It’s that time of year again when family and friends get together to share in the Christmas festivities. If you’re looking for ways to make your decor truly special this season, the hard working elves of Fiesta Flowers have rounded up some floral centerpiece ideas that you can try at home. Whether your style is modern, trendy, or classic, here are 5 flower ideas to dress up your Christmas table.
Christmas is all about adding sparkle to everything in your home — including your holiday table. White Garden Roses and Holly give this floral arrangement the classic touch. Combine various metallic elements like silver pinecones, dusty miller plant, and copper accessories to add a luxurious look to this bouquet. Place the arrangement in a geometric terrarium to create a Christmas showstopper at your Christmas buffet.
Santa’s Dinner Table
Although roses are more famous for being the go-to flowers for Valentine’s Day, that doesn’t mean you can’t combine them with other blooms to create a floral centerpiece beautiful enough to grace Santa’s dinner table. Bunch together red Roses with white Lilies to create a candy cane color palette. Juniper gives this floral arrangement extra foliage. Don’t forget to throw in a couple of sprigs of Hypericum Berries for good measure before placing your bouquet in a clear rectangular vase.
Spread yuletide cheer with this simple and yet elegant floral centerpiece that will warm up the Scrooge in your life. In this floral arrangement, Poinsettias take center stage as the classic Christmas flower. Together with white Tulips and baby Eucalyptus, you get a color palette that is quintessentially Christmas. Use a tall gold-lined vase for this bouquet to add a touch of class to your holiday table.
Christmas in the Tropics
Here at Fiesta Flowers, Plants and Gifts, we like to play around with unusual elements to create unique floral gifts that will “wow” our clients with discerning taste. If you’re leaning toward wild and exotic this year, using red Aranthera Orchids in your Christmas floral centerpiece will make your guests feel like they’re celebrating the holidays in the tropics. Arrange white Roses and Sea Star Ferns around the Orchids to complete the Christmas color palette. If Orchids aren’t available, Anthurium is a wonderful substitue. Don’t forget to arrange the bouquet in a clay or stone vase to make your blooms stand out.
Are you dreaming of a white Christmas this year? Then let this unique floral centerpiece be the talk of the town at your next holiday get-together. White Spray Roses and Silver Brunia Berries act as the focal point of this floral arrangement. Snowy white Dusty Miller leaves give this bouquet serious winter feels. Eucalyptus leaves in sage green add depth to the bouquet. Remember to use a silver metallic tin to complete your white Christmas dinner table look.
We hope that you were able to get some inspiration for dressing up your holiday table this year. Don’t be afraid to mix and match different blooms and decorative elements to create your very own holiday floral arrangement. If you need a professional florist to decorate your Christmas table, feel free to reach out. We’ll be more than happy to help!