After a spring and summer of full headed, brightly colored, garden flowers such as hydrangeas, peonies, and roses, we love seeing fall's bounty emerging. From the deep jewel tones to the playful textures that mark this crisp cool season, these
Since March we've had many brides change their plans with us. Some have postponed, and postponed again. Some have canceled indefinitely or rescheduled for next year. Others have switched plans altogether opting for a small living room ceremony with just
TGIF! It's been a bit since I've written. I guess I haven't had an ideas tugging at my sleeve lately. Today a gentleman walked in. Even with his mask on, I could see he was smiling broadly! "I need birthday flowers!"
While we have access to many flowers all year long with very little difference in pricing, there are some flowers that are still very seasonal. One of the most requested flowers is the peony. It's easy to see why, but
We've all heard of seasonal cooking, where chefs only cook with what is in season. Even though modern technology allows us to get tomatoes in the middle of winter, they comes at a cost--flavor and money. Flower arrangements are no
I was talking to a friend last night, and she said, "You must be pretty busy right now! This is your busy season, right?" I realized, she was talking about June weddings. While we do quite a few spring weddings,