Wether you are looking for a beautiful valentine's day gifting arrangement for your husband, your wife, your mom, your daughter, your dear friend, check out our Valentine's day and send a love message through different varieties of flowers.
This week we are featuring SWEET PEA the perfect gift of sweetness ... Artfully fragrant blooms of Japanese Sweet peas designed in a glass bubble vase.
Pre-order your SWEET PEA arrangement by January 30th with CODE SWEETPEA and save 15%.
LOVE is in AIR
After a year isolated at home and experiencing our first pandemic we feel that it is important to show your TRUE LOVE through the simple gift of an opulent and luxurious fragrant garden roses arrangement in varying shades of blushes and reds accented with gold leaf dust...
This year more than ever is different from any others, as we cannot celebrate the holidays with our loved ones and families we have designed arrangements that will reminisce your favorite times together. Either through traveling to warm areas and enjoying the tropics with our Banksia and She Kong designs, the cold of spending time in a chalet either in Colorado or Switzerland with our floral therapy or European vacations in the South of France through fragrant Mimosa.
Last week we were commissioned by our one of our greatest BUUNCH supporter to come up with a virtual flower arranging class.
We got to enjoy the presence of 50 attendees, flower mesmerized and shared with them our #buunchmethod #florist tips, taught our students how to designed a classic spiral or hand tied bouquet, clean floral stems, cut flowers and more.
Thrill to announce that we have launched a long lasting collection composed of either dried and preserved blooms accented with fresh tropical blooms.
All of our new designs are made using the buunch method, color blocks, sculptural and designed in our design ceramic vases.
I love herbs and all types of aromatic herbs and whenever I go to the farmers market I by a bunch of those. So many that many often I am not sure what to do with them
Sometimes we tend to wonder what to do with them until we eventually use them...