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Flower Spotlight: Laceleaf


The Laceleaf, also referred to as Anthurium or Flamingo Flower, is a tropical plant that produces a heart-shaped bloom with an inner spike called a spadix. This plant can adapt to almost any environment and produces flowers all year round, which is why it holds the universal symbol for hospitality and abundance. [Read more…]

Zodiac Signs & Flowers: Aries

Aries Zodiac Sign and Flowers

Know an ambitious and independent Aries? We love their fiery spirit too, and we have some ideas of the best blooms to gift to the Aries in your life! [Read more…]

Flower Spotlight: Pansy

The beloved pansy is a charming little bloom known for its tri-color look. It’s meaning represents loving thoughts and the flower was used in Victorian England for secret courting. Potential romantic partners would communicate their interest with some pansies wrapped in a doily. [Read more…]

Last Minute Valentine’s Day Tips

Did Valentine’s Day sneak up on you this year? No worries! Your friends at FSN have some last minute tips to make that important person in your life feel really special! [Read more…]

Valentine’s Day Flowers ’16

Valentine's Day Flowers '16

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and now is the perfect time to call your local florist and order your flowers! Don’t know what arrangement to get your loved one? Here are some ideas!

Friendly Florals
You can go classic and choose roses or carnations as arrangements for that special someone! Want something that will ‘wow’ your loved one? Consider a beautiful bouquet of garden roses or delicate peonies!

Desk Greens
Surprise someone special this year with a plant that can decorate a desk! Succulents are easy to care for and look beautiful too!

Simple Card Messages
Need writing help? Here are some sweet and simple card messages for Valentine’s Day!

For my dear friend, who is beautiful inside and out! Happy Valentine’s Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day to the most special person in my life!

 There aren’t enough flowers to express how much I love you, but these are the most beautiful! Happy Valentine’s Day!

Head to your local florist and get someone special a Valentine’s Day bouquet!


Wedding Trends: Colorful Wedding Bouquets

Want to make your bouquet that catches the eye? A colorful bouquet really stands out against the ivory color of a wedding dress or a neutral colored bridesmaid dress. Here are some colorful bouquet ideas for your upcoming special day!

Wedding Trends: Colorful Wedding BouquetsTangerine Beauties

Combine bright oranges and yellows for a poppin’ bouquet! Add small pieces of greens, like a beautiful succulent or dusty miller to complete your bouquet look.

Bright Greens

Green bouquets are growing in popularity and bright greens can really make your arrangement stand out! Add white roses or a touch of lilac throughout the arrangement to give it that ‘just picked’ garden look!

Pretty Pinks

Don’t hesitate to use different shades of a favorite color. Combine fuchsia, magenta, pink, and tangerine roses for a bouquet that will grab everyone’s attention. Add a couple of succulents for a rustic look!

Get creative with your florist for a unique wedding bouquet! For more great ideas, visit the Wedding and Party Network Blog!

Tangerine Beauties, Bright Greens, and Pretty Pinks photo accreditation to: weddingandpartynetwork.com



2016 Color of the Year Flowers

Last month, Pantone announced the color of the year for 2016. For the first time, it was the blending of two shades: Serenity and Rose Quartz. Looking for flowers in the year’s colors? Here is a quick guide so you can head to your local florist for an arrangement in the new year shades.

Serenity and Rose Quartz

Both of these colors give the feeling of peace and gentleness. Perfect for an intimate spring wedding or for a “just because” arrangement for an old friend! This combination of colors  make a beautiful bouquet of blooms that will make a loved one smile!

Flowers in 2016 Colors

Here are some flowers you can mention to your florists that are close to this year’s colors:

  • Pale Pink Asiatic Lilies
  • Pink Spray Roses
  • Blue Delphinium
  • Misty Blue Limonium
  • Blue Lilac
  • Blue Hydrangea

Head to your local florist today and have them create a beautiful arrangement in Serenity and Rose Quartz!

New Beginnings from The About Flowers Blog

Ready for the new year? We are too! Time for new adventures, new ideas, and more reasons to celebrate with flowers! Here is an article about 2016 floral inspiration from our friends at SAF’s blog, aboutflowersblog.com.

Old Rituals and New Beginnings
by J. Robbin Yelverton

Celebrations are used to mark significant dates and occasions and New Year’s Eve is certainly no new face to the party!  In fact, the celebration of Winter Solstice and the beginning of the New Year is one of the oldest. For most Westerners, that day of celebration has evolved and moved from the original December 21 to the beginning of the Gregorian calendar, January 1st. Other cultures celebrate the New Year on various dates, however, with all the diversity, there are some underlying themes.  The New Year is seen as a time to set things straight, wash the slate, out with the old and in with the new, and reflection and renewal.

In recognition of the many symbols and rituals used to usher in the New Year, this arrangement has been carefully and thoughtfully created. A golden long and narrow rectangular container serves as the base of the design to represent the prosperity of the New Year…

To read the full article click the link below! And don’t forget to ask your local florist for an amazing arrangement to start your new year off right!

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Wedding Trends: Rustic Reception Centerpieces

With the new year comes more weddings! Planning a wedding with a rustic theme? Here is some great floral inspiration for rustic centerpieces for your reception tables.

wedding trendsSmall Accents

A small arrangement can go along way and also make a big statement! Consider a short cluster of simple roses, greens, and dusty miller for those earthy tones that complete the rustic look.

Color Mix

If you want your arrangement to pop, use a variety of colors. Don’t be afraid to mix bright golds with dusty purples and add textured leaves. Use a wooden container to add to your decor.

Leafy Greens

What really brings out a rustic themed arrangement is the use of earth tones and greens. Use a variety of leafy greens. Mix big leaves with small ones to give it a wild look!

Don’t forget to get creative and team up with your florist to come up with something totally new and totally you! For more great ideas, visit the Wedding and Party Network Blog!

Small Accents photo accreditation to: weddingandpartynetwork/gallery/16056

Color Mix photo accreditation to: weddingandpartynetwork/gallery/15650

Leafy Greens photo accreditation to: weddingandpartynetwork/gallery/15409


New Year Flowers 2015/2016

Start the new year off right with a beautiful floral arrangement. Whether you are throwing a “Great Gatsby” New Year’s Eve party or wanting to surprise a loved one, now is the time to celebrate with flowers!

Glam Decor
This year, you want to ring in the new year with an all out party and a beautiful arrangement can add the finishing touch to your glamorous party. Have your florist add elements of golds and even feathers to give your shindig a little chic style.

A New Year Gift
Want to be the first to make someone smile this new year? Surprise a loved one or a party host with a lovely bouquet for their home. This simple gesture will make this new year feel extra special!

Simple Card Messages
Writer’s block? No worries! Here are some message ideas to pair with your arrangement!

May this new year be filled with more laughter and great memories!

Wave 2015 goodbye, because 2016 is going to be awesome!

Wishing you a most happy new year!

Head to your local florist for a beautiful floral design today! New Year’s Day is Friday, January 1, 2016.