Get some Valentine's Day flower inspiration from flowers&. Here, their 'Crystal Flair' arrangement in our crystal vase is composed of roses, carnations, and monstera leaves painted with gold hearts and accented with yellow crystals.
Make your Valentine's Day floral arrangements stand out and pop even more when you set them in one of our red mercury glass vases. These vintage-look vases are now up to 30% off only while supplies last. Get yours now.
We love this winter arrangement of red amaryllis, a creamy white protea, and Magnolia grandiflora from The Wall Street Journal in our Glass Vase in Rattan Cage. The colors of the vase, the foliage, and flowers so fit the season.
Golden brass seems the perfect color to warm up this season's wedding and event decor. Handmade in India, these solid brass trays have an antique look with a hammered texture and feature a traditional Indian etching.
Check out our Designer Spotlight on Anthony Taccetta for some of his dramatic event designs with themes like Pop Art, Carnival, and Graffiti. There's also an elegant tablescape in rich peacock and purple colors, with succulents, Phalaenopsis orchids, table mirrors, ombre vases, and lots of candlelight.
I'd like floral chandeliers for my dancefloor, you say? Then read on about Poppies & Posies who created these for a summer wedding. Also get a peek at fall wedding they designed, inspiration for a gorgeous wedding backdrop, and a how-to for recreating an arrangement in their favorite Jamali bowl.
One way to dress a simple white buttercream-frosted cake: Cluster fruits in a variety of shapes and sizes together for an informal, natural look, says cake designer Lauren Bohl White. Bonus: It's cheaper than sugar flowers! – BRIDES. Our Brass Bowl holds the bubbly.
A grouping of dried topiaries makes for a contemporary tablescape that can be more budget-friendly than fresh flowers. – Martha Stewart Weddings. Here our Asparagus Ball Topiaries, shown, are a perfect stand-in for fresh blooms. A great idea for the DIY-bride too.