There are a dozen ways to honor our military this Veterans Day, whether you're heading to Cincinnati Public Library's annual celebration, joining one of the 5K runs or simply spending time with your beloved vet at home. We've been celebrating our country's finest in some form or another on November 11 since 1919, showering them with the attention and respect they deserve. Marches, parades and other festivities have historically been the way to do this, ever since President Calvin Coolidge called upon us to observe the holiday and offer our thanks. Adrian Durban Florist is doing its part to help you express your gratitude to someone who deserves it as well. Read More about Deliver Pride this Veterans Day »
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. At Adrian Durban Florist, we're loving the colors, textures and fragrances of October's most beautiful bouquets, and giving a little extra attention to the season's most prominent bloom. Mum designs for Fall are back and better than ever. Read More about Mum Designs for Fall »
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. Adrian Durban Florist offers a range of sweet blooms that hint at Halloween without overdoing it, leaving room for the rest of your decor to set a scarier scene. Read More about Halloween Floral Arrangements »
In 1916, caring people across the Midwest established a new holiday tradition - Sweetest Day. Originally aimed at brightening the day of down-and-out neighbors, people would give out sweets and candies to help bring a smile. These days, Sweetest Day continues as a regional tradition, although it has spread to other parts of the country - and we think, should be celebrated everywhere!
October 21 is Sweetest Day, and gives us all the opportunity to identify people in our own lives who may need a little encouragement. Adrian Durban Florist has plenty of ideas for sweet gifts and flowers we know will convey your love and friendship. Read More about Acts of Kindness of Sweetest Day »
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. All of the sights, sounds and smells of this season also inspire the floral designers at Adrian Durban Florist, who have been busily creating unique fall floral designs that will transform your home decor. Fall flowers are rich, vibrant, and welcoming, and are sure to infuse the spirit of the season into your space. Read More about Floral Designs with Creative Fall Flair »
Recent studies have shown that the average adult spends one-third of their waking hours in a workplace. With so much of our life invested at the office, the relationships with the people we work with become very important. And the person who generally sets the tone for any place of business is the boss in charge. If you have a great boss, it can make all the difference in the world.
National Boss's Day is October 16, and gives us the opportunity to thank those employers, supervisors and bosses who lead with professionalism and competency. At Adrian Durban Florist, we have the plants, floral designs and gifts that will show them your appreciation with beauty and style. Read More about Boss’s Day is October 16 »
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, we have the perfect solution - fresh fall florals and home decor.
Fall decor includes fiery hues of red, orange and yellow - of rich golds and burgundies, autumn textures and natural elements. Celebrating the season includes flowers in ceramic pumpkins, wicker baskets, and fall containers. What is your autumn style? Read More about Fall Florals and Harvest Flowers »
In a fast paced world, we sometimes lose some of our most time-honored traditions. But being neighborly is something we should never push to the side.
Traditionally, when new families moved into a neighborhood, the residents turned out to welcome them, introduce themselves, and make them feel at home. At Adrian Durban Florist, we are sure you will join us in saying that we love the custom - after all, moving into a new place can be stressful, and a few friendly faces are most welcome. Whether you bake a batch of cookies or send flowers to brighten their home - housewarming gifts are a thoughtful gesture that will go a long way to starting a beautiful friendship. Read More about Floral Arrangements to Welcome New Neighbors »
Homecoming weekend evokes different images for different people To returning alumni and former students, there are likely many memories of good times, and anticipation of seeing their old friends and favorite teachers again. To many, this exciting weekend showcases the annual football rivalry and of course, the famous tailgating party! To students still attending, voting for the Homecoming King and Queen is top of mind, as is the excitement of the big dance.
Adrian Durban Florist invites you to make a beautiful fashion statement over your homecoming weekend, with extraordinary custom corsages and boutonnieres. Our professional designers have the artistic eye and creative expertise to guarantee that your flowers are perfect for your dress and event. Because we create all of our wearable flowers on a custom basis, we have collected a few tips to ensure your homecoming flowers are everything you have envisioned. Read More about Custom Formal Flowers for the Perfect Dance »
Perfect love sometimes does not come until the first grandchild. ~Welsh Proverb
Grandparents Day is observed on the first Sunday after Labor Day, and is a time set aside to celebrate the very special relationship between grandchildren and their grandparents. This is the perfect opportunity to teach children about the wisdom and experience that older generations can offer to their families, and to society in general. Marian McQuade, who was instrumental in establishing the holiday, wasn't interested in it being a big commercial holiday. Instead, she wanted Grandparents Day to be a time to celebrate family, and her vision was to see families gathering, holding family reunions, and spending time together. Read More about Grandparents Day Celebrations »