A bouquet is nice, but the world is full of flowers in May. Why not get a little more creative for Mother's Day? Celebrate the mothers in your life (or drop some hints for your own gift) with these non-floral ideas:
Wedding florists are the ultimate wedding stylists! Choosing your wedding flowers and style is best left to a good floral designer no matter how big or small your budget is.
As the creative director of Matthew David Celebrations, the big question I'm always asked is "What are the perfect flowers to get for Mother's Day?" To help you answer this important question, I've outlined five ways to find the ideal flower for you Mom.
Six florists from around the country share their most popular bouquets.
Bouquets with that slightly wild, yet completely tamed just-picked-from-the-garden feel are all too appropriate for spring weddings.
It's not just because they look pretty.
Keukenhof Gardens is truly beautiful. The sheer scale immerses you in color and fragrance.
Valentine's Day has come and gone, and we're guessing you have some flowers. While the memories may last forever, that bouquet of roses you have in a vase, sadly, will not. Once those petals begin to wilt, it's time to ditch the vase and get creative.
By Nancy Chuda founder and Editor-in-Chief of LuxEcoLiving and co-founder of Healthy Child Healthy World I've been fascinate...
I once ran this heart-festooned gauntlet with White Russians and Mary J. Blige, but success as a married eludes me -- and not for lack of trying.
Floral designers are pushing themselves harder than ever in 2013, competing to create one-of-a-kind statements.
Switch it up this year.
As I stepped barefoot through the lake's sacred gateway, a man drizzled orange flower petals into my palm.
"Mistletoe and Holly" is a holiday masterpiece. But I know the biology of those two plants that Mr. Sinatra croons about... and that makes me wonder: Is there more to this song than standard Christmas cheer?
If money is tight, buy more flowers. The more flowers you buy, the more money will appear. And if not in this lifetime, then the next (or maybe the one after that).
If I could retain one image of North Korea, it would not be the tacky décor or the outrageously enjoyable circus or the million and one monuments or the flashing neon everywhere. It would be the shabby apartment buildings with the little flowerpots on each balcony.