Floral Christmas Trends 2019

Written by Rona Wheeldon
December 18, 2019

Six of the biggest Floral Christmas Trends for 2019 in the form of decorated trees, wreaths, pedestal designs, table arrangements and even a dress, can be found in this year's round-up!

Glitz, glamour and sparkle remain very much in vogue this yuletide. However, hot on their heels are visible signs of the Sustainable Floristry Movement, which has been growing in leaps and bounds over the last twelve months.

Read on to discover more about the major themes for Christmas 2019...


Natural circular bases made of clematis, willow and other types of soft vine form the basis for many a door decoration this month. Sometimes adorned with dried flowers and foliage, and occasionally combined with fresh blooms, these nature-inspired style designs are proving to be a big hit with florists and their clients.

JamJar Flowers

Grace & Thorn

Hiding in the City Flowers

Urban Flower Co



Staying with foliage including blue spruce, ivy, mistletoe and eucalyptus, we're seeing it steal the show with installations, traditional Christmas designs and even a mannequin.

Mary Jane Vaughan

Rebel Rebel

SuperNature Flowers

In Water Flowers

Joanne Truby Floral Design


Dried, whole and sliced, apples and oranges, are selling like hot cakes at New Covent Garden Flower Market! And they've been incorporated beautifully into these arrangements.

Zita Elze

Jens Jakobsen Floral Construction

Augustus Bloom

NB Flowers

Wild at Heart


London town is well and truly being painted red with incredibly tall Christmas trees adorned with red bows, delightfully textured door wreaths with shiny red baubles and urns brimming with assorted festive scarlet flowers and berries.

Paul Thomas Flowers

Rob Van Helden Floral Design

Philip Hammond at The Dorchester

John Carter Flowers

Petal to the Metal


White Christmas colour schemes are popular again with ethereal table decorations, breath-taking gallery installations and exquisite bridal bouquets.

Kitten Grayson Flowers


Shane Connolly


This year, blue really shines out as a colour that many florists have chosen for yuletide designs, from gorgeous wreaths to fabulous flower walls!

Scarlet & Violet

Simon Lycett


Larry Walshe


Susan Adams & her team for St Marys Barnes Church

Susan Adams & her team for St Marys Barnes Church

Susan Adams & her team for St Marys Barnes Church

Susan Adams & her team for St Marys Barnes Church

We’d love to see photos of your Christmas 2019 designs, which you've made using flowers, foliage, plants and sundries from the Flower Market. Simply tag your images on Instagram with our hashtag, #behindeverygreatflorist. We'll then feature a selection.

We hope you’ve enjoyed this year’s Floral Christmas Trends Report and that your run-up to Christmas goes as smoothly as possible, now that we're on the final straight! We look forward to seeing you here again in the New Year.

P.S. Over the Christmas and New Year period, please check with our wholesalers for the dates and times they'll be in the market.


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