Creating a Custom Centerpiece For Your Thanksgiving Gathering

Thanksgiving is fast approaching so now is the time to get everything prepared for the feast. This includes fall flowers and a centerpiece for the dining or buffet table -- maybe both! Our Rochester flower shop is here to help you create something memorable and that reflects your unique style plus matches your budget. All you need to do is call our design center to have our floral artists work with you to create a one-of-a-kind centerpiece for Thanksgiving or some other special bouquet or flower arrangement for decor or to give a host if you are attending a Thanksgiving feast elsewhere. You can make an appointment and then check out our online Thanksgiving collection of centerpieces and fall flowers to get a better idea of the styles, flowers, and colors you like. Also, be prepared to tell our floral designers the size and shape of the tables where the flowers will be displayed as well as your budget. When you come in for your appointment, you can also bring a special container or accents that further personalize the custom centerpiece for Thanksgiving. Additionally, we can make other custom Thanksgiving flower arrangements for you, including wreaths, bouquets, and more. These make nice gifts if you are traveling to another home for Thanksgiving. or you may want to consider these other Thanksgiving host ideas: Autumn Hand-Tied Bouquet This rustic Thanksgiving bouquet includes roses, golden aster, and other fall flowers that are wrapped and placed in a water source. These hand-tied bouquets do not include a vase. Burst of Autumn This bright fall display offers autumn shades of orange and yellow, which are combined with oak leaves in a clear glass vase that's been wrapped with a satin ribbon. Check out these and more for Thanksgiving today! Contact our Rochester flower shop to [...]

By |2018-11-15T13:49:16+00:00November 15th, 2018|Thanksgiving|Comments Off on Creating a Custom Centerpiece For Your Thanksgiving Gathering

Time to Celebrate Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving arrives on Thursday, November 23rd so now is the time to order flower arrangements, floral centerpieces, and gifts for this special day with family and friends. Even if you can't be there, it is good to send some flowers or gifts for Thanksgiving. We send locally as well as nationally, giving you an easy way to get beautiful, affordable Thanksgiving decor and gifts this season. Our Thanksgiving collection has an abundance of styles, designs, and prices to meet your needs. Here are some of the highlights: Classic Cornucopia This cornucopia works on the Thanksgiving table or as a decor piece. It's filled with bold fall flowers, foliage, and accents. Country Oven Centerpiece This includes a keepsake hand-glazed, oven-to-table stoneware serving dish that first serves as the container for a fall centerpiece. It's a warm and inviting flower arrangement for Thanksgiving or as a gift. Sunflower Centerpiece This Thanksgiving centerpiece is all about sunflowers. There are also other fall flowers, foliage and a cranberry-hued candle that is displayed under a hurricane glass. Glow of Gratitude Centerpiece This dramatic Thanksgiving centerpiece features premium fall flowers surrounded by a candle inside a hurricane glass.  Glowing Gathering Centerpiece This elegant Thanksgiving centerpiece has roses and lilies that surround a mercury glass hurricane. Family Gathering Centerpiece This centerpiece for the Thanksgiving table includes two orange taper candles that are surrounded by a range of fall flowers. Harvest Splendor Bouquet Celebrate Thanksgiving with this unique flower arrangement. It includes bold fall blooms and white lilies. The container is a real standout. It is a mercury glass julep vase. There are already numerous orders that have been filled to deliver for Thanksgiving. Be sure to order today by phone, in our flower shop, or through our website. Special holiday shopping days and the December holidays are just around the corner. [...]

By |2017-11-10T00:21:12+00:00November 5th, 2017|Thanksgiving|Comments Off on Time to Celebrate Thanksgiving
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