These mini rosemary wreaths are a creative and pretty way to dress up your Spring or Easter table. See how simple these decorations are to make along with more Spring wreath ideas.
Happy Spring! The birds are chirping and the sun is shining. Could it get any better?
Today I’m joining my friend Krista in her Seasonal Simplicity series sharing an easy Spring wreath along with all kinds of other wreath projects by some of my favourite bloggers.
Rosemary Wreath Spring Table Decorations
Easter is around the corner, so I thought I’d make some decorations for our table. Of course, these wreaths are perfect for any Spring get-together or party.
You could even send one home with each of your guests. Did you know rosemary symbolizes loyalty and friendship? No wonder it’s one of my favourite herbs.
As an afterthought, adding names to the eggs as place card holders would’ve be fun too. I think I may do that for Easter Sunday. Better brush up on my calligraphy skills!
Although I set my mini rosemary wreaths in pots for a bit of height, they look pretty on their own too. They work well as Easter egg holders. Do you decorate eggs? Sadly, it’s been a few years for me, so it’s definitely time to give it a whirl!
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You may recognize the concrete painted pots from my indoor herb garden I put together last Spring. Any small pot will work. Just make sure your wreath will fit in the top.
How to Make Mini Rosemary Wreaths
These mini wreaths are super easy to make. Start by tucking the end of a rosemary sprig into the grapevine wreath. Next, bend the rosemary to follow the curve using wire to keep in place as you go around. I twisted mine at the back and used wire cutters to trim the excess. You may need to add more than one sprig depending on the length and fullness.
How to Assemble the Spring Table Decorations
- Small pots (concrete painted version here)
- Crinkle paper
- Mini rosemary wreaths
- Eggs (faux or real)
Once you have your wreaths constructed, fill each pot with crinkle paper. I used grey, but any colour will do.
Finally, top with rosemary wreath followed by an egg. Easy peasy!
I think they tie in nicely with the bird printed ribbon I added to my table. It’s similar to the bee print I used on my Nature Inspired Easter Table that I decorated with wheatgrass peat pots and tulips.
Be sure to pin these Spring table decorations for later!
Started decorating for Spring yet? Here are some lovely wreath ideas to get you on your way.
DIY Spring Wreath Inspiration
I’ve joined up with a talented group of bloggers to share a Spring wreath project. Be sure to take a look around!