Monday, October 19, 2009
Monday, September 28, 2009
I love surprises. I went to the mailbox today and received a complimentary issue of
Premier Bride. I randomly opened this tasteful publication and the first page I open
is a beautiful photo of our flowers! In fact, there were pages of our designs including
the wedding of Chris and Britta's wedding at Ten Mile Station who are one of the
The photos were all from Chris Sharber Photography, a local Evergreen Photographer
who are just awesome to work with, and, their work is exquisite.
If you are planning a wedding, pick up Premier Bride, it is a great publication, not only
providing links to many Colorado vendors, but useful planning information.
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
So many of my orchid lovers
have asked when we will have an orchid class.
We have asked our local Colorado Orchid growers to
present an informative class on orchid. This is a
casual class setting held at our shop.
We have two classes scheduled for September.
Dates: Tuesday evening, September 15th @ 6pm
or Saturday Morning @ 11am. Class fee will be $20.00
or...buy an orchid at the presentation and the class will
If interested, please call to reserve. 303 674 4995.
Sunday, July 12, 2009
This is a beautiful venue with a historic stone main house and many separate cabins
in this pristine meadow and wooded area of the Rocky Mountains.
Here are a few pics.
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Carnations were one of my first loves.
I love the delicate, sweet fragrance of cloves,
the longevity, the colors.
Especially the deep, deep purples and lime greens,
and, yes, white just might be my favorite.
The poor carnation. Such a bad rap. They just got overused...sold on every street corner, grocery store and used everywhere.
They were designed poorly, just poked in here and
there just to take up space.
Then, they got shoved aside without even knowing what it was they did wrong.
When I opened my second shop, 20 years after the first, I became a carnation snob.
My rule was...no carnations..they are a "special order".
But, how could I turn my back on my old faithful
friends? I love the carnation designed in a mass
and all one shade. Lush.
I am so enjoying creating clean, sleek, modern designs with them. I love to present a showy carnation piece
and hear the comments from my customers,"I don't
normally like carnations, but, that is really, really
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Many brides are on a big time budget this year. Still are getting married, but choosing
to do much of the wedding themselves, or with the help of friends.
Here are some reasons to consider hiring a professional florist.
From Bride & Bloom http://184.108.40.206/index.php?page...loral-designer
• They’re professionals – No matter how many books you read on DIY floral design, it’s really no substitute for years of professional experience. Floral designers know what flowers will be in season on your wedding date, they know which will hold up best in the heat or in the cold, they know the latest color palettes and design trends, and most importantly, they can design in an artistic manner that is hard to achieve as an amateur.
• They’re relievers of stress – Do you really want to worry about crafting bouquets for all six of your bridesmaids, not to mention all those little boutonnieres? And those sky-scraping, architectural centerpieces you had imagined? They don’t seem like such a piece of cake when you’re trying to entertain your out-of-town guests. Hiring a floral designer allows you to entertain, have some fun, and even relax a little.
• They’re stage-setters – A good floral designer will have everything set up before your guests even arrive. This is something that’s hard to do on your own. Usually, designers have an experienced team that helps set everything up. You could attempt to recruit your own team, but who knows how many friends and family members will be able to help you set up? And, do you really want to put that burden on the people closest to you? Your wedding should be a day everyone – including yourself – can enjoy.
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
Every Friday is 2 for 1
on all single stems! Buy one, get one for free!
We have a great selection of fresh cut flowers,
such as Sunflowers, Blue orchids, Tulips,
Organic Stargazer Lilies and Gerbera Daisies,
Calla Lilies, Roses and Bird of Paradise and
Cash and Carry
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
*They know you thought of them early - it’s not a “last minute” effort.
*Your “Valentine” is the center of attention at the workplace.
*Your Valentine will feel loved all week.
Fresh Cut Romance:
A low and lush, full of seasonal fresh cut blooms such as tulips, roses,
sunflowers and hydrangea, spilling over in a square glass cube.
Full of romance and love.
A little love……$50.00
A lotta love……$85.00
So much love….$100.00
Scent with Love:
Shades of all white flowers centered with a single Red Rose
Very aromatic. Make her happy……$50.00
Keep her happy……$100.00
In the Garden:
A mingling of wildflowers, accented with colorful fillers, flavor and
the softness of nature. Casual and simple. Lovely.
2 Dozen short roses designed low and lush enhanced with
rich foliages. All red or call for other color availability. $65.00
1 Dozen Classic Tall and Showy Premium Roses
All red or call for other availability. $75.00