From adorning the Christmas tree with ornaments to hanging up lights outside the home, there are many ways to decorate the home for Christmas, but our all-time favorite way is with flowers and wreaths! From traditional red Christmas roses to unique candy cane lilies, check out the top trending Christmas flowers and wreaths for 2016 to use or gift this holiday season.
This arrangement continues to reach our top trending list year after year, and it's no wonder why. These flowers are a festive arrangement of red roses, white lilies, white alstromeria, red carnations, hypericum berries, gypsophilia and mixed Christmas greens. We consider these red and white flowers the perfect combination for Christmas and look great in any home!
Santa Paws is one of our exclusive flower arrangements that looks just like a dog! This floral puppy is dressed up with a Santa hat and sits inside a merry red tin to make a truly a-DOG-able arrangement. Whether you're a dog lover, animal lover, or just a Christmas lover, there is no resisting these puppy dog eyes!
Similar to our Fields of Europe for Christmas arrangement, this basket holds all our favorite Christmas flowers- red roses, white lilies, red carnations, and more. Perfect as a centerpiece or decoration around the home, this floral Christmas basket will bring all the holiday feels to you and your guests!
These flowers look exactly like their name- candy cane lilies! This unique variety of lily is white with a red stripe down each petal that makes it look just like our favorite Christmas candy. An arrangement of Candy Cane Lilies will be the talking point of your home décor, and they make an amazingly unique gift for friends and family!
The Holly Jolly Bouquet is the epitome of Christmas, from its red and white flowers arranged in the shape of a Christmas tree to its reusable Santa Claus tin. On top of this arrangement having some of the longest-lasting fresh flowers & greens (carnations, Christmas greens & pinecones), the tin vase can also be reused to hold Christmas decorations, chocolates and more!
This arrangement truly does bring Holiday Magic into your home, from the big white stargazer lilies to the red and white roses arranged with a mix of Christmas greens. Arranged in a beautiful red vase, these Christmas flowers are perfect as a centerpiece for your Christmas dinner!
Our favorite part about the Celebrate the Season arrangement is the unique ornament vase. Not only is it a great décor piece with the flowers, but the vase can be reused to hold holiday treats!
Bright red cardinals are a beautiful contrast against the stark white winter snow and were the inspiration of this arrangement! Featuring white roses and carnations accented with pinecones in a rustic bark container, this arrangement is not only perfect for Christmas but for the entire winter season!
You can never go wrong with roses, especially a merry red rose bouquet. Whether giving a host or hostess gift, using them to decorate your home, or giving them as a holiday gift, roses remain a holiday flower staple.
You can keep your home decorated all season long with this winter wreath adorned with natural elements including artemisia, tallow berries, pinecones, and thistle. Not only is this perfect as an outdoor wreath for your front door, but use it as an indoor wreath to smell its fragrant eucalpytus base throughout your room!
The Magnolia Wreath makes the top trending list because of it's festive faux fruit from apples to orange slices to pomegranates. This wreath is handmade in California to give it an extra special holiday touch. It almost looks good enough to eat!
What better way to welcome loved ones into your home for the holidays than with a festive wreath complete with red and silver ornaments and a little chalkboard sign that exclaims "Joy" on it!
The Birch and Burlap wreath gives a more rustic feel to the home but is still festive for Christmas with its faux red berries and birch stars (like you might find on top of a Christmas tree!). This wreath gives a simple and natural look to the home with its subtle holiday additions.