Add a little seasonal cheer to your typical poinsettia spread this year. Christmas florals can range from vibrant red bouquets to crisp white centerpieces, an everything in between. Whether they are for walking down the aisle or taking centerstage on you holiday tablescape, these 21 Christmas flowers are a beautiful way to celebrate the season.
This unique arrangement, made of garden rose, white anemone, cotton, alabaster garden rose, astilbe, bay laurel and cedar, evokes cozy holiday vibes without a color in sight.
This bouquet only consists of ranunculus, scabiosa and dahlias, but their rich Christmas-y hues are an instantly festive way to decorate a holiday event.
Walking down the aisle or at the center of your holiday dinner party, this arrangement of greenery, ranunculus, hanging amaranthus, and roses will be the star of the show.
For something a little different than the traditional red, mix in deep pink tones and greenery. Red Charm peony, skimmia, kangaroo paw, leucadendron galpinii, mini cymbidiums, Douglas fir and seeded eucalyptus are perfect for the center of your Christmas tablescape.
Classic Christmas red and green gets a joyous take in this pretty bouquet of succulents, dahlias, ball dahlias, roses, amaranthus, dusty miller and eucalyptus. Snow berries lend even more of a seasonal touch.
You often don't find jewel tones and citrus hues together, but this Christmas flower arrangement blends them seamlessly with peach 'Juliet' garden roses, hellebores, white and pink astilbe, pieres japonica, red ranunculus, burgundy amaranthus, red garden roses, maidenshair fern, jasmine vine, Italian ruscus, cafe au lait dahlias, pomegranates and Ivanhoe grevillea.
A rustic compote paired with elegant flowers brings just the right amount of effortless sophistication to your Christmas dinner table. This centerpiece features white hydrangeas, red peonies, red ranunculus, red anemones, pepperberry, burgundy dahlias, seeded eucalyptus and Israeli ruscus.
If your palette of choice is neutral, consider a beautifully woodsy arrangement like this one, with caramel antique garden roses, combo gold roses, wild crab apples, white Solidago, privet berry, sea star fern, Carolina sapphire, acacia knifeblad, adonis and silver dollar eucalyptus.
Vignettes of happy flowers like dahlias, anemone, tuberose, black scabiosa, spray roses, rice flower, tree form ivy, plums fern and scented geranium only add to the cheer of holiday season.
This bouquet is anchored by a green and white palette, and uses red as an eye-catching accent hue. Bountiful greenery is provided by silver dollar eucalyptus and seeded eucalyptus in a bouquet of roses, dahlias, ball dahlias, succulents, dusty miller and pieris japonica.
Paired with a dramatic gold stand, this arrangement's flair is equivalent to festive trumpets in a Christmas carol, featuring white hydrangeas, red garden roses, red spray roses, red scabiosa, privet berries, white snowberries, seeded eucalyptus, lemon leaf and Israeli ruscus.
This dark and moody bouquet is the perfect rich hue to warm up a wintertime soiree. Red velvet roses, holly, spruce branches, pine cones and red berries are used to create the Christmas floral arrangement.
For a snowy look no matter where you are on Christmas, try a mostly-white arrangement of tulips, ranunculus, chocolate cosmos, spray roses and seeded eucalyptus.
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Rose is accompanied by its sweet sister hue of pink in this overflowing bouquet of garden roses, ranunculus, peppermint tulips, anemones, privet berry, Italian pittosporum and hellebore.
If you're celebrating the holidays in a warm climate, brighten a classic Christmas tablescape — and the entire day — with garden-grown charms such as sweet pea, raspberry, pansy, garden roses, echinacea, bleeding hearts, pear tree, wild Indian paintbrush and wild clematis.
For a classic centerpiece, blend white statement flowers with whispers of color in smaller blooms. This arrangement showcases poinsettias, hydrangeas, polo roses, astilbe, cedar, thistle and juniper.
Chances are, you have plenty of red and green already trimming your Christmas home decor, so don't be afraid to limit it in your flower arrangements. This centerpiece features just hints of the classic holiday color scheme in its arrangement of hydrangeas, hanging amaranthus, ranunculus, roses, cedar and peony.
To deviate from the cliche, pair an arrangement of pastel flowers with a muted blue tablescape for a sweet, wintery look. This bouquet brightens the dreary, cold months with cafe dahlia, scabiosa flowers, Majolica spray roses, light pink snapdragon, privet berries, pink phlox flower, white lisianthus, larkspur and kabuki spray rose.
Accent your dinner table with a vignette of Christmas flowers that incorporates leafy greens, such as this bouquet featuring roses, lisianthks, laurel bay leaves, umbrella ferns and variegated pittosporum.
White is a popular color for Christmas flowers, but don't be afraid to add some color if that's more your style. Here garden roses, hellebores, andromedas, anemones, freesias, and seeded eucalyptus are used to create a neutral and elegant bouquet.