Sure, cooking for family gatherings and shopping for gifts is exciting during the holiday season, but part of the fun is decorating your home. When it comes to your table spreads, you need décor that pops! Whether you’re going for a winter wonderland or sticking to a traditional color scheme, you don’t have to be a designer or a florist to build these beautiful arrangements. Stop by your local Publix Produce department and pick a few bunches of your favorite flowers to create your own arrangements for your home.

Red and Green Christmas Bouquet

  • Flowers: Red miniature carnations, green ball dianthus barbatus, red alstroemeria, red eryngium
  • Accents: Gold wire ribbon


White, Gold and Green Holiday Centerpiece

  • Flowers: White jumbo mums, green jumbo mums, baby’s breath
  • Accents: Gold ornaments


Classic Red and White Holiday Arrangement

  • Flowers: Matthiola incana, red roses, white roses, red alstroemeria
  • Accents: White pitcher


Candy Cane Centerpiece

  • Flowers: White pom daisy
  • Accents: Miniature candy canes, red ribbon, pearl pins


Holiday Orchids

If you’re not feeling crafty or you don’t have the time to create your own centerpiece, don’t worry! Choose from three beautiful, holiday-inspired orchids.

Publix Holiday Orchid

Caring for Your Arrangements

  • Cut stems at an angle one to two inches from the bottom allowing flowers to better absorb water.
  • Keep your arrangement away from sources of heat and out of direct sunlight to avoid damaging flowers.
  • Monitor your arrangement’s water and remove any leaves or petals from the water.


Do you plan on creating your own floral arrangement this Christmas? Share your tips with us in the comments below!

Caroline A.

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Caroline started with Publix as a cashier in 2015 and has developed a passion for writing and social media. She loves being a part of Publix’s culture and enjoys bringing new ideas to The Publix Checkout by writing about topics customers might not know about the company. Pub Subs and Publix Sweet Tea are her favorites, and you’ll always find her with an iced coffee in hand. Outside of work, Caroline enjoys traveling, watching college football and playing with her fur child.

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