Complete your Christmas Decorations with these festive Dried Flowers

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Have you put up your Christmas decorations yet?

Each year it's a daunting task to decorate. You are getting up into the attic, finding all the loose bits and bobs at the back of the cupboard, and cursing the world because you forgot exactly where you put that tree topper. "So you'd remember it for next year".

Don't panic! The perfect Christmas florals are waiting for you here.

We've gathered together some ideas for you! Here are some colour themes and decoration ideas for you to use this Christmas! Combine some of these classic colour combos with these Christmas flowers. These eco flowers will brighten up your home this Winter.

You're sure to be the heart and soul of the holiday with these beautiful ideas!

Blue and Silver – A Sensual Complement to Pious Purple

It starts with the more excellent colours of a traditional Christmassy combo. These two colours are not common decoration choices for Christmas, but it is striking! It evokes the spirit of Winter with a natural, spiritual colour pallet.

If you're religious, these bright eco flowers have even greater meaning. Notably, the Lilac Skies eco flowers have an ethereal theme to them. In Catholicism and Orthodoxy, purple is the colour most associated with the end of Lent. And these flowers shine through in their stunning colour!

This vibrant violet is excellent for combining with your snowy, icy colour scheme. The warm, royal purples complement the more excellent white and blues. They will pull the eye of your guests and family members with ease!

Majestic Christmas flower decoration in a variety of bouquet sizes
Lilac Skies Flowers

Gold and Red – Bright Flowers with a Warm and Chestnutty seasonal Feeling

What if blue and silver are a bit too cold for you. What if you're more homely and prefer the smell of roasting chestnuts and spiced wines bubbling on a stove? Then enjoy the cinnamon stick flavoured Christmas flower decoration, Fallen Leaves rustic dried flowers.

These flowers may have a more autumnal theme, but they belong in this colour combination! These flowers give a fireplace a run for its money in warmth! Combine earthy, dry colours with bold and brash gold and red decorations. It's sure to provide a calming air to your otherwise bold colours!

Warm Christmas flower decoration flowers imbedded in a golden vase
Fallen Leaves preserved flowers

White – A Subtle Choice for a Low-Key Christmas

This year has been a lot. You may favour a quiet Christmas, nothing flashy or audacious. Something that brings your family and close friends closer after an odd few years. Look no further than this flower decoration combination! White is often signified as a sign of new life, things beginning anew.

You can fine-tune your Christmas decoration experience with the Bleached Haze flowers. These simple, beautiful flowers are a perfect Christmas flower decoration.

Timeless blooms for Christmas flower decoration in a vintage room
Bleached Haze preserved flowers

The Classic Red and Green – An Old Favourite for a Christmas Flower Decoration 

After a year of nothing feeling the same, you might want something familiar. Did you not manage to see someone last Christmas? Do you want that old feeling of being a kid again, rushing to the tree? Then this combo is for you!

Complementing this classic is the Christmas bloom decoration, Adore You flowers. These flowers combine the warmth of red and the natural earthiness of green. Use them for any piece of decorating you want!

Use them as a holly wreath base. Adorn your fireplace ready for Santa. Even make your kitchen lively and fresh with nature.

The old favourites are favourites for a reason, and you can't go wrong with red and green at Christmas. So choose the colourful lights, baubles and tinsel, with a classic green tree, of course!

This Christmas, feel warm, safe and secure, and breathe in a bit of adoration for nature.

Merry Christmas to All – And to All a Safe world

This year, more than ever, has shown the importance of protecting the world. So, as world leaders come together to solve the world's problems, how can you save a part of the world this Christmas?

Why not go the extra mile this year? Buy a potted Christmas tree; keep it till you plant it! Repurpose all the flowers, don't just throw them out! Keep them well tended to, and they'll last you up to 3 years!

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