We are used to see ornament and pinecone Christmas centerpieces or something like that, and florals and greenery aren’t very traditional for this holiday. But if you want some florals and greenery on the table and want to add a fresh and natural feel to it, here are some DIYs that will help you create a cool arrangement.
This is a lush and bold winter or Christmas centerpiece for a luxurious touch to your table. It includes spray roses, olive foliage, Cryptomeria and privet berries. You can also place some pomegranates all around the vase on some fabric to make it even more refined and elegant than before. The centerpiece is gorgeous and fantastic, it looks very sophisticated, enjoy!
This luxurious winter or holiday centerpiece looks so fantastic that it can be a nice fit not only for a party but also for a wedding. The centerpiece includes hanging amaranthus, burgundy peonies, cymbidium burgundy orchids, patience garden roses, champagne roses, magenta tulips, anemones, white hyacinth, sprigs of lemon leaf and cedar, bunch of tallow berry and bunches of brazilia berry. The arrangement is bright and contrasting, with burgundy and purple blooms and white ones.
This bright and lush holiday floral centerpiece can be a fit for a winter wedding with a vintage feel, too, as its very refined and very chic. It includes ranunculus in two different reddish colors, pokeweed berries, white garden roses, white Hellebore, unripe clementines, Cocklebur. The centerpiece looks very textural and dimensional and it features interest with clementines.
Here’s the simplest and cutest winter centerpiece idea to try – these are white tulips and cedar greenery. The idea is simple: you take a large vase, cover it with tape and place white tulips inside and then fill in the vase with cedar. Tulips’ leaves and cedar will give enough texture and interest to the arrangement. Enjoy!
This beautiful and refreshing winter floral arrangement can act not only as a centerpiece but also as a cool decoration. It includes silver dollar eucalyptus, small leaf eucalyptus, baby eucalyptus, dusty miller, white wax flowers, blue thistle and white spray roses. The fresh and pale floral arrangement is a cool and non-traditional idea for a holiday centerpiece but that’s the point – a cool and fresh look!
This creative and bold winter centerpiece is a unique solution to go for: its shape, looks and contents are unusual. There are fresh cut anthurium/ poinsettia flowers and reindeer moss preserved, then you just add various faux greenery, foliage and stuff you want and a single countdown candle for the coming holiday. So unusual and so cool!
This cool and fresh modern winter centerpiece can be done with fresh and real or faux leaves, branches and blooms. It includes juniper with berries and magnolia leaf branches with buds – if you take faux ones, they will be more durable, if you take natural ones, they won’t last long. Read how to arrange them all on a faux fur rug on the table and enjoy!
This tutorial doesn’t only include a magnolia, berry and evergreen arrangement, it includes a stylish vase cover with metallic leaf décor. The floral decoration is very easy, and the cover is a cool idea for any holiday arrangement. Read how to make both in the tutorial!
The last but not least winter floral arrangement – it’s rather traditional and very bright. The arrangement includes 18-24 white roses, cedar or other pine greenery and some bold red accent berries but these are optional in case you want to make a brighter piece. If not, skip them and keep the centerpiece all-neutral.