Category: ‘Halloween’

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Halloween Flowers with Candy and Spiders

by Lisa Greene on October 20, 2018 at 10:18 am

Halloween Flowers — Photo Courtesy Lisa Greene, AAF, AIFD, PFCIWith little ghosts and goblins trick-or-treating and adults enjoying special witch’s brew, flowers are a must for Halloween décor and gifts.

Festive fall floral arrangements designed in pumpkins are the spooktacular traditional option for celebrating Halloween. The addition of fun-size candy makes this floral arrangement a perfect conversation starter for party guests of all ages.

Be sure to display pumpkin floral arrangements on plate or platters to protect furniture surfaces and avoid placing them near heat sources or drafty areas.  Read More

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My Fall Floral Design Favorites

by Lacee Bilke on October 16, 2018 at 11:13 am

Fall by far is my favorite time of year with the cooler temperatures, leaves changing colors, pumpkins, pumpkin spice latte and all the fun ways to celebrate the season with flowers. Here are some trendy looks for fall arrangements.

Flowers in traditional fall colors arranged with traditional fall accents like figs, corn and other vegetables make a classic floral gift.

Fall Flowers — Photo by Mandy Stansberry Photography, Floral design by Madeline’s Flowers in Edmond, Oklahoma

Even soft colors can look natural for fall, like this lush garden arrangement.

Fall Flowers — Photo by Mandy Stansberry Photography, Floral design by Madeline’s Flowers in Edmond, Oklahoma

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Five Fall Flower Arrangements You Will Love

by Lisa Greene on September 24, 2018 at 3:06 pm

Fall flowers are so pretty, rich hues, inviting textures and visions of crisp leaves and fresh autumn air. Weekends filled with apples, pumpkins, hay bales and fireside s’mores are made perfect by having a beautiful flower arrangement waiting for you when you get home. Here are five fall flower arrangements you are going to love.

Pumpkins and flowers are a match made in heaven for fall home décor. Flowers in yellow, orange and red accented with foliage, cones, branches and berries atop a cheese curcubit (another name for pumpkin) fill the need to bring the feel of the season indoors.  Read More

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Halloween inspires some fun floral arrangements and décor. Here are a few of my favorite Halloween floral designs this year:

Witch’s legs, a Halloween wine glass and purple flowers make this arrangement perfect for a wine lover.Halloween Flowers - Photo by Mandy Stansberry Photography, Floral design by Lenzee Bilke of Madeline’s Flowers in Edmond, Oklahoma

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Flowers for Halloween

by Stephen Rittner on October 25, 2016 at 2:52 am

Halloween Flowers - — Photo Courtesy The Rittners School of Floral Design, BostonThe ancient Celts called it Samhain. It was believed that the dead and fairy folk could cross over into our world at that time. It was very scary in a world that lacked modern scientific sophistication. Halloween’s origins were obviously much more somber than our current celebration of the holiday.

Today’s Halloween is a festive time, where adults join the young in enjoying trick or treating, ghosts, spiders, witches and things that go bump in the night. Flowers can play a major role in creating an atmosphere and shaping space. There are so many fun ways to celebrate Halloween with flowers.

You can never go wrong with a witch. Hydrangea and berries bubble up in this delightful witch’s caldron. What a great conversation piece for an entry area, bay window or living room. Read More