We can’t help but swoon every time we see a beautiful arrangement with anemones. It’s one of those iconic blooms that will never, ever go out of style. Anemones are incredibly versatile and pair with almost every color palette, making them the perfect accent flower for weddings year round.
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What floral did you feature in your wedding? We’d love to hear, let us know in the comments!
Starting our week off fresh with a quick breakdown of an arrangement that has us dreaming of spring.
With Valentine’s Day being one of our busiest holidays, our studios are overflowing with luscious red, pink and white blooms. It’s hard not to be in a whimsical mood when love, romance, and intoxicating floral scents are in the air.
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This year’s Pantone color of the year is Radiant Orchid. We’re seeing beautiful purple tones pop up left and right, and we thought we’d join in on the fun. Here’s some inspiring ways to work the color of year into your special day.
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We are thrilled to announce the launch of our 11th market, Miami! We are so excited to deliver our luxury corporate floral & plant service to the people of this vibrant city.
Although the trademark holiday wedding floral has passed its prime, that doesn’t mean winter floral has as well. We love the minimal color palettes, cool tones, and earthy elements that make their way into January wedding floral. It’s the perfect compliment to the warmth brought on by newlyweds blissfully in love.
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January is in full bloom and so is the cold, blistery weather. With this, you can find many of us snuggled indoors with a cozy blanket and hot beverage. In an effort to avoid the inevitable cabin fever, we suggest accenting your home with an arrangement or two to keep your space fresh. We’ve pulled together five of our favorite January varietals to help inspire your winter oasis.
With the holidays in full bloom, it’s hard to maintain originality in gifting. Especially when it’s last minute. Here we have a quick and easy tutorial for a gift that is not only super trendy right now, but easy, quick and relatively inexpensive. Yup, the succulent pot is quite the triple threat.
- A variety of succulents and cacti
- Soil formulated for succulents & cacti; we used this one here
- Terracotta pots
- River stones
- Wrapping & ribbon of your choice
Place a river rock at the bottom of your pot to help keep the soil in the pot.
Fill pots three quarters of the way with soil.
Remove temporary containers off of succulents and cacti and arrange in the pot.
Add more soil over the roots until filled to the top and the plants are secure.
Lightly pack down the soil on top.
We added another river rock on top for a little added focal.
To wrap, we took some plastic cellophane and cut it into squares.
Pull up over the pot and wrap the ribbon around the edge of the pot.
Secure tightly with a bow.
Finished! Incredibly easy yet beautiful and long lasting. The perfect last minute gift. Happy planting!
For us, the Holidays mean wrap, garnish, and deck for everyone but ourselves. And despite the clock ticking down, some of us still need to do that last minute christmas shopping. A lot of it. Here we’ve rounded up some of our favorite gift guides that we’ve seen this month to help inspire the perfect get for that hard-to-shop-for friend. No gift cards this year, folks.
For the Kate Spade lovers.
For our furry little pets.
For your nerdy brother.
For the DIYers.
For your best friend.
For your wacky sister.
For the patriots.
For the home cook.
For the cat ladies.
For those who love bling.
For the entertainer.
For the beauty contestants.
For the creative minimalist.
For emergency gifting.
And a last minute shopping guide from Refinery29.
We’d like to see you stumped after this list. Happy shopping!
Earlier this season we found ourselves back in the studio with photographer Vanessa K Rees to do our winter holiday photo shoot. Our creative team trekked our precious floral into Brooklyn where we spent the day playing with flowers and listening to the best holiday music Pandora has to offer.