If you’re looking to kick up your home décor game, then I would definitely recommend going with a gold hoop wreath. They are totally on trend and can be created and displayed in so many interesting and unique ways.
The recent surge in plants being incorporated into interior design can appeal to anyone in any space. After all there are over 300,000 identified plant species on earth which pretty much guarantees that you will be able to find the right fit for you. Not only do plants bring some color into your room, but they also have great health benefits including reduced stress and improved air quality. Here at 1-800-Flowers, we’ve been falling head over heels for all things green – from succulents to trees to foliage. If you’re looking to become a new #plantparent or are a seasoned expert, our plant sale has something for you (with products starting at only $19.99)!
He is always in your corner, he’s your biggest fan – he’s your dad. It can be hard to find the words to encompass all that he has done for you, but this Father’s Day we can help you out! Here’s fifty different ways you can say Dad (just remember to call him!
Celebrate Dad with a Father’s Day Beer Tasting
We received such great feedback on our Wine Tasting for Mom event that I thought, why not plan something similar for Dad? This time we’re going with a beer tasting event in dad’s honor!
Thanks to an increasing appreciation for quality beer production, there are new breweries popping up all over the country. There’s a good chance that there’s one right in your neighborhood or close by. If possible, hosting your Father’s Day event right at the brewery can add a unique feel and make it more fun for everyone. Leaving the beer to the experts gives you more time to focus on the decorations and the fun details that make Dad feel loved and honored for all he does!
I reached out to Gretchen Schmidhausier, a friend of my sister, who recently fulfilled a lifelong dream and opened a microbrewery in her hometown of Neptune City, New Jersey, on the Jersey Shore. The Little Dog Brewing Company was named after Gretchen’s dog Quincy, a basenji, who is also the face of the brand!
Come May 1st, rosé becomes a staple in nearly every home across America — and for good reason. Wine lovers like that it’s not as heavy as red wine but still packs enough punch to bring out the flavors of grilled meats. If rosé will be gracing your brunch, lunch, or dinner table this summer (and it really should) make sure it’s adding to your meal by pairing it with the right foods.
Once temperatures hit 70 degrees, you know it’s time for two things: backyard barbecues and rosé wine.
Sure its pink coloring helped it get on Millennials’ good side at first, but the truth is, rosé is beloved by people young and old, far and local. In fact, just last summer in France, rosé outsold white wine for the first time ever! With warm weather finally here, we’ve rounded up the best places to enjoy what’s been called “summer’s hottest drink.”
Graduation Decorations That Go for the Gold
Graduation truly is a time to sparkle and shine—and using gold in your party décor will also put you right on trend. Gold is everywhere these days and in many different ways: foil, leaf, glitter, tassel, etc. Here are a few easy ways to make your graduation the one that outshines the rest!
Duct tape, you’ve come a long way! One of the simplest ways to customize and add some pizzazz to your centerpieces is to wrap a piece of gold duct tape around the vase and write a message on the tape. This gold duct tape is actually dry-erase as well—what could be easier! Continue Reading…
Graduation ceremonies are coming up quick, and if you’re attending one to celebrate someone’s accomplishments, giving a gift to a graduate, or throwing a graduation party, one thing you must definitely know about is flowers. Just like you would carefully consider the type of flowers used in a wedding or other formal event, it’s important to take the time and really think about what kind of floral arrangement, as well as what type of flower, is most appropriate for this occasion.
With flowers being the go-to Mother’s Day gift, it’s important to remember to properly take care of your Mother’s Day flowers (just like Mom took care of you!).
Meet Daisy, a floral designer here at 1800Flowers.com. She’s here to uncover everything you need to know about keeping your flowers as fresh as possible, so that Mom can enjoy them day after day!
My daughter Casey got married this past September. I have created so many events over the course of my career with 1-800-Flowers.com and made more wedding bouquets than I can count. But the bouquets that I made for Casey and her daughter and maid of honor and my sweet granddaughter Juliette were by far the most meaningful.