for a fall wedding, but even more so, for a warm and inviting space in our home or the tablescape for Thanksgiving or fall. Too bad they don't say what kind of flowers these are or how to do this. It looks simple enough. I can always print this and take it to the florist. See if they can tell me what flowers these are.
Beautiful cream Hydrangeas, purple and orange Lilies, plus purple wild flowers, ferns, lime green ivy, and very unique grass, makes this a very gorgeous wreath for your front door or in your home for Easter! So beautiful!!