Christmas Floral Décor Lights up the Holidays

December 10,

As preparations for Christmas at the end of this week have commenced, there are a few ways to add easy, yet eye-catching touches to a holiday table. Christmas floral décor utilizing other aspects of design is a way to create an ordinary centerpiece table into an extraordinary conversation piece. Continue reading for some festive ways to brighten a merry gathering.

Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

The right flowers, matched with small twinkling lights cast a warm glow over any setting. A great idea is to utilize floating candles or small tea lights amid white and scarlet flowers or aim for a more natural feel with pine branches or holly, and incorporate ornate, or clear glass ornaments for an added touch. Don’t rule out metallic gold, silver or rose gold for a vintage, classy and rich feel.

Think Winter

Snow! Or making the illusion of snow is a great way to give a wintery feel to a gathering if you want to aim for a more seasonal feel for a holiday soiree. One of the top event planners in the world, Preston Bailey creates magical scenes for his clientele, with room transformations that astound everyone who walks into the room. Recently Preston shared his take on an icy, wintery setting using blue lighting cast upon cascading white floral décor.

Candy Canes on the Brain

There are so many ways to create a candy cane inspired arrangement for a Christmas party, and with the help of some red and white florals – this piece from Better Homes and Gardens is the perfect ode to Christmas candies. Also incorporating ornaments and other simple aspects create the perfect storm of peppermint themed decoration.

Simple concepts like the ideas above will help transform any space into a cozy and creative holiday cove. When in doubt, use seasonal objects for inspiration (much like the snow and candy cane idea) and experiment with different colors, flowers, candles, etc. Love a coastal theme? White starfish amongst green pine branches and gold shells will achieve this look. City themes with scarlet red candles, flowers, and small, battery operated LED lights (Walmart) will give an edgy, contemporary feel to a Christmas setting. Experiment and make sure that a little of your personality shines through when planning Christmas floral décor.

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