The most important rule to successfully style a memorable tabletop, according to Rachael Affleck Mayo—principal of Rachael Ellen Events, is to determine your look and use it to guide every choice you make. For a decidedly modern-meets-romantic design, Mayo begins with the flowers, which she uses to establish the loose romantic side of the setting’s…
Yeah, we know. Cold. Drab. Dreary. Now is the perfect time to let a colorful new houseplant help banish wintertime blahs.
Orchid Dynasty’s Shelly Lewis makes a living turning flowers into floral art. When it comes to creating centerpieces for her clients, she relies on color, form, texture, and repetition to create aesthetic “tension” and interest.
A centerpiece can make or break a holiday table. That’s a lot for pressure for these festive florals—and for those who create them. But don’t stress. These 6, easy-to-make centerpieces are guaranteed to be the tops on your table this season.
Centerpiece? Pfft. Event designer Chris Lavoie suggest a surprising tablescape instead.
Right about now dahlias are strutting their stuff in Utah’s most striking gardens.
Whether he cuts them from his garden or picks them at the farmers market, floral designer Conner Nesbit of Leuca Floral waits all year for fresh-cut dahlias. It’s no wonder he’s diligent about extending their lives in the vase. His three small tricks make a big difference.
From bachelor buttons to bishop’s lace, sunflowers to sweet peas, Utah flowers are flourishing. The trick is keeping them fresh when you cut them and bring them indoors. These following cutting tricks and preservative recipes can help you do just that.
Kellie Jackstien celebrates spring’s arrival with stunning arrangements profuse with vibrant colors, fresh blooms and lively design.
For these centerpieces, she chose springtime’s stemmed artichokes to add texture and surprise to her floral-heavy arrangements.