There's never been a better excuse for red peonies (not that we've ever needed one!). These bold red ranunculus blooms fade quite perfectly into white when paired with soft hues of blush and lavender. Photo by: Alexandra Vonk during a workshop with KT MERRY and Ruby Mary Lennox.

This festive wedding held at Maui's Upcountry Villa at Calasa Olive Farm hosts holiday inspired arrangements by Mandy Grace Designs, including fruit--which we love! Set's vintage green glassware beautifully compliments the hand-dyed silk runner by Adorn. Rustic French farm tables and French bistro chairs from Signature Boutique Event Rentals complete the warm family-style decor--perfect for the holidays!

You can never go wrong with all white florals as a classic way to celebrate a wedding held on New Year's Eve. A generous quantity of white blooms will deliver arrangements that are sure to amaze. When it comes to florals we live by the motto, "The more stems the merrier!"

Florist: Jennifer Laura Design 

To recreate this look, work with large blooms like dahlias, peonies and roses and add various shades of delicate greens and whites to complement the larger flowers.

Left: Florals by La Fete, Right: Photo by Lani Elias

We're all about these modern arrangements by Marisa from MetaFlora NYC. She marries tropical, more architectural blooms with fascinating, delicate textures to create alluring installations and arrangements. Pair with a red gown or lip for a subtle nod to the holidays.

This bouquet of red peonies by Siren Floral Co. is a classic and elegant choice. Hints of greenery and long black ribbon add a moody touch.

Left: An organic twist on a classic, this bridesmaid bouquet by Stylish Stems is a delicate yet striking choice for your best gals. Right: Teresa of Teresa Sena Designs, surrounds bold white blooms with tropical ferns and greenery, to create a beautifully shaped ethereal bouquet. 

The warm shades of amber throughout the decor of this Ojai wedding, photographed by Tec Petaja, create an earthy vibe. From dahlias to roses, berries and eucalyptus, these arrangements are exquisitely balanced. 

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left: Crystal of Southern Posies created a romantic garland of seeded eucalyptus, perfect for a festive sweetheart table. 

right: Ruby Mary Lennox poses with striking white Anthuriums, a tropical twist on a white Christmas!