Wooden boxes are perfect when you want to accentuate rustic elements in a floral arrangement. They also allow for the bouquet to be used as a low-lying centerpiece. One trend you should keep an eye out for this spring is wooden floral gift boxes.
What's the point of all that tough, dirty garden work if you never get to enjoy the benefits? Maybe, you think, you're just not cut out for gardening. Well, that's where you're wrong.
Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. @@ Deadpan Climate Humor At Its Best: Philomena Cunk Moments of Wonder - Climate...
For instant "wow" factor, add unexpected elements such as fern curls, scabosa pods, silver brunia balls or more into your bouquet. We especially love ...
Non-floral items such as brooches, paper and even starfish also continue to rise in popularity.
For Valentine's Day, we dug through the Democracy Now! archives to bring you these 20 stories. 1. Love Has No Color Just two years ago, a group of...
As the flower child of Greg Brown, one of Iowa's forefathers of folk, Pieta has grown into her own as a roots artist since beginning a budding career with the release of her first record in 2002.
There are so many floral varieties out there that finding the perfect bouquet for your special someone can be a bit overwhelming. Luckily, I'm here to tell you that there are some gorgeous floral trends happening right now that will help narrow down the right bouquet for your honey this Valentine's Day.
I believe in equality between the genders and I believe there is optimism in love. To me, Valentine's Day is about reminding the world that love is a powerful force. A little money can go a long way in terms of showing love.
Nothing screams "last minute gift" more than three dozen wilted roses for three dollars from a roadside stand. And don't pick your neighbor's dandelions or daisies in an effort to create a clever bouquet.
For Valentine's Day 2015, the buzz is already about American grown flowers. You want to know the farmer who grew your veggies, the vintner who made your wine and now, the flower farmer who grew the romantic blooms that will be the centerpiece of your Valentine's Day ritual.
In honor of 2015, here are 15 wedding trends that you will be seeing throughout the year. You may recognize some of these trends from last year, and even years past.
About a year ago (most likely on a cold and dreary winter weekend), I bought myself some yellow roses and posted a pic of them on Facebook. I rememb...
It's a fact: Some people enjoy plants more than flowers. You may be thinking to yourself, "But it's Valentine's Day! I have to get them flowers!" No actually, you don't.
If you're still in the "New Year, New You" mood, here are some hints for five fun, inexpensive activities to do that will improve your life. Try at least two of them before the end of the year.
A well-dressed table makes a huge difference in the atmosphere of a party; it brings that extra seasonal joy and excitement for a night to remember.