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Prom Florals


Dendrobium orchid and rose corsage on gold wrap band. $32

Some of our favorite corsage offerings include the wrap or slap bracelet bands. These are available in multiple colors (gold, silver, black, white, iridescent) and adjust to fit any size wrist. Repeat customers tell us that they are also super comfortable!


Ranunculus and mini succulents on black wrap band. $36


Spray roses and wax flower on gold wrap band. $32

We love helping young couples pull their look together and coordinate their flower accents with their clothing. Feel free to bring in a swatch or show us a photo of the dress.


Spray roses and thistle with fillers. $15 boutonniere, $32 corsage

White rose

Single large rose boutonniere with filler and ribbon trim. $14


White orchid boutonniere $16

Purple Orchid Boutonniere

Purple orchid boutonniere $16

Please note! We are sorry to let you know that if your dance is on the weekend of Mothers Day (May 12-14,) we are only taking a very limited number of orders.

Make your Valentine very, very happy

Fragrant and colorful at a time of year when the outdoors is a bit cold, bleak and grey, fresh flowers have an amazing way of lifting the spirits. We offer locally sourced, beautifully arranged fresh blooms in a variety of combinations to fit any personality and budget. Call us at 810-227-9500!

SPECIAL OFFER! Place your Valentines Day order by Friday, February 10th, mention this offer and we will add a free box of chocolates to your gift!!


Succulents & Roses…the plants will live on once the roses have expired and your Valentine will remember you for months and months to come.      ~From $75


So Much Love…in a Cube ~From $75 (Colors may vary slightly based on current inventory.)


Succulent Drawer- live plants with a fresh spray rose stem and heart accent. $49


Two Dozen with Curly Willow- classic and always a favorite. $175, as pictured


Spring in a Vase ~From $55


On the Edge- roses with a twist. A cylinder bowl is lined with leaves and designed with a combination of roses, protea and unique accents. ~From $79


Rose and Then Some- need we say more?! ~From $129, $165 as pictured


One Dozen Kisses in a Vase- one dozen pink or lavender roses arranged with eucalyptus and fillers.  $79, as pictured.


Custom Vase Design- let us incorporate the freshest blooms of the day into a gorgeous mixed arrangement- colors and flower varieties will vary. ~From $65, $155, as pictured

If you are finding our site after hours, we offer a way to order one of our unique designs online: www.artinbloomstudio.com

‘Tis the Season


Holiday Trimmed Garden ~from $75, $139, as pictured. (Such a great long lasting gift of plants, fresh evergreens and blooms!)

Whether you are looking for the perfect gift or want to add the finishing touches to your own holiday decor…the options are endless.


Classic Centerpiece ~from $59, $75, as pictured.


Candle Centerpiece ~from $59.

To place an order, please give us a call at 810-227-9500 or visit our online site at: http://www.artinbloomstudio.com


Your Not So Basic Red ~$75, as pictured. (Seasonal evergreens will be added.)


“Extravagance” (flower varieties may vary but the end result will be gorgeous) ~from $79


Rustic Winter ~from $69


Cobalt Vase with Silver Accents ~from $65


Square Evergreen Wreath ~from $59 (specify accent color)


Blue & White Centerpiece in Ceramic Bowl ~from $69

We have numerous options for that person who has a “green thumb!”

Holiday Plants

Call to ask about the various options we have available!


Lemon Cypress Tree ~$39 small (pictured), $59 medium


Norfolk Pine With Holiday Trim ~$39 small (pictured), $59 medium, $75 large

Fruit and Flowers- a Thanksgiving Tradition


Fruit and Flowers Centerpiece. (As shown $79.)

When I think of Thanksgiving my mind goes to time with family and friends, a large elaborate meal, and of course…decorating the table!

In preparation for this time of year, I always stock the studio with earthy, natural elements that we can incorporate into our designs- wheat, millet, lotus pods, birch branches, cattails, etc. As I was perusing the aisles at my local wholesale showroom, I noticed a section of cornucopia baskets and they brought back memories of working at my mom’s floral business back in the 80’s and how these long horn shaped containers were a Thanksgiving staple. It got me thinking…why did we use those?!, what is the symbolism of a cornucopia?, and how could I create a modern version?

Of course I referenced Wikipedia and here is their explanation: “The cornucopia (from Latin cornu copiae) or horn of plenty is a symbol of abundance and nourishment, commonly a large horn-shaped container overflowing with produce, flowers or nuts. In most of North America, the cornucopia has come to be associated with Thanksgiving and the harvest.”


Cornucopia Centerpiece with succulents, fruit and unique blooms. (As shown $85,  scaled down version starting at $65.)

So here we go, Thanksgiving centerpiece offerings for this year incorporating nuts, fruit and gourds along with beautiful blooms. You can keep the tradition going with a cornucopia basket or opt for a more modern container such as a wooden box or a glass cylinder. Let us know your specifications- we would love to design something special for your holiday table!


A cylinder filled with pecans and designed in a stylized manner with mini callas, pincushion protea and pears. (As shown $75, scaled down version starting at $55.)


This wooden box design makes a great table centerpiece. Gourds, apples and blooms combine for a beautiful fall look. (As shown $65.)

Dramatic fall centerpiece

A tall dramatic design that will make a statement on the buffet or a foyer table. Gourds and pods fill the cylinder that is topped with fresh flowers. (As shown $165- not available in a scaled down version.)