Floral Christmas Trees

Breathe new life into your holiday decor with a floral Christmas tree. Decorating your fir or spruce with bright silk flowers instead of more traditional ornaments has become the trend of the season. It’s fresh, unexpected, and it evokes the splendor and vitality of the holidays.

1. Floral-Fantasy Christmas Tree
1. Floral-Fantasy Christmas Tree

1. Flower Wonderland
Turn your Christmas tree into a holiday garden party by decorating it with our silk flowers and 25mm gold ball ornaments, which are set on picks for easy attachment. For a charming and pretty tree, use silk hydrangea sprays, white lilies and cherry blossom branches.

2. Vintage-looks: Silver tinsel with pink roses.
2. Vintage-looks: Silver tinsel with pink roses.

2. Silver & Pink
An all-silver tinsel tree with floral decorations recalls vintage glamour. Stick with one type of flower for maximum sophistication and impact. Here, oversized silk pink roses steal the show with romance, but you could also use lilies or dahlias to create your silver floral tree.

3. Tinsel trees and flowers.
3. Tinsel trees and flowers.

3. Shiny Holiday Display
Create a shiny holiday display with geometric trees and white flowers. Place silver tinsel trees on top of our polished aluminum pots. Accent with Dusty Miller and white magnolias arranged in silver julep cups and almond vases and group them together for a magnificent winter garden.

4. Ombre rose tree. (via Wedding Chicks)
4. Ombre rose tree. (via Wedding Chicks)

4. Upside-down Floral Tree
Who says holiday trees need to be upright? Add extra whimsy to your Christmas party or winter wedding with elegant floral trees hanging from the ceiling. Start with three embroidery hoops: 12-, 8-, and 6-inches. String the hoops together with fishing line, going from largest to smallest. Snip the stem and leaves off pink Pippa roses, pink eternity vintage roses, and cream vintage roses, and attach them to the hoops with floral wire and floral tape.

5. Rose topiaries. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)
5. Rose topiaries. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)

5. Tabletop Trees
Arrange red roses, white roses, and green roses into monochromatic cone topiaries and set them in silver trumpet vases as festive tabletop trees. Use trumpet vases of varying sizes and place them on mantles or down the center of long tables for a winter wedding.

With silk flowers, and some imagination, you can create show-stopping floral Christmas trees that will be the unforgettable focal point of your holiday decor.

THE SOURCES
1. Martha Stewart Living. 2. Pinterest. 3. Better Homes and Gardens. 4. Wedding Chicks. 5. Martha Stewart Weddings.

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