Add witch decorations to a fall arrangement.
Creating a Halloween centerpiece is as simple as placing Halloween decorations in a fall arrangement. I make arrangements in a liner that can be placed in different containers.
In this centerpiece, felt Witch decorations are placed on wooden picks and added to the fall arrangement. Other decorations can be ghosts or skeletons placed on wooden picks or dowels, then cut to different heights. Treat the decoration as a focal point. Place the decoration is varying positions to accent the arrangement.
This arrangement is placed in the witch’s cauldron. After Halloween, the Halloween decorations can be removed and the arrangement placed in a Thanksgiving or Fall container to persevere with the season.
Calm Halloween anxiety with fresh flowers in bright colors!
Just because Halloween is full of death and dried bones, doesn’t mean that you can’t have some fun with flowers! In the scenescapes for Halloween, there are many articles that are old, dried, trashed, and covered with questionable materials. In an attempt to try to scare a person, some creators go overboard with substances.
Fresh flowers are overlooked as a decorating element for Halloween because they’re filled with happy aspects! Fresh flowers can add balance to the setting. Combat the aroma of decay with a variety of scents from an arrangement of fresh flowers. Be playful with the arrangements. Make the arrangements in whimsical containers. Use a large number of multiple, small arrangements.
Add fresh flowers to the next Halloween décor.
Remember flowers when decorating for a Halloween Party!
Decorating for a Halloween Party can be very colorful. Bright colors are offered in the Fall season. Many people think of black, white, and orange for Halloween. Bright colors of red, yellow, green are added to the orange in this arrangement. Many varieties of flowers in bold colors are available in the Fall season. Blooms available in the Fall can include: Golden Rod, Cattails, Yarrow. Mix these with bright colors of Gerbera Daisies, Carnations, and Chrysanthemums
This arrangement draws the eye because of the bold colors in a small area. The design is featured with miniature carnations, yellow cushion pom-poms, green button pom-poms, and orange altromeria. Miniature blooms are used because the container is a child’s sippy cup.
Decorating with flowers in the fall can be bright and cheerful.
One possibility for covering the pot of a plant.
In my family working in the flower shop, we learned very young how to wrap plants. There are many options for covering the pot for a plant. A basket for the plant is a great option, but can be costly. Another option is the inexpensive plastic covers. These need to be chosen carefully, making sure that they will hold water and the color not bleed.
In my opinion, one of the most efficient ways to decorate a potted plant is to wrap the pot with florist’s foil. This is a special decorative foil fused with plastic. This makes the foil waterproof and adds strength. Florist’s foil is available in many colors. I cover the pot by wrap a pot by pleating the foil. Add ribbon and a bow to hold the foil in place. To me, this gives a finished look to the plant.
Florist’s Foil Edge
A crown of tiny, tiny blooms!!
Baby's Breath is one of my favorites! There is so much you can do with it and it always looks light and airy.
The Baby’s Breath Halo should be big enough to firmly rest on the head without falling off. There are many ways of placing the Halo- low near the eyes or to the back of the head. The placement of the Baby’s Breath Halo will determine the length of form needed for the Halo.
A Baby’s Breath Halo is so sweet with the tiny blooms. Baby’s Breath is thick enough to be the only blossom. This example uses the Baby’s Breath with only ribbons accents. Another halos can be made by adding miniature roses, carnations, alstromeria, or other small blooms.