Millones de personas celebrarán el sábado el 14 de febrero en todo el mundo, y Phoenix no es la excepción.
The florist industry is changing from globalization, digital purchases and other forces. While roses continue to be a mainstay for Valentine’s Day, other consumer preferences also are showing up.
When Ashley and I had the opportunity to tour the new spaces of LUX Florist and Arizona Flower Market we were blown away! They have everything one would need for their event.
Peruse the endless scroll of Pinterest and you’ll notice a theme. Baby’s breath, mason jars, and burlap. Don’t get us wrong, we LOVE baby’s breath too, but there is a colorful alternative that is just as cost effective and still gives you the rustic, “picked from the garden” style.
It’s that time of year again, not only is Valentine’s day a reminder of the official day to start your annual rose pruning stateside, but it’s also the prickly cash crop’s largest harvest of the year.
Family-owned and operated local business Arizona Family Florist plans to expand its downtown Phoenix facility and create an open-air market.
Arizona Family Florist’s Lux Florist brand gets brides clamoring for the shop’s highly customized wedding services.
Master bridal consultant Kim Horn talks to FOX 10 about some of the top wedding trends for summer and an upcoming bridal show at the Phoenix Convention Center.
Mother’s Day is Sunday, which means at least one type of business is very busy this weekend.
Florists, like the ones at 1-800-FLOWERS’ Phoenix shop, near the Interstate 17 and 16th Street, are working hard.
Ladies already want to find wedding dresses similar to the one worn by Kate Middleton at her Royal Wedding, and a local shop shows us some similar styles.
Valentine’s Day is coming up and flower shops are getting ready for one of their busiest days of the year.
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