Peaches and Pinks
When you think pink, it will probably remind you of the fall. But, it does mean you can’t have any pink for winter. You can stick with your go-to millennial shade, but just be sure you add in extra greens and some browns to make your bouquet feel more rustic for winter.
Dried beautiful flowers work well for the colder months. You can mix dried florals into your flower arrangement for a moodier feel that gives soft colors just a touch of grit. Together with the flowers, you can also put some leaves and branches for added texture.
You don’t have to make things hard on yourself when simple and easy is just as chic and pretty. If you don’t know, there's just something elegant about wildflowers loosely clustered in a rustic vase. Go the bright yellow ones that will liven up any country kitchen or rustic breakfast buffet table.
For a quirky and easy arrangement, lay your sunflowers flat. Just be sure you don't take them out of their water until the last minute. Then, scatter some tea light candles to create a soft, flickering flow. This arrangement is perfect for winter decor.
Even if fall is over, you can still display all of autumn's prettiest florals in one go with terrariums, potted plants, and bouquets. Even the ends of the table will enjoy succulents in dessert bowls and air plants on each napkin. Incorporating unique flower arrangements usually keeps things visually interesting.
Chances are you'll look for roses year-round, but if you think creatively, you can make the arrangement unique for winter. Brown striped leaves add an exotic flourish to a bunch of red-orange blooms.
The holiday season is here! As you think about Christmas or New Year's floral decoration, consider these few tips mentioned in this blog.
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