The days grow shorter, the air colder and the shift in seasons can be seen all around us in Michigan. I know I am among many who call this their favorite time of year. In the florist's world, the change in seasons also brings new materials, both fresh and dried that can be incorporated into… Continue reading The Autumnal Shift
...there are so many gorgeous flower choices and color combinations at this time of year, it makes my head spin! I love the richness of combining deep burgundy and eggplant with lighter tones and eucalyptus foliage. Sunflowers seem to symbolize that transitional time between summer heat and the crispness of fall. They are one of… Continue reading Oh, September…
Flowers are gifted for so many reasons...to cheer someone who is feeling down, to say, "Get Well," to celebrate one of life's big occasions (birthdays, anniversaries, new babies, etc.,) and to express sympathy. Whatever the reason for the order, my goal is always to spend a moment talking with the client (and my assistants are… Continue reading Autumnal Florals
Happy Thanksgiving! There are so many gorgeous varieties of fresh flowers and foliage available in the fall! Wooden and birch boxes are some of my favorite ways to display fall textures. Designs in glass vases are another great way to send out a fall gift that is sure to last. We look forward to putting together… Continue reading Falling for Fall Florals
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… Continue reading Fruit and Flowers- a Thanksgiving Tradition
Fall Table Decor Workshop Saturday, October 31st from 1-2:30pm Working with locally grown pumpkins, live succulents and mosses, you will be guided to create a table centerpiece that will easily last through Thanksgiving. Succulents are such hardy little plants they will thrive without soil and get moisture from the moss. Dried flowers, small pods and berries… Continue reading Join us for one of our upcoming floral workshops
When the seasons change and the fresh product available takes a shift, I always feel inspired. Along with shorter days and falling leaves, the autumn season brings an array of brightly colored and highly textural materials. It seems that at this time of year, keeping fresh flowers indoors on the table or at the beside can make… Continue reading Fall Inspired Designs
Each of these designs was photographed before heading out the door last week. There is still time to place your order for a special gift, delivered by us or picked up at the boutique before Thanksgiving!
There are so many amazing options for fresh product available from my flower vendors this season! I'm really enjoying working with the more muted tones instead of the typical orange and yellow.