‘Tis the season to be merry and bright, and to send fabulous gifts to your friends and loved ones! This holiday season, choose to send a gorgeous holiday keepsake ornament that will be enjoyed for years to come, or a delicious gourmet gift basket that will be enjoyed immediately! Let the festive spirit of the season fill the hearts of your loved ones as you send joy and good tidings throughout the season. Take a look at the best-selling holiday collection at Conklyn’s Florist for even more great gift ideas, plus a few holiday trimmings for your own home as well! Read More about Send Fabulous Gifts »
With the holidays approaching, it’s important to begin thinking about how you will decorate your home and office this season. While it’s always wonderful to bring out family heirlooms and ornaments don’t forget to add a bit of live foliage to your family room this year. beautiful wreaths, garlands, potted plants or floral bouquets bring a new level of holiday cheer to any room. The floral designers at Conklyn‘s Flowers have created a gorgeous collection of holiday arrangements for your favorite living space this season. Read More about Holiday Flowers and Plants »
At Thanksgiving, we like to take a few moments to reflect on who and what we’re most thankful for. At Conklyn’s Florist, there are many individuals who work hard everyday to bring you the best in quality and service. One of those individuals is Carol Bull. Read More about We’re Thankful For: Carol Bull »
Who says Thanksgiving needs to follow a particular tradition or pattern to be a true holiday? This year, find ways to celebrate Thanksgiving so that it is truly a day of thankfulness for you and your family. Complete craft projects, travel, visit a museum or just read a book. Spend time together or alone. Create a meal that you love- even if it's not a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Talk to the design experts at Conklyn's Florist about our fabulous collection of Thanksgiving centerpieces to make your table uniquely yours. Read More about An Essential Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece »
Autumn is upon us and that means there are plenty of opportunities for seasonal entertaining. This year, the designers at Conklyn’s Flowers have put together some great tips and beautiful centerpieces to help your fall tablescape look its best.
Create a modern cornucopia by filling a wide, wooden or metal container with hardy fall fruits and vegetables, gourds, and leafy accents. Artichokes, apples, pears, and kale are among the pieces that will give your table a rustic look.
Create a unique twist on candlelight centerpieces when you carve mini-pumpkins into votives and float in a shallow container of water. Use blanched pumpkins and a clear glass container for a more elegant look.
Something as simple as green apples in a wicker basket atop an all-white or cream table will stand out and symbolize the freshness of the harvest season beautifully. Read More about Craft A Seasonal Tablescape »
This fall, as you begin to decorate with all the allures of autumn, consider including some more unique elements in your decor to accentuate your classic style and bold personality. Let these tips inspire your own creativity:
Add harvest textures using tree branches, crisp fall leaves, apples, cinnamon and pine cones as accents to your fall decor.
Blend harvest hues with monochromatic color schemes (think mostly cream-white with a pop of goldenrod or rust orange) for a dazzling effect.
Find unique uses for your fall elements, like carving miniature pumpkins into votives for scented candles around your home or on your front porch steps.
The floral experts at Conklyn’s Flowers are ready to introduce our autumn collection full of bright hues and rich textures, all compliments of the season. Read More about Autumn’s Gorgeous Textures In Floral Form »
This year for Halloween, set out decor that will delight young trick-or-treaters and give your front porch a festive, creative look for the holiday. Add cute designs that are meant for the season and include beautiful flowers as a sweet contrast. Kids and parents alike will know that yours is a fun, safe house to visit for Halloween. The professionals at Conklyn’s Flowers can show you some enticing designs we’ve created that will draw enhance your home’s holiday decor without being frightening or macabre. Read More about Scary Sweet Halloween Flowers »
Bosses Day is approaching this month and the creative team at Conklyn’s Flowers is eager to help you celebrate by acknowledging your boss with gifts, cards and of course, flowers! Bosses Day began in 1958 when a Cleveland employee, Patricia Bays Haroski, observed the hard work her boss put into his job daily. Her boss also happened to be her father, and she chose his birthday as the day of honor for all Bosses Days to come. When you have a boss whose encouragement, mentorship and honesty goes unnoticed most days of the year, it’s important to take time to honor them and show your gratitude for everything they do. Read More about Honor Your Hardworking Boss »
We celebrate and honor Hispanic Americans this month from September 15 to October 15 with Hispanic Heritage Month. Bringing greater understanding and deeper appreciation for the enduring contributions of Latinos to our country, this festival is designed to pay tribute to the many generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society. Conklyn’s Flowers is happy to celebrate this spirited month with arrangements featuring flowers with Latin American roots. Read More about Pay Homage To Hispanic Heritage With Flowers »
The fresh brightness of fall can permeate your home when you bring a beautiful bouquet of autumn flowers indoors this season. Try adding the color and feel of autumn with amazingly rich jewel-tones that can create a strong mood for your living room. Bring fall indoors with a beautiful bouquet of the season’s best and brightest colors. The floral experts at Conklyn’s Flowers suggest bold colors that accent your favorite room with fragrances that refresh the senses. Read More about The Bright Jewel Tones of Fall »