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Posted by Currans Flowers on December 20, 2016 | Last Updated: December 25, 2016 Flowers

Start the New Year Off with Flowers

New Year
The season continues, with snow outside and all the warmth of the holidays inside! As we prepare for the New Year’s celebrations and parties, and it is hard to quell our anticipation. The new year represents new beginnings, renewed hope, and fresh opportunity – what a great reason to gather with those we love. Whether you are throwing the party this New Year’s Eve, or are attending a friend’s gala, flowers are the perfect way to bring all the festivity right into your home.

Which Flowers Represent the New Year? White flowers are traditional at this time of year, as they signify a fresh start. As we take once glance backward at the old and look forward in anticipation to the new, white flowers embody the spirit of excitement. White lilies, orchids, roses, hydrangea all shine beautifully on a cold winter night, and the addition of seasonal elements such as frosted pinecones, holly, and evergreen add to the magic. new year

If you are attending a party at the home of a loved one, chances are excellent that their holiday decor is still as festive as ever. Add to their table with this exquisite hostess gift of green orchids and hydrangea, white roses, and red berry accents. This memorable gift is sure to start the new year off right. New yearWhat About Those Resolutions? Although experts tell us that we don’t have a great track record with resolutions, we still feel compelled to make them. The wide-open possibility of a new year beckons us to do a bit better in the coming months. This year, resolve to let the people in your life know how much they mean to you, and you are sure to be successful! (and we are here to help).

Throughout the years, Curran’s Flowers has been privileged to be invited into your special celebrations and moments. We look forward to a new year full of love and happiness, as we celebrate all your Danvers occasions with the beauty of flowers.