We were kicking around different ideas for Mother’s Day when my little one bounced in from her play kitchen and asked me (for the fragillionth time) to tie her apron. She was in the midst of making a lego pie – ( personally not a fan. Too crunchy. 😉 and the darn strings kept untying. As I looped it around her and tied it snugly at her belly,
Carnations are the star of this month’s Featured Arrangement. Our classic mercury glass bowl teeming with the prettiest palette of soft blush, petal pink, gold and raspberry blooms. A beautiful gift or order one for your own table. Please note this arrangement can also be customized to your color palette. Call us today!
I was tossing out the last of a bouquet I’d been given (yes, though I live and breathe flowers, I still like to receive ’em) and I got to thinking “Dratz! It would’ve been nice if it lasted longer!” But that’s the deal with flowers. They eventually have to kick it. I know this. I […]
Crushing BIG on these sunflowers! Art Night at my son’s elementary school had me digging deep into the recesses of FlowerCrates’ storage to give new life to some old props. Brightened up a bit with a sweet palette of fresh flowers and Voila!: A floral masterpiece worthy of donation! I was so honored to display among the […]
I adore this arrangement almost as much as the thought and sentiment that went into it. So much so that I am now going to offer it on the site. It was just such a beautiful way to congratulate a new family on the birth of their twins. Turning from convention and putting the focus directly on this new mom produced a fresher and truly more inspired gift. Oh, don’t get me wrong. Pink and Blue Bears?
… BUT DON’T BE FOOLED! 🙂 As April Fools Day comes to a close, I got to thinking about one of my favorite vases, The Chic Vase. It sure is an elegant bit of ceramic trickery, one that certainly fooled me the first time I touched it. Though it looks like a set of individual […]
Moving beyond the standard salute to the “shamrock”,FlowerCrates decided to pay homage to some patriotic colors instead. So using dubium (Sun Star) plants and our classic Sweater Pot (who doesn’t love a good sweater, eh?), we celebrate Ireland’s Orange, White andGreen in a little different but still hip kinda way. And, though my dearly departed Da would probably cringe (sorry, Dad), we […]