1. Recycle Bottles Or Jars
Using empty bottles or jam jars as vases is a great way to recycle and reuse. If you have any old jam jars, peel off the labels and give them a clean. Old gin bottles (or your favourite tipple) also make for a quirky vase. We have used some of our single variety bunches including craspedia, cotton and bunny tails. You can shop these here.
Twigs make great Easter decor so if you can snip a few branches from your garden or a friend's, these can look great as additional styling pieces for your Easter table or side table. We have mixed our dried flowers with some foraged branches here.
Split up one of our dried bouquets into smaller pieces and use to style a napkin or side plate. You could also recycle any pieces of ribbon or string you might have collected over the years from mud bouquets. If you haven’t kept these pieces, we recommend you start to keep them in a craft box for future projects.
4. Add candles
We recommend different candle shapes and colours to create a fun scape. We have used a mix of squiggle candles from Ajouter Store, egg candles (found in our Easter Bounce box) and scented candles from our soy wax mud candle range.
5. Colour block
If you want to make a statement, keep to one colour. We’ve picked yellow and used different flowers and candle shapes. Including our Lola mini dried bouquet, Craspedia, Yellow Bunny Tails, Ajouter Store candles and our Amber soy wax candle. This creates an impact while being relatively simple to do.