Succulents are proven to be one of the biggest on-trend products this year. They are used in wedding bouquets, wreaths, arrangements… The possibilities seem endless! Did you know that succulents are great to use in Christmas decorations? Below we listed some ideas, which can be carried on after the festive season. A true win-win situation!
An ongoing trend this year: succulent baubles! These living baubles are still gaining popularity and are great to use for Christmas. Just buy some open glass baubles and fill them with succulents. Instead of succulents, you could also opt for air plants to brighten up your baubles. Or fill the baubles with twigs like pine and holly to make it look even more Christmassy! Hang them in your Christmas tree for a natural on-trend look.
Living baubles are also great to use as decoration after all the festivities. Instead of putting them on a bed of snow, you can decorate it with sand, gravel or shells for instance. This will add some detail and colour. If you want to buy them ready-made, you could pay a visit to your local florist. Many florists sell living baubles these days. For example our Florismart florist: The Garden Studio.
Are you a real succulent-addict? Try a succulent tree this year. Add some lights, garlands or ornaments and your Christmas tree is good to go. You could also use the tree as a festive table decoration during your Christmas dinner. One thing is for sure: it will be a real eye-catcher this Christmas!
Still in love with your succulent tree after Christmas? No problem! When you remove the Christmas ornaments the tree is still a great decoration. Display your succulent tree on your window frame for instance, or put it outside.
Ready to make a statement on your front door? Buy a Christmas wreath featuring succulents and air plants. If you keep it natural it will still look amazing after Christmas as well! Are you a real trend-setter? Choose an asymmetrical succulent wreath. According to Pinterest, asymmetrical wreaths are one of the most popular Christmas trends for 2018!