July Birthday Flower: Water Lily

The Water Lily is the queen of the waters as it floats by creating shade and shelter for all its pond friends. As the nymph of all flowers, the water lily symbolizes elegance, rebirth, and purity. See below for three ways you can decorate with the lotus!   1. The Standing Lily Centerpiece Hand tie the…

Summer Must Have: kai fragrance

From the bags of celebrities to mass press coverage, kai fragrance has gained much popularity for it’s ingredients of natural oils, gardenia-drenched scent, and minimal design. With a long list of devotees, lather up below with the collection! And did we mention everything is vegan as well as paraben, sulfate, phthalate, phosphate, gluten, and cruelty free? The…

5 Blue Flowers for July 4th

  Blue flowers and foliage are definitely infrequent in nature. Today, many florists dye flowers blue to achieve certain color stories, especially roses and mums. However, there are certain flowers that do exhibit the natural hues of blue in their pigment. These are perfect for your red, white, blue festivities coming up! Hydrangea Hydrangea runs in…

Coley’s Wedding Formula: Wedding in the Sky

Your wedding in the sky will include dusty grey and blue tones similar to when clouds blend into the atmosphere. Dream about baby hydrangea blues or even grey succulents to develop a theme from your cake to the aisle of your ceremony. Since dusty flowers and plants are hard to find, don’t forget about linen…

5 Gifts for Five Types of Fathers

Washington State celebrated the nation’s first statewide Father’s Day on July 19, 1910 to commemorate fallen men from a large coal mine explosion. Soon enough, churches, local shops, and eventually the government adopted the sentimental day. Fast forward a hundred years later, we celebrate father figures with gifts for pampering and appreciation. The Wine Lover — Build…

5 Facts You Didn’t Know About Tulips

1. What do they mean? Tulips symbolize imagination, dreaminess, and a declaration of love. 2. 3,000 registered varieties! You can find tulips in any color even black (“Queen of the Night”) and blue in certain lighting! Remember that white tulips are great apology flowers! 3. Why call it the “tulip”? The shape of the the flower inspired…

5 Creative Wedding Backdrops

We all know the ceremony  is the most photo-worthy part of the wedding. Rings are exchanged as well as lips, vows, and probably tears. What do you see yourself walking towards as your reach the end of that aisle? Wood planks? A chalkboard? Find out for yourself below with 5 ways to design your wedding…

Coley’s Wedding Formula: California Boho

Rustic, colorful, and effortlessly regal is our favorite formula for any wedding throughout the year. From adorable backyards to lavish vineyards, let us know what you think about our California Boho Wedding formula. Imagine handfuls of wildflower, trendy props, and free flowing aesthetics. Bouquets Keep it wild and laissez-faire with a variety of flowers, giving texture and…

Coley’s Wedding Formula: Parisian Dream

Summer wedding bells are approaching! Can’t get your whole guest list to France for that destination wedding? Plan with our suggested elements below to recreate the experience. Here’s your wedding formula for a Parisian themed wedding! Think lots of lavender motifs, chic antiquities, and fun French signage! Bouquets Keep it simple! Your #frenchgirlstyle would always…

3 Ways to Design with Succulents

We all know these demi-gods of the plant kingdom have the survival skills of a pack of wolves. They are easily adaptable to climates and can thrive on monthly doses of water. Ranging through a scale of dynamism and color, these plants are also trending through their low maintenance, unique design capabilities, and promotion of cleaner…