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A full-service floral shop providing arrangements, plants and gifts, specializing in weddings and events. Local and national delivery.

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From the Blog

60 State St. A Room with a spectacular view!

22 Jul

by Janet Lee Harrold

What better atmosphere is there in the heart of Boston than 60 State St? To be able to look  through the panoramic windows and see both the harbor and the city it’s just breathtaking! We were honored to be a part of such a loving celebration as Elizabeth and Ryan tied the knot at the beautiful St. Cecelia’s Church recently. Enjoy the photos below courtesy of  the fabulous Person + Killian Photography.

Did you know that the painting in the center reredos is a reproduction of da Vinci’s The Last Supper, and the dome above is an array of 24K gold rosettes?










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Photography: Person + Killian

Second: Photographer Brendon Woods

Venue: Longwood Venues and Destination

Hair & Makeup: Charlotte Sallie Phinney  

Flowers: Cedar Grove Gardens

Cake: I dream of Jeanne Cakes 

Dress: Mikaella Bridal

Church: St. Cecelia’s 



Little acts of kindness right in your own backyard

14 Jul

by Janet Lee Harrold

This time of year your backyard is probably bursting with blooms that are unknowingly treasures that can be gathered together and made into a bouquet that can be gifted to someone who may be in  need of a smile or an unexpected gift of thanks. Perhaps you  may want to drop it off to a nursing home and ask the front desk  to pass it along to someone who doesn’t have any family members or hasn’t had any visitors lately. Your act of kindness is sure to make their day. If you are a bit nervous about  arranging the flowers-don’t be, I’m sure the lucky recipient won’t mind one bit, but just in case, here are a few simple tips. Take the time to add seasonal and whimsicle blooms to any waterproof container. Maybe you have a vintage vessel laying around the house, or a recycled glass vase. (I’ve even used an empty pickle or pepper jar)  Remember to embrace nature by using splashes of texture and color from your garden. Using blooms that  are fragrant are always a welcomed treat.




On a side note don’t forget to be kind to yourself, another pleasant surprise in the garden just may be the fresh basil that you planted to make Grandma Angelina’s  famous tomatoe sauce recipe, alternatively, think  about how  a fresh sprig of herbs can totally transform your next cocktail.  If the thought of a Blueberry Thai Basil Mojito appeals to you, then you will want to try the following recipe:

Blueberry Thai Basil (Serves 1)

  • 1 Tbsp. Fresh Thai Basil Leaves
  • 1 Tbsp. Agave
  • 2 oz. Light Rum
  • ¼ C. Fresh Blueberries
  • 2 tsp. Lime Juice
  • 6 oz. Sparkling Water
  • Ice
  • Optional: Extra Basil for Garnish
    1. Place the basil leaves, agave, rum and blueberries into a highball glass and muddle until there are no whole blueberries left.
    2. Add the lime juice and sparkling water into the glass, stir then add the ice. Serve.