“What looks, color palettes or products are you most excited to be presenting to your customers this coming holiday season?”

Dusty pink and muddy copper are going to make a big splash in our holiday flowers this season. We always keep our decorations for the season natural, with muted metallics and lots of greenery. So the pop of color will have a fun impact and create a fresh look from the classic oranges and reds.
Remy Greco-Brault
Remy Greco-Brault
Bozeman, Mont.

The shop’s primary theme will be a polar bear’s letter to Santa asking for cold weather, with a bear family vignette featuring white vessels and all white flowers with branches and a few pine cones. We will donate a percentage of all sales to the World Wildlife Federation.
Lynn Selfridge
Doghaus Blooms
Stephens City, Va.

I specialize in weddings and events, and I am designing two woodland-themed weddings during the holiday season. One will have a wintry crisp all-white color palette with lots of branches and touches of blue and silver. The other with feature jewel-toned wildflowers, dark greenery and moss.
Teresa Eoff
Figure Eight Events
Fontana, Calif.

One of our main color palettes will be rose gold, burgundy and pink, and we expect the popularity of llamas to carry over into the holiday season.
Stephanie Navas
Flowers on Broadway
Rocky Point, N.Y.

Traditional red and white is always the most popular, but this year, I’m excited about the nostalgic rustic look of buffalo plaid and vintage pick-up trucks.
Oriana Hammerstrom
Woodinville Florist
Woodinville, Wash.