Floral Studio

336 East 13th Street

New York, NY 10003

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Celebration: Best Flower Arrangements for Graduation Parties, Spring Weddings & More!

Flower Arrangements for any June celebration

June is jumping! If your calendar is getting filled up fast, don’t worry – you’re not alone. Check out all of these fairs, festivals, and exhibitions going on. June is when most New York City high schools have their graduations. June is also one of the most popular months to get married. Flower Arrangements for… Continue Reading »

Red, White & Blue: Patriotic Flower Arrangements Show Your Spirit

Memorial Day- Patriotic Flower Arrangements

Patriotic flower arrangements are always very popular for Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Veteran’s Day and Election Day. However demand for red, white and blue flower arrangements has been increasing for other occasions as well. Integrating patriotic elements into the urban garden is a very on-trend look, and flower arrangements that evoke Old… Continue Reading »

New Year, New Florals

Shine Bright Branches

New year, new florals! Starting fresh never sounded better and with 2017 finally here, were excited to bring in fresh ideas for new floral arrangements. According to the Floral Trends Forecast expert Michael J. Skaff, there are 4 major color palettes’ we should expect to see a lot of in 2017 Modern Wonders The old… Continue Reading »

Caring For Your Floral Arrangement

Caring for your floral arrangement

When we get a new flower arrangement for an anniversary, birthday, special event or just because we’re so excited! Within minutes we have them proudly displayed in our best vase where all eyes can see and look on with envy. However, sometimes that pride can be short lived and flowers wither away quickly. We want… Continue Reading »

Nature of Floriography

nature of floriography

A Quick History on The Pleasantly Fanciful Nature of Floriography Autumn partners well with the Victorian aesthetic. And when considering the Victorian era, one cannot help but think of the strangely pleasing nature of floriography. The language of flowers – emotions symbolized by a flower’s color and form – could be simple or enormously complex, with one… Continue Reading »