HALLOWEEN FLOWER DECORATION IDEAS
The symbols of October are the beautiful colours of autumn leafs, warm pumpkin spice latte, and Halloween of course. Now, is the right time to think about the Halloween decoration- let’s start with flowers! We love to share our Halloween tips & trends in combination with beautiful Autumn flowers.
6 FLORAL TIPS FOR HALLOWEEN
If you lack inspiration on which flowers to pick for your Halloween pumpkin arrangement- we have a few tips for you. Luckily Autumn is rich with Halloween appropriate seasonal flowers that are very likely available at your local flower shop.
#1 HALLOWEEN COLOUR PALETTE
Orange, black, yellow or dark purple- go for any of these, and you won’t be disappointed! If you are looking for a spooky look, you can also get away with bright green or glow in the dark!
2# PAINTED FLOWERS
If you have been following our social media accounts, you know that Roses are flowers of the month during October and they would fit perfectly in any Autumn bouquet. Roses, as well as Dianthus flowers are classic favourites. They are a must-have for any florist shop and they can be dyed/waxed in any color, even black!
The painted flowers from left to right: Rosa EC Paint Silver Grey- Black, Dianthus st paint Molly Caramello and Rosa EC Paint Black.
3# WE ♥ ORANGE
A bouquet of orange lilies, yellow sunflowers, and orange Alstroemeria serves as both a fall bouquet and a Halloween bouquet with its candy corn colors.
Photo credits: Alstroemerias and Seasonal flower by 365 Days of Flowers and yellow Liliums by Yourlily.
4# BERRY AUTUMN!
You can always add some Rose hips for that typical Autumn look and create a trendy center piece for your dining table. Use blue or purple berries for that extra pop of colour.
Photo credit: 365 Days of Flowers.
5# GET INSPIRED BY OTHERS ON SOCIAL MEDIA
You can see more inspiration for Halloween decoration with Chinese lantern plant, Dahlia, and Eryngium on the phots below.
On the left you can see a picture by Danita Edwards, Pinterest. The picture on the right is from Andrea Mendoza, Miami Flower Market.
If you are looking to add that extra spooky note to your flower arrangements, you can always add some creative accessories. For example, use a skull for a vase if you can find one. Here are a few more options:
- Add spiders or spider webs to your bouquet.
- Spatter fake blood on the edge of your white Roses.
- Place fake eyeballs in the center of dark red or black Roses for an eye-popping display.
- Or is you like a good scare, tuck a fake hand into the center of a blood-flecked bouquet and wait for screams.
Want to know more about pumpkins? Check out our news blog about Flowers & Pumpkins!
Photo credit: 365 Days of Flowers.Back to overview