Friday, November 22, 2013

5 Flower Arrangement ideas for your Holiday Table

Fresh Flowers always seem to take center stage on my holiday table. And even in the winter months, there are still an abundance of flowers and colors available to create amazing arrangements. 





So today, with less then a week away until Thanksgiving, I wanted to share some quick and easy arrangement's that I created, that you can make for your holiday table.

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My camellia's have just started to bloom. Perfect flower for the next couple of months. Details here.

Enjoy the beauty of fresh flowers .....and the holidays.

Grateful for~
nature and all it's blooms



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12 comments:

  1. These are all so beautiful, Laura. thanks for sharing. xo Laura

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  2. At first I thought those were photos from other sources. You are good, girl.

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  3. Pretty! Unfortunately, I'm flower arrangement challenged ...

    :) Linda

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  4. Beautiful. Maybe if I make the centerpiece so stunning on the Thanksgiving table no one will notice there are no chairs to sit on!

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  5. Gorgeous arrangements Laura. Beautiful photography!

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  6. Pretty photos!! What camera are you using?...I need to let Santa know.... :o) aimee

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  7. So many gorgeous flower arrangement Laura….I so love fresh flowers and I just love camellias!!!
    Have a great weekend!

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  8. I love all of them- especially the first one for my setting- xo Diana

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  9. I am tring to find your beautiful burlap tree that i saw on pinterest. Where can i find the tutorial for it? Thanks!

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  10. Your photography is so very beautiful !! Can't wait to see your flower arrangements !
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