Friday, January 30, 2009
When Heather, our head design artist created what became to be known as the "Turquoise Aqua" arrangement, we knew it was something special, but none of us could predict how popular this arrangement would become. Originally created for a Coldwell Banker event at the La Jolla Marriott, the buzz surrounding this gem prompted us to immediately put it on our website. This arrangement has become one of our best sellers and has been picked by several event coordinators to to be used, or at least a variation of, for their events.
The latest was for a Bank of America & US Trust event at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla on January 29th, 2009.
This product can be ordered at our website. We offer variations of this arrangement to fit within any budget and also offer discounts for larger orders. Click For Details - Turquoise Aqua
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
We're happy to announce the success of yet another winter event, this time the Awards Gala for the Japan Society of San Diego:
"The JSSDT will celebrate the new year (Shinnenkai) and honor exceptional leaders who have made outstanding contributions to the promotion of goodwill and the advancement of business, civic, educational, and cultural interchange and understanding between the people of Japan, San Diego, and Tijuana."
This event was held on January 21st 2009 at the McMillian Event Center at NTC Promenade. Our design artists created a winter zen piece to be centered on 26 banquet black linened banquet tables. These displays consisted of beautiful white Fuji Mums, Misty White Filler, Green Kermit Poms, Horsetail, & Beargrass.
Thursday, January 1, 2009
Every day we deliver beautiful fresh flowers to local San Diego and La Jolla hospitals like Scripps Memorial Hospital, Scripps Green, UCSD Medical Center - Thorton Hospital, and Sharp Memorial. These flowers will often cheer up a patient who may not be feeling too well at the time. But a recent study has shown that they may do more than just brighten the moment, this contact with nature may help speed recovery. Here's an excerpt from the article Flowers May Help After Surgery:
"Patients with plants in their rooms used significantly less pain medication
and had lower blood pressure and heart rates. Overall, they were more
satisfied with their entire stay. Ninety-three percent of those who had flowers said it was the best part of the room, and 91 percent of those without flowers said it was the television."
We can create a unique bouquet of fresh flowers that we will have delivered directly to your loved ones hospital room. Please take a look at our wide variety of selections in our Get Well Collection.