I hope you all had a lovely Valentine's Day!

We at Lilygrass are exhausted! We hope we exceeded our customers' expectations.  We certainly had fun preparing your flower arrangements.

I would like to pick up where I left off with bridal bouquets. The first blog was about the more traditional bouquet styles. I'd like to show you the unique types of bridal bouquets.

Valentine's Day: the day in which we shower our loved one with flowers, candy, cards, and other tokens of our affection. The day we shout to the world, "This one is mine!" But do you know why? Read on for a little history lesson and fun facts about Valentine's Day.

Many people got engaged over the holidays, and with Valentine's Day in a few days, many more will get engaged. It's the perfect time to talk about wedding bouquets.

Did you know that wedding bouquets were originally made up of garlic and dill and other herbs? Flowers weren't used until modern times. I'm not sure how I'd feel walking down the aisle with a bouquet of garlic!

Ever wonder what is in the little packet that comes with your flowers?  It is a combination of sugar and bactericide.  The sugar provides nutrients for the flowers and the bactericide helps to prevent growth of bacteria.  Now that you have added that packet to your water, do you know what to do tomorrow?

I admit it. I haven't taken down my Christmas tree. Not only have I not taken it down, I still turn it on every day. My husband says I am need an intervention. But I can't help it! I love the lights and sparkle!! When I finally take it all down, my house will look so bare.  Also, we were supposed to have snow last week, which just didn't seem right without the tree. Of course, the weathermen were wrong, and we didn't have one single flake.


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