Pine trees are obviously the most traditional source of decor for the holiday season. Moreover, purchasing a huge Christmas tree and decorating it with ornaments and colorful light bulbs is often one of the best parts of the festive time. But if you seriously want to switch up this tradition, then replace tinsel and bulbs with refreshing flowers.
Flowers are the last thing that comes to your mind while decorating a Christmas tree. However, this year a blog DesignLoveFest has started a new trend of using fake or real flowers to turn your Christmas tree into a giant merry bouquet.
Inspired by a ‘DIY Floral Tree’ tutorial posted on the aforementioned blog, people have started to give flowery makeover to the trees. Who knew that few flowers could make a holiday tree look absolutely gorgeous? Even you can spruce up your festive tree with silk or fresh flowers, depending on your preferences.
Have a look at the striking images given below to take inspiration from any of these floral Christmas trees.
# Colorful country tree
— PalmNorthCityLibrary (@pncitylibrary) December 13, 2015
# Floral tree with golden tinge
— Emily White (@emilyvvhite) December 11, 2015
# Illuminating flowers and butterflies
— Hensie Gaye Garcia (@girlypinkhensie) December 14, 2015
# Epic Christmas tree with red flowers
Floral Christmas Tree 3@ pic.twitter.com/t3mT8rkg7R
— what’s life? (@rumperbdotcom) December 13, 2015
# Wonderful holiday tree
The iconic designer Kaffe Fassett @kaffefassettbeauty decorating the stunning tree at @thechelseagardener event ????Makesure you stop by & check out the wonderful display & our pretty @achilleaflowers range !!! ?? Perfect for those #ChristmasGifts ? #kaffe4TCG #kaffefassett #chelsea #cosmetics #beauty #eventinlondon #christmas #christmas2015 #holidaysarecoming #christmastreedecorating #bestchristmastree #bloggers #flblogger #instabeauty #instastyle #florals #floralchristmastree #art #decor #interiors #home
# Classic white
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