How to Create Fresh Citrus Herb Bouquets

Happy Thursday, Friends! It's time for the monthly Creative Crafts blog hop hosted by Andrea at Design Morsels and Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate. Today I'll show you how to create lovely fresh citrus and herb bouquets...

DIY fresh citrus bouquets

If you hopped over after visiting Rachelle at My Hubbard Home, Welcome! The first time I created fresh citrus and herb bouquets was several years ago when Dear Firstborn graduated from college. We served mimosas at her party, so I used oranges to create these mini bouquets.

DIY fresh citrus herbal bouquets
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Since then, I've always wanted to make the bouquets using lemons. Since we're approaching spring, now is the perfect time! 

Here's what you'll need: 

Lemons
Fresh flowers, herb sprigs, and floral moss


You can choose to assemble your lemon bouquet upright or on its side. For upright bouquets, begin by cutting off just the end of the lemon so it will stand and not wobble. Next, cut a small hole in the top (or side) of the lemon and insert a mini floral tube filled with water. Last, add fresh flowers, herb sprigs, and moss as desired. Voila--a fresh, fragrant mini citrus herb bouquet! 

DIY fresh citrus herb bouquets

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  1. What a sweet and clever idea! I love the idea of individual orange, lemon or lime mini bouquets at each place setting. Pinned!

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  2. What a cute little mini bouquet! I've pinned it!

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  3. How adorable! I've never seen a citrus bouquet before. What a fabulous idea! Your home must smell divine!

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  4. What a lovely idea Cecilia! I bet they smell so good! So perfect for a party favor or a place setting, thank you for sharing, I can't wait to try this!
    Jenna

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  5. So sweet and simple! How lovely these would look set on each person's place at a luncheon!

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  6. I can practically smell spring right now! Hubs just did grocery shopping so I can't wait to try this!

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  7. Cecilia, these would look lovely placed on a table singly, and grouped together to form a pretty spring wreath. I like that real lemons, flowers and rosemary are used. The fragrance must be soothing indeed :)

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  8. This is a super cute idea. I bet the fragrance of the orange and lemon by itself smells wonderful top it off with flowers heaven!

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  9. These look so fresh for spring. They are so simple and beautiful and would look great in so many places. Thanks for being in the hop today.

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  10. Love this Cecilia, it is perfect for spring and summer.

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  11. These are so beautiful and I would love some of these in my home. I'm sure they smell wonderful too. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Cecilia, Your mini citrus and herb bouquets are adorable! So festive and perfect for a table or fragrant and sweet takeaway! As always it's a treat to blog hop with you! ♥

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  13. Cecilia, these would be perfect for a ladies luncheon, garden party or bridal shower. Every guest would love to take one home as a favor. I can only imagine how wonderful they must smell! Thanks for the inspiration. Pinned!

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  14. These are absolutely adorable, Cecilia! I bet they are as fragrant as they are beautiful! How perfect they would be for an outdoor spring or summer celebration! It was so much fun to hop with you. Happy Spring, my friend! Pinned!

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  15. I absolutely love this idea! SO pretty and very spring-y. xo Kathleen

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