As the holidays approach, it’s time to consider how you will decorate all of the spaces you use every day. Your office or workspace is an excellent spot to show a little holiday spirit this year. Consider bringing plants, winter seasonal flowers, or an elegant holiday wreath into your workspace to refresh and invigorate your environment. The floral professionals at Al’s Florist have amazing holiday floral designs and seasonal planters to get you into the Holiday spirit! Read More about Seasonal Floral Planter »
This Thanksgiving at Al’s Florist, we find ourselves incredibly thankful for our extensive team of dedicated professionals. From farmers and growers who bring us our beautiful s, to our designers who artistically create every arrangement, our sales staff who cheerfully greet each customer and meet their needs to our professional delivery staff who make sure every arrangement gets to you in a timely fashion- we could not do what we do without these individuals. Read More about Thanking Our Favorite People »
This Thanksgiving, personalize your holiday table with items that remind guests of reasons to be thankful. Instead of place cards with names on them, write words of thankfulness, gratitude and joy for each place setting. Share old family photos and other mementos that will connect everyone at the table. The floral designers at Al's Florist have some great ideas for creating a specialized and intimate Thanksgiving table. We have also designed an amazing collection of Thanksgiving centerpieces to add beauty and fall color to your Thanksgiving table. Read More about A Thanksgiving Centerpiece That Expresses Warmth And Gratitude »
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 »
Posted by Vicky Rotunno on October 28, 2018
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 »
Posted by Vicky Rotunno on October 21, 2018
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 s. Al’s Florist has a wide selection of plants and s 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 »
Posted by Vicky Rotunno on October 6, 2018
We are currently in the midst of a special 30-day observance of everything Hispanic-Americans have contributed to American culture with Hispanic Heritage Month. Throughout history, Hispanic-Americans have and continue to infuse American culture, society and economics with amazing gifts from their heritage and we honor them this month, from September 15 to October 15, for everything they do. Al’s Florist is eager to showcase our collection of arrangements featuring s that hail from Latin American countries. Read More about Honor Hispanic Americans With Flowers »
Posted by Vicky Rotunno on October 1, 2018
Bring the gorgeous, bold shades of autumn into your home this season with a fabulous jewel-toned floral arrangement. Autumn is a time for strong, lively colors in every shade. Brighten and energize your space with gorgeous s that reflect the spirit of this changing season. The floral experts at Al’s Florist can show you the best ways to infuse your home with fresh fall colors that will pop. Read More about Autumn’s Dazzling Jewel-Toned Shades »
Posted by Vicky Rotunno on September 24, 2018
Entertaining guests in the fall can take on a whole new twist when you infuse your menu with edible s that compliment your decor and ambiance. Edible s bring new and unusual flavors to otherwise typical foods. Delight your guests and your tastebuds while pairing with one of the fantastic fall designs from Al’s Florist. Read More about A Fun Fall Entertaining Idea »
Posted by Vicky Rotunno on September 17, 2018