Spring is just a few weeks away and I cannot wait! I’m excited for everything that spring brings I’m ready for green grass, flowers blooming, and starting my garden again. Today I wanted to share with you guys a spring centerpiece inspired by these rabbits I found! As soon as I saw these rabbits at Target, I knew I had to have them … these felt like something my grandma would have had in her home & I absolutely love them!
I picked a few different spring elements to use for this centerpiece on our island. I started with a large wooden cutting board and layered some of the different pieces on there! To create the rest of the centerpiece I added a few plants, my Joanna Gaines cookbook, and the rabbits. I was really inspired by the rabbits so I knew I wanted them to be a focal point. However, you could recreate a centerpiece like this without having the rabbits & I think it would still represent spring really well. Extra elements I added into the centerpiece include the faux radishes, an antique wooden spoon, and a cartoon of wooden eggs!
I found our faux radishes at Factory Direct Craft, here! These are some of the most realistic looking artificial veggies I’ve been able to find online so I had to share this source with you guys. This site is great for finding faux fruits and veggies if you are on the hunt for them!
Another tip for creating a unique centerpiece is to use vintage seasonal items. For example, I had this seasonal cup & used it as a planter! This is a great way to bring a subtle spring element into your decor. The seasonal cups could be vintage, found on Etsy, or from a local market. I also love that it makes your plant look unique & different from anyone else!
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I hope this inspires you for creating your spring centerpiece! Don’t forget that you view all of my spring home decor and inspiration by clicking here [HERE]. What is the first spot in your home you decorate for spring? I’m ready to share even more spring inspiration on the blog & would love to give you more ideas! Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today and every day.