Evergreen Gold

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Evergreen Gold

The Rustic Elegance of Evergreen and Gold perfectly translated for the Holidays

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We’ve had enough of “hum-drum holiday”.  Believe me; it’s so easy to get caught in the trap. How does one create a Christmas that feels inspired in the midst of shelves full of outdated Elves and musty old Santas? At Event Kings, with our sister division, King Lily Floral we know how to capture the majesty of winter.

The trick is to choose items and decorations that evoke the comfort of the classic traditions that we all yearn for during the cold winter months and combine them with current trends. It’s an ability to combine the posh and polished with the simple and rustic. 

During the month of December, red and blue always seemed to be the go to shades. Jessica Ciardullo, owner and designer at King Lily Floral offers a new perspective, “My trend this year is green and gold. Especially green runners made from magnolia leaves, ruscus, seeded eucalyptus and evergreen.”

Even more perfect, is that the utilization of green – especially evergreen – provides a non-denominational holiday atmosphere. Everyone can recognize the beauty found in nature. These floral arrangements compliment winter perfectly, like quite little evergreens tucked away in a snowy forest. Strategically placed tea lights supply miniature glimmers of magic for guests to enjoy as they sparkle. Sumptuous runners cascade over the tables, imitating the lush winter forest of our favorite fairy tales.


Green makes a statement all on its own, but if you want to add accents that convey luxury, then gold is the way to go. Jessica explains, "Accents in gold add to the holiday glamour but with a modern feel." In other words, don't be afraid to shine. Gold is not gaudy when it is used as a well-placed accent. It's a shade that speaks to warmth and comfort, perfectly complimenting the lucious green landscape of a en elegant holiday party.


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