Monthly Archives: December 2008

Urban Baby Shower

I was recently asked to do the flowers for a baby shower that was to be held at The Core Club in midtown Manhattan. The Core Club is a private club with an urban art gallery atmosphere. After taking a … Continue reading

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Toast in the New Year with Easy Decor

New Year’s Eve is a time to enjoy cocktails and champagne toasts. Using cocktail glasses and barware as vessels for your floral décor is a great way to add a festive celebratory feeling to any size gathering. Here are a … Continue reading

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Williamsburg Centerpiece

The people of Colonial Williamsburg began decorating with fresh greenery and fruit in the 1930s. At that time the pineapple was already a well-established design element in architecture, ceramics, and art. It only stands to reason that beautiful fresh pineapples … Continue reading

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Tabletop Trees with Personality

Three trees, three different materials, three different stories. What’s your story? Tie A Yellow Ribbon A small way to keep the troops in our hearts and minds throughout the holiday season is to decorate a tree with yellow ribbons and … Continue reading

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“A Christmas Story” Inspired Vignette

If I had to choose my favorite holiday movie it would probably be “A Christmas Story”. But I do have to say, the movie “It’s A Wonderful Life” certainly runs a close second on my list. Just thinking about the … Continue reading

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Floral Snowman

Who doesn’t love a snowman? There’s something so innocent about them. This year create a snowman of your own to enjoy throughout this festive season or to give as a gift to someone you love. The best part of creating … Continue reading

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Have a “Shiny Brite” Holiday

I have always had a real affection for the old Shiny Brite ornaments that were part of the Christmas tree décor of almost every American home throughout the 1940’s and 50’s. These colorful and charming ornaments were first introduced in … Continue reading

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