This month, we highlight two wonderful approaches to floral arrangements for Christmas and New Year’s celebrations. Whether you go for the classic decorations, or the small contemporary presents, these pieces bring a lot of warmth to the home!
Winter is officially here (in the Northern hemisphere, that is). While this holiday season will not exactly be a typical one, it is up to us to make the most of it. Let’s ‘fill the distance with beauty’, as they say!
After all, the duty of a florist is to bring light, love and happiness, isn’t it? With that in mind, we offer you these creative design suggestions. We feel there are some real gems among these arrangements. Hopefully they can inspire you too:
The traditional Christmas statement:
Christmas decorations come in many shapes and forms, nowadays. But the traditional materials and colours remain popular for good reasons. The elements of this impressive statement piece were created by the design team from Bloom’s ©, in Germany. They illustrate exactly why many florists love this season.
Contemporary floral presents for the holiday season:
It is time to start saying goodbye to 2020. And what better way to do that, than with tiny, beautiful floral presents for your loved ones? This photo-shoot by Monika Roth © offers great suggestions for what these floral gifts could look like.
Small accessories add to the feeling of celebration that the arrangements give off. And if you’re looking to create something bigger, consider the OASIS® Floral Foam Special Shapes range: you can’t go wrong with 2020 or 2021 in beautiful floral numbers!
The small candle arrangements using OASIS® BLACK IDEAL Cubes were created by young talent Tino Hoogterp, from Germany. The geometrically cut pieces of black floral foam are combined with baubles, branches, pinecones and flora in a compelling, modern manner. The copyrights © on those two photos belong to Nami Kim.
The photo-shoots above were realised by professional floral designers in cooperation with Smithers-Oasis. Are you looking for more Winter-season inspiration..? There is a lot more for you to enjoy here: