Floral Design Institute Reveals 2014 Christmas Trends

Make the 2014 Holiday Season Sparkle With This Year’s Most Current Colors, Flowers, and Styles.
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PORTLAND, Ore. - Sept. 22, 2014 - PRLog -- Floral Design Institute presents unique and modern floral trends that will bring an extra special element to your holiday entertaining and decor this season.

Sparkling Crystal offers excitement and shine. This holiday theme presents a cool and clean palette. The colors are that of freshly fallen snow; soft blues and pale purples nestled among crisp white. Flowers include phalaenopsis orchids, flocked glittering branches, pale carnations, and hanging amaranths. Mixing together with clear crystal elements and embellished with touches of silver for added shine and a kiss of frost.

Natural Woodland inspires a more organic Christmas theme. Texture is key in the floral designs of this motif; pinecones, pods, mosses, and succulents are paired with bare branches, birch bark, river rocks, and trendy tillandsia or air plants for a casual and earthy vibe. Colors evolve from a log cabin in the woods; warm and cozy browns, rust oranges, muted moss green, and a touch of bronze adds a soft sheen that ignites the holiday spirit.

Champagne Glow evokes the opulence of an old-world Christmas season. Soft creams and blush hues harmonize with rich gold. Floral arrangements will include luxurious garden roses, soft snowberries, lush pine, and gilded greenery anchored with golden pillar candles for the glow and essence of a lavish Christmas party.

Classic Holiday is just that. Red and Green will always be a festive and pleasing combination for the Christmas season. Vibrant green cymbidium orchids, traditional red roses, holly, and evergreens are the perfect seasonal adornments for this harmony. Added shine is brought into the floral arrangements with metallic wire and matte finished Christmas ornaments. The richness of the holidays is brought to life with this classic combination.

Visit the Floral Design Institute website for the more floral trends and inspirational how to design videos (http://floraldesigninstitute.com/newsletter-christmas-tre...).

You can see each of the theme trends in the Flower Lovers Club Video Trend Library.

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