Teacup Flower Arrangements: A Dainty, Delicate Way To Celebrate Spring

by Rebecca Endicott
Becca is a writer and aspirational dog owner living in NYC.

I’ve never been a big believer in minimalism. I’m a big believer in the maxim, “less isn’t more, more is more.”

Unsurprisingly, perhaps, my aesthetic leans heavily toward bright colors, elaborate textures, and some serious and deliberate pattern clashing. Of course, that lifestyle approach inevitably leads to one thing: a house full of cut flowers, all of the time.

Sure, I’ll take the occasional break to sample a more low-key option, like this adorable bouquet of yarn and pipe cleaners, but my heart belongs to fresh flowers in cheery shades of yellow, orange, and pink.

Of course, given my deep-seated love of floral arrangements, I tend to get sick and tired of ordinary vases and planters pretty quickly. I’m always looking for new and innovative ways to showcase flowers in my house.

That’s why I’m currently obsessed with pretty and precious teacup bouquets, packed with lovely little posies of flowers.

These look beyond cute in your kitchen or dining room, but would also make a truly darling decoration for a summer wedding, an outdoor dinner party, or even a baby shower!

Just find a few pretty teacups and some bunches of flowers, and you’re ready to start arranging.

Check out the video below to see a few of our favorite takes on this adorable DIY craft. And don’t forget to SHARE this adorable tutorial with friends and family who just love pretty things!

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