I would like to answer floral questions since I have owned my own flower shop for many years. I write a column for our local paper and answer questions people write in and ask. I can answer questions on the following things: Balloon decorating, floral silk and fresh from centerpieces to cemetery work and wedding work, along with color schemes, traditional or contemporary. Plants are one of my favorite subjects also.
Many schools and workshops on design and floral business as well as American Indian weddings and designs. We offer any tribal dress or weddings or funeral burials.
Oklahoma State Floral Association Ozark State Floral Association Lavender Association Grand Lake Chamber of Commerce Native American Tribal Member
I write a question and answer column for the Grand River Chronicle on the beautiful Grand O'Lake of the Cherokees. It's a weekly column where people can call or email questions about floral or plants and I answer the questions.
I was choosen to win a Scholarship through Ozark State Floral Association and have attended schooling through Teleflora design class in Oklahoma taught by many famous designers.
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If it isn't to late, I would lout them as close to the wedding date as possible. It's not important as to the water they drink but the way you cut them. Use a sharp knife and no scissors. A lot of times
That would work but I suggest you use the sticky floral puddy or tape.Secure them well and hide the tape with greenery. Choosing the puddy wont be hard to cover. IF you go to your local florist you can
Hi Michelle, This depends on how big you want your centerpieces. Some of our clients want them low so they can see over the table and talk and some want them towering high! I would go to the market
The best way is to purchase a florist carrier that comes in many sizes. You can cut a x in a card board in card board box and set your arrangements in the box or you can fill men's tube socks with
I don't have photos right off hand to send you! Sorry, I would use three large callas with lots of bright colored fillers in a few vases and of course the roses in others! No sense in cutting short