Forsythia yellow flowers & branches - HOW TO WOW with these 9 DIY Simply Chic Spring Flower Arrangements — The Days of the Chic http://www.thedaysofthechic.com/blog/2015/3/24/diy-simple-chic-spring-flower-arrangements

Forsythia yellow flowers & branches - HOW TO WOW with these 9 DIY Simply Chic Spring Flower Arrangements — The Days of the Chic http://www.thedaysofthechic.com/blog/2015/3/24/diy-simple-chic-spring-flower-arrangements

A tiered array of one hue is springy and sophisticated. Here, yellow fritillaria, tulips, freesias and daffodils tucked into a mixture of terra cotta pots and glass vases combine to make a stunning focal point for an Easter table or spring celebration.

A tiered array of one hue is springy and sophisticated. Here, yellow fritillaria, tulips, freesias and daffodils tucked into a mixture of terra cotta pots and glass vases combine to make a stunning focal point for an Easter table or spring celebration.

Used flowers very similar in a mike glass vase for our Spring Mantel//Spring flowers in a white pitcher.....nice....

Used flowers very similar in a mike glass vase for our Spring Mantel//Spring flowers in a white pitcher.....nice....

as seen on grey likes weddings // creative direction + styling: amanda o'shannessy creative // paper goods: the aerialist press // photography: melanie duerkopp // florals: natalie bowen designs // vintage rentals: one true love vintage rentals

as seen on grey likes weddings // creative direction + styling: amanda o'shannessy creative // paper goods: the aerialist press // photography: melanie duerkopp // florals: natalie bowen designs // vintage rentals: one true love vintage rentals

Celebrate the spring with the bright yellow blooms of the forsythia plant! It is one of the first plants to bloom in the spring! #spring #flowers

Celebrate the spring with the bright yellow blooms of the forsythia plant! It is one of the first plants to bloom in the spring! #spring #flowers

The great thing about daffodils is that they multiply each year and turn into large clumps like this. Use them in meadows or in gardens.

The great thing about daffodils is that they multiply each year and turn into large clumps like this. Use them in meadows or in gardens.

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