Halloween decorating and gifts need not be limited to plastic gewgaws from the discount store and fake webs that leave traces of fuzz into Thanksgiving. Whether you’ve been booed and you need to pay it forward, or you’re looking for a festive flower basket to star on your harvest party buffet table, you’ll find something in these top 10 Halloween flower arrangements.
If you didn’t have time to whip up your favorite dip or cookie recipe for the Halloween party you’re attending, bring along this frosted orange glass vase of 14 brilliant assorted mums and daisies in their glory. The black organza wrap adds seasonal interest that helps this arrangement live up to the “Happy Halloween” message on the vase.
It’s OK if you can’t choose between candy or flowers for your Halloween gift, you don’t have to! You can fill this clever double-walled vase with the candy corn included with the arrangement, if you have enough leftover after a few unauthorized snacks. Refill the vase later in other holiday arrangements with red hots for Valentine’s Day or jelly beans for Easter.
Orange lilies and crimson roses command attention in an affordable fall floral arrangement that also features green and red autumn foliage. This tasteful bouquet is an attractive centerpiece for office reception desks.
This is the kind of floral arrangement that makes you want to order flowers “just because.” When the recipient opens the delivered bakery box, they’ll be surprised to see this flowering cake of poms, statice, and a single rose crawling with spiders. This gift is a must for anyone with a Halloween birthday!
If your October style quotient is more about harvest than Halloween, this understated bouquet is just right. The sunflowers, chrysanthemums, and goldenrod flowers are just as at home on the Thanksgiving table as the harvest or Halloween buffet, and you can reuse the ceramic pumpkin for fall treats later.
With its lime green hair, mischievous smile, and striped stockings, this playful witch planter featuring a flowering orange kalanchoe is sure to elicit giggles from trick-or-treaters if you place it on an entryway table. Make this petite arrangement part of a larger centerpiece by nestling it in a platter of candy corn. Use the plant holder for next year’s treats or floral arrangment.