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Christmas Decorating Trends for 2013 by Eric Cortina

The holidays are upon us, and I know a few of you may be intimidated by the idea of decorating for the holidays, so here are few tips and decor trends to make the process more enjoyable. In order to minimize stress, try to be realistic about the time you need to decorate and schedule it [...]

By | 2013-11-27T21:36:39+00:00 November 27th, 2013|Christmas, Floral, Holiday, Home Decor|0 Comments

Florals for Summer Weddings by Opal Sullivan

Weddings are one of the most important days of our lives; therefore we want it to be perfect for you.  Planning a wedding can be fun, exciting and sometimes overwhelming. We all want and strive for a beautiful day filled with family, friends, flowers, and memories to last a lifetime. […]

By | 2013-06-27T23:04:24+00:00 June 27th, 2013|Floral, Weddings|0 Comments

Spring Floral Trends 2013 by Christopher Nichols

The word “Springtime” always brings a smile to my friends and family. To me it’s a time of renewal, regrowth and COLOR!  Taking cues from the fashion industry, it seems that florally speaking, Spring 2013 is all about color, texture and pattern.   Here are some of my favorites. […]

By | 2013-04-10T17:37:12+00:00 April 10th, 2013|Floral, Holiday, Home Decor, Inspiration, Spring, Weddings|0 Comments

Trade Secrets for Holiday Entertaining by Eric Cortina

I enjoy entertaining during the Holiday season since it gives me a chance to spend quality time with my close friends and share my home with them.  The house is already decorated for Christmas, so all I have to focus on is setting the table and hopefully having one of my culinary friends help out [...]

Monochromatic Flower Arranging by Christopher Nichols

Sticking to a single hue when selecting flowers for a bouquet may sound like a dull plan to some people. Why pick one color when you can have red roses, yellow daisies, and purple hydrangea together in one vase? But Roger’s top designers know that monochromatic floral arrangements can be one of the best ways [...]

Trade Secrets for Arranging Flowers from Your Garden by Eric Cortina

Creating arrangements from fresh cut garden flowers is something I truly enjoy. The beauty of these natural, fragrant bouquets looks lovely in any setting. Flowers bought from a florist are grown to last longer and have taller, straighter stems, while garden flowers are more delicate, have shorter stems, and need to be conditioned before you [...]

By | 2017-09-29T15:29:40+00:00 June 11th, 2012|Floral|0 Comments

Summer Wedding Florals by Christopher Nichols

You can have a stunning setting and the most beautiful dress, but we all know what makes a wedding perfect: the flowers. As plans for the big day start to peak this time of year, our veteran floral studio manager Opal Sullivan enjoys watching the latest wedding trends–in everything from unusual themes to colors palettes [...]