27 ways to use flowers in Christmas decorations and arrangements

27 ways to use flowers in Christmas decorations and arrangements

Flowers such as roses, amaryllis and vibrantly colored poinsettias make wonderful Christmas flower arrangements to add to your holiday decor. It does not require the skills of a florist to make it. Here are 27 ideas for using flowers in Christmas decorations and arrangements.

Poinsettia with silver accents

Blaine trenches

The flower queen of Christmas decor and design, the poinsettia is a must for your holiday style. The Ice Punch variety has white and silvery leaves. You can create a variegated look by adding silver spray paint to red poinsettias (such as Better Homes & Gardens 8-Inch Live Poinsettia Plant with Ceramic Vase, $33, Walmart). Place these Christmas flowers in a beautiful silver bowl to show off the sparkle.

White paper with twigs and cedar branches

Michael Garland

Go French country style with crisp white leaves and slender branches arching from old terra cotta containers. Add flowing cedar branches along the base of your pots to create the perfect display for any mantel, shelf or coffee table.

Evergreen and flowers

Thayer Goody

A few evergreen branches add a seasonal touch to a simple red flower arrangement. Arrange large red flowers such as ranunculus, peonies, tulips or carnations to get the look. Decorate a Christmas flower arrangement with cut branches.

White lily and fern parrot

John Bessler

Look beyond the typical colorful flowers of Christmas decorations and flaunt the two-tone parrot tulip petals. Play with its drawn lines by adding plumosa fern to the bouquet and spruce cuttings at the base in a metal serving tray. Continue the color theme by filling clear containers with blue, green and metallic ornaments—new or vintage.

Small forest environment with roses and hydrangeas

Marty Baldwin

Take cues from nature for a unique arrangement featuring red roses, white hydrangeas, Hypericum berries and pine branches. Get creative with your container by covering it with decorative bark from deciduous trees and accenting the base with different colors of reindeer moss.

Amaryllis is two-colored with greenery

Michael Partenio

Embrace the tall stems of amaryllis by displaying their blooms in a tall, simple but elegant pitcher or vase. Include several evergreen branches such as spruce and holly – a bonus if your holly branches are still holding their fruit! Finally, you can decorate them with seasonal decorations: vintage ornaments, colorful bows, and souvenir tea towels.

White rose and pine

Photography by Keller and Keller

This Christmas flower arrangement is simple and sweet. Fill your favorite glass vase with fresh cut roses and pine nuts. For an extra fun touch, add cranberries in the vase.

Arrangement of hydrangea and eucalyptus

Greg Scheidman

This gorgeous Christmas flower arrangement attracts attention with delicate hydrangeas, fresh eucalyptus and fragile snapdragons. Add touches of traditional red and green by slicing apples and using the slices to circle the base of your arrangement. Round ornaments in different sizes create festive sparkle and sparkle.

To keep hydrangeas fresh, store them in moderate light at a temperature below 70 degrees.

Winterberry and amaryllis flowers

Stephen MacDonald

Nothing says Christmas more than traditional red and green decor. Simple arrangements of red amaryllis, tulips and winter berries look beautiful on your Christmas mantel. Drape beautiful ornaments from Winterberry.

Cymbidium Orchid

Edmund Barr

This long-lasting strain of orchid is the perfect flower for Christmas decorations and will last until early spring. The fresh, bright color helps lift the winter gloom and makes a wonderful Christmas display.

Dahlia with greenery

Ian Bagwell

Greet your holiday guests with a beautiful arrangement of potted dahlias. Use a beautiful silver bowl and tie large jewelry around the neck using a long red ribbon. A generous array of greenery fills the screen.

Long-stemmed red amaryllis

Mark Thomas

A tall-stemmed arrangement of red amaryllis is simple and elegant. There is a wide variety of red amaryllis plants you can choose from. Benfica’s lineup is colorful, while Monaco’s is bright. Make it a wonderful Christmas display by tying a red ribbon around the bunch of stems.

Orchid butterfly

Peter Cromhardt

Who doesn’t love orchids? The wide range of colors and varieties makes it the perfect flower for Christmas decorations or a beautiful addition to any holiday flower arrangement. Moth orchids are easy to care for and bloom for up to four months. Fill a large vase with your favorite orchid color and an assortment of small, bright ornaments.

Watering once a week will maintain your orchid’s festive freshness throughout the entire holiday season.

Arrange hydrangeas and candy canes

Dean Tanner

Beautiful white hydrangeas are a beautiful complement to the vibrant colors in your indoor Christmas decor. Enhance the arrangement with cheerful ornaments and candy canes that are too pretty to eat.

Amaryllis white with greenery

Michael Partenio

Beautiful white amaryllis flowers look festive in a simple red vase. Place it on a round mirror with small Christmas gifts and ornaments to complete the holiday feel. Complement classic Christmas flowers with pieces of greenery.

Red poinsettias and clear urns

Alice O’Brien

Simple combinations of a flower or leaf in the same color have a big impact on holiday design. Try arranging red poinsettia leaves in three or more old jars. Place in a matching serving tray to create a stunning centerpiece.

Winter white roses and fresh fruits

Michael Partenio

Nothing beats the scent of fresh roses. So include order in your holiday decorations by placing your favorite variety in a beautiful festive bowl. Fill with fern cuttings and evergreens. Crunchy fruit, such as pears or apples, is a great filler for this Christmas centerpiece idea.

Beautiful pink and white poinsettias

Edmund Barr

Display pastel-colored poinsettias in pretty white pitchers and vases for a softer touch on the flowers for Christmas decorating. A string of seashells or a bowl of delicate decorations is a simple complement. Poinsettia cuttings can last up to two weeks.

Roses, tulips and hydrangea

Jeff McNamara

Setting the table for this big Christmas dinner is simpler than it looks. Roses and tulips add a stunning touch of traditional color while hydrangeas create volume. Let the peppers drape to the side for more texture and depth. Use more pepper to create beautiful place settings.

Laurel and poinsettias

Marty Baldwin

California laurel, available from your local florist, looks beautiful when arranged with pink poinsettias. Finish the assembly with evergreen branches, Christmas tree cuttings, and branch cuts. Place the arrangement in a tall gold vase ($18, Hobby Lobby) for a touch of sparkle and sparkle.

Rose pieces

Helen Norman

Cut roses for a coffee table arrangement then place single stems in small vases around a large pillar candle. Surround with ornaments and other greenery to bring in the traditional colors of Christmas.

Paperwhites and cranberries

William N. Hopkins

Paperwhite flowers are some of the easiest flowers to grow and maintain. Place your variety in a glass jar and fill it with cranberries. Scatter evergreen and cranberry cutting around the arrangement for a beautiful centerpiece or elegant side table display.

Red and white amaryllis

Quentin Bacon

Choose a multi-colored variety of amaryllis such as Candy Cane instead of the usual solid red or white flowers for Christmas decorations. Place them in a pretty white vase and top with a small wrapped gift.

Star of Bethlehem, tulips and roses

Kim Cornelison

This complete and cheerful arrangement welcomes the season in style. Gorgeous red tulips, delicate white roses and playful bits of Star of Bethlehem mix create a bountiful Christmas floral arrangement.

Red amaryllis in a silver vase

John Bessler

Classic and beautiful, a simple arrangement of red amaryllis looks festive when placed in a shiny silver vase. Surround with other holiday items for easy Christmas display.

Red poinsettia and silver leaves

Blaine trenches

The independent poinsettia is beautiful and poised. Mix it with bright silver sage leaves and winter berries to make this festive plant even more cheerful.

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