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If you're having a spring wedding, it's smart to stick with spring wedding flowers. Seasonal flowers not only look great, but they also save you money.

{peach anemones, white hyacinth, rosemary}

Grow: Inspire & Explore

ms weddings: pink and peach anemones, dusty miller, white hyacinth, rosemary Heather. I specifically like the dusty miller for a nice touch in the centerpieces. Other flowers though.

Country-chic vase: Place bunches of farmers-market flowers (like hyacinths, ranunculus, and daffodils) in recycled tin cans and tie with gingham ribbon.

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Gorgeous White Flowers: Ranunculus, Hydrangea, Tulips, Hyacinth

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This beautiful pink printed mercury glass trifle dish has been turned into the perfect vase to compliment the ranunculus, hyacinth, & tulip Arrangement

(via Easter Parade ❤ / Spring centerpiece)

Tulips and hyacinths arranged in a pussy willow nest. Wouldn't this be lovely for a spring wedding centerpiece or a Easter Centerpiece?

Globe Thistle, muscari, Hyacinth, Powder Hydrangea, Delphinium

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Time permitting grow tulips, paperwhites, daffodils, or your favorite bulb flower.  Either cut or dig up bulb, clean off dirt and place in tall vase available at dollar store with addition of glass rocks for centerpiece.  Could get flowers from other source too.

Easy Low-Cost Christmas Projects

Floral Arrangement--Hyacinths, usually available at floral shops in December, offer a break from traditional poinsettias. Display a single hyacinth in a glass cylinder thats slightly taller than the bloom. Stabilize the stem in glass marbles.