Fall has arrived and that means plenty of opportunities to celebrate this gorgeous season. The design experts at City Line Florist are ready with tips to help you create tablescapes perfect for autumn that you and your guests will enjoy all season.
Contrast formal dinnerware with a rustic centerpiece to create a peaceful balance at your table. Gorgeous white china, classic flatware and thin stemware pair beautifully with bright pumpkins, acorns and pine cones in natural colors.
Use winding tree branches, curly willow or hypericum berries instead of a table runner down the center of your table. Add a few metallic accents like shiny silver stemware or candlesticks for balance.
Instead of a formal dinner, serve food from a buffet table. Add fall leaves, bark-lined cake stands and scattered fall flowers for a natural fall look. Read More about Decorate Your Table For The Season »
As you begin to decorate for fall this season, let the floral artisans at City Line Florist help you bring out your sense of style and creativity with these artful tips to show off the essence of autumn:
Use natural fall textures like branches, pinecones, and acorns to evoke the fresh ambiance of a walk through a fall woods.
Make fall colors pop against a monochromatic foundation. Use a creamy off-white table cloth for your formal dining table to make the brilliant, rich hues in your floral autumn centerpiece shine.
Dress up steps, staircases, mantles and shelves with mini pumpkins or apples carved into candle votives.
Take a look at our awesome fall collection that will add beautiful colors and textures to your decorating scheme. Read More about The Floral Textures Of Autumn »
While your office may not be the place to hang spider webs and skeletons this Halloween, you can still dress up your desk with more sophisticated decor that still exudes the spirit of the season. Fall flowers that embody the colors and textures of fall are a great way to show off your holiday spirit without going overboard, especially in a place of business. City Line Florist has some amazing designs that will help you keep it classy and show off your seasonal best at the same time. Read More about The Most Bootiful Bouquet For Halloween »
On October 20, we celebrate National Bosses Day, a date you definitely want to circle on your work calendar. This is a time to sow some goodwill with your fearless leader, mentor, guide, teacher . . . However you think of that person who holds a position of responsibility at your workplace and manages the efforts of your team. City Line Florist has a bright idea as to what to offer that person who holds such a pivotal role in your life. Read More about A Fresh Gift For Your Mentor This Bosses Day »
Posted by City Line Florist on October 7, 2018
September 15 to October 15 is officially designated as National Hispanic Heritage Month here in the U.S., a time reserved to celebrate the contributions of the Latin American world. We honor Hispanic Americans, their families and their cultures by enjoying and rediscovering the gifts that Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and the Americas have brought us. From art to food to literature to ideas, the U.S. is enriched and enlivened by the contributions Hispanic Americans have made. City Line Florist celebrates this month by highlighting one contribution in particular, the dahlia. Read More about Hispanic Heritage Through Flowers »
If you're looking for a fun new entertaining idea for fall, look no further, City Line Florist 's got you. While it's one thing to spice up your tablescape with a new, harvest-hued piece, we can go one better: serve up some edible flowers alongside those vased blooms! Both food and drink recipes that make use of consumable flowers are trending right now, popping up on menus and in magazines, much to the delight of foodies and flower-lovers alike. Read More about How To Entertain With Roses This Fall (In Your Cocktails, Too!) »
As fall approaches, we can finally inject a little drama into our decor. One of the best ways to do that is to turn to the jewel-tone palette, a seasonal favorite. We here at City Line Florist love the dimension, depth and mystery of gemstone colors, whether it's ruby red, crimson, violet, blue or emerald green. Luckily, a whole range of flowers is available in these hues, which will not only enliven your space but give it a sense of gravitas, too. If you aren't ready to invest in full-on fabric and linen decor in these colors, flowers can be a great way to get the same effect without breaking the bank. Read More about Dress Up Your Space With Jewel-Toned Florals »
City Line Florist is in full support of self-care awareness, and so is September. As the officially designated month for such things, September serves to remind us to slow down and to take a little time for ourselves. With the holidays right around the corner, whatever we can do to preserve and enhance our well-being is good. One of the best ways to do that is to welcome a plant into our space. Read More about Self Care Awareness Month Calls for Plants »
Posted by City Line Florist on September 10, 2018
Have you ever received a gift or flowers from a secret admirer? The swell of emotions that someone out there is thinking of you can only be overshadowed by the mystery of who might have sent it. If you’ve ever been the sender, you have probably even felt the flutter of nerves, wondering if your secret crush has any idea their gift is from you. The floral designers at City Line Florist have created some amazingly beautiful and mysterious pieces to send from a secret admirer. Just be sure to reveal yourself before too long! Read More about Flowers That Reveal As Much As They Conceal »
Posted by City Line Florist on August 31, 2018
City Line Florist loves a good sense of tradition, and why wouldn't we? Our business is flowers, a field (no pun intended) crowded with customs and rituals. With Grandparents Day on the horizon (September 9), we're thinking about those traditions we've inherited from the most cherished elders in our lives, and especially the ones that relate to flowers. Read More about Flowers That Convey Love And Tradition »