Featuring unique and stunning Halloween arrangements in your store and online is a sure way to grab attention — and customers. Here are nine ideas you can use to design your own spooktacular arrangements and floral designs for Halloween events.
1. Seasonal Centerpiece
Halloween candies and pastries feature colors like orange, white, tan, and cream — so why not create an arrangement that looks like a holiday confection? This beautiful arrangement works perfectly in the center of a table of holiday goodies.
2. Hauntingly Gorgeous Garland
Garland isn’t just for Christmas! Create a stunning floral garland to use as a table runner, around a door, or climbing up a wall. Dark blooms and spiky greenery will make a gorgeous, haunted look.
3. Festive Floral Sash
Pumpkins and other gourds are standard Halloween arrangement vases. Why not mix it up by putting the flowers outside the pumpkin as a beautiful sash? It’s colorful, elegant, and festive.
4. Dark and Pale Perfection
Combining black flowers with pastels creates a spooky yet feminine look, perfect for a “Hocus Pocus” themed party. Don’t forget to add the cauldron vase to complete the look.
5. Stunning Skull Vase
The combination of stunning flowers in a white skull vase is sure to grab attention for all the right reasons! It’s spooky yet elegant, particularly when you use dark, moody florals to set off the bright white vase.
6. Sneaky Skeleton Hands
Individual blooms in beaker centerpieces are always popular, but this one has a unique attraction you may not see at first: skeleton hands popping up between the flowers. It’s a fantastically frightening centerpiece for a Halloween party table!
7. The Eyes Have It
We love the idea of adding an eye (or two or more) to an arrangement for a creepy yet whimsical touch. Create a floral design with moody colors like deep purples and blacks and have an eye peeking out here and there to create a spooky surprise!
These are a few wonderfully wicked ways to add drama and interest to your Halloween offerings this year. We would love to see what you come up with, so share them on social media and tag us!