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5 Jaw-Dropping Winter Centerpieces

Yes, your dining room table CAN look like that!

With the help of your local florist, of course.

This winter see how your local florist can totally transform a space. Take a look at these five gorgeous designs and how they bring a sophisticated style to the home.
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What’s Blooming Now? Winter Flowers in Season

Not many people associate flowers with winter, but there are actually many flower varieties that last through the entire year! Choosing flowers that are in season come at a more affordable price because they are easily available. Whether you are looking for the perfect wedding flowers or simply want to spruce up your home, here is a list of ten beautiful flowers that are in season this month.


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Winter Wedding Flower Inspiration

From crisp white roses to dark burgundy ranunculus there are plenty of romantic flower options for your winter wedding. Find the perfect flowers for your magical day with these inspirational photos. Remember to save the pictures you like so your florist can make your vision come to life!

Flowers in Season

Here are some flowers in season during the winter. If you have a particular flower in mind for your wedding and it isn’t in season, talk to your florist. Usually they can still manage to get the flowers you are looking for, but they might be more expensive.

– Ranunculus
– Delphinium
– Lisianthus
– Rose
– Dahila
– Lilies
– Dusy Miller
– Carnation
– Evergreens
– Alstromeria

Winter weddings are becoming increasingly popular. See how brides have used the beautiful flowers listed above to create a picture-perfect wedding!

Snowy Winter’s Day

With seasonal elements it’s easy to add a festive touch to your wedding flowers. Ribbon, berries, pine cones, acorns and holly are classic winter items that will give your wedding more character.

Photo courtesy: Hey Wedding Lady

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Wedding Trends: Winter Wedding Flowers

Even though we are in the middle of summer, this is the perfect time to see what will be trending this winter with winter weddings! Here are our predictions for winter 2015:

FSN-Wedding Trends Winter Flowers

Berry Boutonniere

Adding red berries to a simple design gives it a small holiday touch that makes a lasting impression on this floral boutonniere.

Fern Tabletop

Pines and ferns mix well in table arrangements and can mix well with other greens. Consider adding white roses for a snowy look.

White Winter

This year, have a bouquet that matches the fallen snow. Ivory roses and white peonies will add a snowy touch to a romantic bridal look.

Embellishments, such as berries, or even simple colors can give any winter wedding that final touch that brings the charm of the season.

Check back with the Bloomin’ Blog for more great ideas and tips!

Berry Boutonniere photo accreditation to: weddingandpartynetwork/gallery/4407

Fern Tabletop photo accreditation to: weddingandpartynetwork/gallery/402

White Winter photo accreditation to: weddingandpartynetwork/gallery/15603


Here Comes The Holiday Season!

Thanksgiving has finally arrived, but there’s still plenty of holiday fun to come. Now it’s time to turn your eyes toward Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, New Year’s Day and how you’ll decorate your home for the next round!

As this is one of the most celebrated times of year, orders for flowers have already begun pouring in. Isn’t it time you added yours to the list?

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Holiday Florals

Flowers are hands down the best way to express yourself during the holidays. Local florists create amazing designs and some will even come into your home and decorate for you to ensure your home looks how you’ve always dreamed.

Looking for some winter-themed decoration? Flowers and living plants fresh from your local florist can make it come alive and make every room look like a winter wonderland.

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Loving Local

Your local florist is ready to make all your decorating dreams come true. All it takes is a phone call or walk-in to get the ball rolling. And even if budget is an issue, you’re sure to find something breathtakingly beautiful at a price you can afford.

And although buying local is wonderful because it supports your local community, that’s not the only or even necessarily best reason to do it. Your local florist is a talented flower artist. She will listen to what you want and how you want it done, and then she will make sure that happens! You can buy flowers anywhere, but when you buy local you’re buying the best.

Head down to your local flower shop or give them a call and schedule your holiday flowers today!

Winter Wedding Flowers, Foliages & Accessories

White Winter Wedding CenterpieceWhen most people think of a wedding bouquet, they instantly think of red roses or brightly colored flowers bunched together. You might even think of white lilies or callas. But what about a winter wedding? What flowers come to your mind? Sure, with today’s technology, most flowers are available year-round, but if you’re planning a wedding for the winter, why not add a touch of the season (as well as traditions) to your wedding decor?

Winter Wedding Flowers

  • Agapanthus – firework-like flower available in a wide range of colors.
  • Amaryllis – very large, winter-blooming flower.
  • Anemone – unique flower with dark center disks.
  • Brunia – ball-like flower; beautiful in silver.
  • Calla Lily – elegant flower available in almost any color.
  • Carnation – the new variations of carnations are absolutely beautiful.
  • Dahlia – available in many sizes and colors.
  • Eryngium – also known as Sea Holly, is a blue, star-like flower.
  • Freesia – heavenly fragrance and wide range of colors.
  • Hyacinth – highly fragrant; symbol of spring.
  • Hydrangea – very large flowers full of texture; available in many color variations.
  • Kale – beautiful with flowers, this out-of-the-garden bloom is available in purple, white and green.
  • Lily – traditional wedding flower; available in many colors.
  • Narcissus – beautiful spring flower, means luck.
  • Star of Bethlehem – beautiful flower with unique spike at the tip.
  • Waxflower – small, unique flower adds texture to any arrangement.

This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to flowers available in the winter. Your local florist will be able to help you choose the perfect flowers for the style and theme of your wedding. [Read more…]

Everything Looks Better With Flowers… Even Winter

I don’t know about where you live, but it sure is cold here!!! I practically have to force myself to get up and stay active, and the long nights aren’t helping much either. It’s times like these when both my family and I could use a real pick-me-up. It’s time to buy some fresh flowers!

Radiant Winter Flowers

It’s been proven that flowers give off energy and really do improve moods. Why not order a beautiful arrangement of flowers today from your local florist and beat the winter blues by the weekend?! Improve your outlook, flowers make everything better… even winter!

Just remember, always always always use a real local florist when ordering or sending flowers!

January Winter Wonders

January Flower Arrangement of the Month

Winter Wonders

This all-white flower arrangement reminds us of the shades of winter and is perfectly fitting for January. This would be a great arrangement to order for yourself. Why not bring a little bit of winter indoors where it is nice and cozy? White roses, lilies, waxflower, poms and more are used in this lovely little bubble bowl arrangement. It’s compact design is sure to fit on any space.

Know someone who may not be able to get out much during the winter? Why not have a beautiful flower arrangement delivered to their door? This winter-white design would be perfect!

Need Ideas For January Birthdays?

You’ve come to the right place. You can’t go wrong with sending flowers, especially for a special birthday treat! But just what kind of flowers?

First off, the official flower of January is the carnation. But if you are looking for something a little more unique, why not go with the January birthstone color — garnet. Garnet is a dark reddish orange color and there are LOTS of flowers available in this color. The best thing to do is contact your local florist and ask her to create a custom arrangement using all garnet colors, or here are a few to get you started:

Garnet Flowers for January Birthdays!

Continue reading for even more great January Birthday Ideas!

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Give Cheer for the New Year!

New Year Cheer!

Start the New Year off with a bang. Do something unexpected for yourself or a friend — buy flowers. Why? Flowers bring happiness and cheer to anyone who receives them. Flowers are the perfect way to make sure you and those you care about enter the New Year in a jolly mood.

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Examples of winter & New Years themed flower arrangements.

Flower Meanings + New Years

Did you know most flowers have meanings associated with them? This “Language of Flowers” dates back to Victorian times. Choosing flowers with appropriate meanings is a great way to choose your flower arrangement for New Years. Here are a few examples:

For more on flower meanings and the new year, check out: Let Flowers Symbolize Your New Year.

Flowers for Winter Romance

Flowers for Winter Romance

There’s nothing like winter for romancing. Busy days and cold weather make long winter nights perfect for snuggling. Grab a couple mugs of hot cocoa and you’re in for a good night.

How can you make these good nights happen more often? (Especially once the stress of holiday shopping sets in.) Sparking romance is easy with the help of your local florist. Send your sweetie a special arrangement of winter flowers (or her favorite flowers… and her favorite color) and you will reap the rewards.

There is something so very special about getting something just because. It shows you were thinking about them and just how special they are to you.