As Valentine’s Day approaches it’s time to begin thinking about how you will show your affection to your loved ones or sweetheart this year. What kind of flowers you choose to send will communicate a particular message, depending on their color. Pink, for example, is a symbol of gentleness while white represents purity. Yellow often stands for friendship and red means love and desire. Send a particular message that lets her know exactly how you feel about her. The floral designers at The Flower Bucket are creating some beautiful displays that will help you share your heart with her this Valentine’s Day. Read More about Express Your Love
The 2019 Color of the Year has been announced and its name is Living Coral. This animated, life-affirming coral hue with warm golden undertones is an energetic and invigorating color with a softer edge. Plan to see this beautiful shade everywhere you look this season, from weddings to living rooms, from the runway to sporting events. Living Coral will infuse our world with its positive energy. One of the best ways to include Living Coral in your daily life is with a beautiful floral arrangement from The Flower Bucket. Read More about Living Coral is the Most Lively Color of 2019
As the New Year approaches, we tend to look for ways to make changes to our lives that will refresh and inspire us as we move forward. At The Flower Bucket, we feel flowers are a great way to do this! Here's why:
Flowers help freshen the air. Plants and flowers are natural air purifiers, absorbing toxins and other impurities while emitting life-giving oxygen so you can breathe easier, think clearer and focus better.
Flowers help you de-stress. Place flowers in your work environment to lower stress levels. The green foliage is proven to reduce stress and anxiety, creating a calm environment.
Flowers help you think creatively. Studies show that looking at your favorite colors can have a positive impact on your creative thought. Make sure you have colorful blooms nearby whenever you begin working on a creative project. Read More about Refreshing New Year’s Blooms
The holiday season is filled with joy, merry hearts and glad tidings, but for the families of fallen veterans, it can also be a time of great sadness. They become even more aware of the absence of their loved one as the once-a-year traditions approach. For these individuals, we suggest participating in a wreath-laying ceremony like Wreaths Across America. This ceremony of placing flowers or Christmas wreaths for veterans on their grave sites commenced at Arlington National Cemetery and is now observed across the U.S. and abroad. Find a ceremony like this in your community or begin your own as a way of updating your holiday traditions and paying tribute to our fallen heroes. The floral designers at The Flower Bucket have designed a beautiful collection of holiday wreaths and flowers just for such occasions. Read More about Christmas Wreaths for Veterans
Every year as the holidays approach, we begin to decorate our homes with the spirit of the season in mind. This year, consider adding to your collection of holiday decor by crafting your own do-it-yourself design. One great project is this Mistletoe Kissing Ball that will pair beautifully with your custom-arranged holiday flowers and other ornaments or decor. The floral designers at The Flower Bucket have created a beautiful collection of holiday arrangements to give as gifts or display throughout your home. Read More about DIY Holiday Designs
The holiday season is a great time to bring the warmth and spirit of Christmas into your home through lovely decorations, ornaments, lights and centerpieces. Create a cozy, joyful atmosphere in your home this season with beautiful touches like a classic sprig of mistletoe, a garland draped across your decorated fireplace mantel, or a lovely poinsettia gracing your front porch or entryway. The beauty of the season can be yours with a few simple, elegant touches throughout your home. Take a look at the best-selling holiday collection the designers at The Flower Bucket have created for you to peruse. Read More about Inspiring Christmas Decor
As the holiday season approaches, we begin to think about decorating our house for the season. Don’t forget to include your home office in your decorating plans for the holidays. Something as simple and elegant as a lovely holiday wreath or lush dish garden can mean the difference between a cheerful, spirited work environment and one that is otherwise ordinary. Take a look at the beautiful handmade holiday collection designed by the floral artisans at The Flower Bucket just for you this season. Read More about Blooming Holiday Baskets
This week, we here at The Flower Bucket are showing our gratitude to one of our favorite design team members, Angelus. She may be behind the scenes, but she's very much at the fore of our operation, and one of the hardest working people we know. Read More about We Couldn’t Do It Without: Angelus
If your Thanksgiving plans include a stressful day of cooking, cleaning and barely enjoying family, maybe it’s time to consider an alternative. Let your Thanksgiving be a day to stay in pajamas, eat what you want, and enjoy the people around you. Decorate your table for Thanksgiving and let your family enjoy this day of gratitude your way. You can even include a fabulous centerpiece delivered by The Flower Bucket for a simple yet elegant accent to your relaxing day. Read More about The Most Fun Thanksgiving Ever
Now that fall is settling in, we know you’re eager to start celebrating this gorgeous season. The floral designers at The Flower Bucket have created a beautiful collection of fall centerpieces to grace your table, plus, we have some design tips to help you make the most of your piece:
Use floral foam soaked in a flower food and water mix. Allow the foam to become saturated, then remove immediately before it can disintegrate.
Add greenery and foliage next, spacing evenly and leaving plenty of space so that you can see your floral foam between the pieces of foliage.
Next, distribute your blooms evenly among the greenery. Be sure stems are cut short, at an angle, and are cleaned from excessive foliage.
Finally, view your design from all sides to ensure fullness and evenness from every angle. Read More about Grace Your Table With Fall’s Flowers