This all-white flower arrangement reminds us of the shades of winter and is perfectly fitting for January. This would be a great arrangement to order for yourself. Why not bring a little bit of winter indoors where it is nice and cozy? White roses, lilies, waxflower, poms and more are used in this lovely little bubble bowl arrangement. It’s compact design is sure to fit on any space.
Know someone who may not be able to get out much during the winter? Why not have a beautiful flower arrangement delivered to their door? This winter-white design would be perfect!
Need Ideas For January Birthdays?
You’ve come to the right place. You can’t go wrong with sending flowers, especially for a special birthday treat! But just what kind of flowers?
First off, the official flower of January is the carnation. But if you are looking for something a little more unique, why not go with the January birthstone color — garnet. Garnet is a dark reddish orange color and there are LOTS of flowers available in this color. The best thing to do is contact your local florist and ask her to create a custom arrangement using all garnet colors, or here are a few to get you started:
Continue reading for even more great January Birthday Ideas!
Winter Flowers, Foliages & Accessories
When you think of winter, what flowers come to your mind? Sure, with today’s technology, most flowers are available year-round, but if you’re planning a wedding for the winter, why not add a touch of the season (as well as traditions) to your wedding decor?
- Amaryllis – very large, winter-blooming flower.
- Anemone – unique flower with dark center disks.
- Brunia – ball-like flower; beautiful in silver.
- Pine – long needle-like evergreen.
- Fir – short, evergreen needles; sparks memories of holidays past.
- Lambs Ear – fuzzy, white leaves remind one of a lamb’s ear.
- Cotton bolls – use just the bolls to represent post-harvest time. Perfect for a rustic winter wedding.
- Holly berries – very red berry with a traditional, Christmas look.
- Faux Fur – use white fir as a bouquet wrap, or some other creative way. Reminds one of cozy winter coats.
These are just a few from our lists! See the entire list here!
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