December 15, 2016

Winter holiday style


Interested in adding a seasonal touch for your winter wedding or event? Use of greenery, textures and the choice of color palette are all a great way to bring the winter season to your bouquets and floral arrangements.

To create a winter holiday look, begin with winter seasonal foliages. Cedar, pine, spruce and other winter greenery make a great arrangement base this time of year. Next, add winter textures such as berries, twigs, pods and other accents for depth and detail. Additionally, consider your floral color palette when connecting to the season. Beyond the traditional red, white and green, consider palettes such as: burgundy and cream, white and icy silver, deep reds, whites and greens, and rich jewel tones. Need some ideas? Check out our website to see our seasonal creations.

Whether you are ready to create your own combinations or prefer to have us create something unique for you, contact us at either location or online. We’re ready to bring a little winter to you!

November 13, 2016

Beautiful Tributes


Custom floral tributes are an elegant way to honor and remember a loved one. Standing sprays come in several sizes and can be customized by choice of flowers, color, shape and size. Shown in this picture is an elegant large spray in a soft palette of white, cream, butter yellow with accents of bright yellow. To see a couple of more examples of standing spray wreaths, click below.

October 21, 2016

Terrarium Love


Wondering how to care for a succulent terrarium? Place the terrarium in a bright location, ideally near a window with lots of indirect sunlight. Succulents and cactus require very little water, just a dribble every couple of weeks or so, and even less in winter. Let dry completely between waterings. Remove any dry leaves as needed. If your terrarium includes a tillandsia (air plant), remove to soak in water for a half hour or so about once a week.

Care: Bright, Indirect Light • Very Low Water • Ave indoor temperature

October 12, 2016

Succulent boutonnieres


What goes better with a bouquet with succulents? How about a boutonniere to match! Succulents continued in 2016 to be a popular wedding and event accent. Shown here are some succulent boutonnieres using echeverias and seasonal accents. Interested in an airplant boutonniere? Click on the link below.

August 22, 2016

Wedding style: succulents



 

Succulents continue to be a bride favorite, here's a few from this wedding season. On top: a palette of butter yellow, caramel and sage green. In the middle: creams, blush, and peach. On bottom: pale to medium shades of bridal pink. All three bouquets shown are bursting with textures including berries, herbs and seasonal accents. Interested in succulent boutonnières? Click on the link below to see more pics.

July 18, 2016

In season: dahlias


The summer dahlias are in! Shown here is a pink variety (almost neon, really), but we currently have many colors to chose from. Each week you will find that the the dahlia color and varietal selection varies. (Of course, we keep our favorites on hand, too!) Choose from styles including decorative, pom, ball, and cactus. While most cut varieties are 3-4 inch in width, larger dinner plate style dahlias can measure 8-10 inches. Stop by either our Pearl or Burnside locations to check out our selection.

June 27, 2016

Wedding style: white and greens


Always a popular and classic wedding palette choice, mixes in whites and greens work in any season. The bouquet designs featured here are detailed and textured, and include some wedding flower favorites such as Vendela roses, lisianthus, freesia, and Patience garden roses.