Set a bunch of baby's breath (also called gypsophila) in a pitcher. Baby's breath is very inexpensive and looks even more beautiful as it dries out over time. Add lambs ear and a touch of lavender for a more fragrant approach.
An antique olive basket filled with blooms of white and green gives off that “fresh picked from the garden” feeling. Pictured are lambs ear, white carnations, Queen Anne’s lace, grape leaves, and white roses.
A lot of farmhouse centerpieces are creamy white tones, but if neutral is not your thing, try something different with the colors of Spring. Pictured are creamy white hydrangeas, peonies, roses, purple wildflowers, forget me nots, succulents, dusty miller and different textured greenery in a distressed metal tin. This look gives the added pop of color you need in the springtime while holding onto the farm house look.