Picking flowers, especially for nuptials, can be a little overwhelming. The options are beautifully numerous, you're almost tempted to have them all. It could get a little overwhelming when searching. However, you don't have to be a botanist to know the right flower to pick for your wedding bouquet.
"I met her when I was 10 days old, and him in kindergarten."
You won't even recognize it.
There's not enough room in Teddy's Florist for the plants and the people, so George Stelios starts moving the flowers to the street.
Instead, look for USDA Certified Organic bouquets, which are grown without pesticides and don't include florists foam. These
I'd like to tell you that I saw it shining in the light of the moon. That would be more romantic. But it was in the glare of the pre-dawn streetlight that it caught my eye. I was walking my dog on Crescent Street at 5:30 a.m. on trash day, and it was out at the curb with the cans.
A dozen African masks. A baby grand. And a bouquet. If we are the sum of our possessions, these tell us most of what we need to know about Milton "Mickey" Wilner.
With Mother's Day around the corner, it also seemed like a good time to discuss some of the great florists in our city. Whether your needs are for a simple bouquet or outfitting a full event, take a look.
A general understanding of the art of drinking, serving, and tasting will add greatly to your enjoyment of this alcoholic beverage. Like most things, the more you learn about wine, the more fascinating the subject becomes.
Back in the 15th Century, most people got married in the month of June because they took their yearly baths in May and didn't smell too bad a mere month later.