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Wednesday March 20th 2019

How Flowers Can Help You Cope With Depression

How Flowers Can Help You Cope With Depression

Sometimes we feel overwhelmed, exhausted or tired for no reason. Sometimes the stress of work or home can take it’s toll on your well being. It’s ok to feel drained sometimes, but eventually you’ll need to pick yourself up. If you’re unable to shake the funk, then you should always consult a doctor, but sometimes you can find therapy in the soil. In the beginning of the 20th century Edward Bach, a medical doctor and one of the first homeopaths, discovered some flower remedies that he believed could help cure the blues. Here’s a list of some of Bach’s Flower remedies for depression.

Rose Petals

Rose petals can you feel refreshed, relaxed and invigorated. Rose water is said to be a very potent ritual water and is very easy to make. All you have to do is place your rose petals in a container with water and leave said container out in the sunlight. You can use the flowers from older bouquets or arrangements.

The Gentian Plant

This plant is often used for people who are experiencing sadness directly correlated to an event such as, death in the family, loss of employment, breakups etc. This plant is known to help with feelings of pessimism and discouragement.

The Mustard Plant

Bach believed that if you were sad or depressed and couldn’t put your finger on the exact reason why then the mustard plant would help lift your spirits.

The Elm Plant

If you’re feeling overwhelmed or anxious then the Elm plant would be the plant to surround yourself with. This plant is great for those who are stressed, overworked and overwhelmed with their daily struggles.

Sweet Chestnut

Feeling lost or hopeless? The sweet chestnut plant will help put you in a better mind space to deal with those emotions.

The Honey Suckle Plant

If you need help letting go of a past occurrence and have a tendency to be bitter, unhappy or you often feel inadequate, then the Honey Suckle Plant is the one you need.

While the Bach Flower Remedies require many of these plant to be given in an oil form, we find that Flower Bouquets and arrangements tend to lift our spirits and those of our loved ones. Imagine your office desk or your night stand. Now imagine your office desk and night stand with a beautiful bouquet of flowers sitting pretty. The thought alone is calming. With so many flower variations to choose from, we’re sure that we offer an arrangement that will bring some peace and beauty into your life.   

Posted by Ava Rose in Flowers Gift Ideas
Monday March 4th 2019

The Best Flowers For St. Patrick's Day Celebrations

With St. Patrick's day almost among us, we'd like to take a look at 3 of the most popular St. Patrick's Day Flowers. From the home to the office, as gifts or for personal use, these flowers all have that classic St. Patrick's Day look and feel. Don't you shamrock shake, we've got a large variety of flowers for you to take home as well. 

Bells of Ireland

This flower is often a first choice for special events centered around St. Patrick's day. Some people equate this flower with prosperity, so much so that it’s often used in wedding ceremonies or even as gifts. You too can send this popular plant as a gift to friends and loved ones. Check out the Bells of Ireland Bouquet! 

Bells Of Ireland


Shamrocks (or 3 leaf clovers) are usually the first kind of plant/flower that people think of when they think of St. Patrick's day. The reason behind this is because it was said that St. Patrick, Irelands first Saint, used it (the 3 leaf clover)  to represent the Christian Holy Trinity. The term shamrock actually comes from Seamir which is the Irish term for little plant or young plant. It’s been said that a 4 leaf clover brings tremendous luck, so if you are fortunate enough to find one, keep it close and hold it dear. 


Green Carnations

Carnations have been being planted for over 2,000 years. The Greeks and Romans used carnations to make garlands. Garlands are a wreath made of flowers, and worn as decorative headgear.  Carnations come in many different colors and each color has a different symbolic meaning. The Green Carnations are usually reserved for St. Patrick's day activities. They pair wonderfully with many different flowers and during St. Patrick's day can often be found next to white carnations or even next to some yellow daises. If you’d like to see for yourself, visit our St. Patrick's day page and see some of the wonderful flower bouquets that we have to offer for St. Patrick's day. 

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Posted by Ava Rose in Holiday Flowers
Tuesday February 26th 2019

4 Unique Orchid Species

As Florists, we are subject to so many different varieties of flowers. You’ve heard of daisies, but did you know that there are over 20,000 species of plants that are a part of the daisy family? Did you know that there are over 150 different species of roses? There are about 30,000 different species of Orchids and today we will be discussing the 4 that we find most interesting.

4. The Duck Orchid

The Caleana Major, more commonly known as the Duck Orchid can be found in Australia and New Zealand. Upon looking at this image you should immediately realize why it is also known as the Duck Orchid. The leaves of this plant are formed in such a way that it looks like a duck in midflight. This clever little plant has evolved to trick the male sawfly into believing that it is a female sawfly and helping with the orchid's pollination cycle. This plant has landed itself on Australias Vulnerable Plant List because it needs a special kind of fungus to grow and the habitat in which that fungus lives is slowly diminishing. In 1986, the Australian government released a series of stamps featuring this unordinary plant. You may not be able to grow your own Duck Orchid, but if you manage to find the stamp, be sure to keep it forever.  

The Duck Orchid

3. The Dove Orchid

The Dove Orchid, also known as the Peristeria Elata, is also known as the Holy Ghost Orchid, Holy Spirit Orchid or the Bird Orchid. People refer to the Peristeria Orchid with all of these alternate terms because if you look closely, the center of the flower resembles a dove. The Dove Orchid can be found in Panama, Costa Rica, South America and Trinidad. This flower tends to grow in large numbers and have been known to grow in both August and September.  Fascinating enough, these plants can be both epiphytic and terrestrial.

The Dove Orchid

2.  The Monkey Orchid

The Monkey Orchid is known by some as the monkey like Dracula as it’s scientific name is the Dracula Simia. If you look closely at this plant, you’ll notice that this plant more closely resembles Curious George than your average Orchid. These flowers are only grown in the cloud forests of Southeastern Ecaudor and Peru, so needless to say, you won’t be able to pick these up from your local florist.

The Monkey Orchid

1 Naked Man Orchid

The Seeds of the Orchis Italica resemble a naked man. If you look closely enough, you’ll see what looks to be a man with arms legs and other human like features. Sometimes it even seems as though the tiny man inside the flower has eye and a mouth. This plant often comes in different shades such as pink, white, purple and sometimes even yellow. This flower is native to the Mediterranean.

The Naked Man Orchid

As you see the Orchid comes in many different shapes, colors and sizes. Luckily for you, you can own or gift an orchid as early as today. Shop Avas Flowers and see our Beautiful Orchid Collection. What are you waiting for?

Purple Orchid

Posted by Ava Rose in Orchid Plants
Monday February 18th 2019

Hail To The Chief...Floral Designer?

Hail to the Chief…Floral Designer?

The White House's Chief Floral Designer

Did you know that The White House has a Chief Floral Designer? The Chief Floral Designer is in charge of all of the floral arrangements for the first family and all of the white house events. Each Chief Floral Designer is selected by each administration. There is a competition to choose the winner. The White House Chief Floral Designer gets to design floral arrangements for all of the rooms in the white house. They even design the beautiful centerpieces that the public seldom get to see for the various White House events. This means every state dinner, every official ceremony, all of the receptions etc, are designed by a florist appointed by the President of the United States.

Fresh Flowers weren’t always so popular in The White House. In the 19th century Americans were not as fond of flowers. They preferred wax flowers over the real thing. Luckily, in the 1850’s the niece of President Buchanan requested live flowers to be sent to the white house. Seeing how fond his niece was of the sweet smelling plants, President Buchanan had a greenhouse built so that his niece would be able to enjoy the delightful freshness that comes from having flowers in your home. The public was also allowed to enjoy the conservatory as well.

The first full time White House bouquet makers were hired by first lady Lucy Webb Hayes in the late 1870’s. It was during this time it seemed that the white house was it’s most sumptuous. In 1874 the white house hosted the wedding of President Ulysses S. Grant’s daughter Nellie. The east room was reportedly covered from ceiling to floor with beautiful rare floral arrangements.

In 1902 President Theodore Roosevelt decided on a major renovation to The White House, making way for the east and west wing offices. He did however keep classic floral arrangements, so not all floral hope was lost. Those arrangements were sourced from local green houses. Once planes became more popular some of the arrangements were flown in from farther away places like Colorado and Florida.

Through out the mid century the white houses floral arrangements  were very formal and grouped together, but when first lady Jackie Kennedy took over, The White House saw quite a change. Jackie Kennedy made sure that creative, airy and natural bouquets were seen around the white house. She used bowls instead of vases and chose local flowers that were in bloom, doing away with the classy look of her predecessors. Mrs. Kennedy would often have tree branches bought into the white house and then designed to her liking. It was Jackie Kennedy who hired the very first Chief Floral Designer. 

This Presidents day we solute not only the Presidents that have made this nation great, but the Chief Floral Designers who turned the white house into a resplendent indoor garden

Posted by Ava Rose in Holiday Flowers
Monday February 4th 2019

Avas Favorite Celebrity Power Couples

With Valentines Day right around the corner, we wanted to talk about some power couples that have inspired us to make grand romantic gestures. These couples have made a great impact on their various industries as well as our heart strings 

Beyonce & Jay – Z

Beyonce & Jay-Z have given us the blue print for fairy tale romances in the modern day. In 2012, Beyonce reportedly purchased a private Jet for J’s Fathers day gift. Jay has reportedly purchased an ISLAND for Beyonce for her 29th birthday. These two are crazy in love with each other and we’re blessed to have seen this romance blossom over the past 2 decades. 

Beyonce & Jay-Z

Sarah Jessica Parker & Matthew Broderick

This is one of our favorite couples by far! SJP & Matthew Broderick has been married for over 20 years now. #Goals They married in secret in 1997 with only 100 wedding guests in a small venue on the lower east side. This couple regularly gives each other the best gift a couple can get. Regular date nights. It may not be as fancy sounding as other Celebs, but the gift of your presence, should always be a great present for your significant other. 

Sarah Jessica Parker & Matthew Broderick

 Cardi B & Offset

This couple is new to scene,  but making a huge splash nonetheless and we love it! Recently Cardi B and the Migos rapper, Offset hit a tiny bump in their relationship, but Offset thought of a way back into her good graces. Offset spent $15k on a flower arrangement that he delivered to Cardi B. during her rolling load set. Reportedly it took 6 designers to put his “Take Me Back Cardi” arrangement using 2,000 stems of roses. Beautiful. 

Cardi B & Offset

 Ellen DeGeneres & Portia De Rossi

Here at Avas Flowers we absolutely love Ellen! She always has such pretty floral arrangements on her show set. #ShowtimeGoals. For Ellen’s 60th birthday, Portia came onto the show to present her wife with a gift she wouldn’t soon forget.  Portia donated to the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund in Ellens name. The donation was so large that that the conservation center was able to create a permanent home on one of its campuses. This was such a thoughtful gift, we would be remise if we didn’t mention it. #LoveWins

Ellen DeGeneres & Portia De Rossi

Goldie Hawn & Kurt Russell

This power couple has been bringing  joy and entertaining our families for the past 30 years! According to Goldie Hawn, they fell in love on set of a movie 34 years ago. Their most recent gift to us was their amazing Christmas card posted to Goldie Hawns account. #RelationshipPhotoGoals

Goldie Hawn & Kurt Russell

Seth Rogen & Lauren Miller

If you’re like us then you heard that famous Seth Rogen laugh in your head as soon as you read his name. Seth has bought us so many classic comedies that we will forever hold dear to our hearts.  Movies like Superbad, Pineapple Express & The Neighbors, just to name a few. Recently he produced a different kind of movie that moved us in a different way. Seth Rogen and his wife Lauren created a Comedic Charity Show on Netflix called Hilarity For Charity. The proceeds from this show and charity are going towards finding new  treatments and hopefully a cure for Alzheimers.  This charity means so much to this couple because Seth’s Wifes Mother is afflicted with the disease. Not only is this an amazing gift to gift his wife & mother in law, but the world. 

Seth Rogen & Lauren Miller

Posted by Ava Rose in Special Events Flowers
Thursday January 31st 2019

Favorite Flowers of 7 First Ladies in the White House

Flowers have been a part of White House history from the beginning, and a lot of work goes into the displays for all of the ceremonies and events. Many of the First Ladies played a huge role in decorating and arranging of these flowers. Ever wonder what type of flowers each First Lady liked best? Here are just a few.

Ellen Wilson - Roses

While previous first ladies did pay attention to the flowers and decor of the White House, Ellen Wilson was the first to pay attention to the east plot of land and designed the east garden, now known as the First Lady’s Garden. With help from landscaper Beatrix Farrand, she designed a lovely garden that included conifers, boxwoods, perennials and annuals, and a reflecting pool. Unfortunately, Mrs. Wilson passed away shortly after her garden was designed, and it wasn’t finished until a few years later. While it was hard for her to choose a specific flower she liked best, she did like roses.

Jacqueline Kennedy - Blue Cornflower, White Peony

The Kennedy’s put a lot of effort towards having the White House Grounds looking beautiful. After decades of having the First Lady’s Garden not being taken care of, Jacqueline Kennedy put together a plan to redesign it. Later, this garden was renamed the Jackie Kennedy Garden, after her hard work she put into replanting. Jackie also helped to update the Rose Garden, which the Kennedys wanted available for use for celebrations and ceremonies. Jackie’s two favorite flowers were the blue cornflower and the white peony, but she did not like gladiolus.

Lady Bird Johnson - Texas Bluebonnet, Lavender Bluebell

One of Mrs. Johnson’s biggest projects during her time as a First Lady was the planting of native wildflower species around Washington, DC. She also worked on the Highway Beautification Act, which promoted the planting of flowers and plants alongside roads. Later, she founded the National Wildflower Research Center in Texas. It is now known as the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center. One of her favorite flowers was the lavender bluebell. She also liked the Texas bluebonnet flower.

Nancy Reagan - White Peonies

Nancy Reagan loved white peonies - and often had to be reminded by White House Chief Floral Designer Nancy Clarke that these flowers were only available in the spring. In fact, at the end of the Reagans’ time in the White House, Clarke gave a gift to Mrs. Reagan - a needlepointed pillow that read “Peonies bloom in May.” Mrs. Reagan spent a lot of time beautifying the White House, as it was in need of a redesign. This project wasn’t surprising, considering her interest in fashion and design. She knew exactly what she wanted, too - the white peonies that she kept around the White House had to be in pristine condition, with stamens still attached.

Rosalynn Carter - Narcissus

Rosalynn Carter enjoyed simple flower displays, with her favorite blooms being the narcissus and camellias. She enjoyed spending time working on flower arrangements. One of Mrs. Carter’s projects was to encourage the conservation of Monarch butterflies, which led to the Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail creation several years later by Annette Wise. This trail is filled with many different types of flowers.

Laura Bush - Tulips

Laura Bush has a tough time choosing a favorite flower, but some of her favorites include tulips, magnolias, and roses. In fact, she even has a rose named after her: the Laura Bush Rose. It is an orange-pink color, perfect for adding a splash of color into any home. At the George W. Bush Presidential Center, Mrs. Bush loves walking along the Native Texas Park, which features several different species of wildflowers that are native to Texas.

Michelle Obama - Roses, Hydrangeas

Michelle Obama leans towards bright, colorful flowers. She likes roses and hydrangeas the best. A French element was introduced to the arrangements in the White House. Mrs. Obama spoke with her florist and gave her a vision, but also let her have some freedom in the displays. And Mrs. Obama was quite happy with the results. During one of Michelle Obama’s recent book tours, Barack Obama surprised her on stage with a bouquet of one of her favorite flowers - pink roses.

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Tuesday January 29th 2019

How America's Top 8 Festivals Celebrate Flowers

Flowers are incredibly important to our culture - we offer them as a sign of love, friendship, and sympathy. Each state even has its own flower. There are dozens of flower festivals across the country where we celebrate the beauty and importance of flowers. Here are just a few.

1. Portland Rose Festival - Portland, Oregon

The Portland Rose festival has been around since 1907 and has grown to be one of the biggest events in Portland each year. During the festival, they celebrate the rose’s beauty with the Grand Floral Parade - which is the second largest all-floral parade in the US. If you visit, you’ll see the Golden Rose Ski Classic ski race, fireworks, carnival rides, and even dragon boat races.

2. Philadelphia Flower Show - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Philadelphia Flower show is the largest indoor flower show in the world, with 250,000 attending each year. Each year has a different theme, and participants create extravagant floral and garden designs which are then submitted for judging. These beautiful displays are a perfect way to celebrate and appreciate nature.

3. National Cherry Blossom Festival - Washington, DC

The National Cherry Blossom Festival is held to commemorate the gift of Japanese cherry trees from Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo City to Washington, D.C. in 1912. First Lady Helen Taft and Viscountess Chinda (one of the Japanese ambassador’s wife) planted the tree together, and it still stands today. The Cherry Blossom Festival a daily sushi and sake celebration, kimono fashion shows, and more. They even hold classes to learn more about cherry blossoms. The three week long festival ends with a large parade.

4. Skagit Valley Tulip Festival - Skagit, Washington

Love tulips? Head over to Skagit Valley, Washington, for their tulip festival. Tulips have been growing in the Puget Sound area since the 1900s, with fields still growing today. There are a number of art shows, concerts, markets, and other activities during the Skagit Valley Tulip Fest, which runs through the entire month of April. The miles of tulips are best viewed on a driving tour or on a trolley ride.

5. North Carolina Azalea Festival - Wilmington, North Carolina

The North Carolina Azalea Festival is one of the largest flower festivals in the state. It is held in Wilmington, and attracts over 300,000 people during the three day festival. You can walk through the beautiful Airlie Gardens, which features not only flowers but a butterfly garden, mystery grave, and sculpture garden as well. The Cape Fear Garden Club Azalea Belles dress in antebellum outfits and act as hostesses and guides for the gardens. There is also a festival queen who is crowned the first day of the festival.

6. Epcot International Flower Festival - Bay Lake, Florida

Love Disney? Then the Epcot International Flower Festival is for you. You’ll see a variety of flowers, gardens, and topiaries, all themed around Disney characters. This festival is held at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and takes place from March until June, making it one of the longest flower festivals. There are several different flower and garden tours offered, including the Royal Tea Garden Tour and the Gardens of the World tour. You can visit a wide variety of exhibits, including the Bonsai collection, Bold Bromeliads, Festival Blooms, or Floating Mini-Gardens.

7. Rochester Lilac Festival - Rochester, New York

The Rochester Lilac Festival in Highland Park boasts over 1800 lilac bushes and more than 500 different varieties. The festival kicks off with a parade, and offers a number of different music and art events. There’s more than just lilacs, too - Highland Park has a pansy bed, a rhododendron/azalea garden, a tulip garden, and an arboretum. The festival ends with the Lilac 10k road race and a 5k family fun run.

8. California Poppy Festival - Lancaster, California

Poppies are California’s state flower, so it’s not surprising that they have a festival dedicated to the flower. Walk through parts - or all - of the eight miles of trails at the Anelope Valley California Poppy Reserve to view these gorgeous wildflowers. This state-protected reserve is kept all natural, meaning that California State Parks doesn’t water these poppies. It is also not allowed to take any poppies from the reserve. There are tons of activities at the California Poppy Festival. You can expect anything from petting zoos to motocross shows during this event.

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Tuesday January 22nd 2019

5 Flowers that Symbolize Love

“Life is the flower for which love is the honey" - Victor Hugo

Flowers speak a language all of their own. Some say “fresh start” while others are for luck; and there are some that speak the language of love, be it romantic love or the love shared between a parent and child.

Here are five flowers that signify love - pick your beloved’s favorite when choosing the perfect Valentine’s Day flowers.


Tulips as a whole that represent the “perfect love,” and red tulips represent the truest love. There are many myths and traditions associated with tulips and love.

In Persian culture, young men offer red tulips when they are proposing marriage. Greek mythology tells the story of a girl named Tulip, who has caught the eye of the God of Autumn. She grows tired of his advances and asks the God of Virginity to transform her into a flower. She is changed into a Tulip, and thus in Greek mythology the flower becomes associated with seduction. Turkish lore tells of a couple named Farhad and Shirin; Shirin dies while digging a well, so Farhad throws himself off a cliff because he cannot bear to be without her. Red tulips start to grow around his spilt blood, making red tulips a symbol for passion.


No surprise here. Roses - especially red ones - are the ultimate symbol of romantic love. With their delicate petals and seductive scent, few can resist its lure.


Sturdy like a lifelong relationship, a bouquet of carnations will instantly liven up a room. Be sure to choose the appropriate color to describe your one-of-a-kind romance.

White Carnations

For a relationship celebrating the purest of love, white carnations are the way to go. These beauties are also a symbol of good luck.

Dark Red Carnations

For fiery affection, dark red carnations are the symbol you are looking for. Why not combine white and red carnations for a message that screams passion and purity.

Pink Carnations

There are few things as strong and pure as a mother’s undying love - which is exactly what pink carnations represent! An age-old belief says claims that pink carnations first appeared on earth from the Virgin Mary’s tears.


True love is long-lasting, like the peony. While this majestic flower may not be the first flower that comes to mind, peonies represent honor and a happy relationship. Peonies are also the traditional gift for the twelfth wedding anniversary.


Chrysanthemum in general symbolize joy, a feeling you can’t help but feel when surrounded by your loved ones! For a symbol of love, opt for a red or white version of this bloom; red chrysanthemum symbolize love in general, while white chrysanthemum are symbols of loyalty and devotion.
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Tuesday January 15th 2019

Flower Ideas for Superbowl Parties

With the big game coming up, flowers might be the last thing on your mind. But whether you’re going to someone else’s party or hosting your own, adding some flowers to your party decor can be a great way to show team spirit! Here are some ways you can use flowers at your superbowl party.

Team Spirit

One of the easiest ways to use flowers at your superbowl party is to get an arrangement with your team’s colors! Rooting for the Cowboys? A blue and white arrangement will let you show your pride. More of a Rams fan? Try some blue and yellow tulips. Or maybe neither team is your first pick, so you get two arrangements, one for each team. If you’re still feeling down about that Seahawks loss, you could do a small bouquet of blue-green orchids. Flower choices for this are endless, since you just need the right color. Some popular flowers you could use are amaryllis, roses, tulips, and carnations. It’s easy to find these is several different colors, which gives you lots of good options for your arrangement. For team colors that are harder to find - for example, black or green, think about how you can accessorize the arrangement. For example, if a team’s colors are green and white, use some heather as a green filler. If your team’s colors are black and orange, choose some begonias or chrysanthemums and tie a black ribbon around the vase.

Football Themed Arrangements

Maybe you don’t want to take sides so fast (we’ll ask you again at halftime). If so, choose a neutral arrangement with a football theme. This could include adding small football accessories in the bouquet. Some florists will even do this for you. Centerpiece sticks of helmets, jerseys, and footballs are great for this. If you have a small team flag, add that too!

Got an old football laying around? Cut open both ends of the football and remove the rubber liner from inside Take an appropriately sized glass vase and put it inside the football. Add your flowers and you’ve got some easy team spirit! You could decorate an old football helmet, too, by dressing it up with some flowers of your favorite team’s color. This makes a great centerpiece.


Yellows of all shades are in this year, which is great since yellow is a classic flower color. In fashion, you can expect to see pops of yellow to make a look stand out as well as bold pieces, like coats and jackets.

Many people think of sunflowers when they think about yellow flowers. Sunflowers can really brighten up your home on those dark, wintery days. Daffodils, tulips, or yellow roses are another popular choice. And if this bold color doesn’t match your home very well, don’t worry. You could use goldenrods or yellow baby’s breath for filler, and then do a different color for the main attraction. And you don’t have to go bright and bold if you don’t want to - there are many flowers that have a softer yellow color. For example, you can find carnations and gerbera daisies that come in lighter yellow.

Turn it Into a Game

Who says flowers have to just be centerpieces? Turn it into a game by having guests bring a few flowers to represent their team’s colors, and put them in a vase. Have each person guess what the score will be, and whoever is closest gets to take home the bouquet. Have fun with it!

Thank Your Host

If you’re attending a party this year, bring your host some flowers to thank them for hosting. Choose the colors of their team for extra points. If you know the host’s favorite type of flower, you can’t go wrong choosing an arrangement that includes those. If you’ve hosted a party before, you know how much work it can be, so your gesture will be truly appreciated.

How to Decorate

There are many ways you can decorate your party space. For example, you could put each team’s flowers on different sides of the snack table. You could even split up the room using the flowers, with one team’s fans on one side, and one on the other. Setting the flowers near the TV is good, since that’s where the focus will be - but you won’t want to block anyone’s view, so make sure you check your placement from a few different angles.

Now, you’re ready to have a great superbowl party. Even if your favorite team doesn’t win, you’ll still have a lot of fun getting into the spirit of the game.

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Tuesday January 8th 2019

New York Fashion Show 2019: Flowers for 2019 Fashion Trends

The New York Fashion Show is coming up from the 8th to 16th of February. Many popular designers will be showing off their newest fashion trends that will be popular in the upcoming seasons. Here are some of the trends that we expect to see in 2019, and how you can incorporate them into your floral arrangements at home.

Layers and Frills

One of the big things in 2019 will be layers and frills. You might see these on the hems of shirts and dresses or even to accent the shoulders.

To bring this into your home decor, try choosing arrangements with flowers with lots of petals, like peonies, dahlias, chrysanthemums, or roses. To add even more texture, choose an arrangement with a variety of smaller, filler flowers. This will give the bouquet depth. If you’d like, you can think outside the box - literally. For example, add some tulle around your vase for some more frills.

Neutrals/earthy colors/creams

You can’t go wrong with neutral colors. In 2019, earthy cream tones are in. Expect to see things like off-white blazers and cappuccino colored sweaters.

There’s a lot of freedom here for what type of flower arrangement you could do. A sweet, cream-pink colored rose bouquet would be beautiful and will look good in any style home. Lillies are an excellent choice as well. If you don’t want to do all cream colors, you could do a combination of creams and either pinks, blues, or yellows. Add some green filler to stick to the earth tone theme. This would be a lovely centerpiece for a living room.


Yellows of all shades are in this year, which is great since yellow is a classic flower color. In fashion, you can expect to see pops of yellow to make a look stand out as well as bold pieces, like coats and jackets.

Many people think of sunflowers when they think about yellow flowers. Sunflowers can really brighten up your home on those dark, wintery days. Daffodils, tulips, or yellow roses are another popular choice. And if this bold color doesn’t match your home very well, don’t worry. You could use goldenrods or yellow baby’s breath for filler, and then do a different color for the main attraction. And you don’t have to go bright and bold if you don’t want to - there are many flowers that have a softer yellow color. For example, you can find carnations and gerbera daisies that come in lighter yellow.

Polka Dots

Polka dots are in! This year, you’ll get to add some pattern to your wardrobe with a polka dot cardigan, polka dot dress, or even polka dot shoes.

This trend is a little bit harder to transfer over to flowers, but you can do it. One way to take inspiration is to look at some flowers that have more than one color. For example, bi-color alstroemerias have a little bit of a polka dot feel to them. Bi-color dendrobium orchids are a great choice too.

Another way to get inspired by polka dots is by thinking about the arrangement itself. For example, you could use two different colors of flowers. It’s up to you whether these flowers are the same kind or not. Your arrangement would be primarily one color of flower, but then you could add in pops of the other color - just like polka dots!


Menswear has been common in past years, but expect to see a resurgence in 2019. Menswear inspired shoes, blouses, and jackets will be popular. For menswear inspired flower arrangements, be bold and go for some black and white tuxedo colors. If you can’t find a black flower - or you’re superstitious about their meanings, try a deep purple or maroon. Some good choices are dark colored dahlias or helleborus. Dark purple tulips or black velvet petunias look great along with a bright white lilium. These stark contrasts would look great in any home with a modern flair.

Tye Dye

Tye dye is back again for the spring and summer. As the days get warmer, expect to see tye dyed crop tops and swimwear.

For a tye dye themed bouquet, be colorful! Multicolored flowers are great for this. Orange-red marigolds, blanket flowers, heleniums, irises, or hibiscus are all beautiful flowers that have multicolored blooms. You can also create an arrangement of many different colors of flowers. For example, you could do a display of roses where each one is a different color. If you’re feeling extra bold, you can even buy specially dyed tye dye flowers.

Rainbow roses are one of the most popular types. We expect to see many more trends in 2019, but these are just a few to start thinking about. Which trend will you follow?

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