Mother’s Day is just around the corner, on May 14th. We believe that all mothers are unique and should be honoured in their own special way. That said, we have yet to meet a mom who didn’t appreciate flowers! That’s why we’ve rounded up the best ideas for Mother’s Day flowers, all in beautiful, upcycled containers.
This teapot arrangement is the perfect centrepiece for a Mother’s Day tea! It’s really easy to recreate this look. Use your favourite teapot as a vase and put a piece of floral foam inside. Then arrange the Mother’s Day flowers as you’d like them!
Image: Project Nursery
Antique silver and flowers look so good together! This little antique wine glass looks gorgeous as a floral centerpiece. You might have some antique silver you can polish up for the occasion, otherwise take a peek at your local thrift store.
Image: Sugar and Charm
This look is so stunning. There’s something really special about antique silver and roses together. This combination is ideal for enhancing a stunning Mother’s Day bouquet.
Image: The Glamorous Housewife
Keep your eyes peeled if you’re hunting for antique silver. You might even get lucky and find a silver tea pot!
Image: Aiken House & Gardens
Flowers in Tins
Tins are perfect for upcycling. Vintage tin cans looks especially beautiful for Mother’s Day flowers. This old honey jar is particularly lovely.
Image: Vintage Whites
Another pretty option is flowers in teacups. These Mother’s Day flowers would look gorgeous on the table for a Mother’s Day tea or brunch.
Image: Style Me Pretty
Can’t find an antique tea cup? Even a glass tea cup looks great with Mother’s Day flowers in it. Here the arrangement is used as a placeholder, with photos of the mom’s children. This is a sweet idea for a Mother’s Day tea with lots of moms.
Image: Sugar and Charm
While they aren’t exactly flowers, we are mad about succulents! The succulent teacup is a nice variation on the teacup flowers, as your Mother’s Day flowers will live on. This lovely upcycled plant is easy to make. Succulents don’t need a lot of water, so you don’t have to drill a hole for drainage. Simply find a tea cup to upcycle and plant a succulent in it. A great present idea for Mother’s Day!
Which of these Mother’s Day bouquets would your mom love?
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