It’s time to eat some turkey! Along with mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, stuffing, and pumpkin pie. Thanksgiving is a great holiday! When else are you expected to eat huge amounts of food while hanging out with friends and family… Read More about 🦃 Thanksgiving Decor and Flowers Guide 🍁 »
What makes the fall season so wonderful? So. Many. Things! Cooler, crisp weather for one, changing colors of leaves into dramatic, jewel-tones, cinnamon spice, Halloween, pumpkin lattes, and pumpkin beer…. It’s a wonderful season of transition that exists between the… Read More about Guide to Fall Flowers & More 🍁 »
The beauty of autumn is a wonderful time to explore the meaning of the season’s most popular flower, the chrysanthemum. Full of life and rich color, these blooms are available in a wide variety of styles, from spider mums and anemones to daisy mums, and pompons. Plus, mums have been around a very long time, giving them a rich history full of meaning and symbolism.
Adding chrysanthemums to your fall decor will bring history, style, and color together for a meaningful display that welcomes fall. Take a look at the favorite mums our designers from Marco Island Florist are highlighting for the fall season and choose your favorites for decorating your own home or sending to someone special. Read More about Experience Fall’s Most Popular Blooms: Chrysanthemums »
During the fall season, nature offers up some of the most beautiful designs, colors, and textures available. When the temperature drops and leaves start to change color, you know it’s time to celebrate. The floral designers at Marco Island Florist are excited about our beautiful fall collection of floral designs and blooming plants. With so many rich, deep hues like royal purple, deep garnet, bright gold, forest green, and fiery orange, you can be sure that our fall collection is bright, colorful and full of intricate combinations. We have something for everyone in the Marco Island area, so take a look at our floral designs and choose something perfect to send as a gift or to keep for yourself. Read More about Nature’s Most Beautiful Season »
This year as you begin to decorate for the holidays, keep in mind the idea that live foliage such as seasonal wreaths, dish gardens or even floral bouquets can lend a new element of holiday cheer to your living room or family room. Include gorgeous fresh greenery among the ornaments, candles and other holiday decor typically seen this time of year. Check out the beautiful collection of wreaths, plant designs and floral bouquets created by the floral artisans at Marco Island Florist for the holiday season. Read More about Seasonal Floral Bouquets »
Fall is a time for gorgeous, deep fall colors, but it can also be a chance to include rustic harvest textures in your home decor. Adding rich hues and intriguing textures can create a positive environment that will evoke the essence of fall. Take your decorating to a new level with crisp fragrances, fresh foliage and stylish accent pieces that bring balance and warmth into your space this season. The floral designers at Marco Island Florist have some amazing creations in our fall collection that combine bright fall colors with plenty of harvest texture for a stunning display for fall. Read More about The Rustic Textures Of Fall »
With all that goes on at Thanksgiving - especially if you're hosting it - it can be hard to stay centered and remember what the holiday is about. Amid the hustle and bustle of grocery shopping, planning, organizing and cooking, we can forget to take a minute to appreciate what's around us. Know what helps? Flowers.
The centerpiece you put at the heart of your Thanksgiving table is often the last thing you add to it before the food and the people. It represents the beauty and bounty of the season, offering you and your guests something lovely to focus on as you eat, chat and share your blessings. Given its significance, we at Marco Island Florist think your centerpiece is something you should choose with a lot of care and attention. Read More about The Centerpiece at the Heart of the Table »