We can’t believe it’s Wedding Wednesday again already! Where did the week go? This week’s bouquet is a beauty! Perfect for a tropical summer wedding with warm enough hues to compliment an autumn bride.
gathered hot pink roses, bi-colored circus roses, purple statice and birds of
paradise into a lovely clutch bouquet with a collar of curled ti leaves and a
cascade of bear grass for extra drama.
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Wednesday, August 12, 2015
It’s Wedding Wednesday!! This week’s bouquet takes us to a tropical paradise! It’s certainly not for the traditional bride, but if you’re into contemporary design, exotic flair and brilliant color then this is the bouquet for you!
Spirals of lucky bamboo trumpet from the center of the bouquet and are surrounded by birds of paradise, ginger, craspedia balls, solidego and statice. The bouquet is finished with a collar of rolled ti leaves and the gathered stems are wrapped tightly with a bit of raffia.
The brides and grooms that we meet are as diverse as the flowers they choose! Congratulations to the happy couple!
If you’re in the Philadelphia region give us a call to schedule your wedding consultation at 800-887-4013.
Flowers make the moment… Let us make a moment for you, at Stein Your Florist Co.
|Birds of Paradise|
|Spiral Lucky Bamboo|
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Thursday, November 15, 2012
As part of our 125th Anniversary celebration at Stein Your Florist Co. we are sharing a year of floral education, November 1, 2012 thru October 31, 2013. Each day we will post something new on our Facebook page to share our knowledge of our favorite things, flowers and plants and we'll be updating our blog every 5 days or so. No need for pencils and notebooks, just sharing some simple lessons in floristry.
woody stems that need to draw water for maximum vase life. If a blossom wilts
prematurely, remove it from the design, recut the stem at a sharp angle and
place in warm water for at least one hour. The flower should be revived and
ready to take its place in the design. If this doesn’t revive
your thirsty flower try submerging the bloom in a bucket of room temperature
water for a few hours, hydrangea are great at drinking water through their
petals and will often perk back up after their drowning. For best results
keep the water level in their vase full. Hydrangeas can also be dried, by
hanging them upside down in a warm spot. Although the color will fade slightly
– the dried flowers can last between 9 months to a year.
|Properly Display Cut Flowers|
|Bird of Paradise|
|Aloe Vera Plant|