Spring is a fun time for flowers. Crocus and daffodils start peaking up out of the ground and trees start to blossom. It’s fun to see nature come back to life. I have been loving spring flowers this year. I got the most beautiful orange ranunculus a few weeks ago. Ranunculus are in peak season in March. They opened up enormously and lasted well over a week, I was thrilled! They looked perfect in this vintage Fenton blue vase my husband’s grandma gave me–she got a set of these vases for her wedding in 1948!
This year I am excited to do a fresh wreath and garland in my home for the holidays. While I love evergreen, I think boxwood wreaths are very classy and beautiful. I also really love the colors and texture of magnolia leaf wreaths–they have such a rich look to them.
I am now taking orders for fresh wreaths and garlands:
**Please note, larger size wreaths are available upon request.
I would be happy to deliver anywhere in Salt Lake City. I will be taking order through December 8, 2011. Contact my by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your order. Happy Holidays!!
It has been months! Where does the time go?! I have been on a little flowers hiatus due to a busy exhausting day job, but now it’s time to get back to what I love. I did a few sneak peeks last summer but never showed you the final results, so I should probably do that!
This is sneak peek of a bridal bouquet I did this week. I was so busy with work that I only thought about pictures while I was in the car on the way to deliver the flowers. The bride (Sarah) requested a mostly white and cream bouquet with a lot of texture and a tiny bit of her colors –yellow and grey. As much as I prefer a bright, colorful bouquet, I loved the results of this one.In this arrangement: White peonies, cream patience roses, white ranunculus, dusty miller, silver brunia, white Japanese aster, white lisianthus, and yellow yarrow.