Even though Valentine’s Day is usually associated with all things love and romance, think outside the box and consider giving a special gift of gratitude to other important individuals in your life. Your mom, for example, who has done so much for you over the years, means the world to you. Let her know how meaningful your relationship is. Send her a beautiful bouquet of flowers from Norfolk Florist at Valentine’s Day this year to show her your love and affection. Read More about Thank Loved Ones On Valentine’s Day »
Now that Valentine’s Day is approaching it’s time to think about how you will let your special someone know how much you love them. This year, one of the best ways to communicate your exact feelings for someone is with a beautiful bouquet of flowers that send a specific message. At Norfolk Florist, we are creating beautiful Valentine’s Day bouquets with flowers like lilies and roses in shades of love: pinks, purples and, of course, reds. Choose a bouquet that will send a special message and let her know how special she is to you at Valentine’s Day this year. Read More about Send a Special Message »
The new 2019 Color of the Year has been announced and its name is Living Coral. This vibrant yet mellow shade of coral with golden undertones is an energetic and enlivening breath of fresh air on the color palette of fashion. We will be seeing this color everywhere this year from runways to living rooms, from weddings to sporting events. The fusion of our natural surroundings with the technological world we live in brings us this beautiful Living Coral, an animated, life-affirming hue that energizes and enlivens with a softer edge. The floral experts at Norfolk Florist feel the best and easiest way to incorporate Living Coral into your daily life this season is simply with a beautiful bouquet of flowers in this shade. Read More about Living Coral is the Vibrant Color of 2019 »
As we roll into the New Year, we become motivated and inspired to make small changes in our day-to-day living that could have a positive impact on our health, productivity and relationships. At Norfolk Florist, we believe flowers can accomplish all of that. Here's how:
Flowers reduce stress. Surrounding yourself with flowers and the green foliage that often comes with them is a scientifically proven way to create a calmer, more peaceful atmosphere and reduce levels of stress.
Flowers help you focus. Because plants and flowers are natural air purifiers, they remove toxins and impurities from the air we breathe, helping us to have clearer minds and more focused attention to detail. What a great way to work each day.
Flowers help us be more compassionate. When we care for another living thing we find ourselves gaining more compassion and empathy as we become others-focused. Strengthen your relationships by caring for plants or flowers. Read More about Motivated and Inspired By Flowers »
During the holidays, the families of fallen veterans often suffer the absence of their loved ones and find the holidays to be a difficult time. This season, consider participating in one of the many Wreaths Across America wreath-laying ceremonies. These events, in which Christmas wreaths for veterans are placed on grave sites, began at Arlington National Cemetery and has spread to hundreds of locations across the country and abroad. Being part of something so significant is a great way to have a meaningful and purposeful holiday season this year. The floral designers at Norfolk Florist are eager to share our holiday wreath collection with you and your family. Read More about Christmas Wreaths for Veterans »
Decorating for the holidays is always a fun and exciting endeavor. Including homemade crafts and decor will enhance the beauty of your more formal decorations and add a personal touch to your home this season. When decorating your mantel, include paper Christmas trees for a whimsical, nostalgic taste of the season’s spirit. Paired with one the beautiful holiday floral arrangements the creative artisans at Norfolk Florist have designed, your handy craft-work will bring a unique vibrancy to your home this holiday. Read More about Homemade Holiday Crafts & Decor »
Now is the time to begin decking the halls with merriment and holiday spirit, and what better way to do so than with classic Christmas decor like adorable tabletop mini-trees, beautifully designed ornaments, or a lush hanging door wreath! The possibilities are endless and often, holiday decorations make fabulous gifts, as well. Send a beautiful ornament or wreath as a cheerful way to share the holidays with your loved ones, this season and every year. The design experts at Norfolk Florist have created a fabulous holiday best-sellers collection that includes all of our favorites. We hope they become yours, as well! Read More about Deck the Halls… And Trees! »
Now that the holidays are upon us it’s time to start thinking about how you will decorate, not just your home, but also your office for the season. Consider bringing fresh green foliage into your office space to create a warm inviting atmosphere. Also, plants and other greenery are known to increase productivity and create positive moods in an office setting. Include a gorgeous, elegant holiday wreath, a beautiful plant design or lovely floral bouquet in your holiday office decorating this year. Take a look at the gorgeous collection of holiday wreaths designed by the floral artisans at Norfolk Florist. Read More about Seasonal Plants and Flowers »
This Thanksgiving, if you’re looking for a twist on a traditional Thanksgiving meal consider doing a little research. Host a traditional Thanksgiving that is historically accurate. What did the pilgrims eat? What kind of dishes did they share? How did they decorate their table? If you have children, let them be involved in the research process. You may even consider dressing up in original pilgrim and Native American garb! Decorate your table with beautiful fall flowers from Norfolk Florist- we have a gorgeous collection of centerpieces that will accent your historically accurate thanksgiving beautifully. Read More about A Fun Twist On Thanksgiving »