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Christmas Bouquet with White flowers and red berries

Even though we are still into the early part of the fall season, it is never too early to start considering how you want to make the perfect Christmas or Holiday bouquets. It is just around the corner and planning ahead always pays off. At Whole Blossoms we are here to help you in many ways and helping you get your creative imaginations going is all part of the process.

The bouquet ideas we are about to give are not limited to just a holiday party, you may also consider them for a winter wedding, Church altar decorations, offices, and much more. Spreading a lot of love through flowers and arrangements is the gift the keeps on giving. Another great idea is to make these in bulk and give them out as gifts. Receiving fresh cut flowers can be an amazing experience.

Bouquet Idea #1 – A Red Christmas Bouquet

Creating this bouquet is rather simple and very contemporary with most Christmas and Holiday settings. It bears the resemblance of traditional Christmas colors and is fun to create. First of all you will want to get a red glass vase. If you are not able to get a vase then you may want to get some red foil and cover them. To make this fanciful bouquet you will need as much red as possible. You will need some Red Carnations because Carnation Colors matter when creating holiday pieces. You will also need some Red Spray Roses, white carnations, some branches of holly, and a bow with your favorite holiday print. Make sure to arrange them evenly as the right balance will make all the difference.

red christmas bouquet

Bouquet Idea #2 – Holly Berry Holiday Bouquet

This particular bouquet has a fascinating holiday appearance. It includes: Green Salal branches, natural or tinted pine cones, pieces of holly branches, and a medium sized wicker basket. Make sure to use greens that are typically found in the winter months to give it that evergreen feel. Use little or a lot of pine cones, depending on what looks right to you and be sure to make a big white or light brown ribbon and weave it through one side of your arrangement. This will look great business counters for hotels, banks, and many other places of where guests will be standing in line waiting for service.

Red Bouquets with Hypericum Berries

Bouquet Idea #3 – White Alstroemeria Holiday Bouquet

Another great holiday floral arrangement is this fine looking bouquet arranged with white Alstroemeria, small red roses, lots of red berries, and pops of Douglas fir branches. Start by getting a Round glass bowl and arrange them with a little more white than red balance. It is an extremely inviting piece and is the total embellishment of the holiday spirit. Be sure to tie a nice red ribbon around the vase for the final touch.

White Alstroemeria Winter Bouquet

Bouquet Idea #4 – Grinchy Christmas Bouquet

This is a fun looking bouquet if you have children around who are familiar with the Grinch Who Stole Christmas story. You will need the following varieties: red roses, white lilies, bright green hydrangeas, and dark red Alstroemeria. Start by getting a modern looking red vase and arrange them evenly throughout. If you are doing story time at your school or library, these bouquets will be sure to enhance the spirit of the beloved Dr Seuss story.

Bouquet Idea #5 – Golden Ornament Bouquet

Here is a special gem that will complement all your Christmas decorations and Christmas tree. You will need: Festive red roses, red carnations (our Carnations For Sale are premium quality). You will also need red holly berries, and some of your favorite gold ornaments. First get a vase that looks like a Christmas tree ornament and arrange it with your flowers and gold ornaments. When you are finished you will want to tie a burgundy or red bow for the top. This will look great in the same room you have your tree and are a great gift to give to the people at the office or at your place of worship.

 Bouquet Idea #6 – Red Nose Christmas Bouquet

Besides its name and bringing to mind the nose of Rudolph, this magical bouquet leaves you with the feeling of romance. With this particular piece you need: red roses, red carnations, red hypericum berries, and red ribbon fabric. Begin by taking a tall, clear vase and arranging all the flowers in such a way to present the perfect balance. When finished, take your red fabric ribbon and wrap it around the top of the vase. They look great in any area of your home, business, church, or special event.

Bouquet Idea #7 – White Winter Wonderland Bouquet

This is a great arrangement for the Christmas dinner and is sure to set the mood for any joyous occasion. You will need three white candles, white lilies, white carnations, white chrysanthemums, golden pine cones, holiday gold ribbon, and winter greens. This will impress you. Get a short round bowl and begin arranging them. Put the three white candles in the center and arrange everything else around them. They will have you dreaming of a white Christmas.

White Winter Bouquet

Bouquet Idea #8 – Thomas Kinkade Holiday Centerpiece

Whenever you are ready to get into the holiday spirit, nothing helps you more than Thomas Kinkade. Here is a very special arrangement that makes you think outside the box. Get your favorite Thomas Kinkade miniature village or something similar and put it on snowy covered square green foam. You will need snow frosted pine cones, small red roses, holiday greens, small red ornaments. As you assemble your masterpiece around your central figure, you will be inspired by its greatness and may consider making them for your friends, neighbors, family, and co workers.

These are some great ideas and we hope to give a few more out in future articles before the holidays approach us. One more key suggestion is to get plenty of Wholesale Carnations as they are not that expensive and make very good contrast and filler.

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