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 »
One of the most recognizable symbols of Thanksgiving is the cornucopia, a horn-shaped container usually filled with fruit. The cornucopia has been around since antiquity, where it appeared in myths and later in art. Meant to represent the abundance, this emblem was brought to the table and displayed as a sign that the harvest had been fruitful that year.
Today, you'll see all manner of cornucopia horns - usually baskets - in stores, just waiting for you to stuff them full with seasonal decor. But at The Flower Bucket, we have a better idea. We think the best cornucopias are the ones overflowing with fresh flowers. Read More about A Classic Cornucopia for Thanskgiving »
Posted by The Flower Bucket on November 10, 2017