The Month of May Means Flowers!
Mother’s Day has passed, but May is still a GREAT time for sending flowers! There are many anniversaries in May and don’t forget the grads! Make Thank You, Congratulations and I Love You mean even more with the gift of flowers!
We picked Remembering You as our favorite flower arrangement of May because it’s so perfect for every type of Mom. Your mom, new moms, even your Mother-In-Law would appreciate this beautiful floral display. Mother’s Day may be over, but it’s never to late to send mom flowers!
Even if it’s not Mom you’re sending flowers to, anyone would be delighted to receive these beautiful blooms!
You can never go wrong sending flowers to someone on their birthday. Gazing at beautiful flowers will create sweet birthday memories to hold close to heart. Especially if your recipient works at a desk job. There’s nothing better than having your beautiful birthday gift greet you with it’s vibrant colors every morning when you walk into your office. It’s like celebrating a birthday week instead of just a birthday!
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Unique Emerald Green Flower Guide
May’s favorite flower color is emerald. This year, we are spotlighting unique flower colors for you to use in custom flower arrangements, wedding bouquets, centerpieces and anywhere else you might need great-looking flowers. To make the chosen colors a little more interesting, we are starting with birthstone colors. Last month’s was diamond-white, and this month it’s emerald green.
This is a great flower guide for brides looking for unique color palettes and unusual flowers for their wedding.
Read more about our favorite Emerald Green Flowers…
Royal Wedding Bouquet Winner — Perfect Rose Floral Design
Well, our contest has come to a close. If you haven’t been keeping up, we asked our florist friends to show us their predictions for the Royal Wedding Bouquet. We had a lot of fabulous entries, but Royal Wedding florist, Shane Connolly took us all by surprise. The actual design of the Royal Wedding Bouquet was modest compared to what florists were expecting. Connolly used Sweet William, lily of the valley, hyacinth, ivy and myrtle — all have small white blooms, but deep meanings from the Language of Flowers, used heavily in the Victorian Era.
Because we couldn’t just have a contest without a winner, we took the closest 3 bouquets and put them to a vote!
Read more about Royal Wedding Bouquet Contest Winner…
Local Florist’s Mother’s Day Build-A-Bouquet Workshop A Big Success
Continue reading about Sarah Ekberg and their Mother’s Day Build-A-Bouquet Workshop …
The Lavish Lily
The genus Lilium includes over 100 different species. Lilies are a favorite among gardeners and florists for their large, showy blooms. Lilies thrive in many types of landscapes and even do well in potted containers.
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JUST FOR FLORISTS
Tips On Tagging Pictures in Facebook For Business Pages
A lot of talk is going on right now about image tagging in Facebook. We are here to set the record straight and tell you what can be done, should be done and how to do it!
The Importance of Flowers For Cremation Urns
Florists everywhere are creating magnificent floral displays for funeral urns that are equally as impressive as the traditional casket spray.
Quality Is Still King
Without quality, all the marketing, advertising, social media and discount pricing, won’t guarantee repeat business.
The Future Is Coming! Are YOU Ready?
The success of future flower shops depend on the ability of florists to connect with Generation Y consumers. Fortunately, there are only two things you need to know about Generation Y.
Unique Bud Vases From The ISFA Convention
In a class titled “Rockin’ Petal Pets, Eldon Haab showed attendees how to create some of the coolest and most unique floral designs around!
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