There is so much we love about fall! The cool, fresh air, the rich, deep colors, Halloween decorations, and spiced apple cider… fall is a season of relaxation that is enjoyed after a hot humid summer and before a bitterly cold winter. It’s no wonder everyone loves this season. Here at Adrian Durban Florist, we love it for the amazing jewel-tone florals, interesting textures, and brilliant blooming fall flowers such as dahlias and mums. Get into the spirit of fall and by brushing up on fall flowers, fall decorating tips, fall gifts, and more by reading our diverse array of fall blogs below.
The one flower sure to enliven any fall landscape scene is the chrysanthemum. A late-blooming flower that can endure cooler climates, there are thousands of mum varieties to choose from to bring a little color into your home or garden.
The fall season brings with it thoughts of cozy fireplaces, wool blankets, leaves falling off the trees, and a crisp nip in the air. Cups of hot cocoa and fresh pumpkin flavors also abound during this season.
It won’t be long before college students are headed back to their respective apartments and dorms. Helping them get settled in can be a lot of fun, but sometimes it’s hard to know what they might need.
Fall is approaching and chances are, you will be serving at least one formal meal this season, if not entertaining regularly. The floral experts at Adrian Durban Florist have some great thoughts on how to design a fabulous fall table that you and your guests will love.
Decorating for fall can be an experience like none other when you include beautiful harvest tones and textures unique to this season. Adding touches of mustard yellow, rust orange, burgundy and forest green are definitely a great start to fall decor.
Decorating your office space with fresh flowers can be a great opportunity to introduce bold tones and colors to an otherwise neutral area. Offices and work spaces are often kept calm and neutral to promote productivity.
As fall approaches, we look for creative ways to bring friends and family together for an unforgettable dining experience. Incorporating unusual ingredients or food offerings is a great way to add a unique twist to your next brunch or dinner party.
No matter what time of year it is, there are always occasions to send flowers. Those occasions often guide the type of arrangement we select, along with the recipient’s personal preferences. But Fall’s florals make it easy to put together something really special.
Fall is a special season – it overflows the senses with colorful landscapes, cinnamon spice aromas and apple and pumpkin delicacies. In autumn, the air is cooler but the vibe is warmer – and our imaginations tend to wander to family meals and football games with friends.
The autumn season is a welcome change for many, with cooler air, brighter colors and fun fall festivals around every corner! If you are one who anticipates this season, you are probably looking for ways to bring the warm and cozy ambiance into your home.
At Adrian Durban Florist, serving Cincinnati and the surrounding areas, we can attest to the year-round power of flowers! Flowers are always in season and in style, so there’s no need to wait for a holiday or special occasion to decorate your home or office with a bouquet or to send someone a gift.
The season of Thanksgiving is upon us, and if you’re among the lucky ones who have been invited to celebrate at someone else’s home, you have plenty to be thankful for! It’s important to express your gratitude to your host for their hospitality, not to mention the hard work they’ve done to prepare a beautiful feast.
To celebrate Halloween, some wear costumes, some watch scary movies, and others go trick-or-treating. At Adrian Durban Florist in Cincinnati, we celebrate by designing festive floral arrangements and unique gifts specially for the Halloween season!
So you’re hosting Thanksgiving this year. Lucky you. We at Adrian Durban Florist envy your position and wish we could host a thousand Thanksgivings. No, we’re not kidding.
Spice up your Halloween decor this year with a scary-sweet floral arrangement, whether you’re sending a sentimental bouquet to your sweetie or decorating your own haunted house for the holiday.
Are you hosting Thanksgiving this year or have you been invited into someone else’s home? If it’s the latter, you’re not alone. Last year, nearly 50 million people traveled at least 50 miles from home to enjoy Thanksgiving.
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.
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! We even have a few tips that might help you too.
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.