Winter Forest Dried Flowers - Large
This large festive Winter Forest Christmas Flowers an eloquent combination of classic festive colours, styles and striking stems to bring it all together – perfect for a Christmas loving home. Inspired by the traditional tones of the festive season, this bouquet will give anyone the illusion of gracefully venturing through a light ruby forest, no matter the season.
Dried Flowers For Christmas
The use of classic Christmas greens and reds was a big factor in the inspiration for this design. These Christmas flowers are the stunning collaboration of glimmering green and bold rustic red stems. The combination of flowers adds an elegance that modernises the classic take on Christmas and allows you to repurpose it all year round, giving it more height and definition. Additionally, this breath-taking bouquet also includes thistles and infinity roses, both traditional choices for beautiful dried flowers for Christmas.
Together, several unique layers are created, adding distinctive textures to this already gorgeous floral arrangement that emulates the traditional Christmas German soldier Nutcracker in bouquet form.
To emulated light airy spaces, this dried flower bouquet has been created large enough to effortlessly complement homes that are looking to embrace festivities in a traditional way, and also be able to keep them on display all year.
Sustainable Christmas Flowers
This dried flowers for Christmas bouquet is perfect for a variety of occasions, from birthdays to housewarming, and different people too. No matter the occasion, Winter Forest is guaranteed to put a smile on someone's face. Just like the deep festive colours used in this bouquet, it will bring the festivities to the very air you breathe. We take pride in being one of Fairtrade's only 2,400 approved companies. Our products are created using a careful preservation method that allows you to enjoy your flowers for years, not days. With every product you purchase, two trees are planted in return, to plant one million trees by 2025.