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25 Fresh Arrangements Based on Mom's Favorite Flower

This Mother's Day, give Mom a handcrafted bouquet of her favorite flowers that can also double as a centerpiece for brunch.

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Photo: Cheyenne Mojica Photography. From: Katie Meyers.

Alluring Anemones

Nothing says "Happy Mother's Day" like a vibrant floral centerpiece made just for Mom. And these fun, handcrafted vases filled with purple anemones, peach roses and white tulips are the perfect addition to any Mother's Day brunch. Anemones, a focal flower in this spread, are a popular springtime bloom that comes in a variety of colors. Plus, their lack of scent makes these pretty blooms ideal for moms with allergies or scent sensitivities. Love the DIY vases? Get the step-by-step instructions below.

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Grand Garden Roses

Say hello to warm weather with this whimsical display of blooms. Front and center is the ever-so-stunning and timeless garden rose. Not to be confused with a standard rose, these stems carry a stronger fragrance and textured petals that bring chicness to any arrangement. This vase also features bright ranunculus and anemones for a playful, summer look. Add in flowing greenery such as bupleurum and olive branches to finish off a stunning display that your chic, rose-loving mom is sure to adore.

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Photo: From: Paige Morse.

Lush Lavender

There's nothing quite like the sweet smell of fresh lavender. The fragrance is known to help soothe, calm and reduce stress — ideal for the always-on-the-go mom. Mother's Day is a great time to score a few sprigs of lavender as plants typically bloom in late spring or early summer. Arrange a handful of stems in an antique watering can for a free-form wildflower display or combine with light purple scabiosa (also known as pincushion flowers) and purple veronica in a ceramic pitcher to brighten any space.

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Precious Peony

Peonies are highly sought-after for their sweet smell and ruffled petals. These lavish blooms are most popular in wedding bouquets but are also a lovely addition to any spring vase. Popular blooming months for peonies are April to June, which coincides perfectly with Mother's Day. This repurposed pitcher is filled with fuchsia peonies mixed with a variety of other eye-catching stems such as yellow billy balls and white tulips. Arrange with seeded eucalyptus to give your centerpiece an airy, free-flowing design.

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