With a new year comes opportunities for celebration and joy. Maybe a friend or relative is about to welcome a new bundle of joy into their life. With the holiday rush behind us, it can be easy to overlook gift-giving in the month of January. Show your love for January babies, young and old, with winter flowers from Teleflora:
This dainty yet luxurious bouquet makes for an excellent welcoming present to a new arrival. With a mix of white roses, white alstroemeria, yellow button spray chrysanthemums and blue delphinium, this arrangement includes stunning gender-neutral options for both baby boys and girls. Bupleurum, dusty miller and leatherleaf fern add texture and greenery to the delicate flowers. Teleflora delivers this bouquet in a glass baby block keepsake cube, an adorable vase the parents can use to decorate the baby’s room.
With a winter birth, it makes sense to gift the child and parents with flowers in the color that best fits the season: white. The Peace and Joy Bouquet is a chic all-white bouquet that will look stunning in any room, from the nursery to the kitchen and anywhere in between. The arrangement is made up of white roses, white spray roses, white Asiatic lilies, white carnations and white button spray chrysanthemums, which contrast beautifully against assorted greenery. This bouquet perfectly represents the peace and joy families receive upon a visit from the stork.
When people give gifts to newborn infants or their parents, they typically send items in one of three colors: pink, blue or the gender-neutral yellow. If you are interested in presenting a gift that differs from the norm, you might consider Teleflora’s Enchanted Cottage bouquet, which incorporates imaginative shades of white and purple. White roses, lavender stock and waxflower make for a beautifully fragrant, lush display that will brighten up any nursery.
If you’d like to congratulate the family on a new arrival, you might decide to give the parents a gift that will brighten up their home. With the craziness that comes with nurturing a child during the third trimester, they might not have put much detail into their winter decorations. Brighten up their living room or dining room with this stunning centerpiece, which combines elegant flowers and greenery with festive red berries and pinecones. Red roses, white calcynia, dusty miller, flat cedar, white pine, noble fir, magnolia leaves, seeded eucalyptus and parvifolia eucalyptus make for a lush, multidimensional winter decoration that brings a hint of festivity that resonates even a month after the holidays.