As the first days of summer pass, we know that the 4th of July is just around the corner. This patriotic holiday focuses on family, friends and fun as we celebrate with afternoon picnics and evening barbeques. The symbolic colors of red, white and blue are familiar at this time of year. Also, bright summer flowers and cool green plants also offer the ability to add color to our 4th of July decorations. Take a look at the gorgeous summer blooms the floral artisans at The Flower Bucket have created just for you. Read More about Focus on Red, White, and Blue On The Fourth
June is finally here, and with the start of the summer, the sights and scents of the outdoors entice us to bring beautiful blooms indoors. Can’t you just hear the birds, feel the sun, and smell the beautiful summer flowers? An explosion of colors greets us in the summer outside. The floral designers at The Flower Bucket can make summer come alive in our homes. Choose a bouquet that fits your décor and welcomes guests to a celebration of summer! Read More about Make Summer Come Alive In Your Home
When you're in the flower business, you're in an emotional business. Everyone in our shop and on the team is keenly aware of this, the responsibility we have at The Flower Bucket to provide flowers and plants for some of the most meaningful events of our customer's lives. The passing of a loved one is one of those times. Together, we work hard to ensure that our customers are well served through their grief. We do what we can to offer solace in the form of flowers--both fresh and silk--that pay tribute to their loved one. Today, we remember one occasion where flowers really made a difference. Read More about When Flowers Really Matter
When you think about Labor Day approaching, do you start to mentally run through all of the white items you’ll need to put away until next summer? So many winter fabrics, textiles, and accent pieces are now available in white that it is not just for summer anymore. If you’re ready to update your home’s look and bring a modern feel to your classic decor, try including all-white floral arrangements in your favorite space. The floral designers at The Flower Bucket have some incredible designs that will lend a fresh new feel to any room. Read More about White: An Inspired Color For Summer Flowers
Maintaining a beautiful, healthy garden that serves a greater purpose can be a truly rewarding experience. Growing produce and including pollinating insects are two great ways your garden can be as helpful as it in beautiful. Bee-friendly flowers like hydrangea, daisies, and lavender allow bees to work in a safe environment. Use dill, onion or marigolds as an alternative to chemicals for repelling unwanted insects. Provide a bit of shade or ground cover for hot days, and some fresh water to keep bees hydrated as they work. The Flower Bucket encourages you to grow your garden responsibly so you can having lasting rewards from your efforts. Read More about Beautiful Flowers For Bees
Creating a formal dining event is all about attention to detail. Everything works together purposefully to create an overall effect that you’ll present to your guests. That kind of preparation takes time and thoughtfulness. While the flowers you choose to accent your table should be well-considered, there’s no need to add stress to that area of your planning. Let the floral experts at The Flower Bucket work with you to find or design the perfect arrangement for your next event. Read More about A Tropical Touch To Your Summer Table
The Flower Bucket knows, we're still in the midst of spring. But there's no reason not to peek ahead at what summer has in store for us, flower-wise. After all, we get to fantasize about lazy days by the pool and grilling out with our friends---why can't we dream about the bright, bold florals coming our way during the hottest season? This is a chance to dress up our tables (even the ones on the porch, patio or by the pool) with flowers that capture the spicy vibe of summer, and we're here for it. Read More about Heat Up Early Summer With Flowers
The Flower Bucket is lucky; we get to experience spring in a different way (and earlier) than the average person---we have flowers. Our seasonal blooms start arriving in all of their glory ahead of spring's actual due date, and we get to begin designing in advance. Welcoming these flowers into our store is one of the best parts of the season, especially seeing as they are full of rich meaning and symbolism. Read More about Spring’s Blossoming In Our Shop
You may have considered her a pest growing up. Maybe she was always borrowing your clothes, or tagging along whenever you were with your friends. Still, you shared lots of laughter and tears. She was with you through some of the most important times in your life - and you couldn't imagine the world without her. August 6th gives us the opportunity to celebrate two special holidays - National Sisters Day and National Friendship Day; and to celebrate those especially meaningful people who are both sister and best friend. The Flower Bucket is happy to help you with beautiful floral designs and arrangements that will make her day.
The Importance of Sisters: Experts tell us that people who grow up with sisters are generally happier, more charitable, and optimistic than only children - or even those with brothers! Read More about Embrace Friendship & Sisterhood
This month, we would like to introduce you to one of our favorite summer flowers, the hydrangea. You may have heard of this bloom before, but you may not be able to pick it out as you would a rose, or a sunflower. The reason lies in the fact that although this gorgeous flower offers a lovely color palette, as well as large and generous flowers, the hydrangea is most often designed as a backdrop for other, more well-known blooms. But here at The Flower Bucket, we know that this special flower deserves a little more recognition, and so we decided to bring it center-stage for the summer season.
A Little Background: The hydrangea was originally discovered in Japan, but it grows well all over the world. There are 75 different varieties of the flower, most exhibiting shades of pink and blue. Pale green petals are often the result of fading pigmentation, although some white and green hybrids have been cultivated. Read More about Elegant Summer Hydrangea