If you’re planning a bridal/baby shower, having a big party, or need something special to celebrate the ladies in your church, community or workplace, I highly recommend setting up a bouquet bar! I rounded up everything you’ll need to make it happen.
At the start of this year, I set a goal to tackle at least one DIY project a month from my ever-growing Pinterest boards for our home and business. I kicked things off with this easy painted doormat to welcome customers into our flower shop, inspired by this Pin that sent me down a rabbit hole of
Step-hem jeans are a big trend right now, with raw hems that are cut higher in the front than the back. (Think: mullet jeans.) You could get the look for $229 with Paige’s Jaqueline jeans, or find a pair of straight jeans in your closet and make your own. I’m taking scissors to most of my denim
Making succulent gardens for clients is one of my favorite things to do at the flower shop. The only problem: I always want to keep them for myself!
Inspiration: Flourish Yesterday afternoon was rainy and quiet around the shop. It was the first mellow day since the first of the month, so after sending my staff home early for some much-deserved R&R, I searched out some happy music on Spotify and got to work springifying the place. These paper flowers were so simple
Valentine’s Day is coming in like a freight train, and as we prepare for the big day at the flower shop I’m thinking ahead for sweet homemade gifts for C and my friends. Here are some of my favorites scoured from the internets… There are few things that make my husband happier than a six
There are some shudder-worthy posts in the early pages of this here blog; but there are also a few hidden gems buried deep in the archives. I have a big list of DIY inspirations I’m hoping to find time for when things slow down at the shop this summer. In the meantime, I thought I’d knock
I dropped about 10 bucks on these LC Lauren Conrad woven leather ballet flats at Kohl’s last season. A ten-spot well spent; I wore them nearly every day for weeks after scooping them off the clearance rack. After a while, the cute little leather bows that made me fall in love-at-first-sight started showing wear and
Break out those old boring booties, ya’ll; it’s time for a super simple restyle. Back in my early days of blogging, I remember a DIY project on another blog (sadly whose URL I cannot recall) in which the blogger transformed a pair of basic black platforms by covering the entire wedge base in brass thumbtacks. I ran