Stylish flowers for your New Year’s party
When it comes to holiday décor, there have been a number of changes over the years. What was once seen as beautiful years ago is considered out of date today. If you are planning on hosting a fabulous New Year’s party, you’ll need to choose the perfect décor.
When you welcome the New Year, you want to enjoy the celebrations in style. Just as you prepare by getting dressed up and doing your hair, so too do you need to dress your home for the occasion. Firstly, you will need to give your home a good cleaning from top to bottom. You want your home to be perfect but you also want to make your guests feel welcome.
The best way of decorating your home without too much effort is by ordering flowers and placing them in various rooms around your home. Some good places that could use a floral touch include your entrance hall, living room, kitchen, dining room, and even your bathrooms. The size and colours of each bouquet will depend on the size and colour scheme of that room. You don’t necessarily need to use the same colour flowers as your décor. In fact, it would be even better if the colours created a contrast instead. So, if you have a blue or purple room, consider displaying yellow flowers for example.
If you are hosting a formal dinner then you should definitely remove your Christmas centrepiece and replace it with something more fitting for this occasion. When choosing your flowers, consider something sophisticated like white roses and perhaps some accessories with a bit of sparkle. You can add some lights or a candle to this bouquet if you like.
As for buffet tables, your food will provide most of the visual attraction but as the bowls, plates, and trays empty, you will start to notice how empty the table really is. Prevent this from happening by placing modest bouquets in between various dishes. You want to make sure that your flowers don’t get in the way of your guests serving themselves. You also want to ensure that your florist provides you with flowers that do not have any toxic properties.
If you don’t have too much space on your dinner table but you still want to add colour and style, you could opt for several small bouquets or even bud arrangements. Line the centre of your table with these small arrangements and there will be more than enough space for your cutlery, crockery, and glassware. Remember, you can also display flowers on your walls in the form of sprays or wreaths. These are great for particularly small rooms.