I love creating a summer flower centerpiece with grocery store flowers. They are inexpensive, very easy to make, and so colorful on your table!
Do you love setting summer tables? I sure do! I have always believed that a flower centerpiece can really make your table. But one important thing to know is that your centerpiece does not have to be expensive! Most of the summer flower centerpieces in this post were made using grocery store flowers. I hope to inspire you to try some of these designs for your own summer tables.
Summer Flower Centerpieces
If you asked me when I fell in love with arranging flowers, I would have to answer that I have no idea! Perhaps forever? Haha.
For years I have been creating flower centerpieces for my tables and I really love it. There are times when I make a centerpiece just because I want fresh flowers in our home. Other times I may create twenty centerpieces for a party at our home.
Most of the time if I am making only a few flower centerpieces so I buy my flowers at the grocery store. I am usually pretty flexible with the type of flowers I buy and often I have nothing in mind, other than color when I head out to buy my flowers.
Colorful Flowers in a Copper Vase
You can see how I arranged these colorful flowers in my post titles Summer Fun Outdoor Dinner Party.
Arranging Peonies in a Crock
The one flower I do get very focused on is peonies. These peonies started out all as a very bright and vivid deep pink. Over time, they changed colors. It’s pretty remarkable! You can see how I arranged these flowers in my post How to Arrange Flowers in a Vase.
Gorgeous Pink Flowers
I have a lot of crocks and thought it might be fun to fill a lot of them with ranunculus and double carnations. You can see exactly how I arranged these at How to Arrange Flowers in a Vase.
How to Make a Large Flower Arrangement
This is one of my favorite arrangements and I hope it will inspire your arrangements. You can see the details at How to Arrange Grocery Store Flowers.
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Flower Centerpieces in a Galvanized Tub
You probably recognize these flowers as I shared them at the top of my blog. I really do love these flowers. I shared how I made these flowers at Summer Entertaining in a Farmhouse Dining Room.
A Colorful Flower Centerpiece
This centerpiece was so much fun to make and I found all of the flowers at … you guessed it … Trader Joe’s. I thought it might be fun if I shared how to make them!
This overhead view is one of my all-time favorites. Aren’t these colors simply amazing?
I decided to use my favorite pink, orange, and yellow plaid placemats on the table so I looked for coordinating Trader Joe’s grocery store flowers. I bought sunflowers, roses, eucalyptus, and some berry-looking florals in a yellow, pink, and orange palette. Don’t these flowers look wonderful together? I thought they would make a great summer dinner centerpiece.
Do you use fruits in your flower arrangements? I bought some fruits to use such as oranges, cherries, lemons, peaches, and apricots. I decided to put whole oranges in the glass vases and started filling each vase with flowers. I always use odd numbers of the flowers in each vase and love how they all worked together. (I own about thirty glass vases in all shapes and sizes. They are all stored in our Carriage House (in my flower arranging area) and I love selecting the vases for all of my flower arrangements.)
Once I placed 5 – 7 oranges in each vase, I added the flowers. The oranges actually helped to prop up the flowers in the vase.
Next, I added the eucalyptus. This was a very simple and easy process.
On our outside back porch table, I arranged four vases next to each other in the center of the table. I love how they looked lined up along the center of the table.
For a very summery feel, I added fresh fruit to the table alongside the vases.
I absolutely love how this came out. The bright colors make me smile and they are so perfect for a summer dinner party.
My dream is that you are inspired to make a flower centerpiece this summer from grocery store flowers. They are inexpensive and so much fun to make!
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