In just two weeks, it will be Halloween. While the first thing that may spring to mind is ghosts, ghouls and vast quantities of candy, the holiday is also All Hallows’ Eve. November 1 is All Saints, so for the Catholic community in particular, this is a religious holiday.
October is the month of Halloween, as should be very obvious the minute you walk into any store. Orange is suddenly the color to be seen in, and chocolate the snack of choice. Here at daFlores, we got to thinking about how you can use flowers at Halloween, and we came up with some ideas. Read on for a fun and outside-the-box look at Halloween and flowers.
With Halloween just a couple of weeks away and the de facto start of the holiday season, it’s time to start thinking about seasonal flowers. For Halloween and Thanksgiving, oranges and golds are reflective of the time of year, fall or early winter depending on where you are. Flowers make an excellent centerpiece to a festive table and are welcoming when the days are getting shorter and colder.
Halloween is just 10 days away and marks the first of the classic fall holidays. It’s now time to order your fall flowers in time for All Hallow’s Eve. Darker days and the imminent end of daylight savings mark the changing of the seasons. Why not brighten up your day with some cheerful fall flowers for Halloween? We’ve put on our thinking caps and come up with three simple ideas to incorporate flowers this October 31.