Welcome to the New Year!
With a snowstorm coming I thought it might be fun to play around with some flowers and make a new
arrangement for the New Year.
What make this arrangement a January winter arrangement would be the use of evergreen.
What seasons other than the holidays and winter do you usually find evergreen used?
I wanted to introduce colors other than red for this centerpiece. At first, I was going to go with whites and the
blue of the sea holly but, I was afraid that choice might appear too boring, so I added in pink roses instead for a pop
I am a lover of sea holly. I think the texture and unusual shape are unmatched. Of course, they do not belong in
every arrangement but, they are lovely here.
The whispers of baby’s breath give the illusion of a dusting of a new fallen snow, too.
Don’t you think the January winter arrangement looks right at home in front of the de-ornamented Christmas tree which is now donning only white lights? I am one who needs to slowly transition from the holidays to the New Year. Leaving up a few things from the season and then introducing new elements like my flower arrangement is one of the ways I can achieve this.
How do you transition from the holidays to the New Year?