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The Evolution of Galentines: Blooms and Bonds

Published on Jan 31st, 2024
  It’s a Galentine's Day celebration for the ladies!     February 13th isn't just the day before Valentine's; it's also Galentine's Day, a day dedicated to celebrating the incredible bond of friendship. Originating from the po... Read full article ›

8 Alternative Flowers for Valentines Day

Published on Jan 20th, 2024
    Blooming Love: Exploring Alternative Flowers for a Unique Valentine's Day Bouquet   Valentine's Day Flowers, often synonymous with red roses, is an international celebration of love and affection. However, there's a whole floral worl... Read full article ›

March Special

Published on Mar 2nd, 2023
  March Special, Meet the Team   Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is a success. - Henry ford     The 2023 wedding season is about to begin, so let’s re-introduce ourselves! &n... Read full article ›

Galentine's Workshop, Night One

Published on Feb 24th, 2023
Galentines Night!  Night one of two...    Grab your best pal and let’s play with flowers!   We had the honor of collaborating with HIHO Brewing Company, a local business here in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.  The Co-Founders, Ali... Read full article ›

Wedding Flowers By Season-Spring

Published on Feb 3rd, 2023
Wedding Flowers By Season-Spring Here in northeast Ohio, we can't wait for the first Spring buds to pop through the snow. Winter seems so long-- unless you are a skier, sorry-- and we are looking forward to being outside again. There has been a growing... Read full article ›

Blue Wedding Flowers

Published on Nov 17th, 2022
Many of our brides have a shade of blue as part of their wedding color schemes. Whether that is Navy bridesmaid dresses or the palest of blue linens, and they want to incorporate Blue flowers in their bridesmaid bouquets and reception flowers.  ... Read full article ›

Wedding Flowers By Season-Summer

Published on Jul 7th, 2021
Wedding flowers by Season--Summer We are creating this guide to help our couples understand when particular flowers are locally available throughout the year. Locally grown doesn't necessarily mean the flowers will be cheaper, but it definitely means t... Read full article ›

Charitable Blooms March 2021 Hattie Larlham Foundation

Published on Mar 11th, 2021
Because March is National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, we have selected The Hattie Larlham Foundation as our Charity/ non-Profit of the Month for March 2021. The Hattie Larlham Center for Children in Portage County  is not far from ... Read full article ›

Charitable Blooms- Falls Cancer Club

Published on Feb 2nd, 2021
We reinstated our Charitable Blooms program this month. Here’s how it works…..Each month we will partner with our sister store Acorn & Evergreen Floral Studio of Kent to support a local charity in our communities. Each month we will cr... Read full article ›

Valentine's week at the flower shops

Published on Jan 27th, 2021
 It's Valentine's week at the flower shop and we've got all the roses ready for pick-up!   Nothing says "Be My Valentine" like beautiful flowers. Valentine's Day falls on a Sunday in 2021 and our shops will be open and offering local flower ... Read full article ›

How to care for cut roses

Published on Jan 20th, 2021
  All roses regardless of color are treated the same way to get the longest-lasting blooms possible.   Roses need to be placed in water immediately after being re-cut. If they get an air bubble in the stem's vascular system, you will see the ... Read full article ›

Quick Tips to Care for your Poinsettia

Published on Nov 28th, 2020
Here in Northeast Ohio Poinsettias are an indoor plant during the holidays. This native of Mexico doesn't like our cold Ohio winters or our dry winter homes. So here are some tips to keep these bright holiday plants happy and healthy now through New Ye... Read full article ›

Thanksgiving Tablescape Ideas, Week 3

Published on Oct 28th, 2020
  Thanksgiving Centerpiece in rich Autumn colors of bronze, rusty red, butterscotch and bittersweet   https://www.dietzfloralstudio.com/shop/thanksgiving-centerpieces    to the single candle centerpiece, we added two small wooden b... Read full article ›

Woodland Christmas Centerpieces

Published on Oct 22nd, 2020
We are told that this year we should expect delays in shipping and mail deliveries. Amazon and many others retailers are recommending that we should do our Christmas shopping early this year which made me think that I should post some Christmas centerp... Read full article ›

Thanksgiving Tablescape Ideas, Week 2

Published on Oct 22nd, 2020
Fall Centerpieces have come a long way from the yellow mums, purple statice and orange carnations that my grandmother used to have on her Thanksgiving table. I don't think I've had a customer request one of those since the mid 90's...thank goodness. Its... Read full article ›

First of 5 Thanksgiving Centerpiece Ideas

Published on Oct 14th, 2020
We always see the countdown til Christmas but I count down to Thanksgiving... and we have 5 weeks before turkey day. I've been a florist for 24 years and our customers go immediately into Christmas mode on Black Friday and Fall is over. As I have said b... Read full article ›

What is Sweetest Day

Published on Oct 11th, 2020
It is a REAL holiday...if you choose to celebrate it...just like National Margarita Day is a real holiday at my house...cuz I choose to celebrate it It is always the third Saturday in October  It was originally created to promote gifting candy&nbs... Read full article ›

A little history on Sweetest Day

Published on Oct 11th, 2020
What is Sweetest Day? Well that is a very good question and there doesn't seem to be a clear answer....which can be good or bad depending your outlook. Sweetest Day is a holiday celebrated in the midwest on the third saturday of October.    Th... Read full article ›

3 Reasons why I love Fall flowers...and you should too!

Published on Sep 20th, 2020
  Ok, I admit it. I LOVE everything Fall! I love the smell of Fall leaves (though raking them is meh); walking the metro parks for the Fall Hiking Spree watching the color changes of the leaves week to week; carving pumpkins for centerpie... Read full article ›

Our new Normal

Published on May 15th, 2020
  Here is our new normal moving forward with opening and staying open this summer: Cleaning: obviously, we’ve always cleaned but it looks like we will be wiping everything down with industrial cleaners after each customer. Masks: we will wea... Read full article ›

What does your quarantine look like?

Published on Apr 18th, 2020
What does your quarantine look like? Hi flower friends! We miss you!! We miss hearing about prom-posals and college applications. We miss talking about where you are vacationing and which restaurants you recommend and which ones to avoid. How am I goin... Read full article ›