Daffodil Topiary Centerpieces
This yellow daffodil floral topiary makes a beautiful, yet inexpensive wedding centerpiece
The sight of daffodils is one of the surest ways to know that spring is finally in full bloom. So make this topiary featuring those lovely yellow flowers and bring a ray of sunshine to your Easter table.
- Floral foam
- Small white ceramic flowerpot with saucer
- About 1/2 cup marbles or floral stones
- Straight-sided glass to fit inside flowerpot
- About 36 daffodils
- Wide rubber band
- Natural raffia
- Natural wood excelsior
Cut a piece of floral foam to fit into bottom of flowerpot. Place marbles or floral stones inside glass. Push glass into floral foam to secure and place inside the flowerpot.
Arrange the daffodils, keeping flower heads compact and uniform all around. Wrap a wide rubber band around the ends of the stems to secure. Trim stem ends so they are even. Wrap raffia around stems and tie ends in a large bow.
Place the assembled arrangement into the glass, making sure stems are straight. Carefully add water. Arrange excelsior around the base of the topiary to cover the glass and inside of the flowerpot.
1. Cut floral foam to fit bottom of flowerpot. Place marbles or stones inside glass. Push glass into foam and set inside pot.
2. Make a bouquet of daffodils; secure with a rubber band and raffia. Place bouquet in the glass; add water.
3. Arrange excelsior around the base of the topiary to cover the glass.