Spring Floral Tablescape – two ways


Nothing inspires me more than a sunny day and fresh flowers. I love capturing their beauty and trying out different color combos by using items from around our home.
But as we all know, fresh flowers don’t last forever and can sometimes be costly….

So when Balsam Hill asked me to help them spread the news of their new beautiful line of florals , I of course said yes.  Faux flowers have come a long way as they are incredibly life like.
I love this blue Viola flower arrangement. Isn’t it perfect for Spring?

I decided to use these pretty teal bowls and compliment them with some teal painted eggs spread across the table…

Super simple but doesn’t it look fresh and pretty?  EasterTableCraftberrybush-5 EasterTableCraftberrybush-6
I only used items I already owned and that complimented the colors of the arrangement…
I also used a couple of real flowers in small glasses for  a bigger impact.. EasterTableCraftberrybush-8 EasterTableCraftberrybush-9

But unlike the real flowers, the faux flowers are going to last for years to come… EasterTableCraftberrybush-10 I wanted to show you how easy it is to change the look by simply changing a few things…
Next is the gorgeous Jane arrangement. It has mix of hydrangeas, anemone, roses, and berries.  Did you know that  these flowers are hand painted by artisans to  recreate the beauty of natural blossoms? EasterTableCraftberrybush-15

I kept the little bowls for contrast and changed the blue napkins to pretty tangerine ones. I also dyed some soft pink eggs.  EasterTableCraftberrybush-16 EasterTableCraftberrybush-17 EasterTableCraftberrybush-18
I love how very subtle changes can make a big difference.

I love this arrangement and will probably be using on my bedside table for my spring bedroom…
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So, there you go. Beautiful florals with Balsam Hill’s new collection two ways. And the kind folks at Balsam Hill are offering all Craftberry Bush readers 15% off until March 31,2107. Use this code to acquire  BHBLOOMS174 .


And here is more inspiration from some of my talented friends…

Updated Blogger Image

March 1:

Courtney of French Country Cottage

March 2:

Liz of Liz Marie Blog

Danielle of Finding Silver Pennies

March 3:

Amy of The Idea Room

March 6:

Lucy of Craftberry Bush

Kim of Sand and Sisal

March 7:

Emily of The Wicker House

March 9:

Jen of Migonis Home

March 10:

Kristin of My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

March 13:

Kellie of Nest of Posies

Jen of Clean and Scentsible


  1. Elaine says

    They are all very beautiful, Lucy, and it’s certainly worth it to pay a bit more for quality flowers – I find I never tire of them if they are as realistic as this line. I must ask … did you need to cut the stems down at all to suit the proportions of your vases (if so, what tool did you use) … and I am wondering how much are the shipping costs to Ontario, Canada?

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