We are certainly inspired by Spring. The first burst of color after a long, winter has my designer senses going wild. I'm pretty sure our engaged couples have the same feeling after viewing their inspiration photos! Our next wedding of the season is in April. Baring any set backs from COVID-!9. For me, Spring is such a wondrous time for a wedding. Everything in nature is waking up from a long nap. The birds are chirping and the days are longer, things seem new and full of po
Love Endures All Things - Even The Coronavirus.
It's hard to know what changes we will endure during these difficult times. Many public gathering places across the country have closed or have limited entry. At this point, most of our spring couples are holding tight and waiting to see what happens. Last week I posted on Facebook with regards to how farms and flower shipments are being affected by (COVID-19). Basically they are asking for a 4 week lead time on wedding and event orders. I suspect some tropical flowers comi
Don't Compete - Collaborate!
I have been trying to think of a way to broach this subject for weeks! Thanks to our friends at Mayesh, I now have something to share that I find to be inspiring. As some of you know one of my first big floral jobs was working as a studio designer for Disney, in Orlando Florida. Collaboration is and was the key! With more than a 60 person sales staff, (and that was in the 90's), multiple destination weddings and events for clients all over the park, and a limited amount of ti