How To Create Vintage Labels For Floral Vase

Last Updated on July 21, 2020 by Maria Brittis



The weather has been cold so far for Spring this year. It’s time to warm things up and think about ideas for my table. My inspiration for this Tulip Inspired Tablescape grew from memories of tulips in my mom’s garden each year when I was a child. Every spring she would plant the tulip bulbs in different color. They were everywhere and Tulips has been one of my favorite flowers since for the spring. It’s perfect for the Easter holiday which is just around the corner. I am excited to share the details of my tulip inspired tablescape with vintage labels on the vases.


I was at my local flower shop and bought some really pretty white tulips. They represent two of my favorite colors white and green, prefect for my tables. I have added the tulips everywhere in the screen porch area, as well as in the kitchen. These are two areas that I do most of my entertaining. Tulips are really easy to care for very similar to roses, just cut the stem at an angle and add cold water with no additives.


SPRING HOME TOUR: Featuring White Tulips

Adding Vintage Labels On The Vases (Printable )

I was really excited to decorate my table with tulips. I soaked the tulips in warm water and arranged them in different sized glass jars. For my tables I like to layer the tablesetting with tulips all the way down the table.

For the last few weeks I have been saving frappuccino bottles and mason jars. I have these pretty vintage label printables. These labels  have  a cute vintage look.

All you have to do is print them out, cut out and glue on bottle. They are quirky in names such as epsom salt or pharmacy, but the font style are very vintage. I love them! If you have bottles lying around you can make these vases.



  1. Love the tulips and I love the chairs around your table! Such a pretty tour! Perfect for spring!

    1. Lindsey, I love my tulips but for some reason so does my cat! Walk in today and they were totally ripped apart by his claws. 🙁 Thanks so much for stopping by

  2. Wow, Maria! Congratulations on your grandson to be! How exciting!! I just love your home – it’s as beautiful as always – and tulips are my absolute favorite early spring flower. You did, however, remind me that the pollen is on it’s way.. it hasn’t even started in Virginia yet. Ugh! Safe travels! I hope you post pictures of the new little cutie!

  3. Wow! Everything looks beautiful – I love tulips, too. And those views just steal the show!

  4. It all looks so pretty! I love the jars you’ve collected and the pretty labels with the tulips! Gorgeous!

  5. I love those tulips and those jars! The pops of green look gorgeous in your space! Lets talk about that beautiful table though!! Gorg!

  6. I love white and green together, and you paired them so perfectly!! Really love those garden stools! I’d love to come hang on your porch with a glass of wine! Thanks for joining the tour!

  7. I love the simpicity of your decorating!!! The green and white is so peaceful and beautiful. And LOVE those mason jar labels!!!! Thanks for sharing at Happiness is Homemade Linky!

  8. Maria, everything looks so fresh, and beautiful! Love the tulips, did you know they are the only flowers that actually “grow” when they are in water? You always inspire…xo Lidy

    1. Thanks Lidy for your kind words! Thats something else that tulips grow in water even after they have been clipped. Hugs Maria

  9. White tulips and jars – simple yet totally effective! That’s my favorite kind of home decor. I’ll have to keep my eyes open for something like that.

  10. Your home is so lovely! Thanks for sharing your photos at Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy. Congrats – you’re one of our Featured Guests this week!

  11. I love your tulip table center piece! I wish we were in the same weather here in Missouri, I can’t wait to get into my screened gazebo…actually the weather was so nice a couple of weeks ago I did clean it up a bit and used it as my outdoor office. Thank you for joining favorite 5!

  12. Congrats on your grandson to be! Tulips are one of my favorite flowers and it’s time I bought some. I love the simple and relaxed vibe of your table and that view is everything!

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