Fall is a fabulous season for so many reasons – it’s the beginning of sweater weather, the air is crisp and cool, there are pumpkins everywhere, and the rich, vibrant colors of fall is nature’s way of giving us her best show yet before the leaves disappear for a while. More than anything, fall lets us breathe a sigh of relief because we made it through the summer, made it through most of the year, and fall gives us a chance to regroup and restore ourselves so we can make it through winter as well. Here at Phoenix Flower Shops, we love fall for all these reasons and for the amazing florals fall produces, such as stunning dahlias, colorful mums, pansies, celosia, goldenrod, and more. For all other fall lovers out there, we’ve collected our fall-related posts for you here so you can learn more about fall flowers, fall crafting tips, fall design tips, and more. Enjoy!
Fall is a wonderful time to experience the changing colors of the leaves on the trees, cooler temperatures outside, and tasty warm drinks like hot cocoa and pumpkin lattes.
We often associate certain flowers with certain times of the year. Red roses, for example, are an iconic symbol of Valentine’s Day, and spring never really arrives until the tulips start popping up.
Flowers are in style and in season all year long. At Phoenix Flower Shops, serving Phoenix and the surrounding areas, our florists truly believe in the year-round power of flowers!
It’s November, which means it’s time to enjoy your family and friends and practice being grateful for everything good in life. If you’ve been invited to celebrate Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving at someone else’s home, don’t forget to properly thank your host with a gift.
The best way to celebrate and spread the spirit of the season is by decorating the front of your home for fall. Celebrating the beauty of autumn will make your home look cheerful and welcoming for the season.
October’s here and Halloween will arrive before we know it! Some people are busy preparing for Halloween by stocking up on sweet treats, picking out costumes, and decorating their homes for trick-or-treaters.
Every season brings with it a new “hot” color pallet that dictates everything from high fashion to floral designs. Certain decades are even defined by the colors that were popular during that particular era.
Thanksgiving is almost here, but it’s not too late for some last-minute DIY decorating tips and craft ideas. If you’re in charge of cooking this year’s dinner but haven’t started planning yet…never fear!
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s almost that time of the year once again to reflect on the things for which we are thankful as we share the beginning of the holiday season with family, friends, and loved ones.
It all started with a simple beverage. Starbucks opened the floodgates in 2003 when they introduced their infamous pumpkin spice latte, now autumn will never be the same again.