It’s the season and our customers are planning some of the most wonderful weddings and events in the coming months: Autumn is this most colorful season of the year and your flower choices should reflect that. Jewel-tone themed weddings are very popular at the moment, as well as having Ultra Violet, Pantone’s Color of The Year, as the focal color.
The palette of purples colors is has wide range during the summer season. For example the Calla Paco, mixed with Delphinium Ajacis Lavender and Lavender is a real eye catching arrangement. be inspired and create it yourself!
Campanula is a true seasonal flower, and is perfect for almost any floral summer designs this bouquet contains Campanula Eremurus, Lisianthus, and Agapanthus,
From Clematis to Delphinium the purple color range is one of the most popular summertime palettes. We asked some of our designers to put together a list of their favorites:
Dahlias are one of the most beautiful summer flowers. The plethora of shapes, hues & textures makes them an extremely versatile flower which can be used for almost any occasion. Dahlias can be used in crowns, hand tied bouquets, centerpieces and pretty much every other style and design.
Whether you are a DIYer, florist, floral designer, or an event planner, it’s really important to be aware of all the latest floral design trends. We listed some of our Driven Designers favorite online resources. // read more
The European Peony season is in full bloom! PetalDriven.com is filled with the most stunning varieties. While we love all Peonies we wanted to point out a few novelties that are show stoppers.
The Origin Story
The history of this flower starts in China. The flowers have been cultivated there because of their roots and flowers. The Chinese ate the roots because it would cure you of fever. Since 1784 Peonies have been found in Europe.
The name Peony refers to the Greek Paean. Paean was a pupil of the Greek god Asclepius, the god of medicine. When Paean tried to cure Pluto, which had been injured by a duel with Hercules, he used a plant. This plant grew on the mountain of Olympus and was named Paeonia (Peony) after the recovery. // read more