When my grandmother asked me to plan a renewal ceremony for her and my grandfather, I was honored. She gave me free reign over what was going to happen on the big day. It was to be held on their 50th anniversary at their church, but the rest of the planning was left to me. I took her old wedding pictures and started thinking about what I could do to make that day truly special. That's when I decided to have the flower arrangements made to look just like the ones from the first wedding. It took some digging, but I found out enough about florists to make this part of the planning easy. Learn more about how to replicate flowers from past eras.
22 September 2016
There are few better gifts to receive on a special occasion than a small collection (or bouquet) of flowers. Sometimes, even buying yourself flowers to improve your mood is a good idea. However, once you bring the flowers home, deciding what to do with them can be a very annoying process. Luckily, following these three tips will allow your flowers to last significantly longer in a vase than normal. Buy Some Calla Lilies
26 July 2016
Your wedding day is supposed to be one of the most magical days of your life. It is often very stressful to make sure that the day goes off without a hitch. To take some of the workload from you and your wedding party, you should outsource as much as possible for your wedding. If you and your bridesmaids will be carrying live flowers, it is a better idea to have flower delivery of the bouquets on the day of your wedding rather than have to buy and store them together.
25 January 2016
The gift of a blooming bouquet never fails to cheer and delight, and receiving flowers can brighten even the gloomiest of moods. As you place your gorgeous flowers in a special vase, you can't help but wonder if there is some way to keep those cut flowers looking at their peak a little longer than a few days. To gain some tips and advice about making your flowers last longer, read on.