"Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own."
Easter is approaching and we are so excited to celebrate spring in all it’s glory! This season let your house be filled with the delights of spring when you bring beautiful spring flowers in for Easter. One flower with a particular spring connection is the azalea. These wild and natural beauties are excellent for spring gardens and represent Easter beautifully. Since azaleas don’t like being shaped formally and grow best in their natural design, they represent the natural beauty that Easter celebrates each spring. The floral designers at Al’s Florist have some beautiful azaleas to share with you this season. Read More about Celebrate Easter With Azaleas
There is nothing more traditional than prom night photos of mom pinning a boutonniere on her son's tuxedo or a handsome boy presenting his date with a gorgeous wrist corsage. This year make sure that your corsage or boutonniere is just as up-to-date and ready to party as it is traditional. You want your flowers to match your date's, and complement your attire as well. The floral designers at Al’s Florist are creating some trendy, modern designs that help you maintain the tradition of wearable flowers for prom or other spring dances. Take a look at our fine selection and make sure to match the colors and style of your dress and tuxedo! Read More about Corsages & Boutonnieres You’ll Love
This month Al's Florist is eager to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8. This is a wonderful time to honor the women in your life who exhibit strong leadership skills and balance for better (the campaign's theme this year) in their daily lives. Who do you know that works hard for gender equality? Teachers, mentors, leaders and supporters are excellent examples of strong female contributions to the International Women's Day movement. Not affiliated with any particular organization or nationality, this global movement is in the business of making strides toward gender equality, not only in the workplace, but in all aspects of life. Read More about Celebrate International Women’s Day
We are starting to see new floral trends you'll love this season and we are really excited to share them with you. One of the hottest trends on the scene this year will be Forest Walk, a beautiful design inspired by the deep bold colors found under the forest canopy. This style plays with the abundant textures of organic life found within a forest in ways that feel both fresh and familiar. Find dark, bold tones at the forefront of this look, such as lush greens, hints of blue or brown, amber yellow, and deep plum or burgundy. Al's Florist has designs inspired by this trend that will feature fresh, natural elements for your to enjoy. Read More about New Floral Trends You’ll Love
Valentine’s Day is approaching and that means it’s time for flowers, candies, cards and all things sentimental. This year, why not show your sweetheart how much they mean to you by sending her her favorite flowers or let her know what you think of her by sending her your favorite flowers. Share in the joy of all that flowers represent this year at Valentine’s Day. The floral experts at Al’s Florist have a wide range of beautiful blooms to choose from for your Valentine’s Day. Read More about Your Favorite Valentine’s Day Flowers
The newest, hottest color this year has been announced and it is officially Living Coral. This vibrant, animated coral hue with golden undertones energizes and enlivens, but with a soft edge. The free-spirited playfulness of this shade exemplifies our search for authentic experiences. Be ready to start seeing this fun, gorgeous color in everything from fashion to home decor. At Al's Florist, we feel one of the best ways to incorporate this new color this year is with a beautiful floral arrangement. Read More about See Your Life In Living Coral
The beauty and essence of fall can be celebrated all season long when you design a fall tablescape that pairs autumn’s natural beauty with your great sense of style. The experts at Al’s Florist are ready to share some great centerpieces and decor ideas with you.
Add mini pumpkins across your table for a festive nod to all things autumn. For an even more elegant touch, choose all white mini pumpkins, or carve into candle votives.
Let the gorgeous fragrances of fall fill the air with cinnamon, sandlewood, pumpkin, or apple accents to your floral centerpiece.
Break out the formal china, the colorful linen napkins and the fine crystal for a formal celebration. If they’re not for everyday use, then now is the time to give them a spotlight. Read More about The Essence Of Fall In A Centerpiece
Give your home a rustic feel this fall with a few simple decorating tips that will enhance your style and add gorgeous fall color and texture for a warm, inviting feel.
Use harvest hues like rust oranges, mustard yellows, deep burgundy, forest green offset by creamy off-white for a pop of brightness.
Add texture with natural accents like blanched pine cones, miniature pumpkins carved to use as votives, or crisp fall leaves arranged as a hanging wreath.
Bring autumn colors to your table or living room with a bouquet of artistically arranged floral arrangement of seasonal favorites.
The floral designers Al’s Florist have created some amazing autumn designs that will be the perfect complement to your seasonal fall decor. Read More about Bring Texture To Your Home This Fall With Flowers
While decorating for Halloween can be a lot of fun, there are definitely times when it’s best to keep the holiday decor on the classy side. Use stylish decor that evokes the essence of the holiday while maintaining a sophisticated tone with fall colors and textures. The floral designers at Al’s Florist understand keeping your Halloween decorations simple yet festive, so we’ve created some fabulous pieces that dress up your office or formal living room without losing the spirit of the season. Read More about The Essence Of Halloween In Flowers
This month, you have the opportunity to celebrate someone in your life who encourages you, mentors you and cheers you on every day. October 16th is Bosses Day, created by Patricia Bays Haroski in 1958 after observing how hard her boss (who was also her father) was working to make life easier for his employees. She chose his birthday as the official day of observance and four years later, the governor of Ohio made the day official. Today we honor bosses everywhere with cards, gifts and flowers. Al’s Florist has a wide selection of plants and flowers that are perfect for expressing your appreciation to your boss for everything they do to support your work. Read More about The Perfect Gift For Your Boss