Floral Trimmings :: Organic Holiday Bouquet

Organic Holiday Arrangement | The Byrd Collective for Camille Styles

It’s not unusual that my home is decked out with as many fresh flowers as possible, but when the holidays roll around it’s a whole different ball game. For this week’s floral trimmings project, Ash is back with a gorgeous holiday-inspired arrangement that boasts her signature wild and organic style, chock full of seasonal blooms and fresh foliage – some of which can be found in your own backyard. Keep reading for her tips on how to craft the perfect arrangement for your holiday entertaining, and if you’re just now joining us, be sure to check out the amazing bay laurel garland Ash shared last week.

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  • vase
  • oak foliage
  • Henry Bockstoce peonies
  • Queen Anne’s lace
  • scabiosa
  • amaryllis
  • pepper berry
  • clippers

organic holiday arrangement | the byrd collective for Camille Styles

The holidays wouldn’t be complete in our house without a full arrangement in a Keith Kreeger vase. I am in love with these Henry Bockstoce peonies. So in love. They opened up to be as big as my head!

organic holiday arrangement | the byrd collective for Camille Styles

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I started the arrangement with oak foliage cut from my yard.  It just fell perfectly when I put it in the vase. I then added in a few stems of Queen Anne’s lace cut at different heights and three of the Henry Bockstoce peonies, again, cut at different lengths.

organic holiday arrangement | the byrd collective for Camille Styles

I could have stopped there but I like to add a few extra touches. Scabiosa, amaryllis and pepper berry were added in, then I finished the arrangement with a personal favorite: hellebores.

organic holiday arrangement | the byrd collective for Camille Styles

*photographs by Carli Kiene

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14 Responses to “Floral Trimmings :: Organic Holiday Bouquet”

  1. Lindsay {Everistta}

    Gorgeous! I would love to know how to make better arrangements. Thanks for sharing!

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    • ashley

      Lindsay-thanks so much! Have fun with your flowers and don’t be afraid of them! Happy Holidays!

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  2. Chanel Dror

    I love the oak foliage… perfect for the season & found practically everywhere this time of year!

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    • ashley

      Sweet Chanel-I love the oak too, it makes the arrangement come to life. xo

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  3. Brad Bailey

    It looks great, but that is no surprise. I am very lucky to be surrounded by so much beauty everyday.

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    • ashley

      thanks honey-i love you.

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    • ashley

      hi lily-thank you! well, i have had lots of practice, but if you just follow the steps you will make your own look gorgeous as well. happy holidays!

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    • ashley

      thanks so much sallie. happy holidays to you too!
      xoxo

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  4. sarah

    gorgeous!

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    • ash

      thanks sweet sarah. xoxo

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  5. judy

    Please bring this to Corpus Christi for the holidays.

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    • ash

      ok mom-i will try. xo

      Reply

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