We have a few fun Christmas flowers to tell you about today! Even through we’ve already talked about Christmas blooms in our 2015 Guide to Christmas Flowers and our Holiday Flowers to Give to Service Providers posts, we wanted to share some fun flowers with you that weren’t mentioned.
The Christmas flowers on today’s list of holiday blooms are stunning, like the others, but they’ve got something special about them. They’re fun flowers! Yes, fun flowers that bring smiles to those who look at them just because they’re, well fun to view.
We love decorating our house with these fun Christmas flowers, but they’re also quite delightful when placed on top of a holiday package. Consider purchasing some of these blossoms for yourself, to bring cheer to your home. Or, buy a bouquet of them for someone special.
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Candy-striped amaryllis offers dazzling swirls of red and white for your holiday dinner table, mantel, or other festive space. You can find these fun Christmas flowers in a few different patterns, including a red flower with white edging and a white-petaled flower brushed in red. We love a bunch of candy-striped amaryllis tied together with a pretty white ribbon and placed in a tall vase.
A cluster of paperwhites can look like a seasonal snow flurry in your home! Paperwhites are beautiful when floating in a silver bowl or when placed in a shallow glass dish. They’re an enchanting, fun flower for an elegant holiday party or occasion.
White Asiatic Lilies
White Asiatic lilies pop when in an arrangement with greenery and smaller flowers, such as carnations. We think these flowers resemble stars, which makes them super fun and Christmas-y for us. We suggest you put three to five white Asiatic lilies in a medium vase, along with other white or red Christmas blooms, and then watch them become the stars of the show in an instant.
You can turn to these fun Christmas flowers when you want an arrangement for a holiday luncheon or dinner, gift-wrapping party, or even brunch. They’re bound to bring excitement, and cheer, into your home for the holidays and to those who view them.