Rochester Floral Design Center

870 Long Pond Road, Rochester, NY 14612

Phone: (585) 225-3640

Canandaigua Floral Design Center

100 S Main St., Canandaigua, NY 14424

Phone: (585) 394-2542

Welcome To Rockcastle Florist

Rockcastle Florist Serving Rochester and Canandaigua New York We would like to welcome you to our new blog. Rockcastle Florist has been in business since 1951. Our firm operates two floral design centers in the Finger Lakes area. We have one shop at 870 Long Pond Road, Rochester, New York 14612. Our second location is at Canandaigua 100 S Main Street, Canandaigua, New York 14424. Rockcastle Florist is a family owned and operated floral design firm. The current owners are, Wendy and Keith Rockcastle, pictured above. Rockcastle Florist is one of best known floral brands in the Finger Lakes area. We offer beautiful fresh flowers, gorgeous live green and flowering plants and gifts themed for all occasions.   The Best Sympathy Flowers In Rochester Our sympathy flower collection is superb. We offer beautiful standing funeral flower sprays. They are available in many different colors and themes. Sympathy flower sprays can be designed into wreaths, hearts, floral crosses or traditional standing sprays. In addition to all the great spray options, we also offer a nice selection of casket flowers. Floral casket blankets can be designed using virtually any flower varieties you can think of. Our most popular casket flowers tend to be floral casket blankets made from gorgeous red, pink and lavender Ecuadorian roses.   Gorgeous Ecuadorian Roses Our firm purchases many of the roses we sell, direct from the flower farms. The Ecuadorian roses we sell are some of the most popular in the area. Rockcastle roses have long stems and gorgeous large blooms. Because they come farm-direct, the are really fresh. A fresher product translates directly into longer vase life for our customers. Longer vase means, our customers get to enjoy their fresh cut flower arrangement that much longer. Check out the fabulous rose arrangement pictured to the right. This arrangement comes with several [...]

By | February 26th, 2017|Canandaigua Florist, Rochester Florist, Rockcastle Florist|0 Comments

2017 Wedding Trends

Latest Trends In Wedding Flowers Are you lost in planning a 2017 wedding, sinking deeper into the hole of ripping pages from wedding magazines and artfully curating specific pinterest sub categories? Are you unsure how to tell your mom you don’t want her to make your wedding bouquet out of the flowers she is growing in her windowsill? Did you know that you’re supposed to be blissfully happy while engaged instead of watching clumps of your own hair fall out in the shower and wondering how you got so stressed? Yes, this is another wedding blog. However, I encourage you to sit back, take a deep breath, and let an actual florist tell you some realistic yet totally dreamy trends to consider for your upcoming nuptials. I mean, sure, you can let a 16 year old fashion blogger from Los Angeles tell you to braid rose petals into your hand fasting ceremony, but I encourage you to take into consideration advice from a florist when it comes to practical wedding planning. We may not be psychics, but we can look into the future of trends for the year and leave you feeling prepared to feel beautiful on your special day. Textured Botanicals If you’ve been attending weddings for the past 5 years (or just peeking at wedding blogs and quickly minimizing the window when your partner comes in the room) you’ll know that succulents are not breaking news. However, in 2017 succulents are blossoming (ha) from rustic hay bale wedding to textured, cool tone, woodsy-chic. Draped, lush greens paired with subtle cool toned flowers and pops of different sized succulents are used to create dimension and please the eye. Succulents can be safely anchored in handheld bouquets, boutonnieres, crowns, and centerpieces.   The Modern Cascade Most people associate [...]

By | February 25th, 2017|Rockcastle Florist, Wedding Flowers|0 Comments