Daffodil napkin bouquet

Daffodil napkin bouquet name tagMeals are a cause of major anxiety for me, which is precisely why I haven’t done one in years (sadly, not joking). The set up goes like this–Paul makes the food and I set the table. Not a bad trade off 😉 Because of this, I spend an inordinate amount of time thinking of what to do with the table. Enter, daffodil napkin bouquet.Daffodil napkin bouquet name tag

I wanted something simple for Easter this year and these daffodil napkin bouquets are just the trick. They are a cinch to make and capture the essence of the season. If you’re looking to make a more substantial paper flower, you can use our tutorial here, or feel free to use your craft cutting machine or hand cut these out. They’re perfect for little hands too! Add on a name to serve as a name tag.

Daffodil napkin bouquet name tagDaffodil napkin bouquet

Materials

  1. Cut out the pieces of the template for the daffodil
  2. Assemble the pieces with glue
  3. Write the name on a leaf as a name tag for the place setting.

Daffodil napkin bouquet name tagDaffodil napkin bouquet name tagDaffodil napkin bouquet name tagDaffodil napkin bouquet name tagWe used THIS napkin tutorial to create the bouquet.

Voila! So easy! Would love to hear how you’re styling your Easter table! Dish!

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