When you talk about winter floral arrangements, you can’t forget about a classic wreath! There are so many options, designs, and ideas, and you can hang these arrangements up anywhere they look good.
Use a cube this winter to get a great effect for your winter floral arrangement. I like using a cube that adds a pop of color so that it brightens up everyone’s winter!
Succulents are a great choice for a winter floral arrangement because they’re so hardy! You can work them into an arrangement really however you want, just make sure it looks good!
Have you ever considered incorporating some apples into your winter floral arrangement? I bet you haven’t, but it’s such a cute look and good idea!
Add some texture and color to your winter floral arrangement by using bright white berries. It’s such an easy addition, but it really adds a lot of character and style to the flowers.
A great and classic way to spruce up a winter floral arrangement is by using poinsettias (or poinsettia inspired flowers). The deep reds of the poinsettia look great and really add a nice winter touch.
This eucalyptus branch winter floral arrangement is great because, once the flowers fade and dry up, you can use the eucalyptus to decorate around your home (it smells incredible. Try hanging it up in your shower to relieve cough and stuffy noses!) It’s a win-win!
Go for a minimalist approach by using very few flowers in your winter floral arrangement. Decorate with the vases and make it all look so great!
Dark colors are actually a great idea for a winter floral arrangement. They add some much needed color to the winter colorscape, plus they contrast so well with the other foliage of winter!
You could also go the exact opposite and go for a wintry white winter floral arrangement! This is just such a cute and classic idea!
Try some jewel tones this Christmas season to see if you like them for a winter floral arrangement. Their deep colors can be mesmerizing during winter, plus they can pull a lot of other colors together.
I really like the contrast between white and gray, especially in a winter floral arrangement. It just seems so simple yet so attractive to me!
If you plan on delivering your winter floral arrangement or making it as a gift, consider using brown paper. I know it sounds silly, but the paper adds a lot of character and texture to the arrangement!
Incorporate all different shades of purple in your winter floral arrangement. This could be the main color of the arrangement, or just an accent. Whatever you think works best.
Berries are an incredibly beautiful addition to any winter floral arrangement. They’re colorful, add fun texture, and are easy enough to put in any arrangement you may already have!