Fresh flowers for your New Years host

If you are visiting a friend or relative for New Years Eve, it is only appropriate for you to take something along for your gracious host. Even if they do not want you to bring and foods or sweets, you can at least bring a bottle of wine and something to brighten up their evening even more. Fresh flowers always make an excellent gift and here are some top tips to help you choose the right bouquet.

Types of flowers

When choosing the types of fresh flowers for the bouquet, it’s important to make sure that they will suit the preferences of the recipient. Some of the most elegant blooms include roses, lilies and orchids. So, look for a bouquet that will include or consist solely of these delightful flowers if you want to impress the host.

The right colour

Around this time of year we usually stick to basic colours like while and silver. You might like to opt for a pastel bouquet but These are most often enjoyed in the spring season. You also do not want your flowers to clash with the existing holiday décor in their home. So, sticking to a simple white bouquet will prove ideal.

Potted plants perhaps

Apart from fresh flowers, you could also consider presenting them with a potted plant. Some of the top choices include azaleas, orchids and succulents. Succulents are, in fact, the easiest of all to take care of. So, if you know that your host leads a very busy lifestyle, this will be the best gift that you can give.

Silk blooms

Another great idea for busy hosts is a bouquet of silk flowers. When you choose silk rather than fresh flowers, you can be sure that your floral gift will be enjoyed for years to come! These blooms will only need to be dusted from time to time in order to keep them looking beautiful.

When placing your order for fresh flowers, don’t forget that your florist may very well be able to include a bottle of bubbly with your order. This makes shopping even easier since you will not need to deal with busy shops and long queues before the New Years celebrations begin!