Spring Equinox | In tune with the season

The spring (or vernal) equinox, is the moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator, an imagined line in the sky above Earth’s equator, from south to north. It is the point when both day and night are of equal length and marks the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere. Until the eighteenth century, the spring equinox was considered by many parts, to mark the start of the new year. This is a time when light and dark have evened out, and we rejoice at the opportunity to emerge from winter anew.

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Valentine’s Day Options Beyond Roses

The highly anticipated celebration of Valentine’s Day is when we express our affection + appreciation to the most important people in our lives. Traditionally red roses take center stage on Cupid’s day, but our loved ones may feel especially delighted when they receive a unique gift and appreciate a change of pace from the expected fresh flowers. Above all else, remember that the most important element of any gesture is that it comes straight from your heart.

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Floral Trends 2022

In 2022 we turn to the expressiveness of flowers, now more than ever, to lift our spirits. While it is being proclaimed the year of the tulip for its joyful conjure, key themes that we see for this year are seasonality, minimalism, organic floristry, all keeping a balance of serene and calming pallets with pops of interest and vibrant, optimistic color. Ultimately its all about the vibe, and in 2022 color and texture all play vital roles in conveying a sense of optimism.

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