When creating DIY Mother’s Day flowers, my number one tip is to use a container that will continue to be functional as a gift long after the flowers fade! Mom’s love a gift that keeps on giving, right?
I picked up this pitcher at our local grocery store, Reasor’s. It cost around $14 and makes a perfect vessel for a flower arrangement. While there, I also picked up my flowers as well! That’s another tip – get your flowers at the supermarket to save some money on floral costs and have fun doing a gift with love for your mom!
Flower Shopping List:
- 4 hydrangea blooms
- Mixed Greenery
- 1 bunch of yellow spray roses
- 5 mini calla lilies
- 2 stems of white oriental lilies
You can easily substitute any of these colors for what suits your mom the best. The spray roses can easily be substituted for regular roses as well.
DIY Flower Tutorial Video
As you can see in the video above, I start with my largest flowers first – the hydrangea – and make a base of them around the container. I then use my second largest flower – the lilies – and work to my smaller flowers. I stick the lilies in between my hydrangeas and to add a little height.
Next, I add the greenery before adding the spray roses and mini calla lilies.
This arrangement turned out beautiful and I love that the container is a gift that keeps on giving!
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