One of the best parts of shopping at Trader Joe's is getting to peruse the flower section. After all, it's not just pretty to look at — it's also fun to play with while dreaming up arrangements you can make at home.
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If you're afraid to try your hand at Trader Joe's flower arranging, there are plenty of #traderjoesflowers photos on Instagram to inspire you. There's even @traderjoes_flowers, an entire account dedicated to documenting all the Trader Joe's flowers and arrangements out there. Now, we're ready for springtime.
1. A Pink and Purple Palette
For only $20, @bonniebonsall was able to create this arrangement featuring mums, sprays roses, baby's breath, and eucalyptus.
2. A Parking Lot Creation
We can't get over the fact that @wildatheartfloristla created this beauty in a parking lot. We also love the roses that offer a pop of orange against the white, green, and purple.
3. An All-White Selection
According to @milenachkaa, this $15 Trader Joe's arrangement only took her five minutes to create. It really is a soothing white Gerber daisy masterpiece.
4. Just Peachy
Three words: Peach garden roses. Our day was just brightened thanks to @notclassicallytrained.
5. Simple, but Still Sweet
Let this @lemontreefloral creation be a reminder that simple flower arrangements are still stunning (especially when they feature Gerber daisies that were only $3.99).
6. Painting Inspiration
We love how @wonderfullymadebyleslie's arrangement matches the painting behind it. Those yellow craspedia flowers were a beautiful choice.
7. A Spring Field
When crafting this bouquet, @sprig_petal was inspired by a grassy spring field. We think they nailed it.
8. A Blue Beauty
This @simplycomplexorganizing arrangement is making us feel anything but blue. It would look stunning as a table centerpiece.
9. A Thrifty Idea
Using leftover Trader Joe's flowers and a small vase, @traderjoes_flowers was able to design this tiny arrangement. We love that they didn't let any flowers go to waste.
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