Gift & Decor items typically ship within 3 business days.

0

801-752-0230

Your Cart is Empty

Flowers for Passover

Flowers for Passover

May 12, 2021 4 min read

Passover is a marvelous Jewish festival where friends and family assemble to feast, laugh and be with each other. It is a season of joy and gratitude for those who celebrate the Passover. When they were Slaves in ancient Egypt, the Jewish people recall the trials and successes of their forebears. Passover recalls the people's independence by trust in the Lord. Flowers articulate this joy perfectly, which is why they have become so significant in traditional Passover celebrations. Many celebrate this festival while attending a popular seder meal.

Having become accustomed to seeing flowers

Read More
Create a truly personal wedding!

Create a truly personal wedding!

May 11, 2021 4 min read

There is no such thing as a "one size fits all" solution when it comes to wedding arrangements. In fact, some of the best weddings are those that are full of personality, imagination, and genuine facts that tell a tale about the couple.

A wedding must have originality, individuality, personal touches, and unique, meaningful, and memorable experiences. This desire and notion of being true to yourself, and weaving it into the very fabric of your wedding, serve as the foundation for today's element, which is particularly important in today's COVID-19 Era.

If any of you share this passion and want your wedding

Read More
Celebrate your mom child relationship

Celebrate your mom child relationship

May 10, 2021 4 min read

This Mother’s Day, be your mom’s darling child!

Rudyard Kipling said once, "God could not be everywhere, and therefore He made mothers." There is no limit to the special relationship between Mother and child. Our Mother gives herself so that we can thrive and flourish. They are polishing and molding us. The love of a mother is infinite and eternal.

Read More

Chair flower decoration for wedding

Chair flower decoration for wedding

May 09, 2021 4 min read

Treats for your Seats!

You probably knew nothing, such as a bit of info, when you began planning your wedding reception. You will be challenged to make all choices, from the wedding invitation cards and linens to the central part of the flowers and cocktails.

But overlooking the chair decoration can make your overall wedding venue look a little incomplete. Although the fact that the reception desks are left when they arrive is not incorrect, especially the bride's seats are a friendly, easy way to put your wedding personality. Chair backs can be as plain or decorated as you like, from flower arrangements to whimsical signs and

Read More
Flowers and mental health

Flowers and mental health

May 01, 2021 4 min read

The world is going through a difficult period. The pandemic is far from over, and it is still unclear how long the duration of isolation will endure. All of these have some impact on a person's mental health. Some would laugh at the situation, but there are also those who suffer from depression and anxiety. Even though things are difficult, it is comforting to know that flowers will help you forget about your worries!

So many of us feel isolated through this long time of loneliness, but small acts of kindness have the power to unite us and remind us that we are cherished. It's more important than ever to raise awareness of how we can protect our mental wellbeing and assist others. It will be critical

Read More
Styles of classic floral arrangements you may love to have!

Styles of classic floral arrangements you may love to have!

April 30, 2021 4 min read

Every day, as part of the job of woodflowers.com in the floral business, our staff makes various sola wood flower arrangements for our customers. We are always making plans for different times and activities. Even though we specialize in both floral and non-floral event design and manufacturing, we have a wide range of skills for sola wood flower arrangements. When it comes to selecting the right sola wood flower arrangement for your case, there are several factors to consider.

Sola wood floral arrangements come in a variety of sizes, color schemes, forms, patterns, and moods. Classic sola wood arrangements are traditional, timeless, attractive, and meaningful, with a surprising

Read More

A guide to Carnation flowers

A guide to Carnation flowers

April 29, 2021 4 min read

Maybe some of you are unfamiliar with carnation flowers. Despite its beauty, it is an excellent substitute for bouquets and arrangements. Carnations are more than just a "filler" herb for bouquets and arrangements. Aside from being a common cut flower, it also looks great in corsages and boutonnières for special occasions, including weddings and proms. However, as Mother's Day approaches, this flower with frilly petals takes on a new meaning: carnations are the official Mother's Day emblem and flower in many countries.
Read More
Best apology flowers

Best apology flowers

April 28, 2021 4 min read

We make mistakes from time to time! You've said or done something hurtful to a friend or family member. After a tense argument with a partner or friend, a bouquet of beautiful flowers is the best way to express your regret. If you're feeling like you've made a huge mistake right now, sorry, flowers are exactly what you need to get back on track.

Apologizing with a joyful bouquet expresses not only your regret but also demonstrates your concern and desire to make amends. No error is too large or tiny for a sincere apology, whether you forget to wish a friend "Happy Birthday" or made an unintentional petty mistake.

Read More
The Best Flowers to Say Congratulations

The Best Flowers to Say Congratulations

April 26, 2021 4 min read

When it comes to commemorating life's achievements and significant events, a text message or phone call is not often enough!

Sending flowers to a friend or family celebrating a significant life event is a more tangible gesture that expresses the desire to share in their joy. A well-chosen bouquet is a thoughtful way to prove you care, whether it's for a friend who is buying their first house, a neighbor who is celebrating the birth of a girl, or your colleague who has accomplished something wonderful at work.

One of the most heartfelt ways to celebrate life's most significant moments is with beautiful flower arrangements. Flowers are particularly

Read More

Funerals and flowers go hand in hand

Funerals and flowers go hand in hand

April 20, 2021 4 min read

Flowers have been used at any stage of life, from birth to death, throughout history. Flowers are a common way to mourn the deceased of death, and they are representative of life's delicate, transient existence. The natural elegance of flowers is believed to alleviate some of the sentimental strain that comes with funerals' visual imagery.

Flowers are used at funerals nowadays for a variety of purposes. First, they aid in emotional release since it is often difficult for grieving

Read More
Creative floral ideas for Mother’s Day

Creative floral ideas for Mother’s Day

April 10, 2021 4 min read

Mother's Day is an annual celebration of the family's mother and her unwavering commitment to her children's well-being. The children are invited to come out and express their love and respect for their mother on this day.

It's a little sad that mothers only get one day a year to be recognized for all the amazing things they have done and continue to do for us. This single day is insufficient to express gratitude for every little to big sacrifice she did, for her countless sleepless nights, and for a delicious meal she prepared for you and all of her children's and family's needs.

Read More
Many colors of Double Late Tulips

Many colors of Double Late Tulips

April 09, 2021 4 min read

Tulips are the symbol of spring, and they are the most popular and gorgeous-looking flowers. It is mainly grown for its attractive vibrant colors. Till today there are over 3000 registered varieties of tulips are grown. Within each genus, tulips come in a variety of sizes, forms, and colors.

History of Tulips:

Tulips made their way out of the wild and into cultivation in the Ottoman Empire, especially in the region that is now Turkey. They were introduced to Holland in the 1500s, and French botanist Charles

Read More


1 2 3 6 Next