Grab some hot chocolate and queue up some Mariah Carey because we're getting festive with holiday flowers. Holiday events come for various reasons and occasions, all with different levels of decor. Family gatherings to exchange gifts, white elephant brunches, or maybe just decorations for your home. Whatever it may be, we've got your festive florals covered.
Christmas is usually associated with red and green. Sometimes white and metallics too. Don't let that stop you from getting creative. Use your decor as an opportunity to let your personality shine. This party uses white, red, and other recognizable Christmas items to bring the holiday spirit.
One of the first things we think of when Christmas is mentioned is a fluffy, green tree covered in ornaments. It may not be practical to fill your space with multiple Christmas trees, so think outside the box. Hanging ornaments is a fun way to bring in the holidays without the difficulty of decorating a tree. The ones above are hung at different lengths using fishing lines.
You could also use ornaments to fill decorative bowls, create other artistic installations, or add them to garlands. I even saw four-foot diameter ornaments at the craft store. Wouldn't it be fun to incorporate those into your holiday flower decor?
Suppose you want to decorate using delicate holiday flowers or prefer a more whimsical style. In that case, bud vases are the way to go. Any small vase or vessel will work. You can put a single stem or use a few holiday flowers of varying heights.
The designer also incorporated more holiday flowers, ornaments, and candles into this tablescape with a matching table runner and napkins. This can easily be replicated using ribbons, pinecones, dried fruit, cinnamon sticks, and berries. Choosing garlands instead of a table runner is also a trending design.
Remember the details! Placing presents wrapped in theme-consistent wrapping paper around the space adds an extra sprinkle of holiday cheer.
'Tis the season to spread joy and good cheer. As long as you show your style and enjoy what you choose, your decor will surely be a hit.
Happy Holidays! Stay safe and spread kindness this year. Be sure to share your festive holiday flowers and tag us @fiftyflowers!
- Kelly Oshiro
- Halberg Photographers
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