Design A Holiday Centerpiece Like A Pro With The Help Of These Tips

Design A Christmas Centerpiece Like A Pro With The Help Of These Tips

Wow! Sometimes simple is best. I like this holiday centerpiece video from Flower Joos and I think you will too!

If you’re serious about learning how to design a classic holiday centerpiece for your dining room table, then check out this step-by-step video guide.

It doesn’t matter whether you are a seasoned pro or an inexperienced floral designer, you’ll come away with some great tips you’ll learn in this video.

It’s a video I think you’ll love too, especially if you like entertaining family and friends. Watch it and see if you agree.

That’s it, folks! I’m hoping you feel that watching the video was time well-spent. John McDonald (Flower Joos) is a floral designer who grew into the floral business using a lot of the same techniques that I also cut my teeth on. This video is a prime example.

Just to quickly recap…

The big takeaways from this video for me were:

  1. Traditional holiday greens, like pines and holly, do not have to be used. You can use any type of greens you choose. Candles are also optional.
  2. This type of centerpiece construction is adaptable for any season and occasion.
  3. Using foliages in the manner shown will result in less product being needed to do a floral arrangement. A great money-saving tip!

If you plan on making a holiday centerpiece following this tutorial, you’ll only need a small number of flowers and greens.

I suggest heading over to your local florist and purchasing from them because a local florist is always my first choice!

Any of the supplies used, including the taper candle holders, floral foam, container and waterproof floral tape, can be found on our Amazon page

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