Floral Christmas Trends 2014

Written by Rona Wheeldon
December 10, 2014

With Christmas very swiftly approaching, we've gathered together a stunning selection box of bang up-to-date festive floral designs to share with you, all of which have been beautifully crafted by florists for the 2014 season!

Via Instagram, we'll look at some of the trends that are appearing in shops, hotels, homes and on lots of front doors throughout London. They include Au Naturel, Heartwarming Nostalgia, Snow White and Dazzling Metallic. Ready?!

Au Naturel

The natural look is proving to be very popular, with all-foliage designs in abundance. Whether pared back or enhanced with cones, fragrant cinnamon, twigs, fruit or even feathers, this pure botanical style is a sure winner.

Rebel Rebel

Rebel Rebel wreath

Jo Flowers

Jo Flowers wreath

Blue Sky Flowers

Blue Sky Flowers wreath

That Flower Shop

That Flower Shop wreath

Euphoric Flowers

Euphoric Flowers wreath

Rob Van Helden

Rob Van Helden wreath

Heartwarming Nostalgia

Harking back to Christmases past, the traditional look, sometimes with a modern twist, is very much in prevalence. Think predominantly red and green and you can't go far wrong.

Jane Packer

Jane Packer Flowers design

Simon Lycett

Simon Lycett Christmas tree design

Zita Elze

Zita Elze wreath

Paul Thomas

Paul Thomas Christmas Tree design

Mary Jane Vaughan

May Jane Vaughan table design

Flora Starkey

Floral Starkey wreath design

Snow White

A true cert to make an appearance at Christmas is an all-white arrangement, or two. Such a classic style, but also oh, so contemporary.

Mary Jane Vaughan

Mary Jane Vaughan table design

Rebel Rebel

Rebel Rebel home design

Dazzling Metallic

Silver, gold and copper are also adding a sprinkle of festive sparkle to designs this season. These shiny colours bring a real sense of glamour and sophistication to arrangements!

Jane Packer

Jane Packer white wreath design


McQueens table decoration

By Appointment Only Design

By Appointment only Christmas Tree designs


McQueens tree design

InWater Flowers

InWater Flowers wreath design

By Appointment Only Design

By Appointment Only Design Christmas Tree

Rob Van Helden

Rob Van Helden Christmas fireplace design

Your Designs

A's Flowers

A's Flowers Designs

Brooksby College

Brooksby College designs

CJS Plants

CJS Plants designs

Indeco Flowers

Indecoflowers designs

Muscari London

Muscari London designs

The Flower Bird

Sarah Williams designs

Charlotte Elizabeth

Charlotte Elizabeth designs

Abigail Cook

Abigail Cook designs

We'd love to see photos of your Christmas 2014 designs, which you've made using flowers, foliage, plants and sundries from New Covent Garden Flower Market. Please, either: Send an email to, stating your company name and website address. Or: Post your photo on Twitter and include the hash tag #NCGFMChristmas2014 in your tweet. Your photos will then be uploaded into this section.

We hope you've enjoyed this new Christmas Trends report. And if you've not seen it already and are looking for more inspiration, check out our bumper Christmas Special Report, which gives you the lowdown on all the festive fabulousness currently at Nine Elms.

We're open up to and including Christmas Eve and you can find the opening times over the Christmas and New Year period here. As always, please do ask away below if you have any questions or would like to make any general comments. We'd love to hear from you…

P.S. Did you know that New Covent Garden Flower Market has recently joined Instagram? You can find us @MarketFlowers.


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