Festive decorations crafted from seasonal materials Christmas and the Advent season are almost unthinkable without cones, nuts, wintergreen foliage, Ilex berries, hellebores, the scent of apples and amaryllis flowers! Candles, ribbons, Christmas tree decorations and Advent- or Christmasthemed craft projects, flower arrangements and decorations are all part of the season.
Of course every wedding ceremony and every reception is new and unique and every couple wants personal consulting and to have their wishes taken into account, but some things stay the same for years, or even forever. Such as the continuing trend towards botanical elements and the greenery style. Vintage and bohemian styles are still … [Read more…]
Cheers to the bride and to us! – Floral bachelorette party: Who says flowers only play a role on the wedding day? Why not propose a floral bachelorette party to the bride, where everyone makes extravagant floral headdresses and jewelry under floristic supervision. Have a look at how these headdresses were made at the bachelorette party:
Whether on a walk through the woods or on a stroll through your own garden, when walking past the edge of a corn field on your way home or as you go back to the house from the herb garden – nature always has smaller or larger treasures to offer that challenge your creativity and … [Read more…]
From January 23 to 26, the world’s leading Fair for Horticulture, IPM ESSEN was once more the top address for the international green sector. At Messe Essen, 1,564 exhibitors from 45 countries presented new products, strong sales concepts and innovative technology along the entire value added chain to the expert world. In this respect, the … [Read more…]
Over the past few months our BLOOM’s trend scouts Marion Bauer, Klaus Wagener and Dany Eschenbüscher once again monitored the world of fashion, trends in architecture as well as the interior designers and creators of new materials and products. Parallel to that, they analysed market trends, studied magazine publications and visited trade fairs to identify … [Read more…]
With Easter just around the corner, many people start thinking about gaily-coloured eggs in nests of fresh green grass. We have left the eggs in their natural colour for a change, and spread floral Easter joy in a brightlycoloured multitude of spring flowers instead: Wrappings of coloured wool accentuate the short sticks that form the … [Read more…]