The New Year is always a fairy tale not only for children, but also for most adults. Is it possible to imagine a real fairy tale without fresh flowers and bright decorations?
Among the New Year's decorations made from natural flowers and plant materials, classic New Year's options are always in fashion: various conifers, natural cones and berries, Christmas balls and icicles, artificial snow and snowflakes. Modernity is "present" in such festive decorations with spruce branches of various shades and potted plants traditionally considered to be Christmas: cypresses, araucaria, hippeastrum. In recent years, there has been a growing trend to decorate the interior with compositions of fresh fruits and sweets, collected in the form of a Christmas wreath or herringbone.
Classic New Year's bouquets are always a combination of fresh flowers and traditional New Year elements - various sparkles and cones, Christmas tree decorations, artificial snow and ice floes. As in any form of art, floristry also has its own trends and fashion trends, including for New Year's bouquets and decorations.
Orchid and chrysanthemum became the trend of 2013 among flowers. The variety of shades and forms of these plants allow them to be perfectly combined with their "neighbors" in the flora world, and with a variety of artificial and natural decorative elements. The traditional winter “frostiness” of the needles and the fragility of the tropical grace of orchids are a special chic of floral decorations this new year.
There are several color schemes for New Year's decorations. The red-green range is traditional, it is characterized by the presence of "winter" berries, natural cones, and all kinds of bright ribbons of the corresponding colors.
White jewelry evokes pure winter associations. For such a color scheme, the presence of sparkles, artificial snow and ice is organic.
The third classic theme for New Year's decoration is silver-blue. The main thing in the nature of this choice is the monochrome blue and the shine of silver. In such compositions, flowers are usually used only in blue or delicate white, decorated with rhinestones and crystals to give the decor a snowy effect. Since the upcoming 2013 is under the sign of the Black Water Snake, decorations in blue and blue tones, traditionally symbolizing the water element, will be especially appropriate.
Among the potted plants used in New Year's compositions, it is still among the favorites: poinsettias - not only red, but also white and pink; as well as azaleas and cyclamens - also of different colors.
Among the latest unexpected solutions of floristic fashion is the creation of bouquets and compositions in the "northern" style, which involves a combination of various fresh flowers with needles, and fixing the entire decoration with a knitted scarf or fabric with a classic New Year's "print" - deer and snowflakes, it is also permissible to use other elements winter wardrobe - knitted hats, mittens, etc.