Some occasions are loaded with meaning, and the giving of flowers commemorates that. In other cases, a flower gift imbues something with meaning, fixing an event in our hearts and minds. At Currans Flowers, we have category upon category of flower, with virtually every occasion represented. But there are times when flowers really matter, and they aren't necessarily associated with a holiday. Instead, they are attached to special moments unique to you and the floral recipient, and those are some of our favorite flower exchanges to be a part of. Read More about Making Your Flowers Matter »
Posted by Currans Flowers on February 19, 2018
Not only does February bring us Valentine's Day, but the entire month is officially designated "Creative Romance Month." We here at Currans Flowers see this as an invitation to be a little more imaginative in the dates we plan with that special someone, as well as in what we give to them. And when it comes to flowers, we have strong opinions as to what that might look like. Read More about Our Creative Rose Designs »
There's one way to wow them on Valentine's Day, and that's through custom flowers. We here at Curran's Flowers offer that, of course, but we also have our Designer's Choice program, which allows you to pick from a variety of options, set a price point, and let our talented designers do what they do best, design. Read More about A Unique Approach To Valentine’s Flowers »
You know the line: "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet," from Shakespeare. Specifically, Romeo and Juliet, possibly the most romantic play of all time.
Here at Currans Flowers, we're 100% certain that there is no flower more romantic than the red, red rose. How could there be? With its intricate folds, passionate color, divine scent, and showstopping height, there's simply no flower that brings the drama and shows the love like this one. Read More about A Rose By Any Other Name »
Renowned color company Pantone has announced their pick for Color of the Year, and it's Ultra Violet, an intriguing purple. We here at Currans Flowers are excited for this hue's possibilities, mostly because we love a good purple flower but also because of what the color is supposed to signify. Pantone spends a lot of time coming up with it's selection, meeting with other international color experts and thinking about what color will best embody the spirit of the times as well as look ahead to the future. Read More about Bring This Year’s “It” Color Into Your Life »
Posted by Currans Flowers on January 21, 2018
If you haven't heard of Galentine's Day (February 13th), let us at Currans Flowers be the first to introduce the idea to you. In a 2010 episode of NBC's Parks and Recreation, main character Leslie Knope took all of her ladies to lunch in honor of what she called Galentine's Day, a day devoted to celebrating female friendships.
The idea clearly resonated beyond the show's audience, with more and more women deciding to take a long lunch with their ladies or to make it a true girls night out each year. Read More about What To Get Your Bestie On Galentine’s Day »
Posted by Currans Flowers on January 15, 2018
| Last Updated: December 29, 2020
Get the New Year started right by making a resolution to show the person you love the most in the world how much you care all 365 days this year. We here at Currans Flowers know exactly how you can achieve this, and of course it involves flowers. Through our Flowers For A Year program, you can guarantee that this is the one resolution you make that won't go unfulfilled. Read More about Giving Beautiful Blooms All Year Long »
Posted by Currans Flowers on January 8, 2018
Flowers aren't merely decorative, they are major players in our health and well being. They've been used for centuries in medicinal tinctures or added to teas. Certain essences are said to have the ability to reduce stress and promote sleep. When it comes to the value of flowers as a get well gift, there's really no competition.
Curran's Flowers is well aware of these benefits, as study after study confirms that flowers really do promote better health. A 2008 study found that, for instance, patients who have flowers or a potted plant in their hospital room rely on pain medication less and have lower blood pressure overall. Read More about Wildflowers To Heal The Body And Soul »
Liberate yourself from the traditional red-and-green decor of the holidays - it's time to take a breather! We here at Curran's Flowers want to remind you to celebrate all colors of the rainbow as you decorate your home for the holidays. Our flowers certainly reflect all of them. Yes, even in winter.
A more modern approach to winter flowers calls for sleeker, more simple designs that pull in bright, poppy colors. This is an interesting contrast to the more rustic and lavish seasonal arrangements you've probably relied on to prepare your house for Santa. Read More about Fun Winter Flowers »
Posted by Currans Flowers on December 22, 2017
| Last Updated: December 2, 2020
International Floral Distributors has released their annual trend forecast, identifying four floral design approaches that would have anyone (especially us here at Curran's Flowers) excited. It's hard to love one trend more than another, given that they all build on 2018's trend toward brighter, bolder blooms (begin saying your goodbyes to the faded, muted hues of the last couple of years) and blend of free-form flowers with a polished, modern edge. Read More about 2018’s Magnificent Mediterranean Looks »