Floral Studio

336 East 13th Street

New York, NY 10003

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Easter Elegance: Fresh Flower Arrangements for Home & Delivery

Easter Table Setting

This year, Easter is on April 16th. Whether you’re entertaining and want to set a picture-perfect table, are having guests join you in the city for the weekend, or want someone special to know you’re thinking about them, we’ve got the fresh flower decorating tips you’ve been looking for. Easter Flowers Tip #1: Think Cheerful… Continue Reading »

Going Green! Great St. Patrick’s Day Arrangements

St. Patrick's Day Flowers

On Friday, March 17th, the whole world turns Irish for just a little while. The famous NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade begins at 11 am on Fifth Avenue at 44th Street, concluding a full six hours later uptown at 79th Street. It’s a time for everyone to celebrate their favorite aspects of Celtic culture. Now… 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 »

Upgrade Your Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece

Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece

Over the years, the Thanksgiving Holiday has become quite predictable especially when it comes to Your Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece. Food is the focal point of this special day, but flowers compliment any kind of Thanksgiving spread you have. The Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece is the first thing you see when you approach the dinner table and… 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 »