This Valentine’s Day, while everyone is sending teddy bears, balloons and heart-shaped cards, show your sweetheart how much you love her with a beautiful bouquet of unique flowers. Flowers have a way of communicating specific feelings, depending on their style and color. Let your sweetheart know how much she means to you with flowers that say exactly what you hope to convey. The floral artisans at Currans Flowers have designed some gorgeous displays of Valentine's favorites for you to choose from this year. Read More about Meaningful Valentine’s Day Flowers
We're excited to introduce the newest Color of the Year for 2019: Living Coral. This animated, life-affirming coral hue with golden undertones energizes and enlivens all who see it. Symbolizing our innate need for optimism and joyful pursuits, nature meets technology with Living Coral. We'll be seeing this shade everywhere this year, from red carpets and weddings to living rooms and offices. The floral experts at Currans Flowers think the best way to incorporate this gorgeous color into your world is with flowers. Read More about Nature Meets Technology With Living Coral
Every New Year we find ourselves searching for ways to improve our health and well-being in the coming year. This year, the floral experts at Curran's Flowers suggest simply adding more flowers to your life! Here's why flowers will help you have a better year:
Flowers reduce stress. Gazing at anything green is proven to lower stress levels. Fill your office or work space with bouquets that feature leafy green foliage for a refreshingly calm and peaceful atmosphere.
Flowers boost creativity. Color has been shown to be connected to creativity. Surrounding yourself with blooms in your favorite hues can help open your thinking to new ideas.
Flowers clean the air. Plants and flowers are natural air purifiers, absorbing toxins and impurities that can cause us to feel under the weather. Add the lovely fragrance most flowers give off and you'll be breathing easy in no time. Read More about Fresh New Year’s Start, Thanks To Flowers
Sometimes during the holidays we can become so caught up in fulfilling traditions, we forget the meaning behind the celebration. This Thanksgiving, shake things up a bit and take a break from tradition by using your imagination to design a non-traditional Thanksgiving. Instead of a heavy meal of expected cuisine, invite loved ones to a cocktail party. Use your traditional Thanksgiving table settings for your hors d’oeuvre table, complete with a centerpiece from the fabulous collection at Curran’s Flowers. Ask guests to bring their favorite drink recipes, feature a mixology table, and let guests enjoy a simple but elegant evening enjoying one another. Read More about Thanksgiving Flower And Food Traditions
Now that fall has arrived, it’s time to celebrate the beauty of the season. Stunning decor and tablescapes are a great start to festive entertaining, and the design professionals at Curran’s Flowers have some great ideas for you to try this season.
Instead of a traditional table runner, opt for a unique and natural look with magnolia leaves down the middle of your table for a rustic runner.
Create stunning texture with maize and wheat arranged across your table or on a cake stand for maximum impact.
Include candles in all shapes and sizes for a perfectly mismatched look. Candlelight adds ambiance, and short round tri-wick candles provide a different vibe than tall tapers. Mix them all for a beautiful balance and whimsical effect. Read More about Autumn On Your Table
Beautiful fall colors and textures give your seasonal fall decorating a depth that evokes the feeling of walking through an autumn forest. The creative experts at Curran’s Flowers have some excellent decorating ideas for bringing harvest textures into your decorating scheme this season.
Use existing space to maximize height or depth. Tall ceilings are great for woodsy branches. Utilize porch steps or an indoor staircase to showcase gorgeous fall flowers.
Play with light to create new dimensions with your decor. Add candles in votives made of carved apples or mini-pumpkins, or twirl fairy lights among fall leaves for a starlight effect.
Include plenty of natural elements to create texture that displays the essence of fall. Acorns, pinecones, pumpkins and other gourds lend a new dimension to your decor. Read More about Fall’s Colors and Textures
This year for Halloween, add some beauty and style to your front porch to entice neighborhood trick-or-treaters to haunt your house! A beautiful bouquet of flowers in festive fall colors, adorable Halloween decorations and plenty of yummy treats will certainly create an enjoyable atmosphere for everyone who stops by. Welcome Halloween and all of its fun with a beautiful, holiday-inspired front porch. The floral designers at Curran’s Flowers have a wide selection of gorgeous fall blooms and lively decor to share with you. Read More about Accept This Tricky Treat From Us
As we move into fall, it’s time to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. September 15 to October 15 is the month-long celebration in which we pay tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society. Several Latin American countries also celebrate their Independence Days during this time period, including Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, Chile, and Belize. Curran’s Flowers is eager to honor individuals from these and other Hispanic American countries with flowers from Latin American nations. Read More about A Flowery Tribute To Hispanic Heritage
Since the autumn season often brings about change, now is the perfect time to step out of your comfort zone and try something new. As you prepare your next fall brunch, Curran’s Flowers suggests you think about including edible flowers that compliment your centerpieces and other floral decor. Your guests will be thrilled at the prospect of trying such an unusual treat and you’ll be delighted with the results. Read More about Switch Up Your Entertaining With Fun Floral Recipes
Every Easter, my mom sends my family a beautiful arrangement of Calla lilies. It’s her way of staying connected to us even when we can’t be together for that holiday. My children know “Grandmother’s been here” when they see a new arrival of lilies each spring, and we always send her a Thank-You picture of all of us together in our Easter dresses next to her flowers. The tradition of receiving these beautiful flowers is just as meaningful as the gesture itself. Currans Flowers knows that including flowers in part of your family traditions makes the occasion even more meaningful, and it gives that particular flower special meaning, too. Read More about Flowers We Never Forget