Summer in Cambridge and Boston is a special time. We have warm days, but it is still not uncomfortable. There is a host of outdoor activities, whether you want to try sailing, exploring the Freedom Trail, or taking a bicycle tour. And extended daylight hours means that we have more time to get together with family and friends – in fact, sharing a meal in the summer is practically a tradition! Whether you prefer a barbecue at the beach pavilion or a dinner party in your backyard, Central Square Florist would like to remind you to bring along flowers! We know that gorgeous summer bouquets and centerpieces turn a normal event into a special occasion – and they also make lovely hostess gifts.
This summer, don’t have a gathering without the beauty that flowers bring to your table – shop our Summer Collection now!
Summer tables never had it so good! Happiest of Days, shown above, is a vividly beautiful arrangement which is a fitting centerpiece for any of your backyard parties. Neon pink gerbera daisies, deep purple hydrangea, green hydrangea, orange roses and yellow lilies combine to form a kaleidoscope of color that is sure to impress.
Here’s an idea: Place the above centerpiece in the middle of your dinner table, then scatter mason jars with single blooms around the rest of the party – one with a pink gerbera, one with green hydrangea. This will provide gorgeous pops of color while creating a cohesive aesthetic.
For a more rustic country look, we love our Splendid Sunshine bouquet, shown above. Evoking a fresh-from-the-meadow feel, these daisies, sunflowers, lilies, and roses are nestled in plenty of lush greenery – your guests will think you picked them this morning!
Elegant Dinner Party? Check out our luxury centerpiece bouquets for summer tables, such as our lavish Peony Garden, or exotic orchid selection, including True Blue Orchids, shown above.
Summer is a special time filled with special moments. Make them even more memorable, with seasonal centerpieces, floral bouquets, and arrangements from Central Square Florist.