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mini roses

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cymbidium orchids

warm weather hardy, add colored ribbon accent


Simple and pretty, add color with ribbon and accent flowers


feminine, add wheat or accent flowers

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Rachel was great to work with, replied quickly and knew exactly what kind of flowers I was looking for.

~ Voula

after my Mom met you she said she is the one, she really liked you. We had been to other places and they were so unfriendly and unhelpful. So I am excited to work with you.”

~ Trina

I wanted to sincerely thank you for chris' boutonniere ! You truly took all of my ideas and made it even better then I was imagining. Safe to say you have a customer for life!

~ Kaila

corsage care

make 'em last

1. Don’t Order Too Early

Corsages are best picked up either the day before or Graduation day. Since graduation season is a busy one for florists, feel free to order your corsage in advance – simply choose the pick up date you need.

2. Keep in the Container

Keep your corsage in the baggy for as long as you can (right up until it’s time to put it on. Make sure the bag isn’t crushing or bending any of the flowers.

3. Refrigerate

Refrigeration is key to prevent your corsage from wilting – especially if you’re preserving the blooms overnight. A few tips for refrigeration: First, place the corsage where it won’t be jostled or crushed by other food. Also, refrigerator temperatures vary shelf by shelf – your corsage shouldn’t be kept so cold that it might freeze, so place it near the front (or in the door) and far away from the freezer. Finally, try to avoid refrigerating the flowers for over 24 hours.

4. Spritz with Water

If you are wearing it early for photos ahead of time, you should take a few steps to keep the flowers looking fresh and vibrant. First, use cool water and a spray bottle to lightly spritz the bloom of each flower, and put it back in its sealed baggy and refrigerate until Graduation.

5. Post-Grad Preservation

Once the big day has come and gone, wrap a rubber band around the stems just under the blossoms (or use a clothes pin) and hang the whole arrangement upside down in a dry and dark spot. Within a couple of days the flowers will be completely dry and can be kept for years. It would look great in a shadow box along with a picture of her... hint hint.