'Project Wedding' in Florists' Review presents five innovative design concepts for your ceremony and reception decor, including this dramatic floral "chandelier" made out of our glass ball vases and glass ball tea light holders.
It's a good thing: Take rustic in a modern direction with this wedding centerpiece idea from Martha Stewart Real Weddings & Honeymoons that uses our ghostwood branch with a pop of color. It's a great idea for the DIY-bride or a destination wedding.
Get ready for summer! Memorial Day is just around the corner. Pick up one of our handmade raffia totes, like the fashionable striped and ombre ones shown here, a larger market bag for the beach or the farmers market, and maybe a solid black raffia bag for the office.
WHAT YOUR WEDDING FAVOR SAYS ABOUT YOU This unique wedding favor, a rose or ranunculus in our hanging ball vase, from BRIDES says: "We'll be honeymooning in Paris." We think it's sure to impress your wedding guests.
From Dutch Old Masters' styles to modern monochromatic looks, Peter M. Krask, who is also resident floral designer at the Today show, shows us his range with floral arrangements in a bevy of Jamali Garden vases and containers. With beautiful photos and great tips, this one's a must-read!
Think pink! We love this room with a cherry blossom tree and the pink floral centerpieces by L'Atelier Rouge. Read more about them, see some cool ice sculptures with frozen flowers, and get their solid advice for brides and grooms, on everything from the wedding venue to the items you choose for your decor.
Our verdict: Emily of Bastille Flowers is an expert at mixing flowers, plants, and other elements in her designs, like this Grecian-themed bridal shower tablescape. See more of her beautiful work, including a great mixed metal centerpiece centerpiece, on our blog.
A WARM WELCOME leaves dendrobium orchids for guests to pin onto their suits or dresses. A SUN-KISSED CENTERPIECE dots a shining tablescape with sago palm leaves, roses, ranunculus, and orchids. Our vases hold all the flowers in both of these summer wedding ideas from Martha Stewart Weddings.
Black, white, and gold wedding colors: "It's a snap to boost the wow factor of basic white vases – just add gold. Transform Jamali Floral & Garden Supplies' ceramic containers with an easy Old World Art Composition gold-leafing kit." – Martha Stewart Weddings.
Yellow daffodils in bud vases are flanked by our Square Iron Lanterns on this tablescape perfect for a spring wedding by David Stark, who added pre-woven seat caning to the glass panels. Read more, get the DIY sources and how-to, and see more details of the other tables, on the blog.