Wednesday, Dec. 30, at Chattanooga National Cemetery.
Visitation is from 4-8 p.m. on Tuesday and 1-2 p.m. on Wednesday, at Lane Funeral Home, 601 Ashland Terrace, 423-877-3524.
However, think beyond the traditional colors for an unusual twist, said Ramsey Jay Prince, wedding and event stylist at Ashland Addison Florist in Chicago. ?œYou don?™t have to settle for the same old red or white poinsettia in green foil,” he said. ?œYou can pick ones that really go with your home décor. You can find ones with polka dots on them so they look like speckles or ones with peachy cream or green.”
Stephanie Elhayani, owner and creative designer of SEED Floral Couture in West Hollywood, California, said, adding neutral-colored poinsettias can get you more mileage during the holidays.
?œBy going with non-red poinsettias, you can tie them into your Thanksgiving décor without feeling too Christmas-like and still keep them around for Christmas,” she said.
Get Artsy with Amaryllis
While placing amaryllis in a holiday container can make an impact, Prince said consider placing them alone or grouped together around your house. ?œBecause they have a big tall stalk with a big flower at the top, they?™re kind of a showy presentation all on their own,” he said.
Elhayani adds that they?™re the perfect holiday greenery since they
come in peaches and reds. ?œThey can easily be tied into your holiday décor no matter what else you have going on,” she said.
Rethink Your Wreath
If having a wreath is a must, Prince says ditch the circular ones and consider ones shaped like a triangle, square or even teardrop. ?œDepending on how creative you?™re willing to go, (florists) can create wreaths in lots of different shapes,” he said.
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Some of those partnerships included:
Kennicott Brothers worked with local retail customers Ashland Addison Florist Company, City Scents Floral & Home, and Bunches (A Flower Shop) to surprise random people in Chicagoland. The wholesaler's vendor partners The Queens Flowers in Miami and The Sun Valley Group in Arcata, Californi... http://www.perishablenews.com/index.php?article%3D0048081