From sharing Christmas wishes with the special people in your life to making a home feel suitably festive, Christmas flowers have a special role to play at this most magical time of the year. After all, few images of the season would be complete without a beautiful Christmassy table centre featuring traditional flowers and foliage, a delightful candle design on a mantle piece, or a twinkly Christmas tree adorned with decorations. And how can we forget the traditional poinsettia plants?
Unsurprisingly, the tradition of giving flowers and plants as gifts at Christmas – or decorating homes with them – dates back centuries. Some examples include:
Today, sending Christmas flowers remains as popular as ever. At Direct2Florist, we’re dedicated to connecting friends, family and loved ones through the gift of Christmas flowers – with traditional flowers – and colours for that matter – very much at the heart of Direct2florist’s Christmas range.
Quintessential festive foliage, including holly and ivy, combine with customer favourite flowers – think suitably Christmassy blooms of poinsettias, roses, amaryllis and lilies in a range of designs.
Those looking to Christmas flowers delivered can choose from a huge selection of designs including vase arrangements, basket designs, table centres, Christmas candle arrangements, fun festive gift bags and much more. For the perfect finishing touches, we’ve even added a glorious selection of seasonal accessories (think more traditional Christmas items), all gorgeously packaged just as you would expect at this time of the year.
Whether you’re sending flowers to family members you can’t be with or looking to mark the festive season with the most memorable Christmas present, our seasonal selection has it covered. Even for those who it seems finding the perfect gift is an insurmountable task, we’ve got a Christmas flower delivery to suit – and in the process you’ll be helping to continue a century old tradition of Christmas flower giving.
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