We often think about how an occasion makes flowers matter (or calls for them), but what about when the reverse happens? When flowers turn something into an event? Giving it more depth and meaning than it may otherwise have had? We here at Central Square Florist have so many stories of people giving flowers for very specific occasions and reasons, personal events and moments that don’t fall into a category.
Were you aware that February is also Creative Romance Month? Yes, that’s right. It’s officially designated as a month dedicated not only to romance, but to being creative about it.
We here at Central Square Florist know this may come as a shock. Not only do you have Valentine’s Day to buy flowers for, but come to find out you should probably try to be creative about it. We can help.
We know one thing here at Central Square Florist, design matters. We look to our talented floral designers to build meaningful arrangements that make use of the most beautiful, high-quality flowers available, and to do it with style. We love a custom order and consider the creative challenge each presents a great opportunity for our designers to be inventive. Our Designer’s Choice gallery showcases the top pieces we make, according to the people who should know.
If you’re reading this, you’re ahead of the Valentine’s Day curve. And that’s a good thing, since we all know that the most sought-after February 14th flower is the red rose, a flower that communicates love, passion and overall romance like none other. Here at Central Square Florist, we’ve got plenty of this gorgeous crimson bloom with its seemingly infinite swirls of petals. Planning ahead for the big day is key, especially when it comes to flower delivery.
If you don’t know about Pantone’s Color Of The Year, allow us here at Central Square Florist to clue you in. The color company picks a hue every year since 2000, after convening with a group of international experts at various locations around the world. Everyone weighs in during this color-choosing conference, and from there, a color is selected. It’s meant to embody the spirit of the times, the cultural zeitgeist, the tone of the past year. And it also attempts to predict what we’ll be feeling or thinking in the future. This year’s choice is Ultra Violet, a brilliant purple.