Safflower: Flower of the Week

Safflower is typically one of those flowers that you don’t notice very quickly, but as you pay attention to the smaller details of the bouquet or arrangement, you see how fun and unique they are. Don’t recognize the Safflower in the shown bouquet? Look for the small, light orange, prickly-looking puffballs. Do you see them … Continued

How to Care for Flowers

While putting your flower arrangement in water is the only thing that you would normally think you had to do, they aren’t going to last very long that way. Knowing how to care for flowers can help prevent your flowers from wilting so soon, and allow you to enjoy your arrangement for much longer. Today … Continued

Viking Poms: Flower of the Week

Viking Poms are small, yellow daisies that are members of the Chrysanthemum family. They look like tiny sunflowers, which makes makes them perfect for fall. They are bright, warm, fun, and are fairly simple while still adding an eye-catching element to the arrangement that they’re in.   Like most daisies, Viking Poms symbolize purity and … Continued

Wedding Ideas: Centerpieces

  While the first flowers that come to mind when wedding planning are bouquets, the centerpieces at your reception are just as important. They really showcase the theme of your wedding, and bring everything together. Not to mention, they are usually the first things that your guests notice when arriving at your reception.   Centerpieces … Continued

Flower of the Week: Gerbera Daisy

Gerbera Daisies, along with Roses, Tulips, Chrysanthemums, and Carnations, is one of the five most used cut flowers in the world. They can be paired beautifully with other flowers, and add more fullness to an arrangement. To the right, they are paired with Roses, Tulips, and Coffee Berry (which was our last Flower of the … Continued

Flower of the Week: Coffee Berry

This week’s flower is one that is very popular during the Fall and Winter months, the Coffee Berry.   While the plant that the Coffee Berry comes from (Rhamnus Californica) has flowers, the part of the plant that is used in floral arrangements is oddly, not an actual flower, but the fruit of the plant. … Continued