It’s always fun to create something different with texture.
When a bride gives you a chance to create a one of a kind bridal bouquet.
The bridal bouquet consisted of Feverfew, White Tulips, French Lavender, Craspedia, Seeded Eucalyptus, Italian Ruscus.
When designing flowers and clients want a particular look you have to have knowledge of design styles from around the world.
Here at Apple Blossoms we take great care and time in researching design style from around the world and our clients are always very happy with knowing that we always pay close attention to detail and quality.
Terrariums are all the rage. I remember making terrariums back in the 70’s when I was just a kid. We would collect small plants and items in the mountains and create these amazing little echo systems that would last for years with little care. It’s like looking into a miniature garden. The plants we use in our terrariums here at Apple Blossoms Floral Designs are called Pixie Plants. These plants have been cultivated to maintain a miniature garden. These are great for the office or the home. They have also become very popular as wedding centerpieces or a signature arrangement on a special table such as a sign in table, or gift table. Who wouldn’t want to receive these as a gift that keeps giving?
We brought back Christmas of years gone by. Creating feelings of nostalgia with the Aluminum Christmas Tree and color wheel to the ceramic Christmas tree my Mom made more 40 years ago. The Sled was my Mom’s Brother’s Sled that was passed down to my brother and I who enjoyed many years of bitter cold days riding the back roads around Central Pennsylvania.
So stop by Apple Blossoms Floral Designs at 3625 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, FL 33609 and take a step back to your childhood.
I was so lucky today to have spent some time on a bit of a field trip.
I went to the central part of the state with 102 planters to a succulent growers and it just blew my mind.
The planters will be filled with a selection of succulents for an event we have coming up in October. It will take seven weeks for the succulents to grow to fill the containers. I can’t wait to see the end result.
Here are a few pictures of the amazing succulents I had the privilege to enjoy.