A big wedding trend is brooch bouquets.
Monday, November 21, 2011
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Area florists and garden centers get ready for busy Easter weekend, start of spring planting season.
While not the wild crush that Valentine's Day or Mother's Day brings, area florists and garden centers have been busy this week preparing for Easter and the beginning of spring planting. Picking up a bouquet of flowers for grandma at Easter is something of a lost art, area florists said. But florists and designers were still keeping busy creating Easter arrangements for area churches and spring table displays and bouquets in a vast range of styles, colors and sizes. Friday and Saturday this weekend are expected to be busy days for area florists. Pure white Easter lilies are obviously the traditional Easter flower and remain popular. But the kind and colors of flowers, bouquets, arrangements and plants keeps growing every year. Any-Time …