Red Ming Bowl
Wet Floral Foam
Foliage: Galax Leaves
Bells Of Ireland
Green Button Poms
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FSN's Bloomin' Newsletter For September
Big Flower Trends For Your Fall Decor
NOW is the time to be thinking about fall decor! Whether you are planning a wedding, party, ladies-night-out or ladies-night-in, FALL is the best season for decorating! Fall flower trends are really unique this autumn. With unique color palettes, the increasingly-popular shabby chic style and a much-needed, closer look to nature for inspiration, this season is full of surprises!
We've covered a few trendy flower topics in this newsletter, and there's tons more fall inspiration to come in the Bloomin' Blog for September!
FSN's Favorite Flower Arrangement For September
This September, FSN's Favorite Flower is the Season For Sunflowers bouquet in the Grandparents Day album. This stunning combination of sunflowers, carnations and roses will delight any GRANDparent! Send them sailing through memories of golden sunflower fields, picking red roses and other wondrous memories of summer.For grandparents who live a long distances from us, sending flowers is a great way to say "You are truly GRAND," and fill them with love and appreciation.
So remember, Grandparents Day is September 12, 2010!
FSN Trend Alert: Sushi Flowers
Sushi lover or not, you have to appreciate the care, artistry and composition a sushi chef puts into their work. Sushi is quickly becoming one of the trendiest foods around! Even if you don't like eating the raw-fish rolls, you can still get your hands on cute sushi swag â€”Â sushi is invading pop culture! Don't forget our favorite way to use sushi â€” in trendy floral designs! Check out these great sushi-themed flowers we saw at floral shows this summer:
Upcoming color trends for the 2010 fall season are all about using new and exciting colors. Now, I know what you're thinkingâ€¦ fall colors have been the same forEVER! Reds, oranges, yellows, brownsâ€¦ Don't get me wrong, those are very fun colors to use, but this year add in accent colors like lime green, magenta, or orange cream.
Check out these great palettes, get inspired and start planning your fall season!
The Harwood Cup Competition at the Southern Retail Florists Convention is a very challenging interpretation competition.
Each contestant has 2 hours to interpret a chosen artwork â€” in this case, a beautiful raku ceramic vase created by Kerry Gonzalez, Winston-Salem, NC. Designers push their creativity to it's limits for this challenging competition. Each entry was completely different than the last, from color to materials to sizeâ€¦
Flower Shop Network got to see this competition first-hand over this year...
Get acquainted with the many faces of the Dahlia as FSN takes a deeper look at the outstanding flower! From it's native American history to its uniquely-Dahlia genetics, this flower is full of surprises!
Dahlias are a great addition to fall flower favorites. With their wide color varieties and late-summer blooming season, this versatile flower is a great addition to your fall flower arrangements and centerpieces. Check out this great article on 2010 Fall Floral Design Trends and get a jump-start on planning your fall floral decor today!
Ask the Expert:What flowers goes best with amaryllis?
I am getting married in February, I wanted a bouquet of amaryllis (white I think) and I would like to know what other flower or flowers would go well with them, thank you Dilaila
Our Expert's Answer:
White amaryllis are certainly beautiful flowers.
I have seen a wedding bouquet with white amaryllis and tulips which was designed by Seattle Flowers. This hand-tied bouquet used a beautiful satin ribbon embellished with pearls.
Keep in mind amaryllis stems are very thick and a hand-tied bouquet is most likely the only option...
QUICK FLOWER CARE TIP We all know plants need water and sunshine right? Well, growing plants require sunshine, but sitting a fresh flower arrangement in front of a hot, sunny window can shorten the life of your arrangement! It's best to keep bouquets in a cool place away from heat sources.
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FLORISTS: What Great Things To Expect At Floral Conventions
Flower Shop Network and Suzanne Baillie talk about the exciting events going on at the Southern Retail Florists Convention in Concord, NC. Florists from 17 states visit this showâ€” lots of great networking opportunities for florists. There are competitions, hands-on workshops, educational presentations, marketing seminars, and much, much more!
SIPS & SNIPS â€“ DIY Flower Classes Flower shops everywhere are coming up with fun and creative events to spark their communities love of flowers. The guys over at Helena Florist in Helena AL are doing a fantastic job with their Sips and Snips DIY floral event. Sips and Snips pairs two of life's favorite indulgences â€“ beautiful flowers and cold drinks! Guests are invited to come out, bring their favorite beverage and create their own, gorgeous flower arrangement to take home and enjoy.
The dreaded back roomâ€¦. every florist knows exactly what I meanâ€¦ The old vases, the stale and crumbly floral products, the mounds and mounds of ribbon, buckets, boxesâ€¦ ya, the back roomâ€¦ I'm here to tell you, it doesn't have to be scary! The backroom is a great place for florists to GET CREATIVE! Think of it as your artist's studio. It's time we see all of our old junk for what it is = $$!
September 22-25, 2010: The annual SAF Convention will be held at the Omni ChampionsGatein Orlando Florida. Florists who are members, as well as non-member florists will enjoy the Society of American Florists Annual Convention.
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