Say goodbye to snow slush, freezing temperatures, and gray skies and hello to green grass, pretty blooms, and sunshine. The Easter season means spring has sprung—and we get to appreciate Mother Nature’s bounty. When decorating the table for a brunch or dinner gathering with friends and family, the centerpiece will really set the scene. There are so many beautiful Easter flowers to choose from: will you go with bright hues, or keep it simple and timeless with all white? It’s not a bad problem to have, but all the choices can get overwhelming. You can opt for the Easter lily, which symbolizes purity and peace to many. Or you can always go for colorful tulips that are so easy to put on display in a vase and are guaranteed to add some cheer to your table. And, of course, hydrangeas are always a classic and popular choice, in hues of blue, white, pink, and purple. It’s hard not to go wrong with whatever you choose—any floral centerpiece will make your table even more special and celebrate the best of the season. If you’re looking for floral inspiration while you’re planning out the table decor, we’ve got you covered. We asked three floral experts for their thoughts on common Easter flowers, plus how to care for them and how to pair them with other varieties. Take a look at their suggestions on the next pages and get ready to wow your dining companions this Easter.