Looking to bring some festive cheer into your home this Christmas? Consider adding dried flowers to the mix. Dried flowers are a great way to add color and texture to any space without breaking the bank.
Whether you want something classic or modern, there is sure to be an arrangement that fits your style. From traditional roses to unique eucalyptus bunches, these affordable decorations can easily add a touch of warmth and brightness to any setting.
Here's a look at our top 10 favorite dried flowers for Christmas that will spruce up your festive decor on a budget!
Dried Bunny Tails
In December, Dried Lagurus, which may be the most recognizable of all winter flowers, can be found on many mantelpieces, Vase decorations and greeting cards.
If you're looking for something different, Dried Bunny Tails in red and white hues, giving an otherwise traditional appearance a contemporary colour twist.
Dried Baby’s Breath
The colourful and lovely dried Baby's Breath are the highlight of festive bouquets and natural Christmas decorations because of its intricate flowers. The star of festive bouquets and floral Christmas decorations, the bright and beautiful dried Baby's breath boast of intricate blooms. The gypsohphila's pastel hues contrast beautifully with deep cultured dried flowers and preserved foliage, making them a great all-round home centerpiece.
With this personal favourite, add texture to your centrepieces or mantel. If traditionally used blooms isn't your thing, consider choosing Lonas flowers. With beautiful snow-like color, the Dried Lonas will look boho and add the much needed X-factor to your Christmas Dried Flower Décor.
Dried Poppy Heads
Golden look lovely with festive colours like reds, greens, and whites, and match practically any colour scheme you might have at home. Dried Poppy Heads look stunning in bouquets that stand alone, or possibly with a little preserved foliage to compliment its unique texture.
A truly magical flower, Trailing Amaranthus with its delicate red petals evoking falling snow, this cascading bloom has a fairytale appearance. Hanging Amaranthus look stunning in dried flower garlands, or possibly with a little greenery, spilling over the rims of vases, or hanging from macrame hangers like snow.
Copper, gold, or maybe white? It's clear; we adore Preserved Ruscus in all of their hues and frequently incorporate them into compositions like wreaths, bouquets, and even dried flower arrangements. These lovely dried flowers make us think of Christmas decorative balls that, when incorporated into many different designs, can bring the celebrations to life.
Preserved Eucalyptus Nicoly
Words fall short to describe the beauty and pouwer Eucalyptus holds. At first glance, Eucalyptus Bunches might feel unextraordinary. Nothing special, you could say. However, when it is shown in a dried arrangement, it takes on an entirely another look. Its tiny, gorgeous leaves are delicate, and they mix in with every type of dried flower. Be it a Wreath Dried Bouquet, Dried Garland or Mantle piece decor, Eucalyptus leaves fit in perfectly.
When in doubt, choose pink! With bushels of this traditional holiday flower, you may add lushness and depth to your dried christmas arrangements. With its tiny, ball-shaped dried blooms, dried Cardistella gives dried flower creations a lighter, more voluminous feel.
If you consider white to be a festive must-have, consider include some of these cream beauties in your centrepiece for Christmas. Dried Nigella adds the romantic and rustic touch that we adore in dried flower bouquets to any design where it is employed.
These little flower balls, which resemble delicious candies almost, but are not meant to be consumed. But they certainly give bouquets a jolt and give them life. Our beloved Dried Scabiosa add a vibrant appearance to any dried flower arrangements, and we adore it.
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