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Hey everyone! Camas High School prom is early this year! It’s March 23rd! But, don’t worry! We are ready! We have all kinds of great stylish wrist corsages and boutonnieres to choose from! PRE-ORDER today! For more information, check out our prom page here! www.flowerswashougal.com/promflowers
Yellow ‘Emblem’ roses, star of bethlehem, phalaenopsis orchids and succulents pair beautifully with more unique and delicate additions like dusty miller, lycopodium foliage, silver brunia, and craspedia. Overall, a true organic effect was created for Cindy. On point with trends, Cindy loved burlap, succulents, mosses, branches, jute, barked wire….pretty much anything natural. Enjoy a little glimpse at the wedding of Cindy and RJ at Camas Meadows this past weekend.
Our planning, penciling, staging and creating comes to fruition, one beautiful bride at a time. It is true, that we meet with our brides and then many times meet again. We really feel it’s important to give our brides the attention they need and make sure that we have all our ‘ducks in a row’ for their special day.
An impomptu wedding day arrived for a darling bride, as deserving as any looking forward to a beautiful spring day. Every wish was granted for Julie. In the brightness, freshness and newness of the day, her flowers mirrored the overall feeling.
Her bouquet shown below consisted of a wonderful array of textural wonderment. From lusciously full hydrangeas and garden roses, to succulents, sweetpeas, jasmine vine, and hellebores. Some many fabulous elements were combined in this tapestry of botanical wildness.
Stunning flowers were added to embelish her beautiful cake.
Christmas is almost here…Don’t forget to stop by and check out all our fabulous trees filled with stunning ornaments! We have ornaments for any style tree. Whimsical and bright, classic and elegant, and some a little different and very unique! We are open until Christmas! Don’t delay!
We meet with so many bride’s in the spring, that we are almost nonchalant about it. Summer is a distant concept. Our weddings are “down-the-road.” Certainly, we understand and value each and every bride that entrusts us with her flowers to complete the day that has taken her hours upon hours of planning and endless details. We have, as well, spent hours upon hours working with our growers and wholesalers, purchased ribbon in just the right shade of purple, babied roses and other flowers to the perfect stage, and communicated with our bride’s almost more than our own family members. But, it’s all worth it.
We finally know, after all the sweat and stress of making sure everything is just right, that we have done our job. We finally understand just how important our role is when we see our bride’s faces on their special day. Many, many times, we see our brides begin to tear up, give us a gigantic hug, and just plan gloat about “my florist” to all of their family and wedding party. We value each and every bride that comes to us, trusts us and gives us a little creative freedom to show them what we can do. Here are a few of our special bride’s bouquets from the past month. Enjoy!
The beginning of this month started out in celebration for our store. Erik, Julie, Mollie and Sheryl traveled to San Francisco to the prestigious American Institute of Floral Designers convention held annually. This year was special, because Erik received his AIFD pin signifying top talent in our industry. We are very proud of his accomplishments and wish him all the best…for those of you that know Erik, he is still the same ole down to earth, friendly guy that we know and love. Just with a little designation to attach to his name.
This weekend, we had the opportunity to create stunning flowers for Camas High School and Washougal High School graduations. We have so much fun coming up with new ideas every year. We are so thankful that our schools are open to us “working our magic” and creating something really different each year! We always have this “how can we top last year” mindset.
Camas Highschool’s graduation peice consisted of tropicals in shades of red and white…Stunning ginger, dendrobium orchids, anthurium, bamboo, and tropical foliages created the look.
For Washougal High School graduation, the sky is the limit. This year, we created an awesome vegetive style arrangement of roses, tropical foliages such as black hala and orange monstera and kalanchoe plants. To top this festive look off, we created books in stacks. Super fun!
This stunning bouquet was created for a bride at Skamania Lodge last weekend. Julie created it with the use of fragrant lilacs, late season snowball viburnum, luscious maiden hair fern, ‘Helga Piaget’ garden roses, wood hyacinth, grasses, and fern curls. This casual wonderful style fit the bride’s personality perfectly.
Hey everyone! We are busier than bubblers right now preparing for one of the largest holidays in a flowershop! It’s Mother’s Day week at Flowers Washougal! Let’s face it…There are tons of things you can do for your mom, but Flowers are a great way to show you love her. Either beautiful cut flowers, or something a bit longer-lasting like a fabulous plantscape.