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Happy fall, ya’ll! Lilygrass has had a blast celebrating this cooler weather and designing gorgeous arrangements with the seasonal blooms. It is definitely a fun time of the year!

For this blog, we’re going to take a second to rewind a little bit and tell you about our September Make-and-Take class that happened almost a month ago. We’ve just been too busy with all of our weddings and fall festivities to blog about it until now! Plus, it’s a great way to get you pumped for October’s Make-and-Take Class that happens on Thursday, October 27th. We’d love to have you join us!  

Spooky day, Lilygrass fans!

One of our favorite holidays is quickly approaching –Halloween!

In case you haven’t been able to nail down that ever important costume

idea yet, let us help you out! We’ve got some great ideas that incorporate one of our

other favorite things – flowers, of course!

If you’re into something a little bit spicy, we’ve cooked up a Poison Ivy super villain

Hello fans! This blog is dedicated to any brides or grooms who are thinking about tying the knot in the festive fall months. Here are some unique wedding themes, and the gorgeous flowers that go with them, for autumn!

The first wedding theme we’re going to take a closer look at is the Travel/Adventure theme!

Happy fall y'all, Lilygrass fans!

We love creating and designing beautiful arrangements, but we’d like to highlight that we can also craft some other types of very unique pieces, too – wreaths and pumpkin vases!

Hello fans!

October is coming in fast! We can’t wait for those festive fall colors! Speaking of

those seasonal hues, let’s talk about that gorgeous coloring of the October birth

flower – the marigold!

The marigold is a unique bloom rich in both color and history.

Many years ago, the Aztecs used these flowers in ceremonies that honored their

deceased. That tradition carried on throughout the generations, and now marigolds

are used during the All Saints Day and All Souls Day traditional celebrations. The

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