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Hello, fans of Lilygrass!

Even though it’s blisteringly hot outside, this time of year is a favorite amongst flower shop owners – wedding season! Recently we had a wonderful opportunity to design some magnificent bouquets for the Jacobo wedding. It was marvelous!

Hello, Lily friends!

I hope you’ve had a wonderful last week of July! It’s crazy that summer is almost over, but who’s not ready for some high-top boots and pumpkin everything? I mean, come on. Fall is the best! But with the winding down of summer, unfortunately, also comes a lull in the world of floral design. So, to spice things up a bit, we enlisted the help of a fellow Brixton Square Shopping Center business – Signs Now, and they sure did a GREAT job! We’ve gone from “blah” to “Ta da!” in just about an hour and the windows look fantastic! Here are a few reasons why we decided to go with some roll on window treatments:

Hello, Lilygrass friends!

This week was another week filled with fun events! (Have I mentioned lately how much I absolutely love my job?) Although it was an early morning, we were honored to decorate for an Association’s Award Banquet at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum where they honor outstanding achievements during the year. This event is fairly formal, and the decor pays homage to the natural beauty of the earth, so our designs also reflected those values.

Hello out there, Lilygrass fans! We have some exciting news – we went to our first bridal show!

We traveled many miles to share our skills with blushing brides, and we loved it! We proudly displayed some of Lilygrass’ most famous products and designs (like the ever popular baby’s breath kissing balls), but we also found ourselves at the other end of the knowledge train, the receiving end. Here are just some of the things we learned from the show that we’d like to keep in mind for next time:

Hello out there, Lilygrass fans! I hope you all had a happy and safe Fourth of July. We sure did! Now, it’s back to the daily grind!

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